Q: I read the article about tissue salts. If the dilution is 1 active molecule (salt) to 1 000 000 molecules lactose, I was wondering if one tablet contains 1 000 000 molecules and if one can be sure that a tissue salt molecule is actually in the tablet you take?
A: Each of our 500mg tablets contains 500ng of tissue salt. During the manufacturing process, the tissue salt is sequentially blended into the diluent (and ours is not lactose) in a unique proprietary process. Continue reading Can one be sure that a tissue salt molecule is actually in the tablet?