Kalium sulphuricum | Chronic Purulent Catarrh

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 homeopathic remedy.

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Biochemics for Painful Period | Ferrum phosphoricum for Congestion

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.

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Biochemics | Calcarea phosphorica for Menstrual Cramps

This article is the first piece from the upcoming series, dedicated to various menstrual complaints and disorders, treated by application of Schuessler tissue salts. The biochemical treatment is important step towards the restoration of homeostasis and a natural regulation of the menstrual cycle.

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Biochemical Treatment of Abscesses & Boils | Calcarea Sulphurica

As a homeopathic remedy Calc-s is apt to flabby persons who take colds easily and have tendency to formation of pus in the form of abscesses, ulcers on the skin and eruptions. The diseases from which they suffer are result of anger, vexation, physical exertion; straining of tendons and muscles, exposure to cold wet weather.

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Biochemical Treatment of Joints | 4 Cell Salts for Joint Pain

Though it is impossible to cure a person by treating only his physical body, still the mineral balance in living cells should be reinstated and kept that way. Therefore, while the homeopathic remedy chosen in potency above 30 C acts on the three levels – body, mind and spirit, Schuessler salts help the therapist to quickly remove the mineral disturbance in the affected tissues by adding the respective amount of mineral ingredients in the exact natural decimal dilution; and thus an adequate cure is achieved.

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