MSM, FOR THE WELL-BEING OF THE JOINTS
MSM is a food supplement that helps mobility supporting the cartilages it's theirs metabolism . In addition to the joints, it also acts on integrity and on health of skin, hair and nails. The Methylsulfonylmethane ( MSM ) is the natural form of organic sulfur .
Sulfur is the fourth mineral by presence in the body, of fundamental importance for cellular functions. Our body is not able to synthesize it autonomously it must, therefore, take it through food.
Methylsulfonylmethane is useful for facilitating and supporting the expulsion of toxins, this explains its ability to counteract chronic pain , often due to the accumulation of toxic substances in the joints and muscles.
Packaging: 200 tablets of 650 mg
Product notified to the ministry of health n ° 53207
Take 2 to 6 tablets a day, with meals. Use at least one pack until symptoms stop.
Maintenance 4-6 tablets per week.
Packaging: For use of about 3 months.
| Contribution of
|| In 2 tablets of
|| 900 mg
Metisulfonylmethane ( MSM ), bulking agents: cellulose, dicalcium phosphate; anti-caking agents: magnesium salts of fatty acids, silicon dioxide (nano)
PROPERTY OF THE MSM
MSM is a natural analgesic , since it promotes the expulsion of toxins that accumulate in the tissues causing pain;
- It owns a vasodilator effect which helps blood circulation.
- Indispensable in the synthesis of connective tissues, excellent for fragility of hair , of nails and of cute .
MSM IS PRECIOUS IN CASE OF
• Chronic pain;
• Muscle cramps;
Do not take MSM while on anticoagulant drug therapy. In case of pregnancy, lactation, particular pathologies or taking drugs consult your doctor before use.
Do not exceed the recommended dose. Keep out of reach of children. Do not administer under 3 years of age. Supplements are not intended as a substitute for a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Heschler, R: J :, Dietary and pharmaceutical uses of Metylsulphonylmetane and Composition Conprising It, United States Patent 4,512,421: 1985.
R. De Magistris -B. Shawm-R. Vitiello, From function to injury , E.DI.SU Caserta, 1998.