Glutathione, an antioxidant produced by the body that fastens to and gets rid of toxins, is necessary to help purge the body of poisonous metabolic waste and to maintain the immune system. When exposed to oxidative stress like drugs, toxic chemicals, disease, aging, stress, and inflammation, glutathione levels drop.
Reduced L-Glutathione™ Plus Capsules – $35.00
Reduced L-Glutathione™ Plus capsules are specially engineered, without excipients, using high purity pharmaceutical grade reduced L-glutathione and sodium bicarbonate. Reduced L-Glutathione™ Plus capsules can be administered via nebulizer without tissue irritation. An isotonic solution is produced when one Reduced L-Glutathione™ Plus capsule is dissolved in roughly 5 milliliters of distilled water. These capsules are perfect for nebulization. Another excellent way of getting glutathione is through suppositories.
Glutathione Suppositories, 30-day supply – $99.00
Glutathione is considered to be the most powerful, most versatile and most important of the body’s self-generated antioxidants that are found in almost all living cells. It is also considered to be one of the most powerful anticancer agents manufactured by the body. Glutathione works as a detoxification agent to remove heavy metals and other common toxins that our bodies are exposed to on a regular basis. It is also used to aid in treatment of liver disease, ulcers and neurological conditions, as well as to assist in overall immune function. Reduced Glutathione suppositories utilize an antioxidant makeup to aid the body in neutralizing free radicals and prevent their formation, while protecting valuable proteins.
Glutathione Spray, 2 oz – $39.90
Recommended by Dr. Garry Gordon, Dr. Lyn Hanshew and Dr. Charles Scott because it increases intracellular glutathione by over 10% in 7 hours. Sub mucosal absorption: instant bioavailability. Taking supplemental glutathione orally is usually a waste of time because it has a very poor absorption rate. This glutathione creates similar blood levels as intravenous infusion. Nanotechnology, liposomalized glutathione has an exceptionally high rate of absorption. Glutathione is important enough that two or all three methods of application should be employed. As with most of the protocol substances, it’s important to use high concentrations to receive the full potential of a pharmaceutical effect.
There is always intravenous glutathione for the most medically challenging situations but when using nebulization, this oral sub muscosal formula and suppositories together one can compete in effectiveness with IV application at a fraction of the cost. If one is not familiar with this most important enzyme please see this short video presentation.
A Japanese study showed that even low concentrations of DMSO (sulfur) had radio-protective effects through the facilitation of DNA double-strand break repair, providing protection against radiation damage at all cellular levels in the whole body. Boosting your body’s antioxidant levels is a key to surviving cancer. DMSO can be used for various medical applications.
In my Natural Allopathic Medicine protocol I suggest two principle products for sulfur supplementation. The first is organic sulfur and I have found a company with the best-priced and highest-quality product. Second I am recommending a new product from LL Magnetic Clay—magnesium oil with MSM (sulfur) added. It is a very nice transdermal way of driving sulfur into our systems and it makes the magnesium oil even oilier and better for the skin.
8 oz – $29.00
Ancient Minerals Magnesium Oil Ultra incorporates the unique synergistic benefits of MSM and magnesium. MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) has long been revered as a superior form of sulfur supplementation, but as a topical it enhances cell membrane permeability and facilitates more efficient uptake of magnesium ions. Ancient Minerals Magnesium Oil Ultra contains approximately 1.6 g elemental magnesium and 3.6 g of MSM per fl oz. I’m sure my readers will like this new magnesium oil formula. It’s gentler on the skin—the MSM counteracts the itching.
Pure Organic Sulfur Crystals, 1 lb – $29.95undefined
The organic sulfur company I have chosen is one of the best in terms of quality and very competitive price.
Organic sulfur (MSM) is an acid-forming mineral that is part of the chemical structure of the amino acids methionine, cysteine, taurine, and glutathione. Sulfur disinfects the blood, helps the body to resist bacteria, and protects the protoplasm of cells. It aids in necessary oxidation reactions in the body, stimulates bile secretion, and protects against the harmful effects of radiation and pollution. It is found in hemoglobin and in all body tissues and is needed for the synthesis of collagen, a principal protein that gives the skin its structural integrity.
You can add it to your morning smoothie, with bananas, pineapple, fruits and berries. You can add it to a big glass of water and add the juice of 1/4-1/2 of a lemon (or less, depending on your taste). Some people use apple cider vinegar instead of lemon juice. Find the amount that works best for you by experimenting. You can also dilute it further in water (I personally dilute 1-2 tablespoons in about a gallon of water and drink it throughout the day. This dilutes the slightly bitter taste, as well as saving me time, in that I don’t have to wait for it to dissolve in a glass of water). There are other ways to take it such as adding it to orange juice or tea. One health professional recommends a teaspoon in a 12-ounce glass of water with one teaspoon to one tablespoon of honey plus a pinch of cream of tartar (sold in the spices section of many stores, or online). That mixture takes away the bitter taste pretty well. Avoid hot liquids as too much heat breaks down the molecule.
Dosage: We recommend about 10 grams of organic sulfur per day on average, though many people take quite a bit more. For an average person with no specific health issues, a rounded teaspoon (about 5 grams) twice a day is about right, as the excess organic sulfur is cleared from the body in about 12 hours.
 An alternative mechanism for radioprotection by dimethyl sulfoxide; possible facilitation of DNA double-strand break repair; Kashino G, Liu Y, et al; J Radiat Res. 2010;51(6):733-40. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21116101