Di-basic sodium phosphate, best known as a blood buffer salt, has properties which have been shown to be clinically effective in treatment of gallbladder and liver disorders.
This product acidifies the urine while at the same time it combats acidosis indicating a breakdown to its components, sodium and phosphorus, apparently the sodium being retained and the phosphorus excreted.
For constipation, 1 teaspoon in glass of 1 or 2 ounces of warm water before breakfast or other meals to promote fat digestion.
(because of its low ionization point, will not dissolve in cold water)
EFFECT: In both constipation and fat digestion, effect is usually prompt.
Acholic stools (stools lacking bile) often relieved within a week or two.
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