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Philosophy of Healing

"A disturbance of the modelcular motion of one of the inorganic materials in a tissue cases a sickness, for the cure of which it suffices that a minimal dose of the same inorganic substance be furnished, since the molecules of the material thus used as a remedy fill the breach in the chain of molecules of the cell-salts or tissue salts under consideration."

~ William H. Schuessler

Elaborations and Reproductions of Original Texts

" The Healing Echo" by Vinton McCabe

"Schuessler developed a method of treatment that could rightly be considered the perfect balancing point between homeopathy and nutritional medicine."

"In The Healing Echo, Vinton McCabe claries Schussler’s methods and his philosophy of treatment in a manner that is clear, concise and fully engaging. With this exploration of the cell salts, McCabe offers readers a method by which they may learn the fundamentals of this simplified form of homeopathic treatment."

"Further, he offers a comprehensive look at the cell salt remedies themselves, their used in the treatment of specific conditions and the manner in which they may become a part of a daily program of nutrition in the home."

The Twelve Tissue Salts

The twelve salts, as listed below, are each described briefly in the pages from Deutsche Homöopathie-Union (DHU).

A comprehensive understanding of the tissue or cell salts is provided on the website by Eva Marbach Verlag:

"The twelve basic cell salts often are called only with her number, especially in the home of cell salts, in Germany, therefore it is useful to remember the numbers of the cell salts. ... In the United States the cell salt Calcium sulphate is placed at the third place, in the rest of the world it has the number twelve.

In the list below we have used the German style numbers with the American numbers given in brackets (from the list by Eva Marbach Verlag):

  • No 1 (1) Calcium fluoride (Calc Fluor)
  • No 2 (2) Calcium phosphate (Calc Phos)
  • No 3 (4) Iron phosphate (Ferrum Phos)
  • No 4 (5) Potassium chloride (Kali Mur)
  • No 5 (6) Potassium phosphate (Kali Phos)
  • No 6 (7) Potassium sulphate (Kali Sulph)
  • No 7 (8) Magnesium phosphate (Mag Phos)
  • No 8 (9) Sodium chloride (Nat Mur)
  • No 9 (10) Sodium phosphate (Nat Phos)
  • No 10 (11) Sodium sulphate (Nat Sulph)
  • No 11 (12) Silica (Silicea)
  • No 12 (3) Calcium sulphate (Calc Sulph)

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