Adjunct: Cell Salts Introduction

 

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We discussed the biochemic concepts of Schussler and reviewed the cell salts with their common indicators.  This free 1 hour CEU class will give you a brief overview of the physiological function of each mineral element, and simple suggestions on how to use each for at least one common complaint! We also discussed additional resources for your further learning. Thanks for the comments and questions from those of you who were logged in! For those who were not able to join, here are your resource materials:

Documents and reference materials for this class 

Cell Salts as an Adjunct Introduction   (This .pdf document contains the attendance CEU credit documentation as it’s last page – the document will appear on your screen when you click there – you can print it or save as a document on your computer – start to print as usual and then look for the option to save as a .pdf)  Also highly recommended for continued learning about cell salts are:

Facial Diagnosis of Cell Salt Deficiencies by David Card

Cell Salt DVD Course by Miranda Castro

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SUGGESTED HOMEWORK FOR YOU:

  • Review cases you have taken or followed up with in the past 6 months to look for indicators of mineral dysregulation and cell salt deficiencies
  • Work with David Card’s Facial Diagnosis of Cell Salt Deficiencies book and choose ONE facial feature per week to watch for in clients or others you see and consider a cell salts adjunct when appropriate.
  • Purchase cell salts to have on hand when needed. Use them yourself as you learn so that you will be able to use them confidently with clients… Find out where they are sold in your area so that you can refer clients to those locations if you are not stocking them in your office. Be prepared!

“See” you at a future webinar – check these additional free webinars on adjuncts coming up and put them on your calendar for continuing education!  If you have feedback you would like to offer about this webinar, you can enter it here: