How do you crystallize MSM?

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You can crystallize MSM by crushing up the pill with a pill crusher. However, it is not recommended that you crystallize the MSM because it can become contaminated and may not be as effective. The companies that produce MSM prefer to use the distillation process. You would want to speak with a health care professional prior to taking anything in any form. Pills are intended to be swallowed hole so that the contents are time released and not just put into your system.
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How to Make MSM Crystals
MSM is also known as methylsulphonylmethane and is a naturally occurring sulfur compound. It is also found in animal cells and is an important component of collagen and other supportive structures. MSM is often sold as an "anti-aging" supplement and... More »
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