AN Examiner story about a "miracle dust" cure for arthritis has started a run on local health food stores.
In the article, which appeared on our Family pages at the beginning of this month, former supermarket owner Edward Lodge, of Honley, wanted to share the secret of a form of organic sulphur called methylsulfonylmethane (or MSM, for short).
Previously it was sold as a treatment for stiff joints in dogs and horses. But Edward, 74, and other humans found it would do the same job for them too.
One store, Holland and Barrett, reported that because of demand they sold out - and even started a waiting list for the next lot of supplies, due in this week!