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Tissue salt no. 7 - Kali Sulph (Kalium Sulphuricum or Potassium Sulphate)

Tissue salt no. 7 - Kali Sulph (Kalium Sulphuricum or Potassium Sulphate) This tissue salt is our cell oxygenator (it is involved in oxidative phosphorylation in mitochondria, which is essential for the production of cellular energy). “Potassium sulphate is the most intriguing of the human elements as when everything else fails, nature seems to fall back on this remedy. It is the remedy for the third or destructive stage of disease and therefore results seem miraculous” - M.C.H. Blackmore When it's deficient in the body, the following symptoms may be noticed: ✶ Pyrogenic (fever inducing) and fungal infection ✶ Third stage of inflammation ✶ Conditions arising from hypoxia ✶ Skin conditions (eczema, psoriasis, pimples, blemishes, eruptions, dandruff) ✶ Loose cough (however mucus is difficult to cough up) ✶ Thick yellow mucus or discharge when sick ✶ Thermo-irregularity (chilliness, flashes of heat etc) ✶ Wandering pains due to insufficient oxygenation (arthritis) ✶ Recurring fungal, bacterial or viral infections ✶ Stagnant conditions (diverticular disease, endometriosis, etc) ✶ Lack of concentration & confusion ‼ NB- Heavy coffee consumption and smoking can cause a Kali Sulph deficiency!

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