Don't CELL yourself short!! Use CELL SALTS instead!
is the first of the twelve cell salts.
Where is Calc Fluor found?
Primarily in the surface of our teeth and bones. It contributes to much of the characteristic hardness of our teeth and bones while also keeping many other tissues soft and flexible such as our blood vessels, muscles, connective tissues, and ligaments.
How can Calc Fluor help?
It is best to remember that Calc Fluor is responsible for tissue ELASTICITY. This cell salt offers fundamental healing support for tissues in an overly relaxed state---worn out, flabby, and lax. Problems like muscle/tendon/ligament laxity or weakness, stretch marks, hemorrhoids, varicose veins, loose or decaying teeth, deficient tooth enamel, and enlarged/hardened glands may respond well to this remedy.
This remedy can also be very helpful for skin that has lost its elasticity and has become dry and cracked especially the hands, feet and lips.
Some resources document its ability to lessen calcium deposits and hard swellings. For example, certain bony growths like bone spurs can soften and dissolve under its influence.
May help stiff, achy joints, such as with carpal tunnel syndrome.
Children and Calc Fluor:
Calc Fluor can also make a big difference in supporting the tissues of slow growing, late walking babies and young children. Used for delayed dentition and growing pains in children.
In Health and Happiness,
Kelly Harrington, MS, RD
Nutritionist for Healthy Goods
Some of the content in this cell salt blog was originally written by Erika Correnti, ND, and posted on the Healthy Goods blog in July 2010.
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