Iron Phosphate

Salt Number 3

General Info About Iron Phosphate

Widely understood to be the "oxygen carrier", Iron Phosphate is useful for treating fevers and inflammation. Medical conditions that cause circulation issues (such as pain, heat, throbbing, redness or a fast pulse) benefit from the use of Iron Phosphate.

During the beginning of acute diseases, bronchitis, colds, respiratory infections, acute rheumatism and suchlike, taking Iron Phosphate will boost the body to resist such diseases.

Ferrum Phosphate is our Iron salt and occurs throughout the entire human body in particular the blood. It is an oxygen transporter thus providing every cell of the body with this vital substance and is a major factor in releasing energy and reducing inflammation. . It is known as our 'first aid' salt as it is considered in the early stages of any acute disorder. It is a vital component of the cells of all muscles, the brain, liver, the intestine wall and in the villi of the small intestine.

It is the main salt to help regulate a fever as an early administration of Ferrum Phosphate can not only reduce the severity and duration of an illness but the intensity of the symptoms.

Possible Indications Of A Misbalance Of Iron Phosphate

  • First aid in almost all typical 'household' injuries
  • Inflammation
  • Skin rashes
  • Burns
  • Bee stings
  • Sprains
  • Throat and mouth infections
  • Bruises and contusions
  • Bladder Infections
  • Vomiting

Health Benefits Of Iron Phosphate

  • Burns
  • Rash
  • Cuts
  • Bee stings
  • Inflammation


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