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Schuessler Salt No. 14: Potassium bromatum

by Josephine Andrews
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According to the Schuessler theory, Schuessler salt no. 14 potassium bromate (potassium bromide) dampens the increased sensitivity of the nerves, regulates hormone release and lymph glands and has a fundamentally relaxing effect. Read more about the effects and use of Kali bromatum D6 here.

What is Schuessler salt no. 14, potassium bromatum?

According to the teachings of Wilhelm Heinrich Schüßler, Schuessler salt No. 14 potassium bromate (potassium bromide) is the fuel for the pituitary gland (pituitary gland) and thyroid gland. The main effect of potassium bromide affects the function of nerves as well as endocrine (hormonal) and lymphatic glands, which is why it is used in particular for brain, nerve and gland disorders.

Potassium bromatum is said to calm sensitive nerves and regulate the activity of glands, especially those of the mucous membranes. Potassium bromatum is also said to increase magnesium levels.

Potassium bromide is stored in the body in endocrine glands that produce hormones. If the supplies in the cells are used up, these reserves are used.

Schuessler salts are not a dietary supplement . Schuessler salt no. 14 also contains the eponymous salt potassium bromatum only in homeopathic doses and can therefore not directly compensate for a corresponding deficiency. The aim of ingestion is to alleviate symptoms that are similar to those that would occur with a corresponding salt deficiency. The Schuessler salt should also work if there is a completely different cause behind the symptoms.

Symptoms and diseases of potassium bromatum deficiency

Potassium bromatum has a wide range of uses. According to Schuessler, the following symptoms and diseases are conceivable with a potassium bromatum deficiency:

  • Depression, restlessness, insomnia, teeth grinding, nervous weakness
  • Inflammation of the mouth, throat, nose, stomach and intestines
  • sensitive dry skin, psoriasis, eczema, puberty acne, hives, rosacea (copper fin), diffuse hair loss, warts
  • Difficulty walking, feeling paralyzed, nerve pain
  • Headache with a feeling of pressure as a result of mental overexertion, migraine, nervous visual and hearing disorders, poor memory
  • Asthma, shortness of breath, bronchitis, whooping cough
  • Dysregulation of the thyroid gland, Graves’ disease
  • Menstrual and menstrual cycle disorders, morning sickness
  • bedwetting at night, bladder weakness in the elderly
  • hiccup

In principle, individual symptoms can be the cause of a serious illness. Consultation with the family doctor is absolutely necessary if the symptoms persist. In particular, thyroid diseases must be clarified by conventional medicine.

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