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We have been having a heatwave in Michigan- no rain and over 90 degrees for 2 months.

I have been struggling getting my guts back in a harmonious balance, during my female cycle it always makes my guts a mess, no matter what I eat. Sometimes when it's in a bad cycle it wants to stay there.

On my regime, lots of peppermint tea. Good vitamins that I can take, lots of fiber and tons of water.

Started taking Bioplasma again , had forgotten about cell salts.

Within a few hours of taking the Bioplasma it helped me with the weakness and the headache from the days of D.

Just sharing. :)

I gave it to my kid and my hubby, since we are sweating so much because of the heat wave it works better than Gatorade which is a lot of sugar and food dye.

Bioplasma cell salts... who knew

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Bubba's Mom    103

We have been having a heatwave in Michigan- no rain and over 90 degrees for 2 months.

I have been struggling getting my guts back in a harmonious balance, during my female cycle it always makes my guts a mess, no matter what I eat. Sometimes when it's in a bad cycle it wants to stay there.

On my regime, lots of peppermint tea. Good vitamins that I can take, lots of fiber and tons of water.

Started taking Bioplasma again , had forgotten about cell salts.

Within a few hours of taking the Bioplasma it helped me with the weakness and the headache from the days of D.

Just sharing. :)

I gave it to my kid and my hubby, since we are sweating so much because of the heat wave it works better than Gatorade which is a lot of sugar and food dye.

Bioplasma cell salts... who knew

We have your same weather here in Ohio. I've been sick the past week from the heat.

I've never heard of Bioplasma cell salts..will look into it.

They say that processed foods are very high in sodium. I'm on a whole foods diet, so getting a lot less salt. I've wondered if the lower salt intake is what is getting to me in this heat? It was 100* yesterday and our AC can't keep up!

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Copied from website - Different than sodium.

Each of the twelve cell salts are thought to be helpful for many conditions, but the following information covers the main uses of these remedies.

Calc Fluor is used for bones, teeth, blood vessels, and connective tissue. It can be used in treating hemorrhoids, fibroids, varicose veins, swollen glands, and weak ligaments and tendons.

Calc Phos is also used for bone tissues, restoring strength after illness, and for muscle cramps and spasms. It can also be used in osteoporosis, broken bones, poor development of bones or teeth, hiatal hernias, uterine prolapse, and chronic infections.

Calc Sulph is used for wound healing, building new tissues, and to help the liver detoxify the blood. It is also used in superficial burns, acne, ulcers, boils, abscesses, mucus membrane inflammation, bronchitis, sinusitis, and pinkeye.

Ferr Phos helps the blood carry oxygen, strengthen the blood vessels, and fight infections. It is used in low-grade fevers, bruises, trauma, excessive nosebleeds, and anemia (especially during pregnancy), bleeding ulcers, irregular menses, toothaches, and inflamed gums.

Kali Mur is contained in muscles, nerve, brain, and blood cells. It is used with to treat closed eustachian tubes, laryngitis, pleurisy, dry eczema, diarrhea, vaginal discharge, dry coughs, and can help thin mucus.

Kali Phos regulates and regenerates the nervous system. It is used in fatigue, stress, exhaustion, vertigo, spasms, numbness, depression, nervous headaches, skin eruptions, stress-induced high blood pressure, numbness, and anxiety.

Kali Sulph carries oxygen to the cells. It is also used with chronic ear infections, skin problems, joint or nerve pain, and chronic thick mucus.

Mag Phos is found in the blood, bones, teeth, spine, nerves, and brain. It is used with muscle spasms and cramps, sudden loss of energy, back pain, pre-menstrual cramps, irritability, teething pain, and heart arrythmias.

Nat Mur helps with the proper distribution of water in the body and corrects excessive dryness or moisture anywhere in the body. It is used with wet eczema, dry mouth, tinnitus, cataracts, diarrhea, blisters, fever, hayfever, and swelling.

Nat Phos regulates the acid-base balance and the assimilation of fats. It can help with heartburn, arthritis, poor digestion, acid stomachaches, gall and kidney stones, excess perspiration, morning sickness, and fibromyalgia.

Nat Sulph removes excess water from the cells and the connective tissue and improves liver function. It is used in diabetes, enuresis, poor appetite, jaundice, swelling, influenza, and poor digestion.

Silica is found in connective tissues, bones, hair, teeth, nails, and nerve cells. It is used to improve kidney function, exhaustion, adrenal weakness, poor absorption of nutrients, and patients who are easily chilled.

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