Posted by Terry on December 03, 2004 at 18:15:05:
In Reply to: msm and parasites posted by The Live Blood Study on December 03, 2004 at 07:41:45:
I take 7000 mg of the MSM, Lignisul and OptiMSM bought from this website, as a maintenance dose daily.
The tincture is to be used for a two-week period, off for a week, and that cycle repeated three more times, although I only do it twice. I use a local store brand, but I first used the Clarkia brand.
So, I take MSM and I still get some parasites. So I would say that MSM does not kill parasites. And the ingredients used in the tincture (especially the wormwood) have been known for generations as parasite killers.
: The Study has no direct experience with parasites other than yeast, Candida. But Yahoo is repleat with references to all form of gastrointestinal parasites and explains why sulfur discourages the infestation of parasites. The parasites all have barbs to hook into the stomach lining which
: becomes to pliable and flexible to allow these
: barbs to "hook" and they are passed through the
: system. The sulfur can't hurt, can you say the same about the tincture suggested? Whose MSM do you take? How much?
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