Lost in their autistic minds


Patrick McGean, director of the Live Blood and Cellular Matrix Study, reported recently that 19 children in his worldwide study are no longer autistic after taking organic sulfur — a crystalline food and vital mineral missing from most people’s diet.

McGean, as do many others, believes autism is triggered by the presence of heavy metals (particularly mercury/thiomersal in vaccines) in the blood brain barrier.

Parents have related to McGean that their child was just the “smartest kid” until they got lost in their own minds and diagnosed with ADD, ADHD, or autism after subjecting themselves to various vaccinations. With little or no natural sulfur in our everyday food, the body lacks the means of removing toxic substances like mercury, lead, or aluminum out of itself. By providing our children with the organic sulfur they so desperately need, we can help them improve their overall health and reverse the shocking increase in these childhood diseases.

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2 Responses to “Lost in their autistic minds”

  1. Kerri Rivera Says:

    I would love a little more information on what all was done to recover 19 children from autism using sulphur. I have not been successful with it nor has a friend of mine who used it on a large group of children with autism. Congratulations on the success. I would appreciate any sharing of information/protocols that you could give.
    Best wishes,
    Kerri

  2. Jana Collier Says:

    Please help me. My child was diagnosed with Autism at the age of 2 1/2 years old. He is now 24 years old and does alot of head banging. He is non-verbal and takes meds not sure exactly what he takes because he lives in a group home. Please tell me if he can take the Organic Sulfur Flakes being on prescribed meds and will it help him talk in 3 days. Thanks.

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