{"id":1010576883827,"title":"Liquid Sulfur","handle":"liquid-sulfur","description":"Liquid Sulfur contains 2,000 milligrams per liter or approx. 60 mg's per ounce.Sulfur is known as a great health supporting mineral. Sulfur aids every cell in the elimination of toxic substances through agitation. Sulfur aids in enzyme reactions and protein synthesis. Sulfur also plays an important role in cellular respiration. Sulfur is the flexible bond that connects cells. Sulfur is the lubricant found between joints. A deficiency of water-soluble Sulfur can lead to a variety of conditions ranging from skin irritations and rashes to total breakdown of cellular regeneration.\n\n\nSulfur is a mineral needed for the manufacture of many proteins, including those forming hair, muscles, and skin. Sulfur contributes to fat digestion and absorption, because it is needed to make bile acids. Sulfur is also a constituent of bones, teeth, and collagen (the protein in connective tissue). As a component of insulin, sulfur is needed to regulate blood sugar. Sulfur is present in methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), a naturally-occurring substance available as a supplement. How much sulfur is usually taken? No recommended intake levels have been established for sulfur. Since most Western diets are high in protein, the majority of diets probably supply enough sulfur. Are there any side effects or interactions with sulfur? No side effects have been reported with the use of sulfur. At the time of writing, there were no well-known drug interactions with sulfur.\n\nSince ionic Sulfur does not build up in the body, it never reaches toxic levels. Therefore feel free to find the amount that works best for you. 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A deficiency of water-soluble Sulfur can lead to a variety of conditions ranging from skin irritations and rashes to total breakdown of cellular regeneration.\n\n\nSulfur is a mineral needed for the manufacture of many proteins, including those forming hair, muscles, and skin. Sulfur contributes to fat digestion and absorption, because it is needed to make bile acids. Sulfur is also a constituent of bones, teeth, and collagen (the protein in connective tissue). As a component of insulin, sulfur is needed to regulate blood sugar. Sulfur is present in methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), a naturally-occurring substance available as a supplement. How much sulfur is usually taken? No recommended intake levels have been established for sulfur. Since most Western diets are high in protein, the majority of diets probably supply enough sulfur. Are there any side effects or interactions with sulfur? No side effects have been reported with the use of sulfur. At the time of writing, there were no well-known drug interactions with sulfur.\n\nSince ionic Sulfur does not build up in the body, it never reaches toxic levels. Therefore feel free to find the amount that works best for you. Sulfur is best taken in the morning, as it opposes Copper which typically is consumed in the evening."}
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Liquid Sulfur contains 2,000 milligrams per liter or approx. 60 mg's per ounce.Sulfur is known as a great health supporting mineral. Sulfur aids every cell in the elimination of toxic substances through agitation. Sulfur aids in enzyme reactions and protein synthesis. Sulfur also plays an important role in cellular respiration. Sulfur is the flexible bond that connects cells. Sulfur is the lubricant found between joints. A deficiency of water-soluble Sulfur can lead to a variety of conditions ranging from skin irritations and rashes to total breakdown of cellular regeneration. Sulfur is a mineral needed for the manufacture of many proteins, including those forming hair, muscles, and skin. Sulfur contributes to fat digestion and absorption, because it is needed to make bile acids. Sulfur is also a constituent of bones, teeth, and collagen (the protein in connective tissue). As a component of insulin, sulfur is needed to regulate blood sugar. Sulfur is present in methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), a naturally-occurring substance available as a supplement. How much sulfur is usually taken? No recommended intake levels have been established for sulfur. Since most Western diets are high in protein, the majority of diets probably supply enough sulfur. Are there any side effects or interactions with sulfur? No side effects have been reported with the use of sulfur. At the time of writing, there were no well-known drug interactions with sulfur. Since ionic Sulfur does not build up in the body, it never reaches toxic levels. Therefore feel free to find the amount that works best for you. Sulfur is best taken in the morning, as it opposes Copper which typically is consumed in the evening.