Info: Multi-Dose Tube of Pellets, Totaling 4 grams
Sulfur (or sulphur, for the U.S. spelling) is also sometimes called "sublimed sulfur," when presented in the form of a homeopathic medicine. Some use it to relieve acute skin rashes, especially the types that get worse due to warmth/heat, or when the skin gets wet. The video below from Boiron USA featuring Dr. Gary Kracoff NMD, Reg Pharm. provides more information about its traditional and historical uses (albeit in connection with an alternate dosage).
Sulfur 6 CH
Non-medicinal ingredients: Lactose, Sucrose.
"CH" is the abbreviation for the Hahnemannian centesimal scale, indicating that a medicine has been prepared using the serial dilution process invented by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann; the number appearing before the "CH" indicates the medicine's potency, or the number of times the main substance has been diluted.
Adults, children and infants: Take 5 pellets, 3 times per day, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. (Each tube contains approximately 80 pellets.)
For children under the age of 2, dissolve one dose in a small amount of water before administering.
Keep under normal storage conditions (at 68-77°F / 20-25°C).
Consult a healthcare practitioner prior to use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Consult a health care professional if symptoms persist or worsen. Health Canada Homeopathic Medicine Number: DIN-HM: 80011497.