On behalf of an organic sulfur customer and other contacts who are struggling in their battle against multiple sclerosis, I researched the subject to produce this summary analysis.
by Rebecca Evans, guest contributor Contact Information: Geriatric Nursing Facebook page Click here to email Rebecca Evans For many, a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis can be both terrifying and a relief. Terrifying because of the unknown and assumptions about quality
Reader asks, Can you provide any information as to whether organic sulfur can help alleviate the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis?
Reader writes: I am going to start taking organic sulfur. I have MS and cannot walk. I currently drink Essentia Water, which has a pH of 9.5. But it has added ingredients of sodium bicarbonate, dipotassium phosphate, magnesium sulfate, calcium
Let’s address that commonly asked question by focusing on the cause of many modern illnesses via a passing nod to that time-honored expression, ‘Rome was not built in a day.’
Customer 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.
At the Wise Traditions 2012 Conference held earlier this month, Dr. Stephanie Seneff overturned commonly held views about the health effects of cholesterol and sunlight and offered insights about sulfur based on her years of research.
Recent article posted on EarthClinic.com which includes a comment from a writer in Thailand who conjectured that multiple sclerosis may be connected to a deficiency in both selenium and sulfur.