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Kali sulph

KASU

Colds & Congestions • Skin Issues • Yellow Mucus/Discharges • Indigestion • Minor Joint Pain *
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Size & PotencyPriceQty
6x 500 Tablets $9.95
12x 500 Tablets $9.95
30x 500 Tablets $9.95
30c 160 Pellets $9.95
200c 160 Pellets $9.95

Quick Overview

According to his Biochemic Theory, Scheussler found that potassium sulphate aids the transfer of oxygen and is important to our skin, mucus membranes and respiratory systems. After working with and proving its remedy, he and other homeopaths credit it for cleansing conditions with yellow mucus or discharge including: symptoms of colds, croupy coughs, sinus or ear congestions, vaginal irritation or diarrhea. Its skin symptoms have a yellowishness as well: yellow flaky dandruff, skin eruptions or itchy rashes. Other symptoms that identify Kali sulph include a yellowish coating on the tongue, sensitivity to heat, shifting minor joint pains, minor wheezy bronchial irritation, and heavy fatigue with a boxed-in feeling. Today, potassium sulphate supplements (not cell salts) are approved for use on low potassium levels.

 



Kali sulph (potassium sulphate)

Insights from the Experts
Kali sulph is under-prescribed despite the fact that there are many clear indications for its use. It has often been stressed that Potassium Sulphate is found abundantly in the flower of Pulsatilla and that this may explain the great similarity of the two remedies. Kali sulphuricum is often called “an irritable Pulsatilla” (though Pulsatilla can be irritable enough!)....
 The personality of Kali sulph is soft and rather timid like Pulsatilla but with an unexpected harshness or irritability underneath. The patient may complain about lack of self-confidence, ennui... He is also conservative and anxious to follow rules to the smallest detail, as is true of most of the Kali salts.   –Roger Morrison, Desktop Guide

Homeopathic Ingredients  
Brand 1-800 Homeopathy
Product Type Cell Salt Single Remedy
Insights from the Experts
Kali sulph is under-prescribed despite the fact that there are many clear indications for its use. It has often been stressed that Potassium Sulphate is found abundantly in the flower of Pulsatilla and that this may explain the great similarity of the two remedies. Kali sulphuricum is often called “an irritable Pulsatilla” (though Pulsatilla can be irritable enough!)....
The personality of Kali sulph is soft and rather timid like Pulsatilla but with an unexpected harshness or irritability underneath. The patient may complain about lack of self-confidence, ennui... He is also conservative and anxious to follow rules to the smallest detail, as is true of most of the Kali salts. –Roger Morrison, Desktop Guide