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The Biochemical System of Medicine The Twelve Biochemic Cell Salt Remedies Lecture by Dr. Shuruq Abdur Rahman ND
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Preview Founder Philosophy Principles - System of Biochemical Medicine The 12 cell salts- ‘Category and Functions’ Clinical use of tissue (cell) salts Diagnosis Case Study Conclusion
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Founding Physician Dr. W. H. Schuessler MD 1821- 1898 Oldenburg, Germany
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Philosophy-Natural Law “The structure and vitality of the organs depend on the presence of the necessary quantities of the inorganic constituents.” *Professor Molescott of Rome In his works ‘Vital Circulation’
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Philosophy of Health Health is the state of the body when all the various tissues are in a normal condition; and they are kept in this state when they receive the requisite quantity of needful cell salts. Disease is an altered state of the cell, produced by some irregularity in the supply to the cells of one of the inorganic salts.
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Biochemistry means ‘Chemistry of Life’ Biochemistry means ‘ Body in Health’ Biochemistry has a system of medicine Overview: Biochemistry
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Principles of The Biochemic Cell Salts The body is made up of cells. Different kinds of cells build up the different tissues and organs of the body. The difference in cells are largely determined by the kind of inorganic salts which enter into there composition.
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What is a Biochemical Remedy? The biochemical remedies are: 1. Inorganic Cell Salts (12 in number). *Prepared by Trituration. 2. Rendered fine enough to be absorbed by delicate cells wherever needed. 3. Binds with albumin to create form.
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The Twelve Biochemical Remedy categories Phosphates…… of lime of Iron of Potash of Soda Magnesium Chlorides of Potash of Soda Sulphates of Lime of Soda of Potash Fluoride of lime Pure Silicea
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The Twelve Cell Salt Remedies Calcarea Phosphorica Calc Phos. Ferrum Phosphoricum Ferrum Phos. Kali Phosphoricum Kali Phos.
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  • Sodium chloride, Phosphorica Ferrum Phosphoricum Kali Phosphoricum Naturum Phosphoricum Magnisium Phosphorica Kali Muriaticum Natrum Muriaticum Calc Sulphoricun Natruim Sulphuricum Kali Suphuricum Calcarea Fluorica, Kali Mur, Kali Phos

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