Sulfur Power


BILL RICH, A RETIRED MECHANIC IN Portland, Ore., flashes back to 1970 when he tells the horrifying story of being trapped inside a burning car. "The doctors spent six months trying to put me back together," he says. But left with a patchwork of keloid scars from the burns and skin grafts, Rich admits, "I made Frankenstein look handsome."



The article discusses the benefits of methylsulfonyl-methane (MSM), also known as dimethyl sulfone. MSM, a bioavailable source of sulfur, is important for supplying the building blocks for the pr...

Lupus: A Woman With Lupus, and a Whole Lot More


A long-standing case of a woman with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus is presented. Based upon a number of characteristic symptoms -left-sidedness, starting awake on falling asleep, sensitivity to to...

Sulphur Metabolism in Autism


Purpose: Previous studies in autistic children have shown that they have reduced levels of plasma sulphate as compared with age-matched control children and the aim of this study was to see if th...

Managing eczema


The article focuses on the use of homeopathy in treating eczema and presents several case studies. As stated, eczema varies in severity with atopic eczema being the most common form and genetic i...

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