Diary of Unknown Symptoms

Mystery of the Internal Vibration

Entry for March 25, 2007

Sulfur

Benefits & Deficiency Symptoms

Sulfur is known as a healing 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. Pain and inflammation associated with various muscle and skeletal disorders indicate a deficiency of Sulfur.

It is believed that Sulfur can repair the myelin sheath, the protector on the end of every nerve in the body. Damage to the myelin sheath causes the shaking condition in palsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Lorenzo’s Disease and many other disease conditions where motor functions are uncontrollable.

Chronic or severe allergies to materials such as dust, pollen, wool, animal hair, feathers, etc. (with symptoms ranging from respiratory congestion to inflammation, itching and general discomfort) can be relieved with Sulfur. It increases blood circulation, reduces back pain, and relieves migraine headaches. Sulfur promotes muscle healing. Sulfur scavenges free radicals, beautifies the skin, and relieves allergies to food. Sulfur also controls acidity in stomach ulcers. Sulfur is important for carbohydrate metabolism and speeds wound healing. Sulfur is stored in the brain, nerves, bowel, liver and in all body cells, especially in the skin, hair and nails.

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March 25, 2007 Posted by | Health | , | Leave a comment

Entry for March 25, 2007

I posted this entry on March 11th, 2006. Maybe this is the reason I am feeling tired? I’ve been taking high doses of zinc now for three weeks. Still waiting for improvement in vitality.

One Suggested Supplemetation Regime

  • In the first week: take one 15-25mg dose per day.
  • Second week: two 15-25mg capsules or tablets per day.
  • Third week: one 50mg dose per day.
  • Fourth week: two 50mg doses per day.
  • Fifth and subsequent weeks: three 50mg doses per day.
  • The reason for this protracted introduction is that zinc treatment, in the presence of zinc deficiency, may initially induce a feeling of fatigue or depression: a slow introduction reduces this possibility. This initial paradoxical response (zinc is normally stimulant in its action – by improving vigor and vitality) is not inevitable but if it does occur it may discourage the user from continuing the treatment. Continued use, after two to three weeks, will normally result in the expected improvement in vitality. Tiredness persisting beyond this time suggests the need for additional oil supplements or the anti-oxidant vitamins or minerals.

    March 25, 2007 Posted by | Health | , | Leave a comment

    Entry for March 25, 2007

    Woke up around four in the morning with a vibration and cold hands and feet…I wonder if it was the extra copper and less magnesium? When I got out of bed, I noticed a pain in my lower back that worsens if I take a deep breath. It’s a different kind of pain and in a different area but it’s very similar to the pain I get for the mitral valve prolaspe. I am unable to take a really deep breath until it passes. This feeling has been happening on a off for a couple of weeks now and it goes away after a few seconds. When it does go away, I can feel it “jump” back into position. It’s really hard to explain…

    I won’t take any copper except for the homeopathic version and I’ll raise my zinc back to 100 mg, to see if that will make a difference on the vibration.

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    Entry for March 24, 2007

    Today I woke up and I wasn’t vibrating. Just as I got up out of bed, I had this weird upper chest pain. It was actually more like tightness and it was only in the upper left side of my chest. It was very weird so I took two magnesium and 12.5 of zinc along with my multivitamin. It’s the one that contains 0.5 of copper but I want to see if it makes any difference. It seemed to disappear after I took my vitamins but it was very weird.

    I had two bowel movements during the morning and they were both green in color. In fact, I’ve noticed the green stools over the past two days. Usually this can happen when I have some wheatgrass but I haven’t had any lately.

    All day my legs feel very heavy and I just have this overall lethargic feeling. I took another 12.5 of zinc at night along with one magnesium and off to an early bed.

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