Cell Salts for Plants and Garden Part One

Cell Salts for Plants and Garden Part One

Christy ZettlMay 27, '22

Cell Salts for Organic Gardening

Using tissue cell salts for your plants and gardens is a great way to improve the health of your plants and gardens with safe and non-toxic remedies.

Here is a chart listing the most common uses of cell salts #1-12 in plants and gardening.

Jackson’s Mineral Salt/Cell Salt Name

Plant Uses

#1 Calcium fluoride (Calc fluor 6X)

Induration, threatening suppuration.

Spot blotch, stem rot, stem nematode.

The skin or bark is dry and harsh.

#2 Calcium phosphate (Calc phos 6X)

Plants are straggly and thin.

Sensitive to cold and damp.

Debility, prone to rot, weak, thin leaves

#3 Calcium sulfate (Calc sulph 6X)

Sulphur deficiency in the soil.

Chronic rusts

Droopy plants, emaciated.

#4 Ferrum phosphate (Ferr phos 6X)

For removal of excessive flow of sap (Arnica and Calendula).

1st stages of rust.

Yellow leaf spots, spot diseases, aphids, black leg.

#5 Potassium chloride (Kali mur 6X)

Problems arising from excess potassium.

Grey moulds, powdery mildew, downy mildew.

#6 Potassium phosphate (Kali phos 6X)

Plant in shock from drought, stress, frost, temperature variations. Environmental stress. Nutritional problems, nutrients aren’t absorbed by plant.

#7 Potassium sulfate (Kali sulph 6X)

Impaired photosynthesis.

Plants that suffer on hot days and during the summer.

Yellowing (chlorosis) and rust.

#8 Magnesium phosphate (Mag phos 6X)

Plants suffer most in cold, rainy weather, from waterlogging.

Cankers of the roots.

Plant cannot hold itself up, wilts. Impaired vitality.

Yellowing (chlorosis), bronzing, shedding of leaves.

#9 Sodium chloride (Nat mur 6X)

Thin, emaciated plants despite fertilization.

Flowers produce no pollen or too early production of pollen.

Salination problems.

Scald, stripe blight, chlorosis.

#10 Sodium phosphate (Nat phos 6X)

Remedy par excellence for problems with photosynthesis.

Rusts, stripe rusts and all cases that have leaves with a golden scab on it.

#11 Sodium sulfate (Nat sulph 6X)

Waterlogging, excess of water with dry leaves, photosynthesis problems, rusts, chlorosis.

#12 Silica

*top remedy in plant homeopathy. Weak stunted plants that fail to thrive. Plant is green after transplant but does not grow. Brittle stems and twigs. Small, puny flowers. Damage from overpruning.


Dosage and application rates of using cell salts with plants

Dosage: 12-16 pellets per 1 litre of water.

Use clean watering can

Add pellets first, then add water.

Wait 3 minutes for pellets to dissolve, stir well.

Apply to plants and surrounding soil, ensuring top layer of soil has received preparation.

Wait 7-14 days to assess results.

*Don’t mix homeopathic medicines with anything other than water.

*Do not use commercial herbicides, pesticides, fungicides, or fertilizers for at least 10 days after applying the remedy. It will nullify its action.

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