Schüssler's biochemical system of medicine

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Schüssler’s biochemical system of medicine

The therapeutic use of Schüssler’s tissue salts, which are believed to be useful for abscesses, acidity, acne, addiction disorders, agoraphobia, allergies, anxiety, arthritis, asthma, bipolar disorder, blisters, bronchitis, bruxism, candidiasis, chickenpox, common cold, cramps, oedema, fever, gastrointestinal problems (gastritis and indigestion), gout, hay fever, heartburn, menstrual defects, mineral deficiencies, mood swings, mumps, neurologic complaints, pain, sexual and urogenital problems, and other conditions.
There is little data in peer-reviewed literature to verify the system’s claims of efficacy.
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