- Offers nutritional support for the immune system†
- Helps promote a healthy digestive and respiratory system†
- Makes skin appear softer and feel smoother†
- Provides nutritional support for healthy skin, hair, and nails†
- Helps the body’s natural joint and cartilage repair processes†
Features & Benefits
Hailed as a great advance in nutritional science, the substance methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) is one of the most versatile and beneficial of all nutrients. It's also one of the most often overlooked. In spite of the fact that sulfur is the fourth most abundant mineral in our bodies. Sulfur supplementation has never received the attention it merits.
Sulfur is a basic component of the proteins that form our organs and muscles. Beyond that, sulfur is crucial to many of the vitamins, enzymes, hormones, and antibodies that keep us alive and healthy. Everything from our muscles and organs to our skin and bones relies on organic sulfur in some way.
Scientific research demonstrates MSM's potential to:
- Offer nutritional support for the immune system†
- Help promote a healthy digestive system†
- Make skin appear softer and feel smoother†
- Provide nutritional support for healthy skin, hair, and nails†
- Assist in supporting healthy connective tissues underlying the skin†
MSM Ultra caplets provide a simple and convenient way to supplement your diet with Pharmaceutical-Grade MSM.
- Benefit from a full 1,000 mg of patented stabilized MSM in each caplet, combined with 100 mg of Citri-C Complex™ for the most effective results
- Easy to swallow, MSM Ultra caplets are potency-protected with FreeLife's exclusive Vita-Coat™ antioxidant caplet coating system
- Get 100% of the RDA for vitamin C in every caplet
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†These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.