Remedy: Flowers of sulphur
Flowers of sulphur uses, benefits, application.
Comment posted by Chiffon of Austin, Texas, USA on 22 July 2019 at 0:35 5166
I developed eye eczema at the beginning of this year. For months, I didn't know what it was. I tried povidine iodine, which knocked it back a lot but it was still hanging on. I could feel every eye blink and my eyelids were tender to the touch as well as a bit inflamed. Someone suggested vitamin E oil, which also gave me some relief and it kept it knocked back but not gone. I used flowers of sulphur when I was a teen to treat acne, as recommended by my father. I adhered it with Vaseline and I had an amazing complexion even though I had the oiliest skin of anyone I ever came across. I ordered flowers of sulphur online. I tried sticking it on with vitamin E oil but I got it in my eye. It burned, but it probably also helped anyway. I next tried coconut oil and I had better success. I used that only once after the other treatments were partially successful. All inflammation and pain are gone! Yes, flowers of sulphur works on eczema! I highly recommend it.
Comment posted by Margie of kuala Lumpur, Selangur, Malaysia on 17 April 2017 at 9:29 4570
I use flowers of sulpur mixed with virgin coconut oil it works perfect for my eczema, also heatrashes and all kind of inflammations.
Question posted by pebbles of Atlanta, GA, USA on 15 April 2016 at 22:22 4009
Can you use flours of sulfur with water and drink it?
Comment posted by Sarah Johns of Paigton, Devon, England on 5 September 2014 at 3:41 2852
I remember my mum putting this on my face during my teens (about 45 years ago) because I had very bad acne. After squeezing out each spot, some big one's too, she disinfected them and dusted my face with flowers of sulphur which I left on at night. It took about 3-4 weeks to get rid of all the spots, but it healed beautifully. Now I'm in my late fifties, have a combination of atopic and seborrheic dermatitis. I was given protopic (Tacrilimus ointment) by the dermatologist which proved effective, but they couldn't tell me what to use when I wasn't using this. I think I've most probably spent a small fortune trying to find a daily alternative, but most seem to make it worse or clog my pores, despite scrutinizing the ingredients first. Flowers of sulphur, a fine, yellow, and rather amazing product recently sprang to mind. I bought some of this sulphur powder online, though it is also available from garden suppliers and livestock feed suppliers. Several local chemists and health stores all looked at me in total bewilderment when I asked about it! It worked again on my dermatitis, only took a few days.
Comment posted by Paul of Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa on 18 August 2013 at 2:48 1330
Flowers of sulphur (yellow powder) works for any skin infection like scabies or any other skin bug or disease caused by microscopic critters. It is cheap yellow powder available from your chemist. Just mix it with Vaseline or with hand-cream and apply to kill any irritation on the skin. FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY (I think.) I once went to a very expensive skin specialist and told him I didn't have money for expensive treatments. He laughed and said that if I want to save a fortune then flowers of sulphur on the skin will work. And it did! Not only for me but also for all the other people I told about it during my 50 years of life on earth! Flowers of sulphur for all dermatological infestations. Skin problems will go within one or two days. I used it myself and it works like magic!