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Schuessler Cell Salts / Biochemic Tissue Salts 
 
Dr. Wilhelm Heinrich Schuessler, a noted German biochemist and homeopath, created the biochemic system. He identified twelve biochemic minerals present in every cell of the human body. A correct balance of these minerals must be maintained for the proper functioning of body tissues. Dr. Schuessler believed that a deficiency in any one mineral would lead to a disturbance in the cell life where the deficiency occurred. When there is a perturbation of cell life, a favorable environment for bacterial growth and illness is created. Health problems arise when there is a deficiency in any of these salts.
 
Dr. Schuessler's biochemic salts are also known as tissue salts or cell salts. These salts are prescribed in low decimal potency to repair deficiencies at the cellular level.
 
Tissue salts are prepared according to homeopathic principles and are used to supply the body with the missing cell nutrients.
 
Tissue salts come in chewable, tablet format where lactose (milk sugar) is the main ingredient. Therefore, they are not recommended for anyone who is lactose intolerance.
 
The Twelve Biochemic Salts (Tissue salts / Cell Salts) Clinical Treatment Remedies
 

 

Calcarea fluorica (calcium fluoride)

 

Calc fluor is called the elasticity mineral. It is found in the cells of the bone, enamel of the teeth, and in the fibers of the skin. It is generally indicated for relaxed muscle tissue. A deficiency of Cal fluor may lead to the following conditions:

 

Tooth decay

Gum fissures

Periodontitis

Receded gums

Prolapsed uterus

Varicose veins

Uterine fibroma

Hiatus hernia

Diverticulosis

Fistula

Internal hemorrhoids

Hernia

Anal fissures

Synovitis

Eczema

Cataract

Psoriasis

Varicose ulcer

 

 

Calcarea phosphorica (calcium phosphate)

 

Calc phos is called the cell mineral. This salt is needed for the formation of new cells, especially bone cells. A deficiency of Calc phos may lead to the following conditions:

 

Children with weak bones

Abnormal bone growth

Difficulty teething

Poor assimilation

Digestive disorders

Excessive perspiration

Curvature of the spine

Diseased bones

Dental caries

 

 

Calcarea sulphurica (calcium sulphate)

 

Calc sulph detoxifies the blood. This salt is generally used in suppurating conditions. A deficiency of Calc sulph may lead to the following conditions:

 

Suppurating wounds

Skin abscess

Furuncles

Leukorrhea

Otitis

Herpes

Acne

 

 

Ferrum phosphoricum (iron phosphate)

 

Ferrum phos is present in the composition of hemoglobin. It has the ability to draw oxygen from inhaled air and carry it to the blood. A deficiency of Ferrum phos may lead to the following conditions:

 

Anemia

Vertigo

Children’s headache

Hemorrhages

Phlebitis

Dilation of the arteries

Colitis

Crohn’s disease

Recurrent colds

Tonsillitis

Laryngitis

Bronchitis

Hay fever

Croup

Mastitis

Rheumatism

Fever

Nephritis

 

 

Kalium muriaticum (potassium chloride)

 

Kali mur is well indicated for catarrh conditions and glandular swelling. A deficiency of Kali mur may lead to the following conditions:

 

Sore throat

Swollen gland

Asthma

Otitis

Tonsillitis

Sluggish liver

Distended abdomen

Protruding eyes

Whooping cough

Colds

Orchitis

Shingles

Measles

Gastric catarrh

Bronchitis

 

 

Kalium phosphoricum (potassium phosphate)

 

Kali phos is a nerve cell mineral. This tissue salt is indicated in cases of weak, impatient, and emotional individuals. A deficiency of Kali phos may lead to the following conditions:

 

Ill-tempered children

Tantrum

Hysteria

Mental and physical asthenia

Nervous depression

Nervous headaches

Nervous anxiety

Mental illusions

Phobias

Acrophobia

Nervous asthma

Stress

Insomnia

Nervous diarrhea

Anemia

Somnambulism

Insanity

Hypochondria

Shingles

Paralysis

Epilepsy

Enuresis

 

 

Kalium sulfuricum (potassium sulphate)

 

Kali sulph is similar to Ferrum phos. It helps carry oxygen to the blood. It is present in all cells that contain iron. This salt is well indicated for skin conditions. A deficiency of Kali sulph may lead to the following conditions:

 

Psoriasis

Lupus

Eczema

Bronchial asthma

Dropsy

Headaches

Dyspepsia

Lack of perspiration

Rheumatoid arthritis

Athlete’s foot

Alopecia

Dandruff

Urticaria

Leukorrhea

Vertigo

 

Magnesia phosphoricum (magnesium phosphate)

 

Mag phos is found in the nervous system. It has antispasmodic influences over muscle tissue. A deficiency of Mag phos may lead to the following conditions:

 

Behavioral disorders in children

Spasmodic asthma

Spasmodic cough

Spasmodic menstrual cramps

Spasm of the eyelid

Angina pectoris

Convulsion

Double vision

Epilepsy

Palsy

Muscular cramps

Muscular twitching

Colitis

 

 

Natrum muriaticum (sodium chloride)

 

Nat mur has affinity with water distribution. It ensures a balance of moisture throughout the organism. It is indicated in conditions where too much water or dryness appears in the system. A deficiency of Nat mur may lead to the following conditions:

 

Watery discharge that burns and irritates

Hydrocele

Constipation

Dry skin

Chapped lips

Colds with watery discharge

Asthma

Excessive saliva

Watery diarrhea

Bronchitis

Watery vesicle

Vaginal dryness

Pleurisy

Profuse perspiration

Dry cough

Dry nose

Hay fever

Enuresis

 

 

Natrum phosphorica (sodium phosphate)

 

Nat phos is an essential salt for the digestive tract. It neutralizes acids and helps with the assimilation of fats and other nutrients. This salt is well indicated for symptoms of hyperacidity. A deficiency of Nat phos may lead to the following conditions:

 

Over acidity of the blood

Acid reflux

Gastritis

Dyspepsia

Gastric ulcer

Gout

Excessive, sour perspiration of the feet and underarms

Jaundice

 

 

Natrum sulphuricum (sodium chloride)

 

Nat sulph helps excrete excessive water from the system. A deficiency of Nat sulph may lead to the following conditions:

 

Edema

Urine retention

Bilious colic

Vomiting of bitter bile

All symptoms aggravated by damp weather

Stiff rheumatism

Moist scab

Yellow fever

 

 

Silicea

 

Silicea is found in the hair, skin, nails, and connective tissues. It is well indicated for pus formation and suppuration. A deficiency of Silicea Silicea may lead to the following conditions:

 

Skin ulcers with tendency to suppurate

Abscess

Styes

Furuncles

Tonsillitis with pus

Suppuration of the bones

Pustules

Persistent ulcerations with fistula

Herpes

Offensive perspiration

Brittle nails

Dry hair

Ulcer of the cornea

Pus in the interior chamber of the eye

Urates around the joints

Anal fissures

Alopecia

 

 

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