Alternatives to MSM anyone? - A little more indepth explanation follows:
In Norway, MSM is sadly on prescription, and it is illegal to import. I have lived for almost a month now on 50/50 soylent and ordinary food, and trying to at least take the vitamin supplements if I didnt get a whole day of Soylent. For me, even soylent is difficult to make a practical solution. However, I noticed that my psoriaris increased, I got some rashes, and one of my fingers didnt get better after some rock climbing, even weeks after. I figured that maybe I had sulphur defiency as I only relied on sulphur from protein. Maybe I need more. I dont know. Anyway, after I took two days off soylent and ate a sulphur rich diet of eggs and onions, things are turning to the better already.
So my question is, a good source of sulphur that probably isnt in chemical form, or is in a “natural” product like dried something. The other post mentioned garlic extract, but will that give you the dreaded garlic breath? How much sulphur per 100grams? Better sources? Sorry to open another thread on this, but it seems the standard answer is MSM, but I need something else. If iHerb has it in stock that would be even better, but my searches turned up nothing. Thanks