Reader says, I’ve been researching different MSM products that are being sold online. Several websites advertise that their product is 99.9% pure MSM, although I noticed that theirs is actually OptiMSM marketed under their brand name. Is OptiMSM a good
Reader says, As I was conducting my own research on the efficacy of dietary supplements, I came across an article that included a health claim attributed to a Dr. Jonathan Wright who contends that taking MSM on a long-term basis
Reader asks, Is it safe to take organic sulfur powder along with vitamin C (ascorbic acid) in the same cup of water and drink it?
Reader asks, Do you sell the same sulfur that Patrick McGean recommends? Also, is your product free of excipients like silicon dioxide? I want to make sure I get sulfur that has not been contaminated by other additives. Also, where
While they share a common pedigree as a byproduct of the paper manufacturing process, organic sulfur is a white crystalline solid, while dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) is a liquid under normal room temperature.
Reader asks, “I’ve been taking MSM supplements and they don’t seem to help very much. Is there a difference among brands?”