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Potential Benefits: Sulphur has a reputation as being the body's beautifying mineral. If you have ever immersed yourself in a Sulphur spring, you know that this statement is true. Another reason for this claim to fame probably has to do with the fact that Sulphur is in keratin which keeps hair, fingernails and skin strong and healthy.

Sulphur helps the body rid itself of toxins which is why it's known as a detoxifier. Sulphur has many anti aging properties and it helps relieve the symptoms associated with age related conditions such as arthritis.

Sulphur has been used to relieve the symptoms of skin conditions like eczema and plays a key role in metabolising the B Vitamins including Biotin.  

Description: Sulphur is an amazing mineral that has a historical reputation for curing many ailments and alleviating the symptoms of many conditions. In third place behind Calcium and Phosphorus, Sulphur is the most abundant mineral in the human body.

Every single living cell inside the body contains an element of Sulphur and it is also a component of amino acids which are seen as the building blocks of the body.



Potential Side Effects: High doses can cause Crohn’s Disease, nerve degeneration, Lou Gehrig’s, asthma from sulphites, inflammatory vascular/joint degeneration.

Potential Interaction: Since most people get sufficient quantities of Sulphur from their diets, instances of Sulphur deficiency are extremely rare.

Symptoms of Sulphur Deficiency may include skin problems or disorders, muscle pain, nerve disorders, circulatory trouble, arthritis, inflammation, damages resulting from free radicals, stress, infection, constipation and wrinkles.

General Usage: Should be taken daily.

Food Sources: Almonds, Artichokes, Asparagus, Bakery Products, Bean Curd, Bean Sprouts, Beans, Bok Choy, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Carob, Cauliflower, Cheese, Chives, Chocolate, Coffee, Collard Greens, Cream, Daikon Radish, Eggs, Garlic, Green Beans, Horseradish, Honey, Hazelnuts, Kale, Leeks, Lentils, Milk, Miso Soup, Onions, Papaya, Peas, Peanuts, Pineapple, Radish, Red Onions, Rutabaga Suede, Sauerkraut, Shallots, Sour Cream, Spinach, Split Peas, Tempeh, Tofu, Turnip, Turmeric, Whey, Yeast Extract (Non MSG).