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Methyl-sulfonyl-methane (MSM) is a naturally occurring sulfur compound found in our bodies as well as in many common beverages and foods, including milk, coffee, tea and green vegetables. In its purified chemical form, it is an odorless, essentially tasteless, white, water-soluble crystalline solid. It is one of the safest substances in biology, similar in toxicity to water.
MSM and its related compounds are the source of 85 percent of the sulfur found in all living organisms. Many researchers believe that sulfur, the eighth most abundant element in the body, is a sorely neglected mineral nutrient and plays an indispensable role in human nutrition.
For centuries, mankind has soaked in sulfur-rich mineral hot springs to help heal a variety of ailments. While sulfur's natural anti-inflammatory properties have shown benefits for a range of health problems, including arthritis, muscle and joint pain, much is still unknown about precisely how sulfur works in the body.
Linginusul MSM is specifically developed as an ultrapure food grade for human consumption as a nutritional supplement. It is sold as a raw material to various national manufacturers and formulators who market it in finished product form as capsules, tablets, powders and topical preparations. Linginusul
Linginusul MSM is a non-animal-based nutritional supplement and is an all-natural source of MSM. In addition, it has been certified Kosher-Parve by the Kosher Overseers Associates of America.
Naturally-occurring sulfur is not similar to inorganic sulfides, sulfites and sulfates to which many people are allergic.
Some of Linginusul MSM's essential functions in the body include maintaining the structure of the proteins in the body, helping the formation of keratin which is essential for hair and nail growth, aiding in the production of immunoglobulin which maintains the immune system, and catalyzing the chemical reactions which change food into energy.
These functions often result in the following occurrences:
- Inhibition of pain impulses along nerve fibers (analgesia)
- Lessening of inflammation
- Increase in blood supply
- Reduction of muscle spasm
- Softening of scar tissue