Remineralize Your Body With Cell Salts
Cell salts, also known as bioplasma, mineral salts or tissue salts, are a group of homeopathic remedies made from minerals. They were developed in the late 19th century by a German doctor, Wilhelm Heinrich Schuessler. Dr. Schuessler studied the ash residue of human cells. In the cells he discovered 12 mineral salts and theorized that deficiencies in these salts could lead to disease.
Now, over 100 years later, Dr. Schuessler’s mineral salt formulas have been used by thousands of people around the world.
Why Use Cell Salts
Every tissue, cell and process in the body requires mineral salts. Because cell salts are in a homeopathic form, they are much more bioavailable than other forms of mineral supplements. They get absorbed immediately through the saliva. This is a real plus point for the elderly and people with digestive issues.
Tissue salts can help restore and rebuild your skin, hair , nails, tissues, cells, and organs. They can also help heal various infections and illnesses. Cell salts may even help with memory loss and emotional distress. In fact, there is nothing in the body that would not benefit from taking these tissue salts.
Take Cell Salts in the Heat & During Exercise
As previously mentioned, cells salts help an amazing array of health problems. They are also good to take the hot summer months or during exercise to help prevent dehydration. Cell salts are electrolytes which help regulate your internal balance. They help maintain the fluid balance and temperature in the body. If you get overheated you may get a headache, muscle cramps, dizzy or feel washed out and tired. Taking sea salt and potassium, along with cell salts, can help you feel fresh even on the hottest day, or during the toughest workout. You also need to drink lots of good quality fluids that do not contain sugar or artificial ingredients to stay hydrated. Have a great summer.
You can order your own summer essentials below:
Sea Salt Tablets
Potassium Gluconate Tablets
To your health!
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