Homeopathy For Dental Problems

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Cell salts are integrated into the building my sons used to construct. As they grew older, I’d leave it up to them to take their 4 pills while playing with Lego’s.
I’d like to thank The Healthy Home Economist for first sharing the following post with her readers. Now, I’m glad to share it with you, too.
The quality of the teeth represents the status of the bone structure of the body.
Therefore, it’s important that the teeth be sound. If they are, the bones will be reliable, too.
Sometimes, parents are concerned when their child’s teeth show frequent and large cavities in spite of a  nutrient dense diet.
This is rare when children are raised on raw milk, saturated fats and bone stocks but it indeed can occur in children who have certain predisposing DNA.
In this case,  working with a credentialed homeopath would be in order; however, if the…

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  1. I love the photo! Homeopathic tissue salts are our building blocks for a healthy development. I use TS often, both in my practice and for myself, and as you suggested by adding them to milk or wate. I consider them and essential part of a good balance diet, educating the body to absorb the required nutrients for a better health.


    • Dr. Nancy Malik

      Thank you very much for sharing your interest on tissue salts.
      Bio-chemical salts are prepared by potentisation on decimal scale and in lower potencies.
      But the question is since they are homeopathically prepared, should they be prescribed only when indicated based on principle of similars or they can be given as a nutritional supplement?


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