The seventh cell salt according to the US numbering is Kali Sulphuricum abbreviated Kali sulph. Kali sulph is potassium sulphate.
This particular cell salt is the one for skin and metabolism.
Below are some facial, emotional general things to look for that can be signs of a Kali sulph deficiency.
No. 7 Kali Sulphuricum (Kali Sulph)
Signs of Deficiency:
- cravings for fresh air
- skin dandruff
- thick yellow discharges
- constantly changing symptoms
Emotional Signs of Deficiency:
- fearful dreams
- need for self-validation
- sensitivity to noises
Facial Signs of Deficiency:
- brownish yellow skin
- pigmentation spots
- age spots
- pregnancy mask
- brownish yellow coloring on the root of the nose that extends out in a pyramid or A shape to the chin
- dark eyelids
- yellowish around the mouth
- sticking head dandruff
- yellow and slimy coating of the tongue
Generally Helpful For:
- last stage of bronchitis and broncho-pneumonia
- middle ear infection
- controlling the severity and further complication of diseases
- someone who feels better in cool and fresh air
- skin eruptions
- upper abdomen pains
- third stage of fever (103-105F)
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These are a guide and you do not need to fit everything or even several of the items on the list. Maybe there is one thing that applies, maybe there are several.
Where to find Kali Sulph
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All cell salts can be used for acute as well as chronic conditions. Obviously chronic conditions generally take longer to resolve, just like they took longer to develop.
If you find that you are in need of several different cell salts, they can be combined and taken all at one time. You do not need to address needs one at a time. Thank goodness!
If you are wanting to know more about cell salts, how to use them, what they are for and much more check out my summary post on all of the cell salts.