Not your normal type of flowers!

Sulphur Flowers are an antiseptic and anti-fungal. It is suitable for use on humans, animals, vegetables, fruits, flowers and as a gardening additive in the soil. It is safe to ingest in the correct quantities and is extremely versatile, treating anything from acne to arthritis. Sulphur is a mild antiseptic and parasiticide used as a cream or lotion to treat acne and scabies and is also used in homoeopathic medicines. Sulphur Flowers comes as a bright yellow powder, obtained from naturally-occurring volcanic brimstone deposits. It is a natural mineral that has been used as a remedy for centuries.

Sulphur is nature’s beauty mineral for healthy hair, beautiful skin & strong nails. In fact, it's a vital component of collagen, the protein that helps skin maintain its youthful elasticity.

However, this amazing mineral does more than promote skin health! The body uses Sulphur to maintain bone and joint health as well. It's involved in the production of collagen, the principal protein of tendons and cartilage.

You can mix it with skin oils and skin creams, for use on your own skin, also for pets, farm animals and poultry.


How to make your own body lotion

You can mix 3 tablespoons of the sulphur with 1 cup of cream of your choice. Use as normal.

You can also apply flowers of sulphur directly to your skin as a dry powder. Shake it on and rub it in.

For the garden

Flowers of sulphur may be used in the garden to prevent the growth of certain fungi and bacteria that cause plant rot. Sulphur combined with fatty acids also can control powdery mildew growing on roses, house plants and several other varieties of fruit-bearing plants.

Sulphur also acts as a soil conditioner and helps reduce the sodium content of soils. Sulphur in plants is a component of some vitamins and is important in helping give flavour to mustard, onions and garlic. Plants that are not able to intake enough sulphur will exhibit yellowing of leaves that seems remarkably similar to nitrogen deficiency. With sulphur depletion, problems tend to show up on the younger leaves first followed by the older leaves. In plants depleted of nitrogen, the older leaves at the bottom are first affected, moving upwards.

Interesting facts:

  • It's a component of gunpowder and believed to have been used in the ancient flamethrower weapon called "Greek Fire".
  • When Sulphur burns, it does so with a blue flame.
  • It's found in the antibiotic penicillin and is used for fumigation against diseases and pests.
  • Mankind has known Sulphur since ancient times. The Bible mentions it as Brimstone.


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