Patrick McGean, Doc Stump, and John Panigutti share their collective wit and wisdom about the oxygen transport mineral we know as sulfur.
Richard L. “Doc” Stump (ph: 765-288-8767) is a retired physician who practiced medicine in Indiana. John Panigutti (ph: 203-615-0069) is the Director of the Cellular Matrix Study in New England.
Patrick McGean has served as Director of the Live Blood and Cellular Matrix Study since 1991. Using data from his worldwide study, he has documented how sulfur deficiency that is endemic in our society is directly connected with chronic illness and disease. Further information about McGean’s background can be found on the EnCognitive.com website under the The Live Blood and Cellular Matrix Study heading.
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What is brimstone?
Brimstone (man now calls it “sulfur/sulphur”) is a lemon-yellow colored stone. Brimstone means, “burning stone” or, “the stone that burns.”
Fire and brimstone
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fire and brimstone is an idiomatic expression of signs of God’s wrath in the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament. In the Bible, they often appear in reference to the fate of the unfaithful. “Brimstone,” possibly the ancient name for sulfur, evokes the acrid odor of volcanic activity.
Posted by Kerry Gibbons on Oct. 31, 2005
How do you know if MSM is pure? Unfortunately, it’s fairly hard to find. Almost all stores have adulterated MSM because they want to handle product that “flows” better, not what’s better for you. Be sure to look at the lable (sic)–if it mentions inert ingredients like silicon dioxide or magnesium stearate, then it has fillers and flow agents which reduce the effectivity.