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Article: Cell Salt Protocol for Stinky Feet

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Cell Salt Protocol for Stinky Feet

Description

This is a cell salt protocol for those who have extreme foot odor and have tried many anti-fungals to control perspiration, smell, and athlete foot. Foot symptoms either get better for a short while before reappearing or have no effect at all.

Symptoms in addition to odor may include peeling skin, white flakes, and red patches.

(Every person and constitution is different and you should always consult with your health care practitioner about your health complaints and when starting a new regime. This is for informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice.)

Recommended Cell Salts

#7 Kali sulph 6X

#12 Silica 6X

Dosage Protocol

Mild/moderate cases:
Time frame: 4 week course, Monday-Friday with rest days Saturday-Sunday

Morning dose (AM): Kali sulph 1 dose (4 pellets for ages 12+)

Evening dose (PM) : Silica 1 dose (4 pellets for ages 12+)

Moderate/severe (Longstanding cases 5+ years, pungent smell):

Time frame: 12 week course, Monday- Friday with rest days Saturday-Sunday

Week 1-4: Three doses per day, ½ dose of each cell salt taken together.

Week 5-8: Two times per day, ½ dose of each cell salt taken together.

Week 9-12: Morning dose (AM) Kali sulph 1 dose

                    Evening dose (PM) Silica 1 dose

Health Warning

This is meant to be complementary what your primary health practitioner has prescribed, NOT AN ALTERNATIVE. Always consult with a health practitioner for your health complaints.

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