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Salts
Definition

What does Salts do for the body

Salts are white crystalline substance made up of Sodium and Chloride. Salts help in the proper functioning of Nerves and Muscles. Salts maintain the correct balance of fluids in the Body. They support the Cardiovascular system and regulate the Blood Pressure. Salts help to enhance the absorption of Nutrients in the Intestinal Tract.

Requirement of Salt per day

2300 mg

Benefits of Salt in the Body

Salts help to store Water in the Body.
They provide natural Antihistamine property.
Salts stabilize irregular Heartbeats and regulates the Blood Circulation.
They strengthen the Muscle and the Joints.
Salts maintain the balance of sugar levels in the Blood and treats Diabetes.
They generate hydroelectric energy in the Body's cells.
Salts regulate the Blood pressure.
They help to extract excess acidity from the Body's Cells.

Functions of Salts

Salts help to induce Sleep and treat Insomnia.
They treat Dry Cough and Respiratory Diseases.
Salts reduce the Inflammation and Pain of the Joints. This helps to treat Gout and Arthritis.
They balance the Libido level and treat Infertility.
Salts prevent Varicose Veins and Spider Veins in the Legs.
They are essential for the transmission of signals between the Brain Nerve cells.


Effects of Salts deficiency in the Body

Stroke
Hypothermia
Hypothyroidism
Low Blood Pressure
Drinking too much water
Nausea and Muscle Cramps
Severe Vomiting or Diarrhea
Decreased blood flow through the kidneys

Effects of excess Salts in the Body

Dehydration
Osteoporosis
Hypertension
Heart Failure
Stomach Cancer
Fluid Retention
Water Retention
High Blood Pressure
Cardiovascular Disease
Thickening of Heart muscle
Kidney problems and Kidney stones
 
Repertory

Herbs Containing Salts

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Highly Effective

 
 
 
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