In 1866, a Russian scientist named Alexander Saytzeff isolated an organosulfur compound that was given the chemical name of dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) that languished as a forgotten discovery for decades, except for its usefulness as an industrial solvent.
The following remarks were compiled and edited from a series of emails that Patrick McGean (1946-2019) sent out to his distribution list.
Excerpts of three archived articles about sulfur and detoxification.
One of the best ways to oxygenate your cells, alkalize your blood and remove toxins that can lead to cellular malfunction is to take organic sulfur.
The talks and writings of Ancient Purity co-founder Clive de Carle served as the inspirational source for this report. Sulfur in one of its organic forms is one of the most important nutrients needed to maintain a healthy lifestyle, particularly
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