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Sulfur – Number 16 on the Periodic Table of Elements – is one of the six basic building blocks of life and is essential for maintaining our health. Most people, however, are sulfur-deficient due to food processing methods, poor dietary habits, and the prevailing deployment of chemical fertilizers on commercial farmland that interrupts the natural sulfur cycle by preventing crops from ingesting the mineral from the soil.
Moreover, if you’ve been living on planet earth for any length of time, you’ve been exposed to an ever-increasing variety of dangerous substances such as genetically modified foods, pesticides, vaccines, nuclear radiation fallout, benzene and other petrochemicals, fluoride, anabolic steroids, and atmospheric pollutants, just to name a few.
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With all these deadly poisons bombarding us at once, it’s vitally important to give our bodies the means to fight back and reverse any damage.
While following a healthy dietary program is ideal, it’s not always possible in this day and age to avoid all food products that are heavily laced with chemical herbicides and fertilizers or engineered in a lab.
Fortunately, there exists a crystalline food supplement derived from a natural plant source that can convert these deadly poisons into non-toxic sulfates that can be safely eliminated from our bodies. That supplement is organic sulfur (aka methylsulfonylmethane)
Suggested Use: As a supplement, take 1 tsp. (4 grams) per 100 lbs. of body weight twice a day. Dissolve a measured dose of the Crystals in approximately 2 oz. of hot pure water, then add cool water or juice to taste, follow it with 10 oz of purified water.
If flu-like symptoms or headaches result, they may indicate that detoxification is occurring. In this case, take Crystals with food or increase the amount — immediately — rather than stopping.
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What Sulfur Does
Sulfur enables the transport of oxygen across cell membranes, and oxygen is necessary for healthy cellular regeneration in mammals. Plants, on the other hand, require carbon dioxide for cell regeneration, and plants can store sulfur, while man cannot. Man eliminates carbon dioxide, and plants eliminate oxygen. Thus, the sulfur cycle is symbiotic and vital for life as we know it.
When many health professionals are asked about sulfur, they state as if reading from a cue card, “We get all the sulfur we need from the food we eat.” That was true until man decided to change the way we grow our food and what we feed our crops.
Cellular Regeneration Requires Oxygen Transport Across Cell Membranes
Cellular regeneration appears to be closely tied to the body’s ability to transport oxygen across cell membranes. As stated earlier, this is a primary function of organic sulfur.
A study of the periodic table of elements shows sulfur, selenium, and tellurium as being the only three oxygen transport minerals. Further study shows that chlorine and fluorine are detrimental to such oxygen transport, yet these elements have been added to make our teeth “healthier” and our water “more pure” (Please see our water movie in the H2O education section) or free from bacterial infestation. These elements are poisonous at higher concentrations, and they block the uptake of both oxygen and sulfur. Drinking city tap water is discouraged in the Study for this reason. United States is only 1 of 8 countries that use fluoride in tap water, where we buy it from China since even they don’t want it!
The Study believes that a widespread deficiency in the mineral sulfur may be responsible for the great increase in disease in the U.S. Healthy cellular metabolism is the basis for cellular regeneration of all of our cells. This is the bottom line for the human body. Without intracellular oxygen, we begin to degenerate long before our biological clock runs out.
We began life as a single cell, and from that one cell we have made and regenerated all the cells of our body in a healthy manner, unless that regeneration is stymied by the food we eat.
Since 1954, our food supply has been devoid of sulfur, thanks to the use of chemical fertilizers and the overprocessing of our foods. Unfortunately, our nation is not about to cease the use of these profitable chemicals, which involve commercial agribusiness, medicine, insurance, as well as genetic and designer foods. However, we can regenerate our internal sulfur cycle with organic sulfur, provided that this sulfur compound has not suffered the same indignities of science that our food supply has and continues to suffer.
Finland, alarmed over the increasing disease rate of its population, took a hard look at chemical fertilizers and banned all of them, fearing the levels of cadmium. They were not aware of the sulfur connection or Krebs cycle. Since doing so, they have become a leading supplier of “Bio-Friendly” or completely organic foods in Europe. They have also seen their disease rates drop to one tenth of the 1985 levels. In 1985, the U.S. was at the same marked disease level as Finland. Why are we not following suit and banning all chemical fertilizers? It appears that the epidemiology of those countries using chemical fertilizers have an increase in disease, while those that use organically based fertilizing methods do not.
Organic sulfur is a food, not a drug. Organic Sulfur is not stored in the body and it is considered to be nontoxic. Attempts to kill mice, rats, and Oregon State Death Row inmates failed to reach a toxic level even at 200 grams or almost half pound a day.
The use of organic sulfur dates back to 1075 when it was found to soften the skin. It has been used as a beauty aid that replaces sulfur lost due to artificial fertilizers, and as a food supplement to promote oxygen transport across cell membranes. Many diseases are worsened by anaerobic conditions (low in oxygen), and organic sulfur helps the body use and transport oxygen more efficiently. SuperSulfur Crystalsô can be taken as a sleep aid before bedtime, and can be added to tooth brushing regimens to address gum disease.
Why do I need to supplement my intake of sulfur? Don’t I get enough of it naturally from the foods I eat?
While common foods such as eggs, nuts, meats, cabbage, spinach, garlic, and onions are normally rich in sulfur, much of their nutritional value is negated if they are not obtained from organic sources. Over the past 50+ years, the heavy use of inorganic fertilizers containing chemicals like ammonium nitrate has destroyed the natural cycle so that an insufficient amount of sulfur is being “delivered” to our dinner plate. Moreover, sulfur is a volatile mineral that rapidly disappears from food when it is processed, cooked, dried, or stored.
Can our body make its own sulfur internally?
Our bodies cannot make sulfur from the foods we eat and can only store very small amounts in our hair, skin, and nails. Moreover, we must replenish our source of sulfur every 12 hours.
What is the recommended dosage?
The standard recommended dosage for persons weighing up to 200 pounds is one teaspoon taken twice a day. Because chlorine inhibits sulfur from being absorbed in the body, dissolve the crystals in 2 ounces of hot water before drinking, or use distilled water. Afterward, immediately swallow another 10 ounces of pure water. Because sulfur has a bitter taste, you may wish to add other ingredients to your water mixture, such as maple syrup or apple cider vinegar.
I’ve been diagnosed with cancer. How much sulfur should I take?
If you’re a cancer patient and have been undergoing conventional treatment administered by your allopathic doctor, the recommended dosage is ONE TABLESPOON taken THREE times a day. Your dosage needs to be increased to this level in order to help your body cope with the effects of chemotherapy and radiation.
Is it possible to overdose on sulfur?
Sulfur is not toxic, and any excess that the body can’t use is flushed out.
How does sulfur remove poisons from our body?
Sulfur converts toxins into their sulfate form which is excreted in bowel movements.
I’ve been taking both nutritional supplements and prescription medicines. Are they ok to take when I start adding organic sulfur to my dietary regimen?
The standard protocol is to take sulfur 30 minutes before taking any prescription medicines or supplements (including vitamins).
Your sulfur seems more expensive than competing brands I find on Amazon and other stores. Why is that?
Many manufacturers pulverize their sulfur into a powder that make it easier for them to package and ship, while others sell sulfur in pill or tablet form that include additives or anti-caking agents like silicon dioxide or calcium stearate. These extra manufacturing processes destroy or inhibit sulfur’s natural health-giving qualities. Our organic sulfur is a crystalline form that is 99.9% pure and does not contain additives or anti-caking agents.
Is any of your sulfur made in a chemical lab or originate from foreign sources like China?
No, our sulfur is plant-based that is made from the lignin (wood pulp) of the Louisiana maritime pine tree.
I do not live in either the U.S. or North America. Is your product authorized for shipment to other countries?
Our organic sulfur is sanctioned for international trade via its assigned World Trade Organization number (WTO #2930.90). If you are an overseas customer and run into unexpected delays receiving your shipment, you are strongly advised to inform your custom’s representative of the official WTO number of your purchased product and to expedite delivery as quickly as possible.