Dr. Schuessler’s Biochemic System of Medicine calls for the use of only twelve remedies known as homeopathic tissue remedies, or “cell salts,” all normally present in healthy blood and tissues. In Schuessler’s theory, these tissue remedies are vital constituents of the body, the workers and the builders, which combine with organic substances in creating and maintaining the millions of cells composing the body. Thus, any tissue salt deficiency or imbalance may result in disease with symptoms varying according to the salt that is lacking. In Schuessler’s theory of health, by supplying the deficient tissue salt the cells can again function normally and health should be restored. Schuessler presents a precise linking of cause and effect, a logical process based on the application of nature’s own scientific principles of health and healing. The Biochemic Tissue Remedies are vital cell “foods” prepared homeopathically in an extremely finely subdivided form. This method attempts to ensure their ready assimilation and leads to a speedy restoration of that balance and harmony in the system, spelling health and fitness. Whenever you use the NuAge line of tissue remedies, you can be certain that you have the original salt medicines prepared homeopathically according to the requirements of the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States. Always insist on the NuAge brand of Tissue Salts.
Following suggested directions in the administration of NuAge tissue salt remedies will aid in assuring their effectiveness.
In general, the dose for adults and children over 6 years of age is four tablets, and for children ages 2 to 6 is two tablets. The tablets should be dissolved under the tongue. Sublingual administration allows the tablet to diffuse into the blood through the tissues under the tongue, which is more direct and often faster than swallowing the tablet. Nothing is to be gained by increasing the size of the dose, but frequency of dose may be varied as occasion required. If you discover a time for taking and frequency of dose best suited to your needs, this may be adopted.
A dose should be taken every 15 minutes for up to 8 doses if the case is acute. In less urgent cases, a dose should be taken three times daily.
In some cases two remedies may be equally appropriate. When this occurs, both remedies should be taken in alteration. If the case is acute, remedy “A” will be taken at the hour and remedy “B” will be taken at half past the hour, and so on, repeating each remedy hourly. If the case is less acute, then remedies may be taken at two hour intervals. In chronic cases, it is usual for the remedies to be taken one before meals and the other after meals, three times a day. If taken near mealtimes, at least a quarter of an hour should be allowed to elapse between meals and the taking of the remedy.