Diary of Unknown Symptoms

Mystery of the Internal Vibration

Entry for July 06, 2006


Homeopathic Remedy

Cell Salts help absorb minerals

Magnesium Phosphate is found inside the cells of muscles, nerves, bones, the brain and spine. Deficiency affects muscle fibers and nerve endings. This shows the wisdom of using Magnesium Phosphate for muscle spasms in the back, and menstrual and leg cramps.

Magnesium is involved in more than 300 enzymatic reactions involving energy and nerve function. Homeopathic Magnesium Phos goes quickly into the system for prompt relief. Studies have shown that most adults are deficient in the mineral magnesium. Refined foods, pollution, non-absorption and insufficient ability of the body to utilize magnesium in the body are some of the causes. It is especially recommended that diabetics, individuals with heart disease and those with high blood pressure have their magnesium levels checked.

Magnesium Phos, especially in low potency 6X, can help your body utilize magnesium in the body and from food and is completely safe (unlike 500 mg supplements that can cause bowel overload with resulting diarrhea). Magnesium is one of the trio including Potassium and Calcium involved in muscle function. Magnesium deficiency has been linked with CFS, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Consider Magnesium Phosphate when there has been nerve injury or damage. Injury recovery will benefit from Magnesium Phosphate. Magnesium Phosphate is indicated when nerve pain is shooting, darting, or spasmodic. Couple this with magnesium’s presence in the brain and you’ll see Magnesium Phosphate’s importance in neuralgias and headaches.

Cell Salts improve the body’s ability to absorb Magnesium. If lacking in Magnesium Phos, nerves are on edge with the inability to relax.

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July 6, 2006 - Posted by | Health | , ,

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