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Sulfur
Definition

What does Sulfur do for the body

Sulfur is a vital mineral present in every cell of the body. It is important for the proper functioning of the Liver. It maintains the joint cartilage and keratin of the Skin and Hair. It boosts the Immune system and gives energy to the Body. The Antioxidant property of Sulfur slows down the aging process. This protects the body from the free radicals.

Requirement of Sulfur per day

500mg to 1000mg

Benefits of Sulfur

Sulfur is essential to determine the biological activity of the Proteins in the body. It helps to restore the Skin elasticity. Sulfur maintains the cellular system of the body. It has the ability to neutralize the free radicals. Sulfur helps to remove the poisonous compounds and detoxifies the Liver. It keeps the Bones strong and reduces Wrinkles. It reduces the pain and swelling due to Arthritis.

Functions of Sulfur

Sulfur plays an important role in the body's electron transport system and provides energy. It supports the proper functioning of the Insulin in the body. It breaks down plaque in the arteries and reduces Chronic inflammation. Sulfur improves the functioning of the Lungs and respiratory system. It removes toxin from the skin and stimulates the tissue regeneration.

Effects of excess Sulfur in the body

Crohn's Disease
Alzheimer
Heavy Metal Poisoning

Effects of Sulfur deficiency in the body

Fatigue
Depression
Obesity
Diabetes
Heart Diseases
 
Repertory

Herbs Containing Sulfur

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Highly Effective

 
 
 
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