About cellsalts




The Soil theory 
Nature cure 
Health v medicine



About cellsalts  

Symptoms are nature's warning signs 

Combination remedies   


Bowel cleansing 

Going raw 

Virtues of bicarb 

Pure bloodstream (lack of toxemia)


Blood purification 

Calcium sulphate - the blood purifier

Calcium doses for horses 

Sodium v table salt 

Articles - silica  


The soil theory 

Soil theory v germ theory 

150 years of hidden knowledge 


Seven stages of disease 

The 16 physiological laws of life 


Blood acidity 

Euroamericanhealth - acidity, pleomorphism

** Is the Cause of Cancer a Common Fungus?
The bicarb treatment 



Nature cure  

The retracing process 

Colon cleansing 

Bach flower remedies  

Australian bush flower remedies 


If I had cancer ...




Health vs medicine  

History of homeopathy  

Suppression of cures 

Rockefeller Drug Empire  

Pharmaceutical business with disease  

CODEX (worldwide supplement ban), WTO treaty overrides US law  

Eve Hillary's excellent CODEX expose  

Pan debacle  


Ghostwritten articles  







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The Biochemic System of Medicine

"The Biochemic System of Medicine is based primarily and fundamentally upon the "cell theory" of Virchow*. In 1858 that great scientist pronounced the now famous dictum that the body is merely a collection of cells, and that medicinal treatment should be directed towards the individual cell. This great truth once enunciated, was seized upon, developed and elaborated by others, notably Moleschott of Rome, and Schuessler of Oldenburg, until with the full appreciation of the value of the inorganic constituents of the cell substance, and the part taken by them in the preservation of the health of the human organism, the Biochemic treatment of disease truly became a system of medicine.

"In this system for the first time the paramount importance of the inorganic constituents of the cell substance was recognised, the fact being that these "cell salts", as they are commonly called, are the vital portions of the body, the workers, the builders; that the water and organic substances forming the remainder of the organism are simply inert matter used by these salts in building the cells of the body.

"Should a deficiency occur in one or more of these workers, of whom there are twelve, some abnormal condition arises. These abnormal conditions are known by the general term disease and according as they manifest themselves in different parts of the body, they have been designated by various names. But these names totally fail to express the real trouble.

"Every disease which afflicts the human race is due to a lack of one or more of these inorganic workers. Every pain or unpleasant sensation indicates a lack of some inorganic constituent of the body. Health and strength can be maintained only so long as the system is properly supplied with these call salts."   

--- The Biochemic Handbook, by JB Chapman MD & Edward L. Perry, pp.1-2


How each cellsalt works

Cell salts work at a basic cellular level and provide the means whereby the actual cells are able to use organic substances (food) and water to operate normal functions within the body as well as repair it.

Briefly, the actions of each of the cell salts is given below.


Calcium Phosphate
Restores strength to the body, aids in growth and development and convalescence. Good for circulation, bones and teeth.

Calcium Sulphate
Blood purifier, cleans out accumulations of non-functional, organic matter in the blood and tissues. Good for catarrh and acne.

Calcium fluoride
Contributes to elasticity walls of blood vessels, muscular and connective tissue, surface of bones and tooth enamel. Is indicated where relaxed conditions exist, sluggish circulation, varicose veins, cracks in skin, cracked and calloused heels and muscular weakness. 

Sodium Phosphate (nat phos)
Acid neutraliser, deficiency allows uric acid to form salts which become deposited around the joints and tissues giving rise to stiffness and swelling, and other painful rheumatic conditions. Highly coloured urine, worms, nervous irritability.

Sodium Sulphate (nat sulph)
Removes poison charged fluids which are the normal result of chemical exchanges in the body. Important in the treatment of rheumatism, bitter taste in the mouth, biliousness, flu and malaria. 

Sodium Chloride (nat mur)
Regulates water distribution within the cells. Excessive moisture in any part of the system indicates nat mur deficiency.
Colds with discharge of watery mucus, wheezing, sneezing, blocked nose, itchy-sore throat, dry, painful nose and throat symptoms, toothache and facial neuralgia with flow of tears and saliva, eyes weak, the wind causes them to water.
Low spirits with a feeling of hopelessness, headaches with constipation, thin blood, difficult stools with rawness and soreness of the anus. Drowsiness, unrefreshing sleep - tired in the morning, loss of taste and smell, craving for salty foods and slow digestion.


Potassium Phosphate (kali phos)
Nerve nutrient, helps maintain contented disposition and sharpens the mental faculties. Sleeplessness, depression, lack of pep, foot odour.

Potassium Sulphate (kali sulph)
Works in conjunction with ferrum phos as an oxygen carrier. Sticky yellowish discharges, dandruff.

Potassium chloride (kali mur)
Thick white discharges, white coating on tongue, stops blood clots, light coloured stools, noisy coughs, colds, sore throats, bronchitis, symptoms worse after eating fatty foods, warts on hands.

Magnesium Phosphate
Deficiency causes spasms, twitching, and cramps. Indicated for nerve pains such as neuralgia, sciatica and pains associated with shooting, darting stabs of pain.

Silica / silicon dioxide
Deep cleanser and eliminator, breaks up pathological accumulations e.g., abscesses, breaks down calcium deposits and spurs. Treats offensive odour of the feet and arms, night sweats, itchy eyes and nose, ringing in the ears, good for sinus related problems.


Iron Phosphate (ferrum phos)
Known as the oxygen carrier, gives strength and toughness to arteries, blood vessels and skin. For congestion, inflammatory pain, high temperature, quickened pulse. 
Conditions ending in -itis are considered to be inflammatory e.g., arthritis.



Combination Remedies

Combination remedies have been specially formulated for use in certain groups of ailments, and are the result of many years of clinical experience. They are an economical and convenient way of taking cellsalts and are available in a variety of brands.  I particularly like Combination H (hayfever) and Combination R.

 Homeopathic terms explained
kali = potassium,  nat / natrum= sodium,  mur = chloride,  ferrum = iron,  silica = silicon dioxide

Combination Symptoms Containing cellsalts 
A Insomnia, Sciatica, neuralgia, neuritis mag phos, kali phos, ferr phos. 
B General debility, nervous exhaustion, convalescence calc phos, kali phos, ferr phos.
C Acidity, heartburn, dyspepsia  mag phos, nat phos, nat sulph, silica
D Dermatitis, acne, eczema, skin ailments  calc sulph, kali sulph, kali mur, silica
E Indigestion, colic, flatulence  calc phos, mag phos, nat phos, nat sulph
F Fatigue, headache, migraine, nervous headache  mag phos, kali phos, nat mur, silica
G Lumbago, backache, piles, loss of elasticity calc phos, calc fluor, kali phos, nat mur
H Hayfever, allergic rhinitis  mag phos, nat mur, silica, 
I Fibrositis, muscular pain  mag phos, kali sulph, ferr phos, 
J Congestion, cough, colds  kali mur, nat mur, ferr phos, 
K Weak brittle nails, falling hair  kali sulph, nat mur, silica
L Circulatory, disorders, varicose veins calc fluor, ferr phos, nat mur, 
M Rheumatism  calc phos, kali mur, nat phos, nat sulph
N Menstrual pain  calc phos, kali mur, mag phos, kali phos, 
P Poor circulation, chilblains, aching feet and legs  calc phos, calc fluor, mag phos, kali phos.
Q Sinus, sinus disorders, catarrh  kali mur, kali sulph, nat mur, ferr phos, 
R Erupting teeth, infants’ teething pain calc phos, calc fluor, mag phos, ferr phos, silica 
S Stomach upset, biliousness, sick headache, digestive disorders  kali mur, nat phos, nat sulph
T 1st stage of illness  Ferr phos, kali mur
U Calcium absorption, low calcium levels, osteoporosis  Calc phos, calc fluor, nat phos, silica
5 5 Phosphates  Calc phos, mag phos, kali phos, nat phos, ferr phos
12 Tissue salts, general tonic, mental fatigue, convalescence, nervous strain The 12 cellsalts in one tablet.


Blackmores online

The following chart is from the Blackmores website and shows which foods different minerals can be found in. The range has now been discontinued - but include it for interest because it shows a few foods that contain different cellsalts. The range of foods is by no means comprehensive and is but is a rough guide.
These cellsalts are no longer sold to the public - similar compounds for naturapathic use.


Of course, the best way to ensure you have sufficient minerals is to enjoy a healthy, well-balanced diet. However, because that can sometimes be hard to maintain, Maurice Blackmore developed Celloid® mineral compounds specially formulated to work at cell level.

The Blackmores Celloid® range today includes calcium, potassium, sodium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, silica, and chloride. When mineral supplementation is necessary, Celloid® compounds are easily absorbed to help bring your mineral levels back into balance, fast.





Healthy bones and teeth

Sesame seeds, leafy greens, nuts, figs, dates


Stimulates gastric acid production and decongestion

Tomatoes, celery, spinach, cabbage, lettuce, avocado, dates


Assists in the treatment of iron deficiency

Kelp, brown rice, whole wheat, seeds, lentils, dried peaches, apricots, almonds


Relieves muscle cramps and pain

Nuts, whole wheat, seeds, bananas


Assists normal metabolism

Brown rice, whole wheat, seeds, nuts, beans


A combination of minerals to combat a general mineral deficiency

Kelp, brown rice, bananas, lentils, dried fruit, nuts, seeds, garlic, potatoes


Strengthens hair and nails

Lettuce, oats, barley, spinach, onions, cucumber, strawberries


Reduces acidity in the system

Leafy greens, seeds, carrots, figs, apples, dried fruit, cabbage


Promotes the health of skin, hair and nails

Brussels spouts, cabbage, sorrel, cauliflower, leafy greens, asparagus, avocado



Blackmores Professional Range

The Blackmores Professional Range can be ordered from some chemists and health food stores. There are about 25 different tablets with different mixes of cellsalts. The one I used to take which is similar to the old Blackmores Sodium Compound (now discontinued) which contained sodium phosphate and sodium sulphate. These can be ordered from some chemists and health shops. Just ask and see if they can get them in for you.

Tablet name

What it contains


260 sodium phosphate, 195 sodium sulfate


Different ways of taking cellsalts - ie homeopathic, milligram, other forms

Homeopathic 6x tablets - usually available in tablet or spray form. 

from the health shop, chemist or online sources ( in australia www.cityhealth.com.au and www.healthbasket.com.au ).

Nat mur only works in homeopathic form and not as table salt which doesn't seem to work as a remedy for any of the symptoms.

Milligram type tablets such as Blackmores Professional Range which contain a certain amount of a given cellsalt, often in combination. -- 


May be available from some health shops on request. Available from Blackmores online for naturapaths.

Calcium can be taken in different forms such as dolomite (calcium and magnesium), calcium carbonate, gluconate, lactate -- generally available from chemists. Apparently any of these forms provide calcium cellsalts as the calcium somehow gets converted into the various calcium cellsalts. 

Calcium carbonate is the best form that I've found, although I've been told that calcium citrate is best of all - which I've never tried. Calcium carbonate are stronger than some of the other forms such as calcium gluconate. I remember taking about 16 of these tablets to get 1 gram of elemental calcium, and they are very hard to chew. With calcium carbonate 2 tablets = 1 gram of elemental calcium and a lot easier to chew.

Available from chemist or drugstore (US)
Common household ingredients. 
  • Potassium cellsalts can be obtained from cream of tartar which is a very high source of potassium.

What is cream of tartar?

Cream of tartar (potassium hydrogen tartrate) is a component of baking powder. (Baking powder comprises baking soda and cream of tartar.) 

Cream of tartar is a by-product of winemaking; it's derived from refined tartaric acid, which forms on the inside of wine barrels, or from the whitish crystals (known as 'white diamonds') that precipitate out of some wines. It's used in baking and in making desserts. It gives a creamy texture to icings and is used to stabilise and increase the volume of beaten egg whites, so is often used in making meringues.  ( source )

  • Bicarbonate of soda is a good source of sodium.

I take 1/2 heaped tspn each of cream of tartar and bicarbonate of soda in a little water. Sometimes a couple of times a day.

  • I hear that pickling lime is a good source of calcium. 
  • Epsom salts is said to be a good source of magnesium.

These common household ingredients are cheap and easy to find in the local  supermarket. 

Available from supermarket.






Information from Dr Dennis L Myers, who had the old  www.euroamericanhealth.com website (no longer available). 


"Take 1 tablespoon of Pickling Lime, not pickling salt (to make pickles, get it in a store that sells supplies to can your own foods) and put 1 big tablespoon of that P. Lime in a gallon or so of distilled water. 

"Mix it up and take a tablespoon of that solution (water and Pickling Lime) three to four times a day along with -

  • a teaspoon of baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) and 

  • a quarter tsp. of Cream of tarter (potassium tartratre) from the baking section of a grocery store. 

"Pickling Lime is calcium hydroxide, a strong alkalinizing substance. After you drink that mixture take 

  • a pinch of Epsom salts [magnesium sulfate from any drug store (a strong laxative) between your fingers and just put that in your mouth and let it dissolve.  

"These are all the main minerals we need: calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium).

"Also, another cheap drink and most important: take 1 tablespoon or so of Black Strap Molasses and a teaspoon or so of powdered Kelp and half a lemon or Apple Cider Vinegar, lemon better and mix that up and drink it down, 3 - 4 times a day. This is for all the trace minerals there are. All minerals are alkaline and we are all acid, it's just a balancing act. "


Summary of Dr Myers' information

Sodium  Bicarbonate of soda
Potassium  Cream of tartar
Magnesium  Epsom salts is magnesium sulphate
Calcium Pickling lime (in US)
Trace minerals Black strap molasses and kelp






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