|Submit Date:||26 Oct 2010|
|Author:||jw gilly, delray beach fl|
|Treatment used:||sulfur powder|
|You can buy this remedy at:||drug store|
|Remedy will cost you:||unknown|
|Country of Remedy:||USA|
|Remedy Source:||"Letters to the Editor", Time, Oct 18,2010, p.10|
|More Links about this Remedy:||http://www.http://bbs2.mrlandlord.com/display.php?id=13888745|
|# Comments posted to this remedy:||0|
|# of times remedy read:||4,743|
|Dosage should be related to weight:||unknown|
|Dosages used in clinical trials are significant:||unknown|
|Maximum dosages in relation to side effects and serious side effects:||unknown|
|Other foods/nutrients/medications that can affect absorption or utilization:||unknown|
|Foods that provide the nutrient recommended as a remedy (or reference giving same):||unknown|
|Total # reviewers:||0|
|No Side Effects:||0.00|
|Ease of Use:||0.00|
|Effective after long term use:||0.00|
"letters to the Editor", Time, Oct 18,2010, p.10
Sixty years ago, as a teenager, I spent my summer
vacation on my uncle's farm in the south of France.
My bedroom got bedbugs. we sealed the window
by gluing strips of newspapers to the frame.
Then we put plates of sulfur on the floor.
We sealed the door the same way we sealed the
windows. My uncle lit the blue powder with long
kitchen matches. After three days, the room was
aired out. No more bugs employ at your own risk.
--JW Gilly, Delray Beach FL
When I was a kid (45 years ago) you could buy sulfur candles in the hardware store. We
used to take them to school and light them in classrooms as a prank. Maybe they are still