Vital for cellular protection, sulfur has antiaging properties and is needed for the formation of collagen. It is good for blood purification, dandruff, acne, hair, and irregular menstrual cycles.
Meat, poultry, eggs and fish and in small amounts in thiamine and biotin. Note: Sulfur is found in some of the amino acids of high protein foods. Garlic is particularly high in sulfur, which contributes to its therapeutic actions.
Sulfur can react with some prescription drugs and should not be taken as a single supplement under normal conditions. To be assimilated properly, adequate amounts of vitamin B1, B5 and biotin need to be present.
Sulfur is usually found as part of total supplemental formulas. For some individuals, sulfur intake should be reduced.