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Methylsulfonylmethane and Glucosamine


Methylsulfonylmethane and Glucosamine

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Certification Ecocert, ISO
Putrity 100%

Chaitanya is manufacturing high quality products having application in pharmaceuticals. These products help to improve the density of the bones and prevent osteoarthritis. These compounds are formulated by our qualified professionals keeping in mind the industry laid parameters and the current market demands. It is widely used in pharmaceutical industry for preparing compounds that relief stiffness & swelling, ageing and back pain.

We offer :

  • Methyl Sulfonyl Methane (MSM)
  • Glucosamine Hydrochloride
  • Glucosamine Potassium Sulphate
  • Glucosamine Sodium Sulphate


Methyl Sulfonyl Methane (MSM) is a sulfur-containing compound normally found in many of the foods. It is chemically related to DMSO (Dimethyl Sulfoxide), a popular treatment for arthritis. When DMSO is applied on the skin or taken orally, about 15% of it breaks down in the body to form MSM. It is used in pharmaceutical preparations for relief in osteoarthritis pain, stiffness & swelling, aging, back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, muscle aches and pain, strains and sprains. It is a White, free flowing powder having Melting Point: 108.00 TO 110.00°C. & Boiling Point: 238 To 239°C.

Glucosamine plays a decisive role in the synthesis of connective tissue and is therefore important for the joints. Connective tissue (skin, bones, tendons, joints, hair, blood vessels and cell membranes) supports and connects the individual parts of the body. Glucosamine Hydrochloride & its salts is used in pharmaceutical preparations for relief in osteoarthritis pain, stiffness & swelling, back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, muscle aches and pain, strains & sprains etc.

We manufacture following range of Glucosamine products derived from chitin :

  • Glucosamine Hydrochloride.
  • Glucosamine Potassium Sulphate
  • Glucosamine Sodium Sulphate

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