If, on the one hand, there is talk of a deficiency in Schuessler cell salts, the issue of whether there can also be too many Schuessler cell salts in the body is legitimate.
The individual Schuessler cell salts are absorbed via the mucous membranes of the mouth, gullet and digestive tract, as long as there is a need for these mineral salts in the body. If there is no longer any need for a Schuessler cell salt, it moves past the mucous membranes, passes through the digestive tract and is eliminated again without enriching the body or burdening it. In other words, the body takes from the Schuessler cell salts what it requires and everything else leaves the body without doing it any harm.
There is, however, the possibility of there being too many mineral substances in the body. But in such cases, it is not a matter of mineral substances of the Schuessler cell salts but of mineral substance connections arising largely as a result of metabolising processes in the body and of such mineral substance connections actually being due for elimination.
Taking Schuessler cell salts according to the rules of facial diagnostics promotes the elimination of mineral substances that are not supposed to be in the body in high concentrations.
Currently, there is no distinction being made by way of laboratory diagnostics between Schuessler cell salts (= vital mineral substances for the build-up, operation and cleansing of the body) and mineral substances due for elimination.
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