Tarsul dosages vary according to a persons size, and the severity of symptoms. Usually, modern doctors and pharmacists separate people into three groups: adults, children and babies. Hippocrates and his colleagues believed much more information was required to properly outline a treatment. At Tarsul we may align more closely to the methods used by Hippocrates.
Doses are different for each condition…
Tarsul may be used for a number of conditions or simply as a daily supplement to ensure a healthy diet. Dosages can be so small that the effect is barely noticed. Conversely, a person can be affected almost immediately by some recommended dosages. Most importantly, ALL symptoms and dosages should be closely monitored to ensure efficacy and safety.
Tarsul creates a laxative effect at higher dosages. This is the reason the ingredients in Tarsul show up in 100 year old medical prescriptions. The laxative effect can be seen as a warning sign for people not treating conditions such as constipation or hemorrhoids. For example, we don’t want to be running the the bathroom if we are in a forest and we just took a pill to ward off mosquitoes. With this in mind, please respect the power of Tarsul and pay attention to your dosages and symptoms.
The following are recommended dosages for the conditions we list here on our website. These dosages are a baseline which may be used for self treatment. Daily sulfur intake for an adult may vary from 1/2 gram (low) to almost 2 grams per day (very high). Small children may ingest only 1/20th of a gram per day in their diet. Ingested potassium may be anywhere from 2 grams to 8 grams per day. Most likely, Tarsul users will not be ingesting potassium or sulfur at the higher levels. We submit that you are here because one or both those levels is on the low side with you or someone you know. However, please continue to keep a close eye on your symptoms and doses while using Tarsul.
Here is a table of baseline Tarsul dosages:
We have records for overdoses of 6 tablespoons of Cream of Tartar sending a couple people to the hospital with identical symptoms of hyperkalemia. That is 102.72 grams of Cream of Tartar which contains 21.34 grams of potassium; about twice the amount of potassium which would be ingested in a rigorously monitored high potassium diet! An equivalent dose of Tarsul would be 124.08 grams or 5 teaspoons short of a whole 150 gram bottle. These cases were for two body builders looking to purge. The symptoms were vomiting, diarrhea, muscle weakness and dehydration. They recovered quickly once in a doctor’s care
We can see that it would be difficult to overdose on Tarsul by mistake. Most importantly, the above cases illustrate how a balanced diet and a balanced health plan can be the key to health. We can see Tarsul’s power by looking at the dangers. Furthermore, we can see how a very small amount can make a big difference.
Tarsul Best Care…
As usual, we recommend care in planning dosages and observing symptoms. Dosages can be adjusted according to symptoms. Additionally, take the time to study your condition and always consult a nurse or doctor if conditions do not respond to treatment. Also, when you have success with Tarsul, don’t just order more. Send us a note about your experience!