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Blood Purification

Calcium sulphate, "the blood purifier"

"Calcium Sulphate is a blood purifier and healer. It is found in the liver where it helps in the removal of waste products from the blood stream and it has a cleansing and purifying influence throughout the system. 

"Calcium Sulphate cleans out the accumulation of non-functional, organic matter in the tissues and causes infiltrated parts to discharge their contents readily, throwing off decaying organic matter, so that it may not lie dormant or slowly decay and thus injure the surrounding tissues."

-- The Biochemic Handbook

 

It is predicted that in coming years, up to 70% of 60+ year olds will have osteoporosis to some extent.  This is an amazing prediction and shows up the extent of calcium deficiency in the population.

Incidentally, the cellsalts to help with calcium absorption are shown below. They can be purchased from health shops in one tablet known as 
Combination U.

 

U Calcium absorption, low calcium levels, osteoporosis  calcium phosphate, silica, sodium phosphate

 

 

They give calcium supplements to horses

The need for calcium supplements is recognised by horse breeders. The following information was found on the Cyberhorse website and details different levels of calcium required for different horses for optimal performance. 

The amounts given would be maintenance levels and designed to prevent bone loss. Once bone loss has occurred it would probably be a different story. 

Note the amounts given for horses vary between 30 grams to 160 grams per day. Admittedly, a horse is a bigger animal than a man, but when you consider the RDA for humans is somewhere around 1 gram to 1.2 grams a day, it makes you wonder.

 


 

Horses get looked after better than people
http://www.cyberhorse.net.au/iah/calciplex.htm

"To keep bones strong and healthy, horses must receive enough calcium to meet their daily needs. If they don't, they must "borrow" what they need from their bones, depleting reserves of this essential nutrient. Calcium deficiency in young horses causes them to grow with weak thin bones, whereas older horses can suffer from brittle bones and lameness. 

"To prevent these problems, calcium supplementation is necessary, particularly growing and breeding horses, those on high grain diets and horses grazing tropical pastures.

"Calcium is also important for the proper functioning of nerves and muscles, so adequate daily intake is absolutely necessary for competition horses to perform at their best.

"The following dose rates provide NRC# 50-100% of the horse's daily calcium requirement for each class of horse.

Horses in Work          60 g to 120 g/day
Lactating Mares          80 g to 160 g/day
Horses Spelling         30 g to 60 g/day
Dry Mares                     30 g to 60 g/day
Stallions                     50 g to 100 g/day
Yearlings                     50 g to 100 g/day
Pregnant Mares            50 g to 100 g/day
Weanlings                     60 g to 120 g/day

 

# The percentage of the National Research Council (NRC) horse requirements.