It’s a joint effort

1458310433_1That is … your body and Organic Sulfur working together!

Sulfur. It’s the fourth most abundant mineral found in the body, and something we need in larger amounts — yet the human body can’t make it. Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) is a naturally occurring, 99.9% pure dietary form of sulfur.

Organic Sulfur is functionally important to more than 150 compounds in the body. This includes the making of collagen, the main supportive protein of tendons, cartilage, connective tissue, and bone. Collagen is also important for healthy skin, hair, and nails.

  • Non–GMO
  • 99.9% MSM crystals
  • Dairy–free
  • Vegan
  • Maintains healthy joints*
  • Improves flexibility and mobility*

Simple, easy, and delicious ways to enjoy Organic Sulfur crystals

  • Add to your morning smoothie.
  • Dissolve in coffee or hot tea.
  • Stir into superfruit or grapefruit juice.
  • Puree with sweet potato, cinnamon, honey, and coconut milk.
  • Blend with water, lemons, blueberries, and sugar.
  • Dissolve in a bowl of chicken soup or a cup of hot tea.

Set MSM in motion!

  • Take three capsules or mix one level teaspoon into warm water or drink of your choice to dissolve crystals and consume.
  • Take twice daily. Organic Sulfur works best when taken with meals.

FDA

One thought on “It’s a joint effort

  1. I started using GP, thanks to my son-in-law, Matt Smith, about a month ago. I had a total hip replacement in July of 2015 and sveral surgeries on a knee. Since being on this program I can tell you it works. The joint pain is all but gone, and I am doing and enjoying yardwork and gardening with little discomfort or stiffness. Thank you

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