Multiple Sclerosis logoCustomer writes, “My wife and I been taking organic sulfur for a month. I’ve been suffering from multiple sclerosis for years and was hoping to see an immediate increase in energy and an improvement in my overall health.

While my wife has noticed that her joints are much more flexible and her hair feels stronger and not as dry, I haven’t seen any material changes, other than gaining a few pounds and feeling hungrier than I did before. Besides organic sulfur, I also take Vitamin C and potassium dissolved in water. Would either of these interfere with sulfur?”

My Response

Taking organic sulfur seems to increase one’s metabolism rate. I know that when I first started taking the supplement that I felt the need to eat more frequently.

The standard protocol is to take your sulfur-and-water mixture first, then wait a half hour before taking any medications or dietary supplements. It’s possible that either of those two dietary products – even if they are originally packaged in liquid or crystalline form – may contain a compound that interferes with the full intake of sulfur. To err on the conservative side, make sure you don’t take your vitamin and sulfur mixtures at the same time or right after each other.

In regards to the amount of time needed to notice improvements in your health, it should be noted that it takes 7 years to regenerate all the soft tissue cells. When enough water supplies oxygen for sulfur to transport, then the myelinated nerves will begin to regenerate. While four weeks is a good start, nerve cells do not regenerate overnight. Pay close attention to improvements to your skin, hair, and nails.

Myelinated nerve: A nerve cell in which the axon is surrounded by a layer of Schwann cell membranes of myelin sheath. This type of nerve cell is found in the peripheral nervous system (especially the sensory and motor neurons) and the white matter of central nervous system.

Source: Biology Online

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4 thoughts on “Addressing multiple sclerosis using organic sulfur

  • 2013-12-26 at 12:09 pm

    Multiple sclerosis has been linked to high homocysteine levels. High homocysteine levels interfere with the synthesis of SAM (S-adenosyl methionine), and thus interfere with methyl donations for neurotransmitters, which are essential for nerve conduction in MS patients. MS patients need the sulfur provided by the pathway for joint and cartilage repair, and even more importantly, for the detox pathways in the liver, since the sulfur detox pathway binds metals such as mercury, lead, and cadmium, and MS patients are especially susceptible to these metals and cannot detox them well.

    To add insult to injury, the metals exert their toxicity in the body by robbing essential proteins of their sulfur groups so that they can’t function; this means that in addition to not being able to detox the metals well, the exposure to metals robs their bodies of much needed proteins for cell rebuilding, and also proteins in key enzymes. The ill-effects of heavy metal toxicity include the neurotoxic damage associated with MS.

    (Denton, Sandra, M.D., The Mercury Cover-Up: Controversies in Dentistry, Townsend Letter For Doctors, July 1990; 488-491)

  • 2014-01-02 at 6:45 am

    I suffer from MS since more than one year. I am 72 years old. All your comments are new for me.I would be very thankful to getmore.

    • 2014-01-02 at 12:16 pm

      Hello Amsel! Thank you for your feedback about wanting to know more about the successful treatment of MS using organic sulfur. From time-to-time, I will post updates about this topic as new information is communicated to me by customers and my organic sulfur supplier.

  • 2014-01-02 at 8:48 pm

    Cellular Matrix Study director Patrick McGean refuted the idea that MSM could cause a molybdenum deficiency as speculated by Dr. Jonathan Wright in the aforementioned article.

    “Jonathan Wright MD has no idea about organic sulfur. As for the moly deficiency, not one study member who does compressive blood and tissue screening has ever demonstrated a molybdenum deficiency. It is important to remember Big Pharma has done everything possible to inform people sulfur is bad because it replaces every single advertised drug. Of the 20,000 MDs who have communicated with us, only six had even the slightest idea what sulfur is about and none were aware of the moly deficiency which Jonathan Wright refers.

    In the world of information, moly deficiency is a red herring.”


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