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Tales from the Crib, Sulfur, the Missing Piece of Nerve Conduction

Posted May 22 2009 12:00am

Epsom salt By Ronna Hochbein, OTR/L

Many docs and therapists who do biomed, seem to have missed the correlation between epsom salts (sulfur) and glutathione (gssh). All the docs typically recommend glutathione for detoxification (it is a tripeptide, produced in the liver, and typically decreased in sensory children and children on the spectrum)

I first noticed the correlation with my own son. At five, he was unable to imitate and motor plan even the simplest of hand song games-always resulting in tantrums. After our first gluathione IV (after driving 6 hours) my other two sons were sliding down a sliding board in their room (on their feet like they were surfing-i know-theyre boys sigh) and then vaulting over a barricade. With my poor kids low tone, it would be a feat to just make it to the top of the slide-the rest of it would be a pipe dream.

Well, he slid down,on his feet, jumped the barricade, and turned to me and yelled "I did it!"

Not a dry eye in the house that night.

SO-another case in point-from this very week.

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