Natura Combin Assist Tissue Salts for Fatigue & Exhaustion supports nervous system functioning to assist with stress, nervous tension and mild anxiety.
Tissues salts were originally identified by the 19th century German physician, Dr. Wilhelm Schüssler, who prepared them according to a special grinding process known as trituration. Trituration makes these minerals easy for the body to absorb so they are effective even in minute doses. One of the major benefi ts of tissue salts is that they are very safe and can be used by anyone, including pregnant women, infants and the elderly.
Tissue salts can help you to restore wellness from the inside out as they enable your cells to make better use of the nutrients available from the food you eat. Help your body to heal itself by using Natura’s range of pleasant tasting tissue salts and quickly correct imbalances in the body and restore health.
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- Dissolve 1-2 tablets under the tongue 3 times daily. May be taken hourly in acute cases. Consult your practitioner if symptoms persist.
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- Tissue salts like most other homoeopathic tablets have a lactose base which gives them a slightly sweet taste. Provided the recommended dosage is adhered to, it should not significantly affect individuals with mild to moderate diabetes.
1 out of 1 people would recommend this product20/05/2016, By SheriI use this when Im studying. I think that this should be used in conjunction with iron tablets as fatigue is usually due to an iron deficiency. The salts help in the absorbtion of the iron tablets as I don think the salts work on its own to aid in fatigue. Tissue salts are a natural way to balance your body so I will recommend this rather than taking other unnatural tonics.
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