Customers have recently submitted questions of this nature to me, and I will first respond by restating my standard health disclaimer that organic sulfur has not been formally evaluated nor approved by the Food and Drug Administration and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Having provided my disclaimer, I offer the following feedback:
Every one of us is biologically and physically unique, so we each have own own way of responding to the ingestion and inclusion of organic sulfur in our daily diet. What I experience when taking sulfur may not necessarily match your results, and that’s ok. That said, since the mid-1950s, all of us who live on planet earth are vulnerable to health issues caused by insufficient sulfur in our commercial food supply. Given the extensive amount of time that we’ve been sulfur-deficient, it is unrealistic to expect immediate benefits during the initial detoxification period.
It will take an indeterminable amount of time for your body to adjust after decades of dietary abuse and neglect. For this reason, it is not uncommon to experience nausea, diarrhea, flu-like symptoms, or dizziness during the early stages of sulfur detoxification. You simply have to ride through the initial discomfort period. The key to transcending the discomfort is to not give up immediately and reduce or curtail your sulfur dosage. If you experience symptoms that resemble the flu, start taking more sulfur (say 3 teaspoons per day on a temporary basis), not less! The Cellular Matrix Study has found that more sulfur can be better tolerated by our bodies than too little sulfur.
If you begin to experience dizzy spells when taking organic sulfur, that’s often a sign that you’re dehydrated and your brain is not receiving sufficient oxygen. Drinking more water and fluids should help mitigate this symptom. Also, taking sulfur only once a day (rather than twice) short-circuits and delays the detox process, because your body needs a fresh supply every 12 hours.
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