SULPHUR aka SULFUR (S)
Fun fact: Sulphur is part of the amino acids (Which make up proteins) such as cysteine and methionine, all considered sulphur based proteins.
• Sulphur is in hemoglobin, promoting blood oxygen saturation.
• Participates in the formation of cartilage tissue, this impacts on growth, elasticity and flexibility of bones.
• Contributes to brain functionality.
• Cleanses the blood, plays a key role in blood clotting. Helps the liver to secrete bile.
• Sulphur relieves cramps, reduces inflammation and pain for arthritis.
• Promotes uptake of nutrient to cells.
• Helps to neutralize toxins.
• Sulphur is known to have anti-allergic effect on the body.
Sulphur is a macro-nutrient.
Or-ways products that contain Sulphur
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% used are based on 19+ year old requirments
mg = milligrams
mcg = micrograms
Burdock (Available soon)
Eyebright (Available soon)
Mullien (Available soon)
Nettles (Available soon)
Raspberry leaf (Available soon)
Red sage (Available soon)
Irish moss (Available soon)
Other good sources of Sulphur
broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, kale, brussels sprouts, turnips, kohlrabi, cereals, bread, beans, onions, garlic, turnips, sprouted wheat, onion, garlic, peaches, apricots, peanuts.