of Sulphur / Sublime Sulphur / Brimstone
A bright yellow powder obtained from natural deposits of the mineral.
Apply like talcum powder. It is safe to use and does no harm if ingested. It is
a natural and pure product. Many people years ago would take Brimstone &
Treacle. To ‘sort you out’ another use for this. It is supposed to cure mouth
ulcers & cure sore throats and throat infections! Now that could be really
For putting on the animals, put it
in a flour shaker, an old talc tin or use a powder puff. Just put it on and
results are quite quick. It stops all itching, it is antiseptic and antifungal.
You can put it on wounds, grazes etc too. Brilliant for animals and for people
too, I am told for eczema or psoriasis.
It even stops a gnat bite from itching! It can also be mixed with Udder
Cream, Pig Oil or Liquid Paraffin.
Powdered sulphur which is sometimes dusted onto vines to protect them from
powdery mildew (called oidium in French).
For Club Root, Cabbages, Brussel Sprouts etc, dip the transplants in flowers of
Flowers of Sulphur is brilliant for sweet itch, lice, mud fever, cuts and
abrasions, just about everything, being anti fungal and antiseptic. It is also
good for lice and fleas. I use it liberally on my animals. It can be put on
wounds and it helps the healing process too. Any skin irritations. Mange &
Flea allergies, scabies.
It is cheap compared to proprietary medications, apply as much or as little as
Dust onto flower bulbs when you store them and it helps prevent rot.
Pour a trail around an ants nest, is a safe way to eradicate ants.
Dogs: Brilliant for all skin rashes, mange, flea allergies. Appears to
keep fleas away.
Horses: . A small amount used daily can help with itchy skin conditions
and also when mixed with udder cream, pig oil or even lard, it helps with mud
fever conditions. One cupped handful to 5lt of Pig oil is what has been
suggested to me. It is Antiseptic & antifungal. It kills Lice and is good
for mite infestations. Ringworm too. It is also very good for Sweet Itch.
Warm a jar of vaseline and add 2 tablespoons of flowers of sulphur. Mix
Dust flower bulbs to prevent rot
Fine grade sulphur powder for rapid soil pH correction.
A remedy for: Skin disorders : Dermatitis; eczema; psoriasis; dry, flaky, itchy
skin or scalp. It is used for killing bacteria on the skin.
Arthritis: In many arthritis preparations.
It is supposedly a human remedy for hair re-growth too.
It appears to keep fleas away and applied to my cat, she no longer has a flea
allergy. I put a dessert spoonful in my dogs water bucket daily.
Warning: If you are wearing a silver ring when
applying sulphur, it will go black.
Sulphur was known to ancient societies, and in the Bible it is called Brimstone.
Among the various conditions to which it has been applied as a medication for
some 2,000 years are skin disorders such as scabies. Commercially, sulfur is
used in the production of dyes, fungicides, and gunpowder. Homeopathic Sulphur
is mainly used to treat skin conditions, such as eczema, candidiasis, or diaper
rash where the skin looks permanently dirty and is dry, scaly, itchy, red, and
worse from being scratched, and a dry scalp.
Digestive complaints that are helped by this remedy include a tendency to
regurgitate food; indigestion that is worsened by drinking milk; vomiting and
chronic diarrhoea that occur early in the morning; hunger pain with a sinking
feeling in the stomach that occurs around 11 a.m. itchy, burning haemorrhoids;
redness and itching around the anus; and anal fissures.
In women, Sulphur is effective for premenstrual syndrome symptoms, for example,
headaches, irritability, and insomnia, and menopausal symptoms, such as
flushing, dizziness, and sweating.
Sulphur is also given for mental stress, lack of energy and willpower;
forgetfulness; irritability; depression; disturbed sleep with nightmares; early
waking; and indecision.
There is a parasite that attacks Bees, it is believed that possibly contact
with sulphur can prevent this parasite, although this is not yet proven. The
parasite is Varroa destructor.
A little sulphur mixed with a little talcum powder re vulcanizes rubber.
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