Is your organic sulfur free of fillers and additives?


No fillers or additivesReader asks, Do you sell the same sulfur that Patrick McGean recommends? Also, is your product free of excipients like silicon dioxide? I want to make sure I get sulfur that has not been contaminated by other additives. Also, where are you located: USA or Canada?

As one of Patrick McGean’s distributors who is based in Northern California, I sell the same, additive-free sulfur that he promotes on his weekly radio shows.

A great number of MSM supplements have been crushed into a powder or heated to over 480 degrees Fahrenheit – standard manufacturing methods that destroy the crystalline structure of organic sulfur and blocks the bio-availability of sulfur to human cells.

In contrast, our organic sulfur supplement comes straight out of the precipitator without being exposed to intense heat.

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7 Responses to “Is your organic sulfur free of fillers and additives?”

  1. nick femia Says:

    is your organic sulfur crysalized? is hesh goldstiens organic sulfur any different than yours?

  2. admin Says:

    My organic sulfur is the same crystalline product that Hesh Goldstein sells.

  3. Amy Says:

    How do I order?

  4. Despre Says:

    Yes, how do I order? And how do I get it down under?

  5. admin Says:

    Dear Despre, while I’ve emailed you a more detailed response, you can place your order directly from my site. Just select the tab labeled “Store” at the top of the home page. http://www.organicsulfur4health.com/#menu

  6. Ramy Says:

    Hi i have rear disease called PVNS pigmented villonodular synovitis would msm organic sulphur help and get rid of that disease and how much would i need to take sulphur per day.

  7. admin Says:

    While I cannot offer any empirical evidence to prove that organic sulfur will make your PVNS symptoms disappear or how long it would take before you begin to see any positive change, I will say that it can’t hurt to try, as the product is classified as a food and not a drug. Dosage is dependent upon your general state of health and weight. If you weigh over 200 pounds or suffer from a variety of challenging health issues, then you should probably take more than the standard adult dosage, which is 1 teaspoon of sulfur twice a day.

    Various websites have offered their views about the efficacy of MSM and organic sulfur. For instance, FoodMatters.tv posted a report in 2013 where the writer stated that MSM is a beneficial nutrient for your bone health, helping conditions like arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis and that taking adequate supplements of MSM helps in:

    • Improving joint flexibility
    • Reducing pain and swelling
    • Reducing stiffness
    • Improving circulation
    • Improving cell vitality

    http://bit.ly/1MzLj28

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