I’m not sure where the idea arose of tissue salts having a negative ionic charge as being the most potent form, but we receive many queries along these lines. Perhaps this idea has more to do with chelated mineral or other supplements that aren’t real biochemic tissue salts. Continue reading Should tissue salts have a negative ionic charge?
I receive many queries about pets and this is one that arrived this week. I thought I’d share the answer since I remember in my days before tissue salts really feeling helpless about our Maltese poodle who was doing just this, and then lost hair and got eczema that we were treating with cortisone on prescription from the vet. Fortunately I found tissue salts before it was too late, and we had very good results as a consequence.
Q: I wonder if you could suggest any Tissue Salts for dogs to take, they are constantly scratching and licking themselves – I’m sure they have fleas.
Many thanks DB Continue reading Tissue salts for pets with fleas
All of the AllisOne tissue salts may be used safely during pregnancy and lactation, and by infants and children. Tissue salts are the mineral body-builders, thus they are necessary to meet the heightened demands for these minerals during ante- and post-natal physiological changes of the mother and baby, and for growing infants and children. Continue reading AllisOne Tissue Salts for Pregnancy, Infants and Children
Polyols, also known as sugar-alcohols, are a group of naturally sweet carbohydrates that are found in a number of plants, stone fruits, vegetables and their fibres. Polyols are commonly used to replace sugar in many sugar-free foods, toothpastes, diabetic confections; some are formulated for use in pharmaceutical products. Sugar alcohols offer several physiological benefits such as reducing the glycaemic response after eating, preventing tooth decay, supporting a healthy blood glucose level and assisting in weight management due to their low calorie count. Although sweet tasting, they are sugar-free; and this is a confusing dynamic to understand!
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?
Q: I’m turning 45 but have a reasonably young complexion. I have however a lot of wrinkles around the lower and middle region of my neck which looks very funny because I don’t have much in my face. I would like to know why that is and what salts I can use? Continue reading Neck Wrinkles
Yes indeed – tissue salts are safe to use for children and babies, and they generally respond very quickly. Continue reading Are tissue salts safe to use for children and babies?
The question of using tissue salts for children diagnosed with attention deficit (hyperactivity) disorder comes up from time-to-time. This morning when I received this query again, it prompted the thought that many parents may be tormented with their child being given this same label, and could possibly derive some benefit from the simple salts. Continue reading Tissue salts for children with ADD / ADHD
Today I was reminded again of how wonderful tissue salts are for use in pets. Animals are wonderful examples of how natural laws are at work across the realm of creation. We are all made of the same stuff! And animals don’t experience placebo effect. Continue reading Tissue Salts for Pets