Can organic sulfur be used topically as a health aid?


Woman's eyeReader asks: I read online that DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide) can be applied topically to the body to provide various health benefits. What about organic sulfur? In addition to consuming sulfur internally, can it also provide many health benefits by applying the product directly on the skin or face or another part of the anatomy?

MY RESPONSE
Put a small amount of organic sulfur on your toothbrush and apply it like toothpaste directly on your gums. Perform this procedure several times a week. In time, you should begin to see an overall improvement in the health of your gums. As noted on Chris Kresser’s health website, sulfur is necessary for collagen synthesis, which gives skin its structure and strength.

Organic sulfur can also be dissolved in water and used as an eye drop solution as a way to address certain visionary issues by regenerating the cells in the eyes. To create the eye drops, mix one teaspoon of sulfur in four ounces of hot tap water and pour the dissolved solution into a small spray bottle. Spray the sulfur-and-water mixture into the corner of your eyes (caution: let the sulfur mixture cool sufficiently before applying directly to the eyes).

While the Cellular Matrix Study has no confirmed cases of blind individuals who have regained their sight by applying eye drops containing sulfur, there have been other reports where ophthalmologists have called their patients to ask what happened to the cataracts, corneal dystrophy, macular degeneration, or lens occlusion that they were going to remove surgically. Study Director Patrick McGean notified me that he has been regularly spraying his eyes with a sulfur solution for years and has seen his prescription improve from minus 4 to minus 3.

McGean spent many years photographing people’s eyes and faces when he worked in the medical field. He said that the hyaloid artery runs from the optic nerve to the posterior lens capsule and may lose its original patent state and become occluded when a person enters his or her 40s. Our diets are inherently deficient in natural sulfur, and McGean has found that when organic sulfur is included in the diet, the hyaloid can regain its patent status. Internally consuming just a teaspoon of organic sulfur, twice a day, contains as much sulfur as eating a pound of garlic.

REFERENCES

DMSO: Many Uses, Much Controversy
Maya Muir
http://bit.ly/XVT9D0

Chris Kresser » Nutrition for Healthy Skin: Omega-3 Fatty Acids, Biotin, and Sulfur
http://bit.ly/HjMKRS

Persistent hyaloid artery with an aberrant peripheral retinal attachment: A unique presentation
Oman Journal of Opthalmalogy
http://1.usa.gov/1kA0Cc8

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