Your voice contains nuances you may not be aware of

The human voice is a marvelous sound instrument that has the ability to evoke a powerful response in the listener. Imagine being in a crowd where a popular singer or orator is preparing to step up to the mic. You hear them sing or say just a few notes or words and there’s usually a sense of awe and instant recognition. Composed of audio frequencies that can be mathematically measured using modern technology, our voice is a microscopic window into our emotions, our innermost thoughts, and the state of our health.

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For minor cuts, try applying a water solution of organic sulfur

Consider yourself lucky if you’ve never cut yourself accidentally on a sharp piece of glass or while preparing a meal using a kitchen knife. If you ever cut yourself in this manner (as I did recently) and want to stop the bleeding quickly, try placing several drops of an organic sulfur solution onto the wound in addition to wrapping the affected area with a paper towel or napkin and applying pressure.

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Researcher links adverse reactions to Gardasil to the toxins that they contain

On July 28, 2017, the Power Hour Radio Show interviewed bioacoustic biology expert Sharry Edwards to discuss her latest findings regarding her cutting-edge software technology that is able to associate toxic exposures and specific health problems to the notes and frequencies found in the human voice.

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To my overseas followers: Thank you for your support!

This year I have had the unexpected pleasure of fulfilling a large number of organic sulphur orders from overseas buyers. I am grateful that the health benefits of the product are being communicated globally. At the same time, I believe it is vitally important to point out the challenges of delivering this product to certain regions of the world.

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Is Flowers of Sulphur Comparable to MSM?

Reader says, A friend told me recently that she’s been applying a yellow powder called Flowers of Sulphur (FOS) to gain relief from her various skin ailments. Is FOS related to or comparable to MSM? For instance, could I take FOS orally and receive similar health benefits? If not, how is FOS used?

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What foods are good sources of sulfur/MSM?

Sulfur performs many vital functions for our body, such as forming connective tissues and producing an array of hormones, enzymes (Coenzyme A), vitamins (B1 and B7), and amino acids (cysteine and methionine). While a wide variety of vegetables and protein foods contain sulfur in the form of MSM (methylsulfonylmethane), much of this nutrient dissipates from cooking and modern food processing methods. Many degenerative diseases may be linked to a lack of sulfur in the human diet.

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Has a minimum daily requirement been established for sulfur?

Even though sulfur is a crucial nutrient, especially because of its vital role in maintaining the health and integrity of our cellular system, a recommended minimum daily requirement has not been established.

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