Interestingly enough, MSM crystals can taste different to different people. Here's why: geneticists have discovered that there is an inherited component to taste. In this situation, we're talking specifically about bitterness. Some users of MSM, or Organic Sulfur as it's commonly called, are quick to point out that this product can be quite bitter. Other users do not notice any taste at all. In 2003, the PTC gene, TAS2R38 was discovered by geneticists and promptly labeled as the gene that determines whether or not an individual will taste the flavor bitter. For those of us who express this gene, we may note that MSM supplementation produces a bitter flavor. In fact, some users report this as a barrier to using this product. Read our suggestions on how to mask bitterness, or consider use of our MSM capsules, if the flavor is too much for you. Other users, who do not actively express the TAS2R38 gene, MSM will have minimal to no flavor at all.
As you can see in the picture above, our MSM appears as small white crystals. Because our product does not contain flow agents or fillers, all that you see is the product itself.
Organic Sulfur crystals quickly dissolve in water for oral supplementation, but they can also be ground up with a blender, or crushed in a mortar and pestle, then added to your favorite skin care products as a MSM cream.
To learn how we create such a pure organic sulfur product, and the measures we employee to ensure only the highest quality product reaches our end customers, visit our manufacturing and testing webpage.
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