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The formation of MSM begins when marine algae release sulfur compounds that are transformed in ocean water into a substance known as dimethyl sulfide (DMS). DMS rises into the atmosphere where it is transformed into DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide) and MSM. These compounds are returned by rainwater to the earth, where they are absorbed by plants.
MSM contributes to healthy joints because, as a form of sulfur, it adds to the benefits of glucosamine. It may aid glucosamine in its role in maintaining healthy cartilage as well as in helping to maintain joint flexibility and mobility. Many glucosamine users experience increased benefits when adding MSM to their supplement regimen.
Boswellic acids improve blood supply to the joints and maintain the integrity of blood vessels. At least one study has indicated that they may open up collateral blood circulation to provide adequate blood supply to the joints.
Boswellic acids have been known to reduce joint swelling, maintain blood supply to inflamed joints, maintain mobility, and reduce pain due to stiffness in the joints. They also have no side effects.
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Q: What is the source of glucosamine in Frame Essentials?
Q: May I take Frame Essentials with other AIM products?
Q: May I take Frame Essentials with other medications?
Q: Is glucosamine actually absorbed?
Q: How does glucosamine compare to products such as Tylenol® and ibuprofen
Q: Does Frame Essentials have any side effects?
Mindell, Earl. The MSM Miracle. New Canaan, CT: Keats Publishing, Inc., 1997.
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