Kali Sulph is found in the cells lining the skin. It supports the formation of skin cells, hair, and nails which is very important for recovery from skin ailments/imbalances. The discharges are often yellow, slimy or sticky.
A deficiency of Kali Sulph causes a lack of oxygen leading to chilliness, flashes of heat, pains in limbs which move from place to place. It is of great value in the treatment of Psoriasis and Athleteâs Foot. Brittle nails and poor condition of skin call for the combination of Kali Sulph and Silica.
- Adults: 1 tablet
- Children: 1/2 tablet
- Infants: 1/4 tablet
- Chew tablets or crush and dissolve in water.
- Acute conditions: every half an hour (up to 6 doses per day) until symptoms subside.
- Chronic or maintenance dose: 4 times daily.
- Take half an hour before meals, last dose at bedtime, or as professionally prescribed.