Please be a little more diligent if you are going to take on the role of savior.
Your comment about sulphur was a half truth at best.
According to Dr. Cutler, some people will have terrible problems taking in added sulphur with diet or supplements. Technically, sulphur is not a chelator, chelators are chelators. The proper chemical chelators have dithiol chains.
For some people who are toxic with mercury, lead, cadmium, etc, taking supplemental sulphur can send them into a tailspin.
I think also that your histamine 'theory' may have relevance to your situation at this particular moment in time, but you are doing a disservice by implying that all adrenal sufferers are undergoing the same problem. In psychology undergraduate courses they call this projection == the surest sign of a neophyte.
Also realize that your success is not necessarily applicable to everyone else in this forum. And your recent success may not prove to be the ultimate answer for yourself in the long run.
Regarding methylation, you are off base as well there too. For some people increasing their methylation can also be disastrous. For mercury toxic people, artificially speeding up methylation through supplements will create methyl-mercury in the liver. This form of mercury is 100 times more toxic than garden variety toxic mercury. This is a great way to destroy a person's liver, far more effective than binge drinking.
And a note to other people: please be careful who and where you take information from. A random person's health history on the internet, whatever their story may be, does not necessarily have relevance to your own health problems.