The Many Benefits of Sulphur
English Name: Sulphur
Latin Name: Sulphur
What is Sulphur Made From?
Sulphur is an important mineral, and for use as a homeopathic remedy it undergoes a special preparation. It is purified, then ground into a fine powder which is soluble in water and alcohol. After dilution it undergoes trituration. The final product contains virtually no trace of the actual mineral.
What is Sulphur?
Sulphur is a homeopathic remedy commonly used for skin conditions, digestive disorders, gynecological issues, men’s sexual health and respiratory illness.
Homeopathic medicines may be produced from healing substances, neutral substances, or highly toxic substances. Yet through the unique homeopathic process, they all become safe, deep acting medicines. In fact, remedies made from poisonous or toxic material have effects opposite from the original substance. Homeopathic remedies are based on the belief that “like cures like,” in tiny dilution.
Medicinal Uses of Sulphur
Sulphur is a homeopathic remedy commonly used to treat skin conditions. It is helpful for skin irritations that are itchy and red, including eczema, psoriasis, diaper rash and cradle cap. Additional medicinal uses of Sulphur include digestive issues such as reflux, constipation and diarrhea, gynecological issues such as painful or irregular periods and PMS symptoms, menopausal flushes, erectile disfunction, respiratory illness with a dry and sore throat, migraine, abscesses, acne, ringworm, seborrhea, poison oak, rectal fissures, colitis and depression.
From a homeopathic remedy profile perspective, Sulphur is well-suited for people who tend to feel warm, seek coolness and outdoor air. They may feel burning pains and have offensive excretions or discharges of sweat, stool and urine. Food cravings include sweets, spicy foods, fats and alcohol, and food aversions may include eggs. Digestive complaints such as reflux, peptic ulcers and gastritis are common. They may complain of insomnia. Mentally and emotionally, they may be philosophical dreamers who are inventive but lack common sense. They may be idealists who enjoy expressing themselves to others and receiving recognition, coming across as self-absorbed yet extremely generous. As children, they are often imaginative, energetic and extroverted.
Products Featuring Sulphur
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The content provided is for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice. If you have a health condition, please consult a medical professional and do not use this information to self-diagnose or self-treat.
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Reviewed by Master Herbalist, Mary Ellen Kosanke