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Cellsalts (or tissue salts as they are sometimes known) is a
system of nutritional remedies invented in 1873 by Dr William H Schuessler, a German
biochemist. All those little aches and pains, discomforts and so on, are indications that
something is not right. Symptoms are nature's warning signs. See online copy of Biochemic
Handbook (pdf format) which includes list of symptoms and associated
"Should a deficiency occur in one or more of these
workers, of whom there are twelve, some abnormal condition arises.
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.
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."
by JB Chapman MD and Edward L Parry MD
There are 12 essential cellsalts, also known as tissue salts. These are
calcium (phosphate, sulphate
potassium (phosphate, sulphate and chloride),
sulphate and chloride),
Iron / ferrum phosphate, and
More information on cellsalts available on the About
Martin & Pleasance (Australia)
|Australian company, Martin & Pleasance available in all
good health shops, and online stores. Tablet form for single cellsalts and
usual combinations, spray bottle form for single cellsalts and combination
|Homeopathy Plus (Australia)
Plus - 6x and usual combinations but come in a dropper bottle.
This format has the advantage that it is easy to use with Bach flower
remedies - just put a few drops into the cellsalt combination being
|Health Emporium (UK)
Emporium - same combinations and strength as discontinued New Era (6x)
- worldwide delivery
New Era replacement cellsalts - New Era were a popular
brand of cellsalts which were recently discontinued. See
of replacement cellsalts now being sold by Elixirhealth
The range is slightly different - the combination remedies are changed,
and while the single remedies are still 6x, combination remedies now 3x.
This is the system I've developed
over 30+ years. It differs a little from regular cellsalt theory which
generally uses homeopathic tablets, pellets or sprays.
Way back when first starting out on cellsalts, I more or less
followed the regular system but gradually adapted to using some substitute products which I find easier to take, more convenient and
more economical while still producing the same results. Using
substitutes was only possible after gaining some experience with the actions
of the various cellsalts and what symptoms they treated.
Currently this is the system I use -
|Substitute with calcium carbonate tablets
|Substitute with cream of tartar which is a high
potassium by-product from wine making.
Another acceptable form of potassium no doubt would be potassium
carbonate but which I haven't yet tried.
||Substitute with sodium bicarbonate, or bicarb.
There is some interesting articles written on the value of
bicarb towards treating ill health.
||Regarding cream of tartar and bicarb, I take 1/2
heaped tspn each in a little water and this is 1 dose. This seems
to be the right proportion of each and I take them together
always, not separately.
|Mag phos, silica & ferrum phos
||These 3 cellsalts I still take in homeopathic 6x
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