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Kali. Sulph.

Tissue Salt number 7: Potassium Sulphate (K2SO4)

Kali. Sulph. provides help with

  • Liver function
  • Normalising the mucous membranes
  • Oxygenating the cells, together with Ferr. Phos.
  • Oxygen transport in the blood
  • Pain relief
  • Some skin conditions like eczema

Facial analysis

The presence of the following signs on the face may indicate a need for Kali. Sulph.
  1. Skin
    • Brown-yellow skin
    • Freckles
  2. Hair
    • Dandruff on viscous base
    • Sticking head dandruff
  3. Around the eyes
    • Dark eyelids
  4. Around the mouth
    • Yellowish around the mouth
    • Yellow and slimy coating of the tongue

Chemical representation of the Kali. Sulph. molecule

Potassium Sulphate molecule

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