MSM is a naturally occurring source of organic sulphur found in most raw, unprocessed foods, including fresh fruits, vegetables, eggs, milk, and meat. The richest source of MSM is breast milk. Unfortunately, the MSM content in foods is easily destroyed during cooking, processing and storing
- Strengthens connective tissues.
- Supports healthy joints.
- Maintains the structure of proteins.
Adults: Take 5 gms (one metric teaspoon), dissolved in juice or water, with three meals a day.
Per 5 gm (1 Metric teaspoon) Methylsulfonylmethane 5 gm
Keep out of reach of children