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Paractin MSM
Paractin MSM
Paractin MSM

Paractin MSM

Paractin® MSM provides all the health benefits of regular MSM plus much stronger antioxidant properties. Paractin® MSM provides all the natural building blocks for healthy joints.*

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UntitledMSM (methylsulfonyl-methane) is often called organic sulfur. It is the fourth most abundance element in the body and is a vital component of cartilage and the other soft tissues of the body.

Besides providing the body with essential sulfur, MSM has antioxidant properties.* It is all three of these bio-characteristics that make MSM so effective in creating healthy joints and reducing pain associated with strenuous exercise.*

MSM is 34% sulfur. Sulfur helps maintain the structure of connective tissue by forming cross-linkages through disulfide bonds, i.e., sulfur strengthens the tissues that make up the joint. The fundamental building blocks of joint cartilage are glycosaminoglycans (GAGS). It is the disulfide bonds that link together the GAG molecular chains. The disulfide bonds reduce conformational flexibility of GAG chains, making cartilage firm and resilient. Cartilage integrity is thus a sulfur-dependent state.*



About Paractin® MSM

Has stronger antioxidant properties than pure MSM. Paractin synergistically works with MSM to provide benefit with 1 or 2 capsules, 3 times per day. Paractin® is a specially made extract of Andrographis paniculata, an herb known for its immune system stimulating properties.* In clinical trials Paractin increased mobility of the joints. Paractin® is also effective in reducing C-reactive protein .*

In addition to improved joint health, MSM is also beneficial for your respiratory health.*

MSM also regulates homocysteine levels in the body, an amino acid produced in the body from the catabolism of methionine.* 

Paractin MSM will provide many health benefits
that go beyond pain-free mobility associated with strenuous exercise .*



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