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BiochemicMedicine Cell Salt Therapy

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        WHAT IS THE BIOCHEMIC PROTOCOL?

     Biochemic medicine dates back more than 100 years, and was discovered by Dr. Wilhelm Schuessler , a German Doctor, who is considered the father of Biochemistry and Biochemic cell therapy (also known as tissue salts and mineral salts). They were coined cell salts due to their ability to work at a cellular level. They work on the concept that deficiencies in any or all of these salts are evidenced by symptoms. Once these deficiencies are addressed. the ailment or disease will be resolved.

Although cell salts are a separate and distinct healing modality from homeopathy, because they are prepared by the same principle as homeopathic remedies, they are extremely safe and pose no risk of overdosing or interaction with other remedies or medications. Cell salt tablets dissolve quickly  in water, herbal tea or under the tongue . There are 12  original cell salts and one that is a combination of all 12. They can be taken individually or combined with other cell salts, depending on the symptoms.

Inorganic cell salts have been recognized by the World Health Organization and numerous Medical Councils worldwide. Unlike most medications that are dissolved through the digestive tract, biochemic salts are absorbed through the mucus membrane and are be to travel straight to the cell, making the very gentle, yet extremely effective, They work at a chemical level to restore mineral balance to the cell

 

Biochemic cell salts are nonaddictive and nontoxic natural healing modality

Dr Schuessler developed five principles of healing :

1. Disease does not occur if cell metabolism is normal

2. Cell metabolism is in turn normal if cell nutrition is adequate

3. Nutritional substances are either of an organic or inorganic nature where the body is concerned

4. The ability of the body's cells to assimilate and to excrete and further utilize nutritional material is impaired if there is a deficiency in the inorganic mineral (tissue salt) constituent of cellular tissues

5. Adequate cell nutrition may be restored and cellular metabolism normalized by supplying the required tissue salts to the organism in a finely divided assiilable form.

 

Biochemic cell salts have been grouped in 4 categories:

-Calcium salts

-Potassium salts

-Sodium salts

-Iron, Magnesium, and Silica



The main twelve tissue salts and basic applications are:

No. 1. Calcium Fluor, also known as calcium fluoride - connective tissue, skin, joints

No. 2. Calc phos, also known as Calcium phosphate - cellular restorer, bones and teeth

No. 3. Calc sulph, also known as Calcium sulphate - purifies blood, joints, pus

No. 4. Ferr phos, also known as Iron phosphate - Immune system, anti-inflammatory

No. 5. Kali Mur, also known as Potassium chloride - detoxifying and mucous membranes

No. 6. Kali phos, also known as Potassium phosphate - brain and nerve cell system

No. 7. Kali sulf, also known as Potassium sulphate - metabolism, supports the pancreas

No. 8. Mag phos, also known as Magnesium phosphate - muscles and cramping

No. 9. Nat mur, also known as Sodium chloride - water regulation

No. 10. Nat phos, also known as Sodium phosphate - metabolism and neutralising acid

No. 11. Nat sulf, also known as Sodium sulphate - purification and liver support

No. 12. Silica - connective tissue, skin, hair

How Cell Salts Differ from Minerals

Unlike cell salts, common mineral supplements such as calcium, magnesium and iron musr be broken down in the digestive tract before being assimilated into the body.  There are also some possible side effects such as constipation from iron.

Dr, Patti offers cell salt protocols that are specifically blended to each client's individual needs. Click HERE  to order.