EHP Products Myristin CMO Cetyl Myristoleate 260 mg 60 Softgels

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UPC #: 860000671408

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This is the original CMO Cetyl Myristoleate Myristin discovered by Harry W. Diehl of the National Institutes of Health.

These softgels contain more than 40% CMO with many other beneficial cetylated esters to deliver 260 mg of cetyl myristoleate per softgel.

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Product Description - EHP Products Myristin CMO Cetyl Myristoleate 260 mg 60 Softgels

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EHP Products Myristin® Cetyl Myristoleate softgels offer the highest available concentration of cetyl myristoleate in a CMO supplement to support joint health. Myristin® softgels contain cetylated fatty acids oil offering a 40% concentration of cetyl myristoleate (also known as CMO and CM). This 40% strength is the highest of any CMO joint health product in the world. In comparison to other CMO supplements on the market, the large composition of 260 mg of cetyl myristoleate in each Myristin® softgel benefits consumers by delivering higher concentrations to absorb the recommended amount in fewer doses in a shorter period of time.

Myristin® is made exclusively in the USA and is gluten-free, non-GMO, and non-allergenic.

EHP Products is the family company of Harry W. Diehl, the discoverer of cetyl myristoleate. Myristin® softgels adhere to FDA labeling regulations, which require reporting of exact amounts of cetylated fatty acids of 650 mg and 260 mg of cetyl myristoleate in a single softgel. If the label of a competitive CMO product does not comply with FDA label regulations, it is difficult, if not impossible, to determine the amount of molecular CMO in that product.

  • For Joint Health & Comfort
  • Helps Nourish Cartilage

EHP Products Myristin® Cetyl Myristoleateis a revolutionary compound that works to lubricate joints and helps to promote mobile joint function. Myristin® Cetyl Myristoleate is a cutting-edge compound that promotes the relief of joint discomfort following exercise. With age, the ability to produce some of the nutrients necessary for joint function and cartilage building declines. EHP Products Myristin® Cetyl Myristoleate helps to nourish and maintain the natural lubricating fluid in joints and cartilage.

Suggested Use: Take 2 capsules, one time daily, with a meal

Supplement Facts
Servings Per Container: 60
Serving Size:1 Softgel
Amount per servingCalories:6
Calories from Fat6
Total Fat0.7 g1%
Vitamin E0.9 mg7%
Cetyl Myristoleate Complex  
   Cetyl Myristoleate (CMO)(40%)260 mg
   Cetyl Oleate130 mg
   Cetyl Myristate97.5 mg
   Other Cetyl Esters150 mg
‡Includes minor amounts of cetyl esters of palmitic, stearic, linoleic, and other fatty acids
† Daily Value (%DV) not established
* Percent Daily Values (%DV) based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Other Ingredients: gelatin, glycerin, and titanium oxide.
Warning: Please consult your healthcare professional prior to use if you have or suspect a medical condition, are taking prescription drugs, or are pregnant or lactating.

Additional Information

Manufacturer EHP Products
UPC # 860000671408
Product Type Softgels
Product Count 60 Softgels
Servings 60
Days of Use 60
Specialty Gluten-Free, Non-GMO
Country of Manufacture United States

About EHP Products

EHP Products was created in 1995 by the daughter of Harry W. Diehl who worked 40 years at the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland in the Laboratory of Chemistry of the National Institute of Arthritis, Metabolic, and Digestive Diseases. Dr. Diehl is considered by many as one of the most brilliant natural talents ever seen in chemistry. While researching the pain and disability of his neighbor in his home laboratory for two years, Harry W. Diehl discovered cetyl myristoleate in 1964.

Dr. Diehl was granted the first of two patents for his discovery of cetyl myristoleate (CMO) in 1977 (U.S. Patent #4,049,824) and the second patent in 1996 (U.S. Patent #5,569,676). Diehl's research on cetyl myristoleate was published in the March 1994 issue of the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, the prestigious peer-reviewed journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association and the American Chemical Society.

Harry W. Diehl’s daughter, Elaine Parrish, established EHP Products to bring Dr. Diehl's amazing discovery to the natural products market. Dr. Diehl was a brilliant scientist, not a businessman. EHP Products is the only company that manufactures a 40% CMO softgel, containing 260 mg of their registered trademark CMO, Myristin®.

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