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Schuessler Biochemic Salts (Tissue salts, Cell 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.
Dr. Schuessler's biochemic system is also known as tissue salts or cell salts. These salts are prescribed in low decimal potencies to repair deficiencies at the cellular level. They come in chewable tablet fomate; lactose (milk sugar) is the main ingredient. Therefore, they are not recommended for anyone who is lactose intolerance.
Twelve Tissue or Cell Salts
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.
Calcarea phosphorica (calcium phosphate)
Calc phos is called the cell mineral. This salt is needed for the formation of new cells, especially bone cells.
Calcarea sulphurica (calcium sulphate)
Calc sulph detoxifies the blood. This salt is generally used in suppurating conditions.
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.
Kalium muriaticum (potassium chloride)
Kali mur is well indicated for catarrh conditions and glandular swelling.
Kalium phosphoricum (potassium phosphate)
Kali phos is a nerve cell mineral. This tissue salt is indicated in cases of weak, impatient, and emotional individuals.
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.
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.
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.
Natrum sulphuricum (sodium chloride)
Nat sulph helps excrete excessive water from the system.
Silicea is found in the hair, skin, nails, and connective tissues. It is well indicated for pus formation and suppuration.
about Schuessler Biochemic Salts (Tissue salts, Cell Salts)
How Often to Take Homeopathic Medicine:
Acute conditions: Ten drops or five pellets every fifteen minutes for two hours
Chronic conditions: High dilutions are taken once a day immediately upon rising on an empty stomach. Low to medium dilutions is taken three times a day, one-half hour before or two hours after a meal.
Two or more remedies: They are not to be taken together but separately once a day. Take one remedy in the morning, the second remedy at lunch, and the third remedy in the evening.
When medicine needs to be alternated: Put the number 1 on the first bottle, and the number 2 on the second bottle. Take bottle number 1 on odd days, and bottle number 2 on even days.
Ointment - external use - three applications per day
Suppositories - one suppository morning and night
First Aid Medicine Kit
Arnica: (trauma, sport injury, car accident, fall, surgery)
Aconite: (onset of a cold)
Apis mellifica: (bee sting, insect bite)
Arsenicum album: (indigestion, intestinal colic, food poisoning)
Belladonna: (fever, convulsion) 
Bryonia: (fracture)
Chamomilla: (unbearable pain)
Hypericum: (pain killer)
Nux vomica: (bloating)
Pulsatilla: (common cold, bronchitis)
Rhus tox: (poison ivy, a burn with water bubble)
The Travel Medicine Kit
Arsenicum album: (food poisoning)
Calendula cream: (cuts, wounds, burns, antiseptic)
China: (hemorrhages)
Cocculus: (motion sickness, car, plane, train)
Glonoinum: (sunstroke)
Ledum: (punctured skin, black eye)
Nux Vomica: (hangover)
Pulsatilla: (sore throat, cough, cold)
Sepia: (menstrual cramps)
Veratum album: (diarrhea)  
How to Use Homeopathy:
Drops (alcohol-based liquid): Place ten drops under the tongue one-half hour before a meal or two hours after
Granules: Place five pellets under the tongue one-half hour before a meal or two hours after 
Tablets (lactose): Place four pellets under the tongue 
Dose: Unitary intake one-half hour before breakfast or two hours after
Mother tincture: Put ten drops in 1/2 cup of water
Homeopathy for Babies:
Dissolve two pellets in a tsp of water  
Crush tablets between two plastic spoons 
Older Children;
Place three tablets or pellets under the tongue three times a day
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