Methyl sulfonyl methane or commonly known by the abbreviation MSM is an organosulfur compound found in nature and found in some foods, but in small amounts. In fruits and vegetables, cow's milk and meats, in seaweed and seafood but also in coffee and chocolate as well as tea.
MSM is a white crystalline powder which has no odor, but has a slightly bitter taste and contains almost 34% sulfur.
Methyl sulfonyl methane culture
It is obtained by the oxidation of an element, pine lignin (to name only the one as an example) which itself is extracted from wood pulp. It is also presented under the formula: (CH 3) 2 SO 2. MSM is very famous across the Atlantic (North America, the United States) and it is generally packaged in capsules, it can also sometimes be associated with glucosamine or chondroitin.
Methyl sulfonyl methane its composition
It mainly contains water-soluble organic sulfur.
MSM and its medicinal virtues
Various studies and clinical trials focused on MSM have proven to be highly effective in relieving pain in osteoarthritis, arthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis. It has also been proven that MSM considerably reduces joint stiffness caused by this kind of disease and brings a clear improvement in range of motion, by its ability to stabilize and preserve cartilage tissue and tendons. It has also been shown to have a calming action in inflammatory muscle and bone disorders.
MSM contributes to the preservation of the immune defenses, it creates a protective screen around the mucous membranes, which considerably decreases allergens in allergies and external viruses, hay fever and rhinitis, and asthma.
Methyl sulfonyl methane other uses
It is used industrially as a solvent carried out at very high temperature to convey organic or inorganic elements.
He helps and heals
Immune defenses, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, joint stiffness, cartilage, tendons, inflammatory muscle and bone disorders, allergies, asthma, hay fever, rhinitis.