Biochemical Therapy by Dr. Schüssler

Supporting the human body functions

The biochemical therapy is a way of supporting the human body functions with mineral salts which are indispensable for the metabolic processes within the cells.
There are many forms of mineral preparations available on the market. The majority are mineral salts for substitution which supply the body with the lacking minerals.
In contrast to common practice of using mineral salts for substitution, Dr. Schüssler Salts stimulate the human body to improve the absorption of lacking minerals from ingested food and ensure their balanced distribution within the body’s tissues. They are chemically pure salts homogenous to the cell minerals in the human body, thus they are physiologically and chemically in close relation to them.

The Therapy´s Origin

The biochemical therapy makes use of the basic 12 Dr. Schüssler Salts which were all discovered by Dr. Wilhelm Heinrich Schüssler (1821 – 1898), a German physician. Schüssler had theorised that these mineral salts were vital for the regular functioning of the body´s cells. He had concluded further that deficiencies in any of these tissue salts would lead to dysfunction and illness. Consequently, treatment of mineral imbalances in the body by tissue salts must be an essential factor for restoring health.


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