Learn about MSM and what it can do for you

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Learn about MSM and what it can do for you

MSM is the abbreviation for Methyl-Sulfonyl-Methane. It is an organic sulfur compound, the most abundant in the human body and all vertebrates. Although it is found naturally in meat, some dairy products and vegetables, it is also used as a nutritional supplement due to its important properties.

Humans live longer than previous generations, but this means that organic degeneration related to advanced age leads to the appearance of important problems that affect the quality of life. Organic sulfur is one of the nutrients most needed by the body, very beneficial for bone health and to avoid or significantly reduce the problems of arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. In relation to the ailments mentioned, the MSM:

  • Increases the flexibility of the joints
  • Reduces pain and inflammation from joint degeneration
  • Reduces stiffness
  • Improves cellular vitality
  • Improves circulation

On the other hand, the sulfur provided by MSM increases the production of collagen and keratin, which are vital for the skin, as well as healthy hair and nails, improving the thickness of the latter two. There is evidence that it is effective for problems such as:

  • Eczema
  • Psoriasis
  • Rosacea
  • Acne
  • Dermatitis
  • Dandruff

Finally, it can be essential to reduce or solve allergies, asthma, hormonal imbalances, carpal tunnel syndrome and stress (due to its relaxing action).

In a natural form, MSM is found, to a greater or lesser extent, in the foods mentioned at the beginning. In concentrated form, MSM can be purchased at any herbalist.

To know if MSM is useful for a person, at a vibratory level, you can measure the general vitality of a person with your radionic device and then place a sample of this preparation on the TREND plate. Redo the measurement and see if it increases or holds. If it increases, you can think of using MSM as especially recommended in that particular case.

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