February 9, 2014 Tsvetana Kodjabasheva

“This union of Sulphur, the great antipsoric, and Potassium, the essential ingredient of all plant and animal life, is truly one of our fundamental constitutional remedies capable of overcoming inherited diseased soil conditions and establishing normal healthy states of mind and body.” A.H. Grrimmer, The Collected Works Latin: Kalium sulphuricum Common: Potassium Sulphate Kalium sulphuricum is the functional salt of the tissues of epidermis and epithelium. It was introduced in homeopathic practice by Dr Schuessler as one of the twelve fundamental tissue remedies. This article shall follow through the usability of Kali-s as a Schuessler salt as well as a…

June 30, 2013 Tsvetana Kodjabasheva

The second article from the series for menstrual disorders is about Ferrum phosphoricum. This homeopathic remedy is prescribed mostly in acute diseases as first remedy; however during the monthly period in some women, there are reoccurring symptoms, which require application of Ferr-phos. It may be taken as a tissue salt, in decimal potency of D6 or D12. Ferrum phosphoricum … is the mineral salt which attracts the inspired oxygen into the red blood corpuscles, and thus through the blood oxygen reaches every cell of human organism. The molecules of iron are responsible for the muscular tonus. (more…)

April 12, 2013 Tsvetana Kodjabasheva

The biochemical treatment offers effective way to fight tiredness, chronic fatigue and post winter weariness. Tissue salts restore the mineral balance in cells and make catching a disease less probable. This is particularly important when winter retreats and weather change. Springtime puts challenges before the organism. Life becomes more active and we need more energy. The question where to get it from: the mineral reserves in cells are exhausted during winter, the defense mechanism of our body is weakened. (more…)

February 25, 2013 Tsvetana Kodjabasheva

Part Three Tissue Remedies for Strengthening of Veins Walls The last one from the articles for varicose veins alternative treatment presents two tissue salts, which are essential for the structure and strength of vessels walls. The article also includes practical lotion recipe for relieving the pain and the swelling of affected areas. (more…)

November 2, 2012 Tsvetana Kodjabasheva

This article explores the way to restore natural balance of fluids in the organism. Biochemical treatment leads to durable restoration of skin problems. The bags under the eyes can be significantly diminished by acceptance of two tissue salts – compounds of Natrium. Causation One reason for formation of bags under the eyes is aging. Under the lower lid there is (anatomically) little quantity of fat, which is supported by ligaments. With aging the ligaments relax and the fat tissue edges out, forming little edematous ‘pillow’. This problem can be addressed by acceptance of Calc-fluor. (more…)

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 8, 2012 Tsvetana Kodjabasheva

Affinity Nutrition Bones: Sutures, Periosteum Glands Abdomen Latin: Calcarea phosphorica, Phosphate of Lime, Calcium phosphate, Calcium phosphoricum. In Nature There are various calcium salts of phosphoric acid, found in different minerals: apatites (chlorapatite, fluorapatite and hydroxylapatite), brushite – a hydrated calcium phosphate found in small quantities in many phosphate deposits. The typical phosphate is vitreous to dull, often strongly coloured, above average in density, and average in hardness. The mineral fluorapatite is the major constituent of the bones and teeth of vertebrates. (F. Vermeulen, Prisma). (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…)