Sulfur has been used in medicine for hundreds of years to treat various skin conditions. Psoriasis sufferers have reported benefits in the application of sulfur to the skin, as well as from sulfur baths. Balneotherapy, a type of treatment which involves soaking in sulfur-containing mud baths, is often prescribed in homeopathic medicine for treating various types of arthritis, including psoriatic arthritis. Some psoriasis patients have reported benefits from balneoptherapy.
- Sulfur can be used internally or externally.
- Sulfur can be found in foods such as eggs, garlic, and onions, but it is typically in very low amounts.
- It is very important to keep your health care provider informed of any homeopathic remedies you might be using, as conventional medications and homeopathic remedies can have negative interactions.