Amazing Formulas MSM Powder 2.2 Lbs 769 Servings



Amazing Formulas MSM Powder

Methylsulfonylmethane or MSM is a sulfur compound that has been widely studied and shown to be a rich source of natural organic sulfur that the body can easily utilize for a variety of tasks. Sulfur is a building block for muscles, bones, joints, cartilage, collagen and keratin. It is also needed to manufacture glutathione, an important antioxidant.

Amazing Formulas offers MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) in its purest form. Every jar contains approximately 2.2 Lbs. of MSM powder providing approximately 769 servings of 1,300 mgs each. It is unflavored and can we easily mixed into shakes, baked good and healthy recipes.


Sulfur supplied by MSM is needed to produce many beneficial compounds in the body. Increasing levels of sulfur in the body with MSM may provide support for muscle development and the repair of bones.* By assisting with the production of cartilage, the sulfur in MSM helps to maintain the protective cushioning around the joints.* As a result, MSM is often recommended to individuals suffering from joint pain and stiffness.*


Skin, hair and nails are largely made up of two proteins: collagen and keratin. Sulfur is a key building block for both proteins. Taking an MSM supplement can supply your body with more sulfur for manufacturing keratin and collagen. As a result, the supplements may be used to promote healthy hair growth, stronger nails and firmer skin.*


The human body requires sulfur to produce glutathione, a key antioxidant. Glutathione defends the body from oxidative damage due to reactive substances in pollutants and UV called free radicals, which drive the aging process. Increasing sulfur levels with an MSM supplement supports glutathione production to bolster the body's natural defenses against the forces that age it prematurely.*

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