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Tissue Cell Salts Question

Hi, I would like to know what is the proper way of taking tissue salt remedies, are they taken with warm water or cold water, or are they sucked like homeopathy pills, or should they be chewed, should there be any gap of eating when taking the medicine like homeopathy? Plz reply soon,
  samur420 on 2010-12-01
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
One can leave one or two pills under the tongue to dissolve. No need to chew. yes there should be some gap before and after taking tissue salts. Need not be taken in water unless it's required in an acute set up. For example mag. phos. in lukeworm water sipped frequently can relieve cramps. Other tissue salts shall be dissolved in normal water and not warm water.
maheeru last decade
Hello, I will post my question here since it has the right title :)
Are all Tissue Cell Salts absolutely safe taken along any other homeopathic medicine? For instance, if you are taking Mercurius in homeopatic form can you take Silicea in Tissue Salt? Thank you for your answer.
Andorinha last decade
Tissue salts can be taken safely. However if you're taking homeopathic remedies, then giving respect to the remedy relationships(the inimical relationship such as Merc vs silicea) will surely keep you out of harms's way.
maheeru last decade

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