Tissue Salts are specially prepared micro-doses of the body’s 12 essential minerals. These minerals are important for the functioning and health of the body; if deficiency or imbalance occurs, common ailments or illness may result. With today’s reliance on highly processed foods, keeping a healthy balance of minerals in the body is often difficult. Schuessler Tissue Salts are natural, suitable for the whole family and may be taken alongside other medications and dietary supplements including minerals and vitamins. They are specially formulated homeopathic micro-doses that are absorbed in the mouth rather than in the stomach and gastric tract.
Martin & Pleasance have been manufacturing Schuessler Tissue Salts for over 130 years and still use the traditional process of hand-grinding the minerals. Tissue Salts are based on the original system developed by Dr WH Schuessler, a German chemist and physician, who recognized that when the body is lacking one of these 12 essential minerals many common ailments may occur. Through quick absorption of these micro dosed minerals and stimulation of the body’s natural healing responses, Schuessler Tissue Salts offer an easy to take solution for the relief of fever, cough and colds, teething, muscle cramps, skin problems and many more common health concerns.
COMBINATION 5 (NERVE TONIC)
Traditionally used for the temporary relief of symptoms associated with:
- Mild Anxiety
- Neuralgic Pain
- General Debiltity
- Adults: 1 tablet
- Children: 1/2 tablet
- Infants: 1/4 tablet
Acute conditions: Every half an hour (up to 6 doses per day) until symptoms subside.
Chronic or maintenance dose: 4 times daily.
Directions: Chew tablets or crush and dissolve in water. Take half an hour before meals, last dose at bedtime, or as professionally prescribed.
Contains equal amounts of 6x:
- Calc phos (Calcium phosphate)
- Mag phos (Magnesium phosphate)
- Ferr phos (Ferric pyrophosphate)
- Nat phos (Sodium phosphate)
- Kali phos (Potassium phosphate)
Warning: Always read the label and use only as directed. If symptoms persist consult your health care professional