The inorganic sulphur is a blessing for the intestines. Not to be confused with organic sulfur, widely known as MSM, inorganic sulfur is still relatively unknown. It is very beneficial for health, especially for the intestine. What the inorganic sulfur can do and how to use it, you will learn in this article.

History of sulphur

Some people claim that sulphur is poisonous, which is not true at all. For many thousands of years sulphur has been used as a remedy. The first records date back to about 500 BC. In 1913 all knowledge and literature about sulphur was destroyed and replaced by modern science and orthodox medicine. The knowledge is now being reclaimed bit by bit and should be used urgently. Dr. Karl Probst was one of the first to bring the effects of sulphur back into the public domain.

What sulphur does in the body

Inorganic sulphur is yellow and floury in consistency, similar to starch. Sulphur is also tasteless. Inorganic sulphur has a decisive, special property: it gives off plenty of electrons, which not many substances can do. This means that sulphur has a strong redox potential. It is therefore able to radically snatch electrons from the body. Electrons are automatically given to make them harmless. Many free radicals and pathogenic germs can be neutralized by inorganic sulfur.

Especially in the intestine this property plays a major role. The intestine is slagging more and more due to food defects, environmental toxins, medication and other factors. The waste products accumulate in the intestinal flora and have to be removed. There are different methods for intestinal rehabilitation, whereby the sulphur cure is one of the most elegant. Over the time of application, it ensures that the intestinal environment gradually improves and optimises itself again. Patogenic germs disappear. As soon as the intestine is functioning well again, there is also a healthy intestinal flora. This in turn is necessary for a well-functioning immune system.

Application of inorganic sulphur

Inorganic sulphur is freely marketable. You can get it for example in pharmacies and on the Internet. You can get one package for about eight euros and it lasts very long. The sulphur cure is therefore an inexpensive way to cleanse the intestines.

A distinction is made between children and adults. The target dose for children is half a teaspoon before or with each meal, for adults it is a whole teaspoon. It is important to keep an eye on this dosage when taking it. It should be started with a small dose, such as the tip of a knife. Sulphur triggers various reactions in the body, depending on the severity of the disease and age. The sulphur interacts with the radicals and the bad intestinal bacteria in the body. This produces various substances, including hydrogen sulphide. This is not dangerous, but it stinks. It can cause flatulence and several bowel movements a day. The bowel movements and the intestinal wind are very smelly. For the beginning of a sulphur cure, a holiday or a long weekend should be considered if possible to test how stressful the treatment is. The unpleasant odours usually last only a few days, only in severe cases they can last several weeks. The sulphur cure can be terminated as soon as the smell of the bowel movement is neutral.

As sulphur does not harm the body, it can also be taken prophylactically, for example in autumn when the cold season starts. The immune system is stabilized and protects better against infections. This is practiced by various armies around the world. In America it is known that soldiers regularly take sulphur to stay healthy. Sulfur is not a problem for skin and mucous membranes and can be taken at home without any problems. If you suffer from intestinal problems or frequent infections, a sulphur cure is advisable. The results in our practice with the sulphur cure according to Dr. Probst are great, so we can recommend it highly.

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