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Mag-Phos 'Homeopathic Aspirin'

Remedy of the month

Tissue Salts contain naturally occurring minerals found in our bodies. When we are depleted we experience symptoms that can be corrected by taking a well indicated tissue salt. There are 12 main tissue salts that can be taken individually or in combination. Here I look at Mag. Phos, often referred to as 'Homeopathic Aspirin' due to its effects on neuralgic pain.

This is always my go to remedy when I have a headache or abdominal cramps (along with drinking plenty of water)

Mag.Phos (Magnesium Phosphate)

Mag.Phos is known as the anti-spasmodic tissue salt. Its main function is in connection with the nervous system where it supplements the action of Kali.Phos. When a deficiency of Mag.Phos occurs, the white fibres contract, causing spasms and cramps. This tissue salt is of importance to muscular tissue, ensuring rhythmic coherent movement. Mag.Phos is quick to relieve pain, especially cramping, Shooting, darting or spasmodic pains.

Mag.Phos is indicated for nerve pains, such as neuralgia, neuritis and sciatica, and headaches accompanied by shooting, darting stabs of pain. It relieves muscular twitching, cramps, hiccups, convulsive fits of coughing and those sudden sharp twinges that are so distressing. It also relieves menstrual pain. Stomach cramps and flatulence respond to treatment with this tissue salt. These symptoms may be aggravated by heat, be pressure, and by bending double. The doses may be taken at frequent intervals until relief is obtained.

Mag.Phos will often act more rapidly when dissolved in warm water and sipped frequently. They can also be taken along with my Herbal tonics and other Homeopathic remedies.

For more information on taking Tissue Salts or general Homeopathic information I'll be delighted to speak with you. Please contact me on: 07773983739


I also offer a free 15 minute chat to see if this treatment is suitable for you.

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