End the suffering of autistic children and their mothers

In 2012 the CDC reported that autism now affects 1 in 88 children in the United States. While the report was based on 4-year-old data, it’s clear that autism is a major health concern.

Conventional wisdom assumes that getting vaccinated is both prudent and necessary. In addition, the medical establishment strongly refutes evidence or links between the sharp rise in autistic children cases (as well as Alzheimer’s patients) with mandatory vaccination programs, even though symptoms for mercury poisoning and autism are surprisingly similar.

Source: VaxTruth

As Dr. Mark Sircus describes in one of his health articles, sulfur is a component of all proteins and is required for the proper structure and biological activity of many enzymes and antioxidant molecules like glutathione and thioredoxin.

As reported in a VaxTruth article titled “When 1 in 88 is Really 1 in 29” that was also published in 2012, vaccines contain free glutamic acid that destroys glutathione. If your pediatrician recommends taking a glutathione-destroyer like Tylenol, then that further lessens your children’s ability to detoxify the poisons they’ve absorbed and accumulated through vaccines, food, air, and water.

Our bodies are our responsibility, not the Government’s. Big Pharma will cease to play a major role in our lives when we collectively wake up and recognize that we are all sulfur-deficient and need to take this vital mineral on a regular basis. Allopathic physicians and pharmaceutical executives would be forced to become gardeners or artists; we won’t need all of them nor many of their hospitals.

Organic sulfur is a crystalline food. Add sulfur to your diet and laugh in the face of the clinicians and scientists who harm you and your children for profit. Among the more than 100,000 people in 38 countries who have embarked on an organic sulfur regimen, none has fallen ill from influenza, even among those who’ve been vaccinated.

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