MSM 400 gm Powder - Healthy Habits Living

MSM 400 gm Powder

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Designs For Health MSM 400 gm Powder

MSM capsules and powder contain the sulfur-supplying compound methylsulfonylmethane (MSM). MSM modulates histamine release and inflammation and has the ability to support collagen produc­tion, which is the primary constituent of cartilage, skin and connec­tive tissue.

Made with non-GMO ingredients.


Each serving contains:

Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM)  -  5000 mg

Suggested Use

MSM should be taken daily. It is best to begin taking 1,500 mg of MSM for the first week to prevent the body from detoxifying too quickly. After the first week, the dose can be increased to 3-10 grams per day (3,000 to 10,000 mg). This dose can be taken as long as needed. When taking larger doses, the powdered form of MSM is more convenient and economical.

More Info.

What is MSM?
MSM is an organic sulfur-containing nutrient, a naturally-occurring compound in the environment and in the human body. Sulfur is necessary for the structure of every cell in the body. Hormones, enzymes, antibodies, and antioxidants all depend on it. And because the body utilizes and expends it on a daily basis, sulfur must be continually replenished for optimal nutrition and health. 

Birth of a Supplement 
Methylsulfonylmethane, or MSM, has been present in the oceans, soil, and atmosphere of Earth for eons. It has been collected by plants and eaten by animals for nearly as long. It is part of nature's great sulfur cycle, upon which all life depends. Although the technology to produce MSM has been known for many years, the nutritional benefits were unknown until discovered by chemical researcher Robert J. Herschler in the early 1980s.

Where Does MSM Come From?
MSM originates in the oceans where microscopic plankton release sulfur compounds into seawater, which is quickly converted to DMS, a volatile sulfur compound that escapes into the atmosphere. In this suspended, gaseous state, the DMS reacts with ozone and ultraviolet sunlight to create DMSO and DMSO2, known as MSM. MSM then falls to the earth with the rain, where it is collected and concentrated in plants. Although MSM is abundant in nature, even the richest natural sources only provide MSM in the level of several parts per million. Commercial extraction of MSM from trees is not possible. MSM is produced by oxidizing DMSO. This process parallels the natural oxidation of DMSO to MSM that occurs in the marine atmosphere and produces MSM that is chemically identical to that found in nature.