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Support Healthy Digestion With Schuessler Tissue Salts

The digestive system is a group of organs working together to convert food into energy and basic nutrients to feed the entire body.

8 Common digestive problems

  1. Reflux – heartburn – burning that leads to a sour taste in mouth
  2. Peptic ulcers – left untreated can cause internal bleeding and may eat hole in stomach wall
  3. Gallstones
  4. Lactose intolerance
  5. Diverticulitis
  6. Inflammatory Bowel Disease – diarrhoea - constipation
  7. Celiac Disease – bloating, vomiting, abdominal pain – gluten intolerant
  8. Constipation

Select a health regime that provides comfort and is able to reduce the inflammation that all the above digestive disorders may cause.  Reducing acidity is the key and an ongoing cleanse is the key as food, prescriptive medication, supplements can lead to acidity if they sit in the body for long periods of time without being absorbed.  Tissue Salts support absorption at the cellular level.

Tissue Salts support cells by regulating mineral levels. 

They are the food our cells need in order to be activated to provide the support needed for food to be digested and distributed where it needs to be.  Same with supplements, we always believe that when we swallow a supplement that it will support us and will be effectively absorbed.  However, if our cells do not have the minerals they need they will not be able to support our ongoing health.     

Nat Phos = Acid Neutraliser and Nat SulphWater Eliminator at the cellular level are needed for the building up, breaking down and transforming the body’s metabolic processes.  If the distribution of these minerals in the body is not in order then there could be a change of uric levels, resulting in conditions such as gout, reflux, rheumatic ailments, bloating …V

It is of utmost importance to add Nat Sulph and Nat Phos to your health regime is you are experiencing digestive upset and these are the two key minerals to take when deciding to take a probiotic to further support your gut health.

 

By Susan Gianevsky