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Chapman ,. Edward L. Discusses the recovery of the ailing human body by restoring to the blood the constituents in which it is lacking. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages.
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Biochemic Handbook : Guide to Using Dr.Schuessler's Tissue Salts
This venerable text has been appreciated for almost a century. Much of hte science it promotes has been clarified with greater accuracy in recent years - yet the efficacy of Schuessler's Homeopathic Cell Salts has remained consistently valued and respected. Blood is to the Human body what soil is to the plant. It is common knowledge that poor, exhausted soil will produce only weak, sickly plants. In the same way, poor blood, lacking in essential constituents, will produce weak sickly bodies, prone to disease. By enriching the soil, the ill-conditioned plant can be made to recover and flourish. The recovery of the ailing human body can best be achieved by a similar process - by restoring to the blood the constituents in which it is lacking.
The Biochemic Handbook: How to Get Well and Keep Fit With Biochemic Tissue Salts