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Re: Crazy? - When there is more than enough physical evidence?
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Re: Crazy? - When there is more than enough physical evidence?

Sulphur is supposed to be a very valuable to the body, but not everybody has the ability to use it properly.

Other than this, I've only heard good things about sulfur at regular concentrations.

The blood was greenish-BLACK in this man (the first article I read said greenish-BLACK).

I forget where I collected this from.

Carbon disulfide, carbon oxysulfide, hydrogen sulfide, and sulfur dioxide should all be handled with care.
Although sulfur dioxide is sufficiently safe to be used as a food additive in small amounts, at high concentrations it reacts with moisture to form sulfurous acid which in sufficient quantities may harm the lungs, eyes or other tissues. In organisms without lungs such as insects or plants, it otherwise prevents respiration.
Hydrogen sulfide is quite toxic (more toxic than cyanide).[citation needed] Although very pungent at first, it quickly deadens the sense of smell, so potential victims may be unaware of its presence until it is too late.

I don't know the difference, if any between "sulfhaemoglobinaemia" and "thiemia" (excess of sulfur in the blood),
Scroll down to read about asphyxiation (breathing exercises you say?).

The smell of the shampoo might require that you don't have a sensitive nose.


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