In 1858 a medical 'discovery' moved many to focus on cellular health based on biochemistry, and so cell salt therapy was born.
Recently I was doing some research for a client and was reviewing my cell salt resources, when I fell upon something that could be very helpful in the effort to help people at risk for malaria, or those who have it.
The chances of reducing the risk of an attack is with the cell salt, Nat Sulph (sodium sulphate). Nat Sulph is also the key nutrient used in all facets of the disease.
Additional cell salts Calc Phos (calcium phosphate) can help with secondary anemia resulting from the disease.
Ferr Phos (iron phosphate) the oxygen supplying cell salt is very helpful when there is fever and vomiting of undigested food.
Cell salts are inexpensive and in most chronic situations the 6X dilution is used.
Selections from Natural Health News
Natural Health News: Malaria Effort Not Working
Oct 29, 2010
The herb, artemisinin, or sweet wormwood, is an ancient Chinese medicinal herb already commonly used to treat malaria worldwide. Because its effect in the body is relatively brief, it is often used in a pharmaceutical combination with . ...
Jul 08, 2010
The herb, artemisinin, or sweet wormwood, is an ancient Chinese medicinal herb already commonly used to treat malaria worldwide. Because its effect in the body is relatively brief, it is often used in a pharmaceutical combination with ...
Dec 12, 2009
ABUJA (AFP) – A rise in insecticide resistant mosquitoes has become the latest threat to combating malaria in Nigeria, where roughly up to 300000 people die each year from the killer disease, experts have warned. ...
Feb 08, 2008
UPDATE: Stephen Fisher, a missionary in Zambia is very successful using iodine to treat people with malaria. He used 20 drops of Iodine in a half glass of water given 4 or 5 times during the first day and then decreased the dose to 10 ...