Potassium chloride, 100g sachet – For Gemini
Potassium chloride for Gemini
Made of 100% plant extracts.
YOUR 3 minerals that are essential for the horoscope owner represent the period of missing months until the end of the year during which the mother was not pregnant.
Preparation and supplementation:
Dissolve 1 scoop (5g) of powder in a glass of warm water. Use once daily, after meals. During supplementation, drink no less than 1 liter of water a day
24 months from the production date (the date and batch number are printed on the packaging).Store at room temperature (15-25°C), in a dry, dark place, out of the reach of children.Once this product is opened, it has a 6-month shelf life.
Dietary supplements are not a substitute for a varied diet and a healthy lifestyle. The recommended daily dosage should not be exceeded. Do not use if you are allergic to any of product compounds. Do not use the drug during pregnancy and breast feeding. The product contains mineral salts supporting the physiological processes in the body. They work at the cellular level and are a factor supporting the functioning of cells. These salts participate in metabolic processes and are involved in the absorption of substances contained in food consumed in the daily diet.
Critical parts of the body that are exposed to ailments caused by a lack of potassium chloride: Arms, hands, lungs, pleura, lymph nodes, all fibers and tissues, bronchi.
Trachea, esophagus, right, upper lobe, right, lower lung, left, upper lung, left, lower lung, apex of lung, bronchus, pulmonary artery, pulmonary cavity, thymus gland, tracheal mucus, pulmonary veins, collarbone, shoulder blade, pleura, first rib, second rib, laryngeal muscles, third rib, muscles of the hand, upper hand/shoulder, humerus, olecranon process (posterior), radius, wrist bones, fingers, metacarpal bones, fourth rib, fifth rib.
One of the core characteristics of people born in Gemini is expression. The cell salt potassium chloride is a blood mineral that makes up fibrin and distributes it throughoutbodily tissues. It is found in every cell, especially red blood cells. The salt counteracts catarrhal conditions of the mucous membranes (inflammation of the mucous membranes) and the tendency to overweight. It should not be confused with potassium chlorate, which is a poison (chemical formula KClO3). Potassium chloride molecules play a leading role in the chemistry of life in the distribution of fibrin across the human body. When the molecules of potassium chloride drop below the required level, the fibrin thickens, causing pleurisy, pneumonia, catarrh, diphtheria, etc. Failure of circulation to remove the thickened fibrin via the glands or mucosa may contribute to cardiac arrest, or embolus in Latin. And so, death from an embolus, or “heart failure”, could mean that the heartbeat was stopped by fibrin clumps clogging the atria and ventricles. Biochemistry suggests that fibrin cannot be made without an inorganic salt called potassium chloride, and that the desired amount of fibrin cannot be obtained in the blood without the proper level of this cell salt. Fibrin is formed from the combination of specific fibrous-plastic substances (albinoids), but this combination is impossible in the absence of potassium chloride molecules. The blood in the arteries contains less of it and the lymph contains an even smaller amount. Secretions caused by inflammation contain fibrin, e.g. in the pleura or peritoneum and in the mucosa, as is the case with catarrh, diphtheria, tracheitis, bronchitis and laryngitis, etc. In all inflammatory conditions, iron phosphate should be administered interchangeably with potassium chloride, because the iron particles carry the oxygen missing when the balance is disturbed by fibrin runoff. By affecting some albinoids, and with the participation of oxygen, potassium chloride proves to be an important factor in fibrin formation. A white or gray coating on the tongue or tonsils could be fibrin that has become nonfunctional due to potassium chloride and oxygen deficiency. There is also fibrin in the thick white mucus and phlegm secretions of any mucosa, and during peeling of skin, which resembles flour. The same factor causes enlargement in all soft swellings. On the other hand, hard swelling can be caused by calcium salts and pure protein or silica.
Potassium chloride is the cell salt of Gemini. Geminis govern the lungs, bronchi, shoulders, arms and hands, and the central nervous system. Kalium Muriaticum is a cellular salt that is essential in the composition of most cells in the body, except for bone cells, and helps maintain their shape. Symptoms of potassium chloride deficiency may include obstruction in the bronchi, excessive discharge from the nose and sinuses, swollen lymph nodes; its influence on the occurrence of diseases such as mumps and angina are also considered. Chronic inflammation of the mucous membranes occurs when the body is unable to break down nutrients of which it disposes as mucus. Potassium chloride breaks down mucus and allows the body to form new tissues from the nutrients contained in food. Potassium chloride is a key component of muscles, nerve cells, blood, mucous membranes, and brain cells. In the blood, this mineral helps form fibers. A deficiency of fibrin in the blood could be associated with white dense discharge. Along with calcium phosphate, this salt is recommended for people in convalescence. It is also advised for diseases of the ear and throat; it works well especially in the case of angina. Potassium chloride is often used in combination with iron phosphate for headaches, fever, ulcers, hemorrhages, cough and stye.