Kali Sulph, also known as Potassium Sulphate, is the seventh of twelve cell salts. 

This cell salt is associated with the color YELLOW! Whether it be yellow discharge or mucus from a cough, cold, or earache or a yellow-coated tongue, Kali Sulph will help.

Where is Kali Sulph found?

It primarily effects the skin and the mucus membranes. It carries oxygen to your cells. It is the remedy for the late stage of inflammation.

Here are some of the many uses for Kali Sulph:

LUNGS: 

When coughing up yellow mucus, such as a chest cold or with sinusitis. A good remedy for children with bronchitis. The cough is loose but the mucus is difficult to cough up. A change of weather from cold to warm can bring on symptoms. A cough, cold, or joint pain that move around the body and are worse with heat and better for a walk in the fresh air.

SKIN:

Helpful for treating psoriasis and eczema. There can be much itching which is worse at night. Also used for pimples and blemishes or other eruptions of the skin, such as poison ivy and poison oak.

EARS: 

Earache or eardrum inflammation. During an earache, the person has crackling in the ears when chewing and temporary hearing loss from mucus in the middle ear.

HAIR: 

Kali Sulph is a famous dandruff remedy. Can also be used for ringworm of the scalp.

MENOPAUSE:

Try Kali Sulph for those uncomfortable hot flashes.

How do I take cell salts?

To learn how to take cell salts, go here

In Health and Happiness,

Kelly Harrington, MS, RDN

Registered Dietitian Nutritionist for Healthy Goods

Kelly Harrington, MS, RD

References:

1. Chapman, J.B. The Biochemic Handbook: How to Get Well and Keep Fit With Biochemic Tissue Salts. St. Louis: Formur, 1994.

2. Chapman, J.B. Dr. Schuessler's Biochemistry. London: New Era Labs, 1973.

3. King, S. www.homeopathy-help.net. 2004-2008.

4. Saul, A. Fire Your Doctor. Laguna Beach: Basic Health, 2005.

5. Weintraub, Skye. Natural Healing with Cell Salts. Pleasant Grove: Woodland, 1999.

 

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