Are there known health benefits giving sulfur to pets?


Since dogs, cats, birds, and rabbits are biological creatures just as much as humans, I asked Patrick McGean from the Cellular Matrix Study and two of his colleagues whether organic sulfur has been shown to have a beneficial effect on the animal population.



RESPONSE #1
We have roughly 700 dogs, cats, and birds ‘enrolled’ in the sulfur study.

We’ve found that canines that are given sulfur have stopped limping. If you have a big dog or multiple dogs, put one teaspoon in their water. For smaller dogs, put less. If your dog appears to be suffering from a form of PTSD, it’s because they are fearful. Invest time in an obedience class and give your dog both sulfur and love, which will help dissolve their fear.

Birds eat the crystals. Birds stop pulling their neck feathers if their owners take sulfur as well.

RESPONSE #2
It may take a long while for organic sulfur to kick in, if at all. My dog has been given organic sulfur in his water bowl for awhile now and he still gets tremors. You can put it straight on the gums and the tremors will subside somewhat, but you have to keep doing it or they will return.

RESPONSE #3
I give organic sulfur to my pets daily. A half teaspoon to their main meal. They are doing great. Their fur is sleek and their energy boundless.

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One Response to “Are there known health benefits giving sulfur to pets?”

  1. admin Says:

    Posted by by Mike Vrentas on CancerTutor.com:

    Dog Lovers: You may not have to put your favorite pet to sleep, because he has hip dysphasia, or any condition where that pet can hardly get around. Give him some MSM and Vitamin C. Give him or her a little time and you may find your favorite friend able to get around again and many times very well. Sprinkle MSM crystals on his food or water.

    Ever seen a bird in a cage, which pulled all its feathers out? That’s an MSM deficiency. Birds in the wild don’t do that. Add MSM to their water and it will stop the problem.

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