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What kind of sulfur do we find in Tiger 90®?
Tiger 90® is micronized elemental sulfur and bentonite. It should be noted that, even though it is micronized, it is also made into pastilles - which means it has a significantly longer oxidation rate than when its presentation is powder form.

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