Sodium sulfate for Taurus

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Sodium sulfate, 100g sachet – For Taurus

Sodium sulfate for Taurus

Made of 100% plant extracts.

YOUR 3 minerals that are essential for the horoscope owner represent the period of missing months until the end of the year during which the mother was not pregnant.

Dietary supplement

Preparation and supplementation:

Dissolve 1 scoop (5g) of powder in a glass of warm water. Use once daily, after meals. During supplementation, drink no less than 1 liter of water a day

Best before:

24 months from the production date (the date and batch number are printed on the packaging).Store at room temperature (15-25°C), in a dry, dark place, out of the reach of children.Once this product is opened, it has a 6-month shelf life.

Warnings:

Dietary supplements are not a substitute for a varied diet and a healthy lifestyle. The recommended daily dosage should not be exceeded. Do not use if you are allergic to any of product compounds. Do not use the drug during pregnancy and breast feeding. The product contains mineral salts supporting the physiological processes in the body. They work at the cellular level and are a factor supporting the functioning of cells. These salts participate in metabolic processes and are involved in the absorption of substances contained in food consumed in the daily diet.

Critical parts of the body that are exposed to ailments caused by a lack of sodium sulphate: Liver, gallbladder, neck, throat, cerebellum, digestive organs, pancreas, kidneys.

Diseases of: palate, pharynx, cavity of the pharynx, cervical nerve, cervical vein, nape, neck, brachial plexus, vocal cords, epiglottis, uvula, venous artery, cardiac, thyroid gland and tonsils, lymphatic vessel (lymph is part of the circulatory system, it flows from tissues and organs into the circulatory system), maxillary artery, occiput, nasal artery, tongue muscle, teething, upper jaw, lower jaw, nasal bone, the apical vertebra (atlas), the deltoid muscle and the main cervical muscle, the trapezoidal muscle.

This inorganic salt is found in intercellular fluids and its primary task is to regulate the water level in tissues, blood and body fluids. Deficiency of this salt prevents drainage of water from tissues, caused by oxidation of organic substances, while sodium chloride distributes water through the tissues.
Sodium sulfate provides quantitative regulation by removing excess water regardless of the cause. Firstly, decomposition of lactic acid with sodium phosphate produces water that must be disposed of; for this purpose, necessary amount of sodium sulfate is required, otherwise these processes will result in excess water. In such case, fatigued people with digestive problems are put at risk of malaria as the body is unable to remove excess water due to a shortage of sodium sulfate molecules that could perform this task. Chemically speaking, one molecule of sodium sulfate has the ability to bind and carry away two molecules of water. It is suspected that chills and fever (ague), cholera, yellow fever, and other conditions in the tropics may be a result of an excess water in the blood and possibly in extracellular fluids. All of these conditions are caused by inability to assimilate sufficient amounts of sodium sulfate, from the digestive processes, needed to drain excess water which originates in the lungs and enters bloodstream.
Considering “shivers” as an example – no medical authority can clearly explain this phenomenon. Their reasoning is usually incongruous and vague. My take on it is as follows: When there is excess water in the bloodstream, it is obvious that a broad variety of tissues will suffer from nutritional deficiencies. Due to insufficient amount of drainage molecules that help get rid of this excess naturally, the body chooses the next best solution: it causes the cardiovascular, nervous and muscular systems to contract, thus forcing the excess water to be expelled by sweating profusely during fever. Unless sodium sulfate is administered to maintain water balance in the body, fever returns after forty-eight hours, which constitutes the time required to accumulate excess water in the blood again. Additionally, when a person suffering from fever climbs onto higher altitudes, where the air is cooler and drier, fever ceases. This is due to high levels of oxygen, which removes excess water – the root cause of the problem.
It is also worth noting that drinking water never results in excess water in the bloodstream, as this kind of absorption is not feasible. The body intakes only as much water as it requires.

We thus learn that among the inorganic salts in the economy of the human body, sodium sulfate, when in abundance, affects the water, maintains bile and pancreatic juices in normal consistency, regulates the water level in intercellular fluids and removes excess water from the blood.

It maintains water balance in the body and helps stimulate functions of the kidneys and stomach, as well as liver and pancreas, which results in enhanced detoxification. This salt is necessary for the body’s water decompression system.

There are no known side effects of sodium sulfate in the body, even in case of overdose, the cells absorb only as much mineral as required, expelling any surplus.

Mineral salts work from the outside, aiding internal mineral management of the body (replacing missing minerals). Thanks to mineral salts, it is possible to improve “longevity” of cells and influence information transmission system between them: dissolving blockages, information flow improvement, enhancing responsiveness to homeopathic medicines, acid-base balance, deacidification, boosting the immune system and cell metabolism, cell structures, physical condition.

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Weight 0.1 kg