How or why does sulfur powder make your hair grow?

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  1. Chameleonchick

    Chameleonchick Well-Known Member

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    Like seriously how/why does yellow sulfur powder make your hair grow? I just don't understand I know we get sulfur from fruits and vegetables but it can't be the same chemical makeup as the yellow sulfur. If anyone knows please let me know, thank you!
     
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    i'd like to know too!!!!
     
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    I've heard it has something to do with the fact that our cells depend on sulfur in some form. I tried looking it up yesterday and sulfur as "the beauty mineral" or something to that effect basically everything i saw eluded to the fact its a cureall. But I'm clueless as to why hair.


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    NATURALBORNQUEEN has a very in depth video on youtube....I can't figure out how to post the link but you can go to her youtube channel and she gives a pretty detailed explanation of what sulfur ''does'' exactly....it has something to do with the phases of hair growth.
     
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    I can't remember where but I've read that it was more of a bacterial issue. Sort of the same way MN works. Madame CJ Walker also used sulfur based products I think for its anti-bacterial properties. Something about her not being able to wash her hair frequently and her hair not growing.

    I will say that topical sulfur did nothing for me so I don't think it has anything with actually increasing your growth rate, rather it helps you get to your maximum potential.
     

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