CMO for Rhematoid Arthritis
Each bottle consists of 650mg x 90 softgels for 1 Month Supply
CMO is a cetylated fatty acid patients may use topically or orally for osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and relief of various types of back and joint pain.
CMO has been shown to manage arthritic symptoms in patients with osteoarthritis.
Recommended Use: Take 1 softgels three time daily with meals.
If you are pregnant or in a medical condition please consult with your healthcare professional before taking this product. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
What are Cetylated fatty acids?
Cetylated fatty acids are a group of naturally occurring fats, although the fatty acids used as medicine are often made in a lab. These fats include cetyl myristoleate, cetyl myristate, cetyl palmitoleate, cetyl laureate, cetyl palmitate, and cetyl oleate. Cetyl myristoleate receives the most attention.
What is true CMO?
True CMO is a concentrated lipid extract from natural bovine source providing the fatty acid cerasomal-cis-9-cetyl myristoleate. CMO is not found in any vegetable sources. CMO is found in low amounts in animal tissues.
Nanowell® CMO 650mg - A Dietary Supplement for Rhematoid Arthritis
Cetyl Myristoleate (CMO) supplements can be found in several forms from various suppliers. However, CMO softgels from Nanowell® stands apart. Nanowell® CMO 650mg softgel is the original formula by Dr. Harry W. Diehl and contains a cetylated fatty acids oil offering a 40% concentration of CMO. This 40% strength is the highest of any CMO product in the world. In comparison to other CMO supplements on the market, the large composition of cetyl myristoleate per Nanowell® CMO 650mg softgel (260 mg) allows consumers to take fewer doses daily and to take in the recommended amount in a shorter period of time. Nanowell® CMO 650mg is made exclusively in the USA and is gluten-free, non-GMO, and non-allergenic.
Nanowell® is determined to offer the highest quality CMO products at exceptional pricing.
Our product adheres to FDA labeling regulations, which require that we report exact amounts of cetylated fatty acids (650 mg) and cetyl myristoleate (260 mg) in a serving size of one 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 their product.
Frequently Asked Question
1. Do I need to keep taking CMO month after month?
For many people and animals, they need to have at least 180 softgels for the first two months and all that will be needed for up to one or two years. After the first two month, some individuals may need another two-month course again, and some of may need to take a maintenance course of one softgel daily.
2. What else is taken with CMO?
Nanowell® CMO product developed an exclusive synergistic formula called 101 Magical Joint Nutrients to accompany Nanowell® brand of CMO. Nanowell® 101 Magical Joint Nutrients (MJ 101) contains most of all ingredients for Joint Health and to help with absorption of CMO, lecithin and lipase. Three MJ 101 are taken daily, divided into three doses to accompany the three Nanowell® CMO 650mg softgels.
3. Can I use Nanowell® CMO 650mg with the medications I use regularly?
Yes. While there are no known contraindications or interactions with Nanowell® CMO, it is always a good practice to consult with your healthcare professional before starting something new.
4. Will my diet affect CMO?
Some items in diets may conflict with absorption of beneficial oils that cartilage in joints needs to remain healthy. Most notably, these are carbonated cola beverages, tea, and citrus juices, such as orange and grapefruit juices. On the days Nanowell® CMO is taken, it is helpful to avoid consumption of such items for at least 1/2 hour before and 1/2 hour after CMO is taken. If you normally consume citrus products at breakfast, you can change the Nanowell® CMO from before breakfast to bedtime.
5. Can I take CMO if I have allergies?
Nanowell® CMO contains no artificial preservatives. It does contain a small amount (2 IU) of natural vitamin E as a preservative. Historically, Nanowell® CMO has not been known to cause an allergic reaction in anyone. If you have a history of severe allergies, it is always a good idea to consult with your healthcare professional before starting to take anything new.
6. What if I am pregnant or have a medical condition?
As with any substance, pregnant women or nursing mothers should use CMO only after consulting their health care professional. It is a good idea to keep your healthcare professional aware of all supplements you are taking if you have a serious medical condition.
7. Can I give Nanowell® CMO 650mg to my child?
Nanowell® dietary supplement should be given to children only on the advice of a qualified healthcare profession and in the amounts specified by the healthcare professional.
8. What about medical advice?
Anyone with medical questions about Nanowell® CMO or questions about whether it should be used should consult with his or her healthcare professional. Nothing in this web site is intended as nor should be construed as medical advice. Only a licensed physician or other healthcare professional can give medical advice.
9. Are claims of CMO from a vegetable source legitimate?
Not all of them. If the fatty acids used to manufacture the CMO product come from the kombo nut, which is harvested in the West African countries of Sierra Leone and Gabon, then the product can be legitimate. Unfortunately, kombo nut fatty acids are low in myristoleic acid and consequently the amount of CMO in the product will be low.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
A NOTE FROM HARRY W. DIEHL, DISCOVERER OF CETYL MYRISTOLEATE
“In purchasing dietary supplements, I’ve learned to be careful of what I buy. Things are not always delivered as they are advertised. You can be confident with the product that you are getting the real cetyl myristoleate that I discovered and researched. ”
– Harry W. Diehl, July 1998
DISCOVERY OF CETYL MYRISTOLEATE
Harry W. Diehl was born in 1910 in Harrisonburg, VA. Considered by many as one of the most brilliant natural talents ever seen in chemistry, Diehl retired in 1974 after 40 years of service at the National Institutes of Health in the Laboratory of Chemistry of the National Institute of Arthritis, Metabolic, and Digestive Diseases.
Diehl was led to the discovery of cetyl myristoleate by his concern in 1953 about a neighbor’s pain and disability. He began his experiments in 1962 and pursued a scientific investigation and exhaustive analyses, using laboratory mice and rats. By 1964, he had determined the substance he was looking for was indeed to be found in mice.
Mr. Diehl later discovered that cetyl myristoleate also occurs naturally in male beavers and sperm whale oil. After countless experiments, reactions, and purifications, the immunity factor was identified, through gas chromatography and mass spectrophotometry, as cetyl myristoleate.
As he put it, “My discovery of cetyl myristoleate was a lot of hard work and a lot of old-fashioned chemical cooking.” 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.
Diehl received two U. S. Patents on cetyl myristoleate, the first in 1977 and a second in 1996.
An award-winning researcher, Mr. Diehl developed over 500 new compounds, several of which were patented by the U.S. Patent Office for the National Institutes of Health.
Diehl was recognized in 1958 for developing a new method of preparing 2-deoxy-d-ribose, a sugar found in deoxyribonucleic acid. This sugar is of vital importance to much basic research, and was used by Jonas Salk, M.D., as a culture medium to grow the Salk polio vaccine virus.
Diehl’s process was published in Biochemical Preparations, one of the most authoritative journals on the subject.
Harry Weldon Diehl died after a short illness in Charlottesville, Virginia on December 22, 1999 at the age of 89. In life, Harry Diehl was a tower of strength, dedication, and chemical knowledge. He left behind a legacy of hope.