Sulphur is used to cross an enemy or uncross yourself.
Sulfur (also spelled Sulphur) is a mineral powder used in spells to drive away negative people or energies and clear up crossed conditions. It can likewise be used for crossing up or jinxing others and is especially effective when used in foot track magic. In the Bible, sulfur is referred to as brimstone, which means "burning stone."
Sulfur should not be burned as it forms sulfur dioxide which is harmful when inhaled and can cause skin irritation and burns.
Suggested magical uses:
Sprinkle around a room or property.
Add to a bath for spiritual cleansing.
Carry in a mojo bag along with other herbs and talismans.
Sprinkle on or around a spell candle.
Add to a spiritual oil.
For in-depth information on how to use this and other herbs and roots magically, I recommend Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic and Cunningham's Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs, both of which can be found in our Books section.
Click on the video below for guidance on how to light charcoal for burning herbs, roots and resins.