Reader says, I maintain a strict dietary regimen where I eat mostly raw, organic produce and protein-rich foods from sustainable sources. I was recently tested for sulfur and learned that my intake was more than sufficient. Of what benefit would
Customer says, I didn’t feel well after taking your organic sulphur for a couple of days, so I stopped. I consulted my alternative health care provider who concluded that my reaction must be due to impurities in your product that
When assessing the potency and effectiveness of MSM (methylsulfonylmethane), it is vitally important to answer a fundamental question: Are you taking MSM or organic sulfur?
It seems hard to believe that this composite photo that I created above depicts hiking areas located in the same state park in southern Nevada known as the Valley of Fire whose main difference is that they were taken during
I recently received emails from a couple of organic sulfur customers who stated that they suffered from migraine headaches immediately after they started to take the product. One customer said she had to skip work for a day because her
As early as the mid-1970s, soft tissue cancers such as melanoma, lymphoma, prostate cancer, and breast cancer were beginning to show a rapid and disturbing increase among the U.S. population.
Reader writes: I read that 3,3′-Diindolylmethane, a substance found in the brassica vegetables such as broccoli and kale is beneficial for prostate issues. The “-methane” in the name reminded me of methylsulfonlymethane (MSM) and got me to wondering if you
Reader writes, On talk shows about autism and other health subjects, I hear references to methylation. Can you explain this process to me and how it relates to sulfur?