Sulfur is a chemical element with important beneficial properties. This mineral was already known in ancient times as a method to purify the environments. It is the sulfur that Ulysses, in the Odyssey of Homer, uses to purify the house before he meets Penelope after the massacre of the suitors. Today we know that sulfur has an energetic action since it has a role in converting carbohydrates into energy, but it has also a detoxifying action by promoting the elimination of toxins that accumulate in the body. In addition to this, sulfur is helpful in case of dermatitis and allergic affections, hives, allergic asthma, gives elasticity to the bones, is useful to treat rheumatism and circulatory disorders and it maintains also muscle tone. Sulfur is taken with nutrition, vegetables, cabbage, lean meat and fish, but also eggs and garlic are rich in sulfur. As a supplement the intake varies from one dose per day to three doses per week, in combination with the basic trace element, manganese, or other trace elements such as phosphorus, lithium or copper. Finally, sulfur is also used as a preparation of soaps to combat oily skin, acne, blackheads, seborrheic dermatitis and psoriasis thanks to the exfoliating, antiseptic, astringent, healing and disinfectant properties. You can gently use the soap on the skin and rinse, use only once a day in the evening and then hydrate the skin to avoid irritation. Because of the very deep action of sulfur, avoid using it on healthy skin.
Detoxifying and energetic action, a support for skeleton and muscles, useful in case of allergic affections of various types such as asthma, rhinitis or hives, dermatitis, psoriasis, it has exfoliating, antiseptic, healing and disinfectant properties useful to treat very oily skin, acne, blackheads, seborrheic dermatitis and psoriasis.