Coughs, colds, catarrh and allied conditions.
The autumn and winter seasonal remedy. The common cold with its unpleasant symptoms of runny nose, sneezing and catarrh is often “caught” when the body’s resistance is lowered. Often these symptoms are followed by a cough and slight chest condition. Should bronchitis develop or the cough persist the advice of a doctor should be sought. The symptoms of a common cold can be eased by Combination J.
Always read the label and use only as directed. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner. Contains lactose.
For the temporary relief of:
Chest congestion, coughs & colds.
Each tablet contains equal amounts of 6x:
Ferr phos (Ferrum phosphate)
Kali mur (Potassium chloride)
Nat mur (Sodium chloride)
Adults: 1 tablet
Children: 1/2 tablet
Infants: 1/4 tablet
Chew tablets or crush and dissolve in water.
Acute conditions: every half an hour (up to 6 doses per day) until symptoms subside.
Chronic or maintenance dose: 4 times daily.
Take half an hour before meals, last dose at bedtime, or as professionally prescribed
What are tissue salts?
Tissue Salts are micro dosed prepared minerals which support the healing processes in the body by regulating mineral levels in the cells. They are the 12 vital minerals that the body needs daily to support cell metabolism and ensure that the minerals which the body ingests are evenly distributed. They were developed, promoted and successfully put into practice as a therapeutic system by the German physician, Dr Schuessler at the end of the 19th Century.
What’s the difference between crude minerals and tissue salts?
Tissue Salts are dosed prepared prepared minerals that stimulate cell metabolism. Common mineral tablets such as magnesium or calcium have similar properties, but they simply fill up the body’s mineral reserves. Tissue Salts do not need to be broken down in the digestive tract before being assimilated, which allows them to be extremely effective.
Why are tissue salts important to our health?
Tissue Salts provide the cells with the essential nutrients that they lack; proper mineral balance in necessary for normal cell function. When the blood lacks the necessary nutrients, the body becomes prone to illness. Tissue Salts improve the overall absorption of nutrients ingested and encourage overall good health and wellbeing.
What causes tissue salt deficiency in the cells?
Lack of a particular tissue salt in the cell arises from stress, a poor diet, bacteria, viruses, pollution or injury. This may cause a blockage in the cell’s regulation which can be corrected by providing the correct tissue salts.
Wouldn’t it make sense to take all twelve tissue salts at the same time?
Dr. Schuessler developed and prescribed the tissue salts for specific disorders. While a combination of all twelve is useful, it is recommended that remedies are selected based on current symptoms.
Can I take tissue salts alongside prescriptive medicine?
Tissue Salts are non-toxic and non-addictive. They are considered safe and have no known side-effects. There are no known interactions with any medications.
Can pregnant women take tissue salts?
Yes. Tissue Salts are considered safe to be taken during and after pregnancy and whilst breastfeeding. We recommend you speak to your health professional before taking any new supplements during pregnancy.
How do I take tissue salts and how long do I need to stay on them?
The recommended dose is 1 tablet 4 x per day, when possible 30 minutes away from food. It is best to stay on the Tissue Salts for at least 1-3 months and visit your healthcare professional if symptoms persist.
Can I give the tissue salts to my children?
Yes. Half the adult dose for children and quarter the adult dose for infants.
How are tissue salts absorbed?
Tissue Salts are absorbed into the body via the blood vessels in the mouth, chewing the tablets rather than swallowing whole is preferred. Tissue Salts are quickly and directly absorbed.
Can I give tissue salts to my pets?
Yes. All the Schuessler Tissue Salts can be given to your pets. The Tissue Salts can be crushed and added to your pet’s food.