Nat Sulph No. 11 - Tablets

Code
00024441836022
Size:150s
R49.95
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Overview

HOMEOFORCE NAT SULPH NO.11 150 Nat Sulph works to eliminate excess water and acid. This tissue salt stimulates the body's natural secretions.

Description

Indicated for water retention, acid elimination, biliousness, nausea and influenza. Together with Nat Mur which attracts water into the body cells and systems, the two salts regulate body fluids. An imbalance of Nat Sulph in the body results in: a weakness in last stages of digestion, the pancreas, kidneys and joints. Tissue salts were introduced by homeopath and chemist Dr. William Heinrich Schuessler in 1973. He believed disease is caused by a lack of mineral salts in the tissue cells of the body and maintained that when we give these salts to the body, it is able to fight off disease. Tissue salts are necessary for harmonious body functions; for rebuilding and detoxifying cells. They also improve the absorption rate of important nutrients from food.

 

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