Solgar MSM Powder 226g
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Solgar MSM Powder 226 g contains MSM (methylsulfonylmethane), an organic sulphur compound and one of the most common substances found in the body and is a building block for bones and joints.
Methylsulfonylmethane provides sulphur which is needed for many different essential functions within the body. It plays an important part in producing glucosamine, which is important for healthy bones and joints. Glucosamine is naturally present in bones and cartilage and is considered a building block for joints and cartilage. MSM can be found in several foods such as green vegetables, but is destroyed by even modest processing.
Solgar MSM Powder 226 g comes in an easy to take powder form and with only half a teaspoon a day you will make sure that you receive this essential organic sulphur for your daily wellbeing.
All Solgar products meet our industry recognized “Gold Standard” for excellence. Made using naturally sourced ingredients and innovating since 1947, Solgar is your perfect supplement to good health – 98% of Solgar consumers recommend the brand*
|Ingredients||MSM (methylsulfonylmethane), Anti-caking Agent: silicon dioxide.|
|Disclaimer||Please note: The products offered are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Results are not guaranteed and may vary from individual to individual.|
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