June 9, 2013 Tsvetana Kodjabasheva

Common name: Gypsum Pathology: Chronic tendency to suppuration; recurring abscesses & boils. Region: The homeopathic remedy Calcarea sulphurica has action on the connective tissues, glands, mucous membranes, bones and skin. The presence of pus is the main indication for prescription. Naturally calcium sulphate is found as alabaster, gypsum and selenite. Constituent of hard waters (natural springs). Fine white powder. (more…)

November 10, 2012 Tsvetana Kodjabasheva

This article presents description of the main cell salt in the biochemical combination of Dr Schuessler for treatment of stretched connective tissue. Symptoms of Stretching | Striae The stretching appears in the form of long scars on the  abdomen, thighs and breasts in periods of rapid growth (puberty), of pregnancy, of fast putting on of weight or fast loosing of flesh; these are the so called ‘striae’. The stretched skin is red or purple in the beginning of the process; later it becomes grayish or white. The reason for striae is weakness and lack of flexibility of the connective tissue,…

October 29, 2012 Tsvetana Kodjabasheva 4Comment

The Schuessler salts presented in this article offer a chance to correct dark circles under eyes naturally, by restoring the mineral balance in cells and tissues. Causation The dark circles under the eyes are the second cause to see dermatologist (the first is  the acne). They are the most widespread skin problem with non-hormonal origin. And yet the dark circles are not just a result from stress, late work, fatigue, or night parties. They make people to look older, stressed, sick and depressed. But most of all dark circles affect the self confidence and the self esteem. (more…)

April 5, 2012 Tsvetana Kodjabasheva

Affinity Blood vessels Bones Teeth Skin Names: Calcarea fluorica, Calcium fluoride, Fluoride of lime, Calcium fluoratum. In Nature Calcium fluoratum occurs in nature as the mineral fluorite or fluorspar. It is called ‘the most colourful mineral in the world’ for its rich variety in colours – purple, blue, green, yellow, transparent, brown, pink, black, reddish orange, and all shades in between. Specimens of fluorspar may have a single colour, or, more rarely, multiple colours. The colours of the multiple coloured ones are arranged in bands or zones that correspond to the shapes of its crystals, typically cubic. (more…)