Sulphur is a vital mineral found all throughout our bodies...it's stinky but important!
By weight, it is one of the most abundant minerals in our system.
Sulphur does important things like protect against bacteria and maintain the structural integrity of skin. It has antiseptic properties that help fight acne and infections too. It can also help with flaky scalp!
Internally, sulphur helps with keratin formation and expels toxins from your system. Soaking in sulphur is one of the biggest benefits you get from bathing in natural hot springs, and they have been praised for centuries for their healing and rejuvenating power.
Get your sulphur on at home with one of these 5 foods: cabbage | turnips | broccoli | garlic | onion
You can use foods and juices high in sulphur for a nourishing and detoxifying effect on your outer layers of skin.
Make pulp masks, hair rinses and facial treatments with these foods, or use these juices to mix a Fresh Mask orMineral Mud. If you're up for it, try pouring some juice into your bath for a mineral soak at home.
You can also find trace amounts of sulphur in walnuts, bell peppers, bitter greens like kale.
Sulphur degrades quickly with high heat, so try these briefly cooked or raw when eating.