Buy CMO, 400 mg each pill, 60 Capsules
Cetyl Myristoleate Fatty Acid Complex for Joints, from beef tallow
CMO contains concentrated extract of the
fatty acid cerasomal-cis-9-acetyl-myristoleate from natural bovine source. It
is not found in any vegetable oils or other common foods but is
found in low amounts in animal connective tissue.
Usage: Take 1 CMO capsule daily in the morning, or as directed by your qualified health consultant.
Cetyl Myristoleate Extract 400 mg per pill, Fatty Acid Complex
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Joint Power Rx
herbal extracts and nutrients that play a role in joint health:
Glucosamine sulfate (from shellfish)
Boswellia serrata extract
Cat's claw extract
Devil's claw extract
Grape seed extract
CMO side effects, safety, toxicity
I could not find adverse events reported in medical journals as of 2014.
CMO arthritis research study
People with the wear-and-tear kind of arthritis of the knee may benefit from a proprietary cream containing a blend of cetylated fatty acids. Pain relief and improved functional performance may be experienced as early as half an hour after the cream is applied to the affected joint.
Synthesis of cetyl myristoleate and evaluation of its
therapeutic efficacy in a murine model of collagen-induced arthritis.
Pharmacol Res. 2003. University of Nevada School of Medicine, Reno, NV
Cetyl myristoleate was reported by Diehl and May to block inflammation and prevent adjuvant-induced arthritis in rats. To verify this earlier work, we have synthesized pure CMO and tested its anti-arthritic properties in a collagen-induced arthritis model in DBA/1LacJ mice. Multiple intraperitoneal injections resulted in a significantly lower incidence of disease and caused a modest but significant diminution in clinical signs in those mice that developed arthritis. CMO administered in daily oral doses of 20 mg kg(-1) also reduced the incidence of arthritis and caused a small reduction in the clinical signs in mice that developed arthritis. Although the protective effect in collagen-induced arthritis observed in the present study was less dramatic than that reported earlier, our results confirm the anti-arthritic properties.
Cetyl myristoleate isolated from Swiss albino mice: an apparent protective agent against adjuvant arthritis in rats.
J Pharm Sci 1994. Diehl HW, May EL. Department of Pharmacology, Medical College of Virginia, Richmond.
CMO was isolated from Swiss albino mice that were immune to the polyarthritis induced in rats with Freund's adjuvant. This substance, or material synthesized from cetyl alcohol and myristoleic acid, afforded good protection against adjuvant-induced arthritic states in rats. In limited comparisons, cetyl oleate, also found in Swiss albino mice, gave lesser protection, whereas cetyl myristate and cetyl elaidate, the trans-isomer of cetyl oleate, appeared to be virtually ineffective. Dosage of the protective compound as well as the site of injection of Freund's adjuvant was important.
Use in pets, cats, dogs, horses
Is CMO 400 mg safe to give to a dog?
I have not found any major studies evaluating this substance in a dog or other animals, however it seems most animals tolerate supplements as humans but usually at a smaller dose.
I am a registered massage therapist in British Columbia, Canada. I have recently tried your CMO product for my own chronic lumbar degenerative disc disease. I am certainly impressed with the results! I tried going without it after my 1st bottle was finished, and the symptoms returned over a week. I then re-ordered, and am now back on the product, feeling great again. I want to try the Joint Power Rx compound next. If it is as successful as the CMO, I seriously want to look at providing this product to my patients.
I have been using CMO
products for the past 8 months now with great success. Is it better to take it
with or without food?
Most of the time supplements are better absorbed on an empty stomach, but they are well absorbed with food, too, so it may not make much of a difference, however, studies have not been done comparing the two approaches, hence it is difficult to predict which option is better.
I just wanted to let you know that CMO has completely removed my arthritis pain. I had been taking cat's claw and cucurmin, with little result. After only one week of taking CMO 1,1000mg a day the pain had gone. I took it for a couple of months, then read a study which said to only take for a month - but at a higher dose. I have stopped it now, several weeks ago, and no return of the pain. Before that it was difficult to reverse the car, as I could hardly turn my neck, it was so painful. I still continue with the cucurmin and cat's claw and take fish oil. The study also said to eliminate several things, including alcohol and fruit juice. I hadn't read it, so still had my two glasses of wine at night and occasional juice. It worked anyway. This is the first time ever that I can say I definitely felt an improvement with ANY supplement. Most of them I take in the hope that they will keep me healthy as I grow older!
I have been taking 550 mg of CMO every day for at least 7 years. The vitamin shop did not tell me there was limit. I have severe bloating. Could this be causing it? It does help my arthritis.
I wrote to you some time ago saying how much success I had with CMO relieving arthritis pain. I recently had a very stiff, swollen, painful finger, which I haven't had for years. Time for another course of CMO - it's been 10 months since I last took it. As last time, the pain and swelling was relieved in 3-4 days.