FAQ: How are your cell salts made and what are they made with?

FAQ: How are your cell salts made and what are they made with?

Christy ZettlJan 31, '24

How are Jackson's Cell Salts made?

Jackson’s Cell Salts are made according to remedy monographs (i.e. guidelines)  found within the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States (HPUS).

HPUS establishes standards to ensure the pharmaceutical quality and safety of homeopathic remedies. It an extensive reference works of homeopathic remedies and their related analytical and manufacturing techniques and is the Gold standard for manufacturing homeopathic medicines in North America. Traditional cell salts are compounded to a 6X homeopathic potency and are known as the 'supplements' in homeopathy.

Since the beginning, up to now, Jackson's Cell Salts have been manufactured in small batches using traditional compounding methods. We use amber glass bottles to retain the potency and strength of each cell salt batch.

What are Jackson's Cell Salts made out of?

As all our products are licenced by Health Canada (look for DIN-HM number on the front of the label), the source information for each homeopathic remedy/cell salt is publicly available here: https://webprod.hc-sc.gc.ca/nhpid-bdipsn/search-rechercheReq.do?lang=eng. If you are interested in learning about the source of each medicinal ingredient, use the link above. 

Jackson's Cell Salts are compounded using an organic sucrose base with no additives whatsoever. They are Certified Vegan (vegan.org) with no lactose, no gluten, and no fillers ever.

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