Taking Organic Sulfur to treat Crohn’s disease


Man with painful stomachReader writes: “My college-aged son suffers from Crohn’s disease. His doctor prescribed 150 mg of Imuran to treat his condition. In addition, the physician recommended that my son embark on a gluten-free diet and begin taking natural supplements such as probiotics and organic sulfur. However, a homeopathic chiropractor is trying to dissuade my son from taking sulfur, for he feels that the product would be hard to digest. Do you agree? If he starts taking organic sulfur, would that adversely alter the effects of Imuran? My son just stated taking Imuran and does not want to stop until he feels that his health has stabilized sufficiently as a result of his dietary changes.

MY RESPONSE
Crohn’s disease is a chronic inflammatory condition of the gastrointestinal tract. According to posts on the Ask a Patient forum, Crohn’s disease sufferers who take Imuran as part of their treatment are likely to experience joint pain, fatigue, and hair loss as a side effect.

While I don’t have the medical background or knowledge that would enable me to answer the reader’s question about digestion, I do know that organic sulfur can be taken along with prescribed medications. The one stipulation is that organic sulfur needs to be taken first, 30 minutes prior to all medications and dietary supplements, including multi-vitamins. The reason for this is because pills and tablets typically contain additives such as magnesium stearate, calcium stearate, or silicon dioxide that interfere with the uptake of sulfur.

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2 Responses to “Taking Organic Sulfur to treat Crohn’s disease”

  1. Nick Adams Says:

    Your son may want to research Stephanie Seneff’s work on regaining digestive tract health by avoiding corn and corn syrup. She found that 90% of corn grown in the US is now “round up ready” so they can spray the whole plant with the ingredient glyphosate. While there is nothing inherently wrong with GMO corn, nor does glyphosate driectly affect human cells, the glyphosate kills and irritates and transforms the colony of gut bacteria which lives within all of us. She particularly implicated glyphosate in causing IBS and leaky gut syndrome.

  2. admin Says:

    Have been introduced to Dr. Seneff’s research and have attened one of her workshops in the past. Here is the link to her website: http://people.csail.mit.edu/seneff/

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