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What is MSM
Why we think MSM Max is the best brand available
Regular MSM works to detoxify the body. The food that we eat, the water that we drink, and air that we breathe is filled with elements that weaken our immune system and cause a wide variety of ailments. When these elements are removed from our body, we can halt the spiral of degeneration and replace it with a vortex of regeneration. MSM Max pushes your body to a further cleansing by using the original formula of MSM, which can only be found in the raw crystal form. Raw MSM crystals contain two things that the MSM powder has lost over the years.
(1) Raw MSM crystals have a 40% higher oxygenation reaction to the bloodstream. Higher Oxygen content promotes clearer mental thinking.
(2) Raw MSM crystals have 80% more surface moisture, which we call MSM Oil. MSM Oil provides fast immune system building and response.
When MSM was first created at the Oregon Health University (1980), all testing results were produced from the only samples of MSM that had been produced (MSM crystals). Only positive results were observed when taking Pure MSM in the research studies, such as a greatly improved immune system, increased hair / fingernail growth, and skin tone improvements. In this research MSM crystals did not deprive the body of any minerals that the human body needs each day. Even today you will find the original results regularly quoted when someone is trying to sell you MSM, but these results were actually obtained using the Raw crystals. When MSM was produced for human consumption, turning these crystals into a powder, and even mixing them with flow agents such as magnesium stearate or sylox commercialised it. The MSM has been crushed and blown through air chambers, so that MSM can be purchased in an easily usable powder form. This crushing and drying process has drastically reduced the higher oxygen content (that was contained by the Pure MSM crystals), and all but removed the MSM oil from the MSM powder that can be purchased today.
Two years of research has put us back to the originally tested form of MSM (crystals), which not only gives the same health benefits that the regular MSM has given you over the years but with the added bonus of clearer thinking and faster immune system regeneration. MSM Max is made of only the biggest, ugliest crystals to ensure that these results are maximized in this tablet. Freeze dry pressed into a tablet form, this process helps MSM Max retain 100% of the original MSM oil and beneficial properties that the original testing showed to work with the human body. It would be difficult to take MSM crystals orally in the raw form because of their large size and the sharp surface of raw MSM crystals. MSM Max tablets are the only way to easily take and receive the maximum benefits that were documented in the original testing. Likewise they cannot be produced in a capsule form, without again crushing/drying the MSM first. Which would of course put MSM back to square one.
Cheaper MSM products DO work but MSM max is more powerful.
MSM and DETOXIFICATION
One in five may experience negative detoxification symptoms in the first 1-10 days during which toxins are flushed from the system. Symptoms may include diarrhoea, skin rash and/or possible headache along with several days of fatigue. In general the more intense the symptoms, the more toxins there are in the body, and the more MSM is needed for detoxification. To reduce toxic symptoms (if you suspect candida or metals) start with a lower amount of 1000 mg, two times a day and build up to 6,000 mg. twice a day.
Otherwise for a maximum benefit, it's recommended to use an initial "load" amount of 3,000 mg twice a day (Note: this amount can be safely continued indefinitely for maximum results). After initial use, physical energy levels should increase.
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