Cell Salt Deficiency
Jun 28, 2014 07:21AM
Every body requires 12 essential cell salts. These elements are part of the basic make-up of blood and include iron, potassium sulphate, potassium phosphorous, kali mur, nutrum, nutrum phosphorous and magnesium phosphorous. These minerals provide the foundation for enzyme activity in the body, serving as catalysts in energy cycles and functions. Salts nourish cells to provide the foundation for a healthy body, by facilitating water balance, removing toxins, elasticity of the cells, sodium-potassium balance, oxygenation and digestion.
For cell salts to be fully operational, they must blend with ionized minerals, in order for the supplements to be properly absorbed into the body. Without this process, most of it is expelled from the body through waste, providing no health benefits whatsoever.
Without cell salts, the 71 “pockets” within the intestines do not function and are unable to provide sustaining nourishment to all of the body’s systems. When a particular pocket is clogged or backed up, there is a strong correlation to poor health conditions in other parts of the body. For example, pocket eight assimilates silica and without proper functioning, may lead to an asthmatic condition or mammary gland issues.
As all processes in the body are dependent upon cell salt assimilation, and cell salt assimilation is dependent upon ionization, many fundamental health-related conditions can be overcome with their usage.
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