Go Mag | Issue 66


Tissue salts and their uses

Tissue salt



Calc Fluor Calc Phos Calc Sulph Ferr Phos Kali Mur Kali Phos Kali Sulph Mag Phos Nat Mur Nat Phos Nat Sulph


Varicose veins, haemorrhoids, cracked skin, muscle strain and injured ligaments.

Bone health Blood purifier First aid salt Glandular tonic

Bone ailments and indigestion. May assist during times of growth.

Skin disorders, spots, pimples and minor wounds.

Mild inflammation, redness, first stage of minor respiratory ailments.

Mucus congestion, coughs and sore throat. Mild nervous tension, irritability and headaches. Dandruff, dry, scaly skin, minor eruptions.

Nerve tonic

Skin salt

Muscle relaxant Fluid balance Acid neutraliser Water eliminator

Spasmodic pain, muscle cramps, spasms and twitches. Excessive moisture or dryness, loss of smell or taste, runny nose.

Acidity, mild indigestion, minor heartburn. Poor digestion, liver upsets and water retention.


Cleanser and conditioner Improve the condition of skin, hair and nails. Tissue salts are also available in combinations. Visit your Go Vita Health Shop to find the right tissue salt for you! Susan Gianevsky Dip Hom BEd is a mineral therapist, international health educator, specialising in women’s health and Martin & Pleasance’s health ambassador.


ISSUE 66 • 2023

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