Flowers of sulfur is a pharmaceutical grade of the compound referred to in the Bible as brimstone.

These yellow granules have several uses, as both a gardening aid and a homeopathic remedy for certain medical conditions. You should take care to avoid contact with the eyes or sinuses, as it can cause minor burns and irritation.

Sulfur treatment in dogs is one of the most used treatments for combating sarcoptic mange.

Flowers of sulfur also provides a remedy for cats and dogs afflicted with skin disorders, infestations and fungal infections, such as mange or fleas.


Flowers of sulphur is an antiseptic and anti-fungal

It is suitable for use on humans, animals, vegetables, fruits, flowers and as a gardening additive in the soil.

It is safe to ingest in the correct quantities provided it comes from a reputable source.

It relieves itching on dry scaly and red skin and reduces scratching.
Eczema, dermatitis
Fungal infections such as ringworm, athlete's foot and hot spots

Treats all kinds of mites including demodex skin mites.

Insect protection
Douse your legs and shoes with powdered sulfur before walking through grass or bush and you will remain bite free.


To use Flowers of Sulphur in animals fur, mix 1 part Flowers of Sulphur with 2 parts talcum powder.
Part the coat and rub in gently on body, head and back of ears.
Make sure you are in a ventilated area as talcum powder is damaging to your lungs.

If you use neat Flowers of Sulphur without adding talcum powder on cats and some other animals, it makes their coats (fur) very dry and brittle resulting in breakage.

To make an ointment, use coconut oil, palm oil, petroleum jelly, olive oil, cocoa butter or any other skin oil as you need. Slowly warm the oil to melt it, add 2 or 3 tablespoons of sulphur powder to a cup of oil, mix well and allow to cool.