Supplies homeopathic and potentized nutrient substances for Connective tissue support, repair and regeneration.
The Connective Tissues of the body primarily include the structures of the Muscle and Skeletal Systems
The Muscle System
(Latin-musculus-little mouse, from the resemblance of the movement of a little mouse and a muscle.)
All muscle and tendinous tissues of the body
-any organ consisting of fibrous tissue that can be contracted and expanded to produce bodily movement.
The muscle system makes up about half the body's bulk.
Facilitation of body movement; locomotion; production of heat; maintenance of body posture
Muscle Health/Electrolyte balance:
Weak and inefficiently functioning muscles often cause problems about which little is done until they become serious. Muscle diseases of every variety are said to be increasing rapidly.
Poor muscle tone interferes with the circulation of the blood; inhibits normal lymph flow; prevents food from being digested efficiently; often causes constipation; allows internal organs to sag; causes clumsiness; jerkiness, muscle tension; and lack of coordination.
Muscles consist largely of protein, but contain some essential fatty acids in their structure; hence those nutrients must be adequate before muscular strength can be maintained.
The biochemistry of muscles and the nerves controlling them is extremely complex.
Because of enzymes, co-enzymes, and other compounds, including electrolytes (potassium, sodium, calcium and magnesium) are involved in their contraction, relaxation and repair, it is essential to provide a constant supply of these and other nutrients in their biologically active form.
Normally body movement occurs smoothly and comfortably.
When it is healthy, the muscles facilitate body movement, locomotion, and maintain body posture
---all with ease.
The muscles also are involved in the production of heat. Without healthy muscle, correct movement cannot occur.
There are roughly 656 muscles, amounting to about 3 times as many muscles as bone. About 42% of man's weight is muscle and about 36% of woman's weight is muscle.
The Skeletal System
Structures: All joints, bones, cartilage and ligaments
Function: Support and protection of the body; leverage; mineral storage; production or red blood cells
The synovial membrane is a thin, delicate, and pliable layer of tissue that lines the capsule of a joint; it encloses the joint cavity. It secretes synovial fluid, a clear, thick, sticky, gelatinous lubricating gel (like the white of an egg). This fluid contains much albumin, a protein composed of 17 amino acids.
Cartilage is a tough, fibrous tissue that serves as a shock absorber or cushion between the hard bones. Healthy joints have a covering of cartilage over all areas of union or junction.
Most parts of the body are well supplied with nourishment through the bloodstream; but just like the eyes, the joints and cartilages are fed through the lymph system.
We must have sufficient activity in the joints to keep this lymph moving, so as to avoid toxic settlements in the joints.
Cartilaginous tissues and ligaments (and tendons) require almost the same nutrients as bones
Veterinarians are familiar with this condition in fowls, known as perosis (called hock disease in the horse), where it is associated with a high intake of inorganic phosphorus and calcium salts and a low intake of manganese.
Perosis in fowls is prevented by feeding wheat germ carrying both the vitamins and minerals. Manganese seems to serve as an enzyme system activator in the repair of these tissues.
Manganese also seems to be as necessary for pituitary function as iodine is for the thyroid.
We may reason that in the face of such deficiency, should deterioration and displacement of ligaments, fascia and tendons occur, a wide variety of symptoms would result from the structural change.
A few of the many possibilities are listed below.
Typical Factors, Signs and Symptoms of Muscular, Skeletal and Connective Tissue Abnormalities:
Tightness in shoulder muscles
Pain in arms, hands
Leg cramps at night
Stiffness of legs
Stiffness of ankles
Pain in joints
Stiffness of joints
Stiffness all over
Stiffness in morning
Difficulty sitting up straight
Pain in neck or shoulder
Based on the individual constituents listed in the ingredients below, the therapeutic possibilities of this formula include:
Inflammatory conditions, pain in the articulations, neural pains due to injury or post operative fractures, arthrosis, arthritis, and injuries to the muscles, tendons and ligaments
Suggested Dosage/Directions for use:
Adults, one teaspoon, 2-3 times daily or as otherwise directed
1.May be taken away from meals or with meals, although not with hot foods (over 106 degrees)
2.Refrigerate after opening
3.Liquetrophics and other homeopathics should be taken 20 minutes apart
4.Liquetrophics may be taken at the same time with other liquetrophics Exception: Fatty Acid Liquetrophic and Thyroid Liquetrophic should not be taken at the same time with other homeopathics or Liquetrophics---wait at least 20 minutes apart
5.Do not store in sunlight
CAUTION: Alcohol sensitivities: If a person is sensitive to alcohol, place dose in a glass (3 oz.) of warm (not hot) water. Allow one minute for the alcohol to evaporate.
General Homeopathic instructions for all homeopathics:
1.Take nothing by mouth 10-15 minutes prior to or following dosage . Exception: Liquetrophic homeopathics may be taken this way or with meals
2.No mint in any form, such as candy mints, mint toothpaste, mint mouthwash. Most fine healthfood Stores carry mint free toothpaste.
3.Avoid camphor, as in muscle and joint rubs, and moth ball fumes when taking homeopathics.
4.If dental drilling or trauma to mouth occurs, use only topically for 48 hours
5.Limit breathing of strong smells, such as paint thinner, eucalyptus, cigarette smoke (especially menthol)
6.Limit raw garlic, onions, strong spices to one hour away-before or after taking homeopathics
7.Place drops under tongue and hold for 10-30 seconds to allow for absorption
8.Keep homeopathics out of direct sunlight and xray
9.Homeopathics may generally be taken at the same time with other suggested homeopathics. Exception: Liquetrophics homeopathics should not be taken at the same time with other Homeopathics
By following these guidelines, you will give your remedies the greatest opportunity to succeed.
Calendula Officinalis, Echinacea Purpurea, Symphytum Officinle, Rhododendron Chrysanthum 3x, Shark & Bovine Muscle, Ligament, Cartilage 3x, 6x, Ruta Graviolens 4x, Hypericum Perforatum, Euphasia Officinalis, Acetum Acidum 6x, Formica Rufa 20x, Glucokinase Elastase 8x, 12x, 30x, 60x, 100x
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These products are not intended to diagnose,
treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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