Nanowell CMO for Rheumatoid Arthritis offers a one-month supply of 90 softgels, each containing 650mg of CMO, a cetylated fatty acid known for its potential benefits in managing osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and various types of back and joint pain. This concentrated lipid extract from a natural bovine source provides the fatty acid cerasomal-cis-9-cetyl myristoleate, which has shown to be effective in addressing arthritic symptoms in osteoarthritis patients.
Recommended Use: Take 1 softgel three times daily with meals.
Safety Information: Before using this product, pregnant individuals or those with medical conditions should consult their healthcare professional. Keep out of reach of children.
What are Cetylated fatty acids?
Cetylated fatty acids are naturally occurring fats, and while the ones used in medicine are often lab-made, they include cetyl myristoleate, cetyl myristate, cetyl palmitoleate, cetyl laureate, cetyl palmitate, and cetyl oleate, with cetyl myristoleate being the most prominent.
What is true CMO?
True CMO is derived from a natural bovine source, providing the fatty acid cerasomal-cis-9-cetyl myristoleate. CMO is not found in vegetable sources and exists in low amounts in animal tissues.
Introducing Nanowell® CMO 650mg - A Dietary Supplement for Rheumatoid Arthritis
Nanowell® CMO 650mg softgel contains the original formula by Dr. Harry W. Diehl, offering a cetylated fatty acids oil with a 40% concentration of CMO. This 40% strength is the highest among all CMO products worldwide. Compared to other CMO supplements, the significant composition of cetyl myristoleate per Nanowell® CMO 650mg softgel (260 mg) allows consumers to take fewer doses daily and achieve the recommended amount in a shorter period.
Nanowell® CMO 650mg is made exclusively in the USA, and it is gluten-free, non-GMO, and non-allergenic. Nanowell® is committed to providing the highest quality CMO products at exceptional pricing.
Our product complies with FDA labeling regulations, accurately reporting the exact amounts of cetylated fatty acids (650 mg) and cetyl myristoleate (260 mg) in one softgel serving size.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Do I need to keep taking CMO month after month?
For many people and animals, a course of at least 180 softgels over the first two months is recommended, and that may be sufficient for up to one or two years. Some individuals may require another two-month course after the initial period, while others may continue with a maintenance course of one softgel daily.
- What else is taken with CMO?
Nanowell® CMO is accompanied by an exclusive synergistic formula called 101 Magical Joint Nutrients (MJ 101). It contains most of the ingredients essential for joint health and aids in the absorption of CMO, lecithin, and lipase. Three MJ 101 softgels are taken daily, divided into three doses to complement the three Nanowell® CMO 650mg softgels.
- Can I use Nanowell® CMO 650mg with my regular medications?
Yes. While there are no known contraindications or interactions with Nanowell® CMO, it is always advisable to consult with your healthcare professional before starting any new supplement.
- Will my diet affect CMO?
Some items in diets may interfere with the absorption of beneficial oils necessary for joint cartilage health. Notably, carbonated cola beverages, tea, and citrus juices like orange and grapefruit juices. On days when Nanowell® CMO is taken, it is helpful to avoid consuming such items for at least half an hour before and after taking CMO. If you typically consume citrus products at breakfast, you can take Nanowell® CMO before bedtime.
- Can I take CMO if I have allergies?
Nanowell® CMO contains no artificial preservatives and has not been known to cause allergic reactions. If you have a history of severe allergies, it's a good idea to consult with your healthcare professional before starting any new supplement.
- What if I am pregnant or have a medical condition?
Pregnant women or nursing mothers should use CMO only after consulting their healthcare professional. It is also essential to keep your healthcare professional informed of all supplements you are taking, especially if you have a serious medical condition.
- Can I give Nanowell® CMO 650mg to my child?
Nanowell® dietary supplements for children should only be administered on the advice of a qualified healthcare professional and in the specified amounts recommended by them.
- What about medical advice?
For any medical questions regarding Nanowell® CMO or if you are unsure whether it is suitable for you, consult with your healthcare professional. This description does not constitute medical advice, and only a licensed physician or healthcare professional can provide medical advice.
- Are claims of CMO from a vegetable source legitimate?
Not all claims are valid. CMO products can be legitimate if they are derived from fatty acids of the kombo nut, found in West African countries like Sierra Leone and Gabon. However, kombo nut fatty acids are low in myristoleic acid, resulting in a low amount of CMO in the product.
A Note from Harry W. Diehl, Discoverer of Cetyl Myristoleate
"When purchasing dietary supplements, I've learned to be cautious about what I buy. You can trust that with this product, you are getting the real cetyl myristoleate that I discovered and researched." – Harry W. Diehl, July 1998
Discovery of Cetyl Myristoleate
Harry W. Diehl, a brilliant chemist, was led to the discovery of cetyl myristoleate in 1953 while concerned about a neighbor's pain and disability. He conducted experiments in 1962 and through extensive research, determined that cetyl myristoleate could be found in mice. After many experiments and analyses, cetyl myristoleate was identified as the immunity factor. Diehl's research on cetyl myristoleate was published in the March 1994 issue of the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, a prestigious peer-reviewed journal.
Diehl received two U.S. patents on cetyl myristoleate, and he developed over 500 new compounds during his career.
On December 22, 1999, at the age of 89, Harry W. Diehl passed away in Charlottesville, Virginia. His legacy lives on through his discovery of cetyl myristoleate and other contributions to the field of chemistry.