Sulflax: A Remedy For Stimulating Eliminations
The formula name, Sulflax, was created by combining the name of one of its key ingredients and its function. It contains the prefix “sulf” (sulfur) and “lax” (laxative), its remedial purpose.
Enhancing better eliminations is a major component for achieving better health – part of Dr. Harold J. Reilly’s C.A.R.E. formula: Circulation, Assimilation, Relaxation, Elimination. While some laxatives are considered too harsh for some systems, he did offer other means of assisting and stimulating eliminations. This particular formula is one such remedy, and it is recommended to individuals in the Cayce readings from the ages of 21 months to 74 years.
Amount and Frequency
Taking Sulflax® can extend from once per day for 2 to 3 days, up to as long as 2 weeks; the suggested use is in the middle range of this spread–from 3 to 7 days. Some are advised to take Sulflax in a series, such as 3 to 5 days, rest 5 days, then repeat. With just a few exceptions, it is to be taken daily in the morning before breakfast; for some every other day is suitable, and for a few twice a day–morning and evening–is recommended. It can be taken either dry or mixed in a glass of water, while a few mention warm or hot water. Some customers state that they added it to syrup or honey.
The length of time recommended for taking Sulflax often depended upon one’s reaction to it, so that once eliminations have begun, it can be discontinued. Ten days and 2 weeks is the longest recommended time for taking Sulflax consistently. As mentioned earlier, it can be taken in a series, with rest periods in between repetitions.
Expected Effects from Using Sulflax
As to the purpose of the remedy, it is a purifier and cleanser for the body–for the circulatory and digestive systems as well as a stimulant for the elimination system. In its role as a mild laxative, it not only will increase the eliminations and set up the better assimilating forces for the body, but it will also cleanse and purify the alimentary canal (the passageway extending from the mouth to the anus through which food is processed and digested).
Poor eliminations may be the indirect or direct cause of various physical ailments for which Dr. Reilly’s patients asked for help. It is always advisable to seek advice from a health professional when beginning a new regimen of treatment.
It’s important to keep in mind that very rarely is only one item suggested for a particular health problem. Other remedies, such as osteopathic adjustments, the three-day apple diet, massages, steams, or colonics, are also recommended either during or after the taking of Sulflax. Each remedy has its own function to aid and assist the body in coming to a better balanced condition.