This salt is an earthy constituent of muscles, nerves, bones, brain, spine, sperma, teeth, and blood.
Deficiency may cause muscular fibre to contract and affect nerve fibre and the terminal bulbs of nerves. The result is cramps, spasms, pain, and sometimes profuse sweat.
Dr. W.H. Scheussler's Biochemic Theory is the foundation of the Hyland's Cell Salts. According to Dr. Schuessler, when cells become deficient in one or more "salt," certain symptoms appear. When the "salt" is replaced, the symptoms are relieved.
Note: The symptoms of deficiencies are those outlined by Dr. W. H. Schuessler in his Biochemic Theory of Medicine. It should be noted that these symptoms can be due to causes completely apart from deficiencies of the particular salt under discussion. Adding the particular salt to your nutritional supplements will not necessarily guarantee the disappearance of the symptom.
"The Twelve Tissue Remedies of Schuessler", by William Boericke, M.D., and Willis A. Dewey, M.D. Sett Dey & Co., Calcutta, 1965.
"Dr. Schuessler's Biochemistry", by J. B. Chapman, M.D., New Era Laboratories, Ltd., London W3 6XH, England.
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