Skin Ailments, Wounds, Infections, Pimples, Foot Odor? Consider Cell Salt #3!
Calc Sulph is the third of the twelve cell salts.
Where is Calc Sulph found? It is primarily found in the skin.
How can Calc Sulph help? Calc Sulph is an important remedy for skin ailments and wounds that are slow to heal. This remedy has the ability to improve the structural integrity of the skin while also controlling the production and discharge of pus which is thick, yellow and lumpy.
If there is exudate or discharge from any part of the body from bronchitis, acne, boils, abscesses or ulcers, this remedy may be very helpful in cleansing the system and ridding the body of these infections.
Consider using this remedy at the first sign of a new infection or after colds, it helps clean out a lingering, thick, croupy morning cough.
If you have burning, itching, sweaty soles and the typical strong foot odors that follow, Calc sulph can bring much relief.
Calc Sulph is also known to be a strong blood purifier because of its potent detoxifying effect on the liver. This salt, therefore, is excellent in preventing general ill health and infections of all types.
One factor that separates Calc sulph from the other Calc remedies, is that heat makes everything feel worse. Though cold air may aggravate symptoms, those who need Calc phos most hate being too hot or in hot stuffy rooms and will kick off the covers most of the time.
How to take Cell Salts? To learn how to take cell salts, go here.
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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