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post #41 of 1199
I just ordered the Biochemic Handbook on ebay for 2.99!!!


Another thing is I was talking to someone that heard from someone that knows about using cell salts very well, and they said that the bioplasma is bad because it is not a good combination of all the salts, and (lets see if I can repeat without stumbling), example they gave was- if you give calc phos and need to repeat with calc fluor, you would increase the dosage compared to the salt before and so on. And if you use the biopasma, it give the body mixed messages since the dosages are the same and is bad. These are not my words but what I was told through the grapevine. And this "Cell salt expert" wants to teach me about them, but I am not sure if they are right on their teachings.
post #42 of 1199
Well, there's a few things I don't agree with there.

She's right in the sense that certain salts follow others *in acute instances.* As in first stage of a cold would be ferrum phos, second stage kali mur and third stage kali sulph. In acute prescribing that's how you'd give them. One salt clearly follows another *if you are looking at the progression of illness.* HOWEVER that doesn't mean that giving them together creates a problem. It just means the results won't be as swift (IMO and E) You are always better off with the correct remedy given on it's own. Since many people don't want to get that deep into them, bioplasma is a great alternative. Again, my opinion-though certainly not mine alone!

However in pregnancy using it regularly you aren't TREATING. You are supporting. Big difference. The twelve salts are the inorganic substances that make up the body. They are what would be left if you studied remains. They are necessary for life. Having them in your body means that the nutrients can be recognized and accessed more readily. They will allow you to recognize folate, vitamin A, vitamin D, B vitamins etc. and bolster your system. They will also, as a byproduct of increasing nutrition limit fatigue, discomfort, and things like stretch marks (yay again, calc fluor!)

As with anything there are different methods and you should always use what resonates with you. For the question, "why not just give bioplasma?" there are some practitioners that do just that. It's one way of doing things. Not my way...but that doesnt' make it wrong.

I use bioplasma for my husband who has lyme which helps with the fatigue. I also use the biochemic phosphates because of his neurological involvement. ON top of that I use calc fluor because of connective tissue issues. This makes a huge difference for him, but I wouldn't ever pull the bioplasma. It gives a great foundation for everything else.

My answer would be if you have someone willing to teach you-take them up on it. You don't have to adopt their beliefs. You dont' have to follow everything they say. You will learn MORE at times when you have to actively question the information because you make it your own. You should never learn anything and follow it blindly so the fact that you question some of the info will only benefit you long term.
post #43 of 1199
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Originally Posted by Panserbjørne View Post
YES! Calc fluor specifically would be what you want, but I love that combo. DEFINITELY get bioplasma too...every pregnant woman in the world should be on it. Homeopathic literature going back centuries has shown documented positive changes using it at this precious time. It has specifically been shown to be of significant benefit in reducing midline defects which are becoming more prevalent now. I highly recommend using it.
Thanks so much for this. I only wish I had stumbled on this wisdom earlier. I have a few midline defects (as do my siblings), so it's something I've been sort of focused on.
post #44 of 1199
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Originally Posted by Panserbjørne View Post

... For the question, "why not just give bioplasma?" there are some practitioners that do just that. It's one way of doing things. Not my way...but that doesnt' make it wrong.

...My answer would be if you have someone willing to teach you-take them up on it. You don't have to adopt their beliefs.
So...I'm going to take you up on it

What combo would you give to school-aged kids instead of Bioplasma/B-XII?

post #45 of 1199
for what purpose? Bioplasma is the basic building blocks of life. A combo given aside from that would generally have a purpose. What are you seeing that you'd want to address? Otherwise for general purposes I would just do bioplasma.
post #46 of 1199
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Originally Posted by Panserbjørne View Post
for what purpose? Bioplasma is the basic building blocks of life. A combo given aside from that would generally have a purpose. What are you seeing that you'd want to address? Otherwise for general purposes I would just do bioplasma.
You've answered my question, actually. Thank you. (General health, maintenance = Bioplasma)
post #47 of 1199
Panserbjorne-

What would you recommend to have on hand for a toddler? I'm sure bioplasma would be one and I plan on getting calc fluor but I was thinking of getting 1 or 2 more.

Maybe silica or teething tabs?
post #48 of 1199
Depends on the kiddo! If they had trouble sleeping the phosphates are wonderful. I would always say ferrum phos just cause it's so good in the beginning stages of illness. Mag phos is another I don't like to be without in a single salt. Silica is a must especially if the kiddo is on the slight side with slow growing hair and nails.

If you can, you could look at the full kit for $50 and have all of them!
post #49 of 1199
What would you give a child who is fighting something off but starting to lose?

Lots of congestion. Croupish cough. Some lethargy.
post #50 of 1199
is there visible mucus? what color?
post #51 of 1199
ugh, she woke up in the middle of the night with what I assume is croup. Crap, crap, crap.

No mucous but breathing sounds terrible and cough sounds awful.
post #52 of 1199
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Originally Posted by Panserbjørne View Post
Depends on the kiddo! If they had trouble sleeping the phosphates are wonderful. I would always say ferrum phos just cause it's so good in the beginning stages of illness. Mag phos is another I don't like to be without in a single salt. Silica is a must especially if the kiddo is on the slight side with slow growing hair and nails.

If you can, you could look at the full kit for $50 and have all of them!
. It's unusual because her hair is slow to grow as well as her toenails but man her fingernails must be cut at least once a week. Her is dry as well. I'm going for the kit...thank you!
post #53 of 1199
I recieved my cell salts today. We are starting with silica(DD has weak toenails and slow growing hair),Cal phos(to help with teeth) and cal flour(Dd has decay on her top front teeth). Do I just follow the dose on the bottle or adjust it? It says to give 2 pellets every 4 hours
post #54 of 1199
I would do it 3-4 times a day, personally.
post #55 of 1199
Can I ask a question? I just discovered a cavity on my 5.5y.o. and was looking at getting the cell salts, I thought I would get the kit. Howevr, I see that it is 6x potency and others are talking about using 30c if it is for an working on an immediate problem as opposed to maintanence, so where do you get that potency or should I just do the 6x? This is new to me so I am a little confused. thanks in advance !
post #56 of 1199
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I would do it 3-4 times a day, personally.
If I'm already giving bioplasma would you recommend giving the other ones as well as the bioplasma for those particular problems?
post #57 of 1199
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I would do it 3-4 times a day, personally.
Thank you
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Can I ask a question? I just discovered a cavity on my 5.5y.o. and was looking at getting the cell salts, I thought I would get the kit. Howevr, I see that it is 6x potency and others are talking about using 30c if it is for an working on an immediate problem as opposed to maintanence, so where do you get that potency or should I just do the 6x? This is new to me so I am a little confused. thanks in advance !
I believe on the 1st page of thread Panserbjorne says she perfers 6x and sometimes will use 12x. I have to go back and read it for sure but check it out. I know some of the cell salts(at least where I bought them) didn't offer 30c only 6x or 12x. Ok it's page 2 post #23
post #58 of 1199
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Thank you


I believe on the 1st page of thread Panserbjorne says she perfers 6x and sometimes will use 12x. I have to go back and read it for sure but check it out. I know some of the cell salts(at least where I bought them) didn't offer 30c only 6x or 12x.
I'm pretty sure 30c is the homeopathic potency you would use for completely different purposes.

The cell salts are not the same as homeopathic remedies.
post #59 of 1199
doh! I swear I read it, but I totally missed that! thanks for pointing me the right direction!
post #60 of 1199
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I'm pretty sure 30c is the homeopathic potency you would use for completely different purposes.

The cell salts are not the same as homeopathic remedies.
Yes she was asking about cell salts.For Some of the single cell salts they offer 30c.

http://www.1-800homeopathy.com/cell-...rea-fluor.html
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