One of my customers asked why most websites state that taking organic sulfur won’t help lower his blood pressure. I queried Patrick McGean, Director of the Cellular Matrix Study, for his feedback.

Organic sulfur has been shown in our study to reduce blood pressure levels when pink salt is added to the diet a half hour after taking sulfur. Low sodium diets contribute to high blood pressure levels. Pink salt should be treated like a dietary supplement and should not be taken simultaneously with MSM to ensure proper absorption of sulfur in the body. Check commercial outlets like Amazon and Trader Joe’s for sources of pink salt.

Trader Joe’s Himalayan Pink Salt Crystals with Built in Grinder

Can organic sulfur help those who suffer from hypertension?
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4 thoughts on “Can organic sulfur help those who suffer from hypertension?

  • 2012-07-17 at 5:06 pm

    Can you explain the how/why of the salt and sulfur consumption for better understanding -absorption matter 😉

    I was trying to explain the differences in salt to my family.

    • 2012-07-18 at 8:54 am

      Hi Bonnie, based on my interpretation of this 2007 article, standard table salt often contains anti-caking agents while pink salt does not. Anti-caking agents inhibit full absorption of sulfur in the body. The extra amount of trace minerals (calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper, and iron) contained in pink salt is insignificant from a health perspective.

      White salt vs. pink salt
      Julie’s Health Club
      Nov. 29, 2007

  • 2012-11-03 at 2:16 pm

    Excellent points altogether, you just received a new reader. What may you suggest in regards to your put up that you made a few days ago? Any sure?


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