The Similarities Between Suramin and Organic Sulfur
A cursory comparison of Suramin’s molecular structure to methylsulfonylmethane (organic sulfur) warrants the following comment: While they are structured differently, it is interesting that they both contain these four elements: carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and sulfur. Nitrogen is the one element that is part of Suramin that is not found in organic sulfur.
What links the two substances is that Suramin can be taken by brewing a tea made from pine needles, while organic sulfur is manufactured from the wood pulp of pine trees. If Suramin is, indeed, an antidote to the harmful contagion produced by the Covid-19 injection, could organic sulfur perform a similar function? That remains to be seen.
Caution: When gathering pine needles to brew tea, be careful with the yew pine (which is not a true pine) that can be toxic, although it does have a few medicinal properties.