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Electroloid Therapy – Scientists, such as Serfontein, confirmed that the body needs

application of Electroloids in Practice Magnesium to help with absorption of the co-enzymes. This
discovery was a major break-through in maintaining the health and
Contents well-being of our population. You will now see why I refer to using
Introduction the Electroloids in day-to-day practice. Their catalytic properties
The Potassium Salts – reminds me of the lady who tried to bake a cake with eggs, butter
Potassium Chloride and flour, but forgot the baking powder. It was a flat cake even
Potassium Phosphate though all the other ingredients were present. In otherwords, when
Potassium Sulphate she baked that cake the different ingredients were in an imbalance.
Magnesium Phosphate This manual is not intended to repeat or copy what scientists have
Iron Phosphate already written and published. It is rather meant to guide the reader
Silica into thinking a little further than the mere supplementation of
The Calcium Salts – apparently deficient minerals.
Calcium Fluoride I shall therefore discuss each Electroloid separately due to its
Calcium Phosphate completely absorbable dosage in mineral deficiency problems.
The Sodium Salts – When we discuss the different Potassiums you will see that it would
Sodium Phosphate certainly work to supply the patient with Potassium for, for example,
Sodium Sulphate palpitations if this is clearly indicated. It could, however, work
Electroloids Available From Natura Laboratory decidedly better if one also considers the catalytic absorption
properties of the co-enzymes and Magnesium. In other words one
Introduction should know all the application of the minerals.
After about fourteen years in practice, treating innumerable disease When administered to the patient, minerals should be in an
problems, it became apparent to me that we tend to treat people absorbable form. Electroloids is advantageous because the
with homoeopathic medicines only or on the other hand with mineral supplementation of a specific mineral is achieved in full
therapy in its many different forms. physiological dose in a dosage form well tolerated by the body. The
When confronted by a diseased person, the approach adapted by correction of a patient's deficiency problems should be achieved
practitioners, therapists or researchers may vary: a biochemist thus with Electroloids.
would refer to Biochemistry while a pathologist would check the I attribute the success of my own practice to the fact that the patient is
Electrolyte balance in the body. We all know that this particular invariably treated as a whole. The correct homoeopathic medicines
approach has saved many lives. The many operations where are supported by the correct Electroloids, used in balance linked to
patients come out of the theatre with a drip that corrects levels of the necessary vitamins and co-enzymes. Patients should also
one or more electrolyte, such as Potassium chloride. always be guided as far as correct diet is concerned.
There are many minerals freely available in various dosage forms, but When each mineral is discussed individually, it will be noted that it is
mostly as tablets. Information on the symptoms of a lack of minerals imperative that the practitioner should know his patient, as well as
has been generally known for many decades. There seems to be a the minerals. No matter what system of diagnosis is used, whether
general confusion, however, regarding dosage and the absorption based on Iridology, case history, pathological blood tests or X-rays,
potential of the mineral tablets. the final decision still rests with the practitioner. He should decide
The problem apparently lies in the fact that minerals are inorganic, what Las to be replaced in the sick body to refurbish it with a vital
which means that they are not easily absorbed by the body. We fighting force to assist the patient "to grow out of" the problem.
should convert the mineral into a colloidal, or absorbable form. In For instance, any practitioner who treats a patient who suffers from a
Naturopathy and Homoeopathy the majority of medicines, especially spastic colon with Calc phos only is sure to have come-backs,
in tablet or pillule form, are normally made up of an original colloidal because that colon is definitely going to be more spastic unless a
preparation and thereafter potentised. very gentle laxative is also prescribed. In loose stools the binding
The Schussler approach, used by Naturopaths and Homoeopaths is properties of Calc phos are well known, however, should Calc phos
an example of Mineral Therapy. Tissue salts refers to the be prescribed on its own because the major part of the patient's
electrolytes present in the body and the Schussler approach apply profile, fits Calc phos, homoeopathically speaking, it could have dire
these minerals in homoeopathic strengths. results.
In mineral therapy, experience has taught me that to potentise all It thus becomes most important to realise the need to study the
minerals seems to work well in certain patients only up to a point. application of the Electroloids. Mineral deficiency is the common
In the case of Kali muiriaticum, for instance, it did not seem to fully denominator in most of the illnesses occurring today.
replace the missing element physiologically. The application of the electroloid approach has given me immense
Here I would like to refer to the work that has been done by well- pleasure and satisfaction. This system can assist with idiopathic
known scientists on Magnesium and Potassium deficiency. Prof. patients, psychosomatic disorders and unknown aetiological
Peny Leary from Natal University, Prof. WJ Serfontein and Sir Jason diseases. The Electroloid approach is safe since one cannot harm
Winters. the patient and no drugs are used.
These scientists have shown astonishing results regarding mineral
deficiencies in the soil and drinking water and therefore in the foods
consumed in many countries. In his opening address when he was
knighted, Sir Jason Winters said: "Today we suffer from Potassium
starvation".
In the early years of this century Dr Forbes Ross proved that
Potassium was required daily because of its well-known antiseptic
properties. In those days, and for decades afterwards, it was almost
standard procedure to use Potassium citrate in distilled water.
Pharmacists will remember it by the name Mist pot cit. Even up to
the late 1960's Mist pot cit used to be an almost standard part of a
prescription for kidney and bladder problems. However, it could not
satisfactorily replace deficiencies in the body or correct blood levels
and seemed to have been mainly used "as a cleanser and to
stabilise the pH of the urine".
When discussing the ten to twelve major minerals, it will become clear
why I call this manual the application of Electroloids. Authors such
as Dr Lesley Fisher, explain what minerals do in the human body. I
have high respect for all Fishers work but note that the thinking at
that time seemed to have been centred around minerals in their
single form.
This approach works well, only up to a point. A Magnesium deficiency,
for example, could present itself in many different forms. It is
important to remember that Magnesium is needed as a catalyst to
control the perfect balance of Sodium, Potassium and Calcium in
the body and especially in the heart muscle.
The Potassium Salts Head: Dizzy when they get up suddenly. Occipital headaches.
The following three will be discussed: Empty feeling in the tummy.
Potassium chloride. Potassium phosphate and Potassium sulphate. Eyes: Staring, as if they are in a trance or their eyelids droop, as
if they are not with you.
Potassium Chloride Ears: Cannot stand noise. Buzzing or ringing in the ears.
Physiological Application Meniere's syndrome.
Potassium chloride is probably the most important Potassium salt Nose: Occasionally thick yellow discharge.
found in the human body because of the fact that it seems to link Face: Pale or glowing red.
with protein to build new connective tissue wherever necessary. Mouth: Dry, often with offensive breath.
Pathological Application Tongue: Very dry in the mornings. A brown, mustard-like colour
A deficiency of Potassium chloride will lead to the secretion of copious while edges are red and sore. Dissimilar to Potassium chloride
thick whitish mucus. This deficiency may be seen in patients who deficiency where entire coating of the tongue becomes sore and
are prone to glandular problems, suffer from changes in the blood whitish.
viscosity which may then lead to clotting. In the early days Throat: Dry, salty, mucus, hoarseness.
homoeopaths were known to use Kali Muir (Tissue Salt) to Stomach: Very thirsty, sometimes complaining of nervousness in the
counteract clotting. pit of the tummy, often hungry even after eating. The compulsive
When to use eater, do not forget the tendency to hypoglycaemia (of great help in
Head: Nauseous headaches pancreatitis).
Eyes: Scratchy, as if there is sand in the eyes with occasional white Abdomen & Colon: Distended with winds, pain. Stools can vary: either
discharge. loose, aftershock with a very bad odour or constipation sets in with
Ears: Eustachian catarrh (invariably caused by a post-nasal drip or dark brownish stools.
sinus drip) with eventual infection. Female: Amenorrhoea. Irregular menstruation. Often lack of sexual
Mouth: Cold sores, Aphthous ulcers desire.
Tongue: Very pale often with a whitish coating and dry. Male: Decreased libido, often due to stress.
Throat: Throat warts, enlarged tonsils with pain, swollen Parotid Urinary Tract: Wants to urinate frequently and a deficiency may lead
glands, mumps. to bed-wetting, especially in nervous children.
Stomach: Windy, bloated, tender. Respiratory: Shortness of breath, especially after exertion,
Abdomen & Colon: Sluggish colon, often flatulence, may be tender, occasionally you may come across asthma after a patient has been
but not really tender. Nausea, diarrhea, only after fatty food. Very suffering from depression.
often more of a tendency towards constipation. Circulation: Irregular heartbeat.
Urinary tract: Pain, inflammation, cystitis, pyelonephritis, occasionally Nerves: Patient may complain of all kinds of neuralgic pains, often
puss in the urine or proteinuria. associated with tiredness and feeling depressed, they tend to slowly
Female: Sterility, vaginitis, white discharge, glandular tenderness, but surely become very sensitive to noise, sharp light, sharp colour
mastitis, ovarian cysts and fibro-adenosis. and feel half lame. Paralysis. They never sleep well.
Male: Glandular tenderness. Skin: Tends to become itchy or develop eczema in the nervous type
Respiratory: Loose rattling cough, occasional wheezing, of great help of patient. Most patients, with today's hectic way of life/ will benefit.
in bronchitis. Hyperhydrosis.
Circulation: Blood pressure often high, clotting may occur. Dosage
Nerves: After prolonged suppression of the nervous system by drugs. Adults: At least 200 to 250 mg per day in divided
Usually tenderness of the lining of the cerebellum often associated doses, but can be given to the sleepless in one
with epilepsy, especially in children who tend to develop fever very dose.
easily or after a previous history of sunstroke or excessive exposure Children: Half of the adult dose.
to sun and heat. An example is complaints of nausea and fever and Potassium phosphate patients always feel better in warmth and they
fever-like fits after school athletics on the hottest day in summer. always complain about feeling lousy in the mornings. These are the
Skin: Warts, people who tend to bruise easily, eczema, boils, night birds. Of tremendous value for exam stress, athletic
carbuncles, abscesses, acne. Lupus Erythema. competitions, or continuous physical exertion, for instance body
Contra Indications: Patients, especially the elderly, with tongue almost builders and aerobic fans.
purplish red, do not prescribe Potassium chloride. There will be too
rapid a change in blood viscosity. Never supply Potassium chloride Potassium Sulphate
to a third person to give to someone else if you have not had a look Physiological Application
at the patient. Potassium sulphate is primarily used to improve oxygenation in the
Dosage patient, whether you want more oxygen in the brain, skin, and
Adults: 400 mg per day in divided doses. nerves or in the intercellular fluids, use Potassium sulphate and link
Children: 200 mg in divided doses. it to Iron.
Potassium chloride patients always feel better when using cold Pathological Application
applications. They feel aggravated and terrible after rich food and Patients who lack Potassium sulphate invariably have skins which
they are definitely worse at the seaside. show desquamation of the epidermis. It is always used in fever,
especially if it is worse during the late afternoon and evening,
Potassium Phosphate becoming better after midnight.
Physiological Application When to use
Potassium phosphate is found in all body fluids. It is of vital Mind: Cannot concentrate. Feels confused, always anxious in the
importance and can be likened to fuel for the brain, nervous system evenings.
and muscles (including the heart muscle). It is very important in the Head: Dandruff. Scalp moist and sticky, oily hair and alopecia.
blood and stomach. Eyes: Yellow to green discharge.
Pathological Application Ears: Catarrhal deafness, normally due to Eustachian catarrh.
A Potassium phosphate deficiency will lead to weaker muscular Nose: Usually dry stuffy sinus with no mucus but an outstanding
tissue. Even the heart muscle can weaken, producing a weak symptom is loss of smell and eventually loss of taste. Occasionally a
irregular pulse with reduced contractility and often fibrillation. watery nasal drip, but that is seldom.
Whenever any Potassium (especially phosphate) becomes Mouth: Mouth burning hot.
deficient, a patient's Magnesium phosphate will automatically be Tongue: Loss of taste, yellow.
extremely low. Stomach: Stomach always feels full. These patients always complain
The causes for a loss of any one of the three body Potassiums are: that there is water in the mouth and they do not know where it is
vomiting/ sweating, diuretic pills, cortisone, diarrhoea, fever and an coming from. It looks as if they are dribbling.
excessive use of table salt (Sodium chloride). The kidneys will Abdomen and Colon: Stools are normally loose, it smells like sulphur.
normally retain the salt and Potassium will be lost in the urine. Itchy anus.
When to use Female: Periods late.
Mind: Stressful type of person who easily complains of nervousness Respiratory: Great amount of mucus that cannot be raised.
without real cause and then becomes depressed. Has poor memory, Emphysema, bronchial asthma, yellow to greenish mucus becoming
lack of concentration, lack of drive. Sensitive to noise, tearful. Exam worse in warm stuffy rooms.
stress, hypoglycaemia, hypo- and or hypertension. Hyperactivity in Circulation: Palpitations.
children. Skin: Dry with scales. Sometime eczema. Face dryish but hair
greasy or oily. An outstanding symptom of these patients is that they Some patients cannot fall asleep.
always complain of shifting rheumatic pains. Temperature seems to Dosage
rise in the afternoon and early evening, only to fade away at 400mg per day in divided doses. In severely stressful situations,
midnight. Like the cool fresh open air. alcoholism, palpitations or very bad heart conditions, the dosage
Dosage may be increased up to five times the suggested, but in divided
Adults: 200 mg in divided doses per day. doses. There is nothing wrong with an initial boost of at least
Children: Half of adult dosage. 600mg.
Invariably linked to Magnesium phosphate. Magnesium patients always feel better for warmth, by bending
double, with pressure and having some alcohol to settle them/ but
Magnesium Phosphate only initially. They feel terrible in cold weather, cold wind, cold water,
Physiological Application prolonged alcohol use, noise and after prolonged exertion.
Magnesium/ especially the Phosphate, is probably the most important Examples are athletes, body builders, students burning the midnight
Electroloid of all because it is a catalyst that should be included in oil, top executives trying to bum the candle at both ends and
most prescriptions. It has been well documented that Magnesium housewives who try to be mother/ father, servant and taxi driver all
phosphate in particular, is needed to maintain the normal balance in one!
between Sodium phosphate and Calcium, even within the heart An outstanding cation effect of Magnesium phosphate is that it also
muscle. controls and keeps the co-enzymes in balance.
An imbalance in any one of these four minerals (Kali Phos, Mag phos,
Sodi phos. Calcium) will lead to irregularities of the heart function. In Iron Phosphate
other words, Arrthythmias may occur. A relatively small percentage Physiological Application
of Arrhythmias are potentially lethal, it is more likely to be irritating It is responsible for the blood oxygen carrying capabilities into other
and worrying to the patient. In South Africa where it has been tissue.
proven that Magnesium lacks in our soil and drinking water, it will Pathological Application
definitely be lacking in the food that we eat too. Anaemic women of reproductive age and athletic men need additional
Inadequate Magnesium intake will automatically lead to a gradual and iron. The more active the person, the more oxygen they need. An
general depletion of the body's store of minerals which can affect iron deficiency can give rise to inflammation and pain. In acute
any part of the body. Athletes, for instance, may start complaining of cases fever appears, the pulse becomes quicker and patients seem
weakness, disinterest, muscular twitching, cramps, irritability, to have a flushed appearance which can be misleading. In chronic
palpitations or an awareness of an irregular heartbeat. Magnesium Iron anaemia the patient will tend to be pale, tired and have a weak
is of vital importance for normal functioning of the brain, spinal cord pulse. Whenever the body loses Iron, it would appear as if the
and all nerves. Almost fifty percent of Magnesium in the body will be Potassium chloride is then lost faster and vice versa. Do not be
used by the liver, kidneys and muscles. Approximately one third of misled by the either flushed or pale appearance, rather look at the
the Magnesium links to protein, which leaves only two thirds inner eyelid, tongue and the colour of the flesh just under the nails.
available as free cations. When to use
Pathological Application Mind: Lethargic, no courage, feels that there is no hope.
Low levels of Magnesium will result in what is commonly known as Head: Throbbing headaches relieved by cold compresses.
neuro-muscular irritability, such as: weaker movement, poor co- Nose: Nose bleeds. Colds.
ordination, tremors, unsettled heartbeat, jerking, angina, high or low Tongue: Bright red with dark red swellings. Note the contrast between
blood pressure, confusion, sleeplessness, and disorientation, hyper- Iron and Potassium, although the two Electroloids are invariably
activity in children, nightmares as well as poor concentration and given together, rather look at the other symptoms if you are in doubt.
memory. Every time an alcoholic drink is consumed, Magnesium is Mouth and Throat: Cold sores, toothache, fever, one-sided hot cheek,
lost five times faster than normal in the urine. In addition, keep in sore throat, red and inflamed throat.
mind that Magnesium is also used by the kidneys. This is one of the Stomach: Vomit with bright red blood.
reasons why it is an absolute must for people who drink alcohol Abdomen and Colon: Loose stools, watery stools, inflamed
daily or are alcoholics to replace Magnesium phosphate. haemorrhoids with or without bright red blood.
Magnesium phosphate is used by the motor nerves and the body will Urinary Tract: Bladder infection, disuria, urine feels warm. Urinates
try to compensate for a lack of Magnesium by using Calcium frequently.
phosphate. Urinary loss of Magnesium will tend to result in a higher Female: Heavy periods with bright red blood. Menstruates either too
pH which is one of the reasons why some people develop often, too soon and / or too long. Females during the reproductive
phosphate stones. age obviously loose Iron phosphate quicker due to monthly
We can also lose Magnesium through vomiting, loose stools, menstruation.
cortisone treatment, water pills (diuretics) kidney problems, Respiratory: Dry barking cough, hoarseness, first stage of all
alcoholism and in patients with over-active parathyroids. inflammation problems.
When to use Circulation: Palpitations with very quick pulse. Aneurysms (do not
Mind: Forgetful, confused, restless, sleepless, poor concentration and forget Calcium fluoride.)
memory, nightmares, illusions. Nerves: Tired, worse at night. Tends to depend on stimulants because
Head: Headaches with either pressure-like symptoms, also it helps temporarily.
spasmodic headaches. Patient aggravated by noise. Extremities: Excessive night perspiration, high temperature.
Eyes: Orbital neuralgia, very sensitive to sharp light, floating, Skin: Skin appears red in colour, associated with fever.
complains of seeing spots. Dosage
Face: Twitching, neuralgic pains. Absolutely necessary for Bells' Adults: Maximum 120mg per day in divided doses, depending on the
Palsy. patient's diet.
Teeth: Can become very sensitive to cold and warm drinks or food. Children: Half adult dose.
Stomach: Colic. Spasmodic pains which feel better on bending, soft Important
rubbing or pressure. Any caffeine intake may lead to Iron phosphate deficiency. Even if a
Abdomen and Colon: Stools tend to be dark, hard, passed with pain patient is taking Iron phosphate or plenty of beetroot he will
and spasmodic pains may occur anywhere in the abdomen area. definitely loose his Iron if he begins the day with coffee, frequently
Urinary Tract: Bed-wetting nightly in very nervous children. Tend to drinks cool drinks containing caffeine or takes pain pills containing
urinate very frequently. caffeine. (Chocolates also contain caffeine). There is thus a broad
Female: Colic, cramping pain, premenstrual pain. spectrum of people who desperately need Iron phosphate
Respiratory: Chest feels very tight. Asthma in the very nervous type of supplementation, a need which is invariably linked to Potassium
patient. chloride.
Circulatory: Angina, heart cramps, palpitations, tremors, tachycardia.
Extremities: Cramps, shooting pains, pins and needles (paraesthesia) Silica
and tremors. Athletes tend to complain of shin splints caused by the Physiological Application
drop in Magnesium and subsequently Calcium phosphate. Muscular Silica is the main carrier of all the other valuable minerals, especially
spasms. Continuous backache. Calcium fluoride and Calcium phosphate into the connective tissue,
Nerves: Spasmodic pains, trembling, cramps, spasms. Any pain, tendons, muscles, skin, mucus membranes, bones, joints and
when the patient uses the word "cramp-like". glands. Silica is regarded as the doubled-edged sword; it can
Sleep: Body tired, but it feels as if the brain does not want to switch eliminate old waste by either re-absorption or suppuration. Silica is
off. Wake up during sleep and cannot fall asleep again thereafter. called "nature's knife" because it can break down parasitic Calcium
and Sodium urate and remove this from the joints, muscles and Calcium Phosphate
glands. Physiological Application
Pathological Application Calcium phosphate is mostly required by the skeletal system. The
Silica is the carrier of other nutrients and a deficiency will lead to skeleton contains most of the body's Calcium phosphate. The
malnutrition of all the parts mentioned as well as the nervous remaining Calcium phosphate is responsible for the manufacturing
system. A chronic condition will heal quicker when we add Silica to a of the two hormones thyroid and parathyroid. It is very interesting to
prescription. A Silica deficiency definitely seems to upset the note that parathyroid controls the body's ability to absorb Calcium
absorption of Calcium into bones. That applies to all patients, but phosphate. In other words, the same glands that control Calcium in
especially the elderly. When an elderly patient suffers from a pelvic the body also need Calcium to function effectively. Please note that
crack or a broken bone anywhere in the body after a nasty fall. the Calcium referred to here, is not the coarse molecule found in
Silica must be in the prescription. dairy products. Not the heavy in-absorbable building blocks found in
When to use all dairy products. It is almost as if the parathyroid requires micro-
Mind: Difficult concentration, although not a lack of concentration. fine Calcium building bricks to do its work properly.
Head: Hair loss, ends split. Pathological Application
Eyes: Cataract. Sty’s. Ulcers. The loss of Calcium phosphate may lead to irritability of the muscles
Ears: Catarrhal deafness with chronic suppuration. which can lead to tetany, convulsions, cramps and polyuria. If
Nose: Loss of smell. Stinking discharge. Magnesium is deficient, Calcium will be lost in the urine. If Calcium
Mouth: Gumboils. is deficient, Magnesium will be lost. We all know that fractures will
Teeth: Toothache, deep-seated abscesses. not unite when Calcium is deficient and also that osteoporosis will
Throat: Tonsillitis. develop in old age. Calcium is robbed from the long bones during
Male: Hydrocele due to the loss in Calcium fluoride caused by a Silica deficiency to supply the needs of the soft tissue and that is why we
deficiency. need Calcium as a supplement, not necessarily for now but for later
Female: Mastitis. Fibro-adenosis. on in life. The problem is, however, that Calcium becomes deficient
Stomach, Stool and Abdomen: Spasms of the anus, motions difficult under the following conditions: menstruation, pregnancy, after X-
to expell, feels as if faeces is slipping back. Ray therapy, during cortisone therapy, aspirin, a diet too rich in
Respiratory: Expectoration loose or difficult to raise, thick yellow sugar, a Magnesium deficiency, lactation, lack of oestrogen and
mucus. Asthma after midnight. menopause. During a period of Calcium phosphate deficiency cells
Extremities: White spots on nails, brittle finger nails. Ingrown toe nails. break down, causing a white discharge from any mucus membrane
Clammy feet, bone pains, osteoporosis. Osteo-arthritis, arthritis. and a loss of protein in the urine.
Keloid growths. When to use
Dosage Mind: Fretful, slow comprehension, anxiety over small things, poor
Adults: 400mg per day in divided doses. Children: Half adult dose. memory.
Silica patients always feel better in summer, humid weather and in Head: Open fontanelles.
warmth. They feel worse when it is cold, before a storm and just Eyes: Dry and inflamed. Light sensitive.
lying down (in the early morning). Nose: Polyps.
Face: Pale. Pimples during Puberty.
The Calcium Salts Teeth: Brittle. Slow dentition. Toothache.
Throat: Tonsils enlarged. Sore throat always in the morning, but better
Calcium fluoride. after eating. Glands can become painful.
Physiological Application Stomach: Tender to touch, bloated, poor appetite. Calcium phosphate
Calcium fluoride is found on the surface of bones and the enamel of patients may crave salted and smoked meats.
teeth and provides hardness. It gives strength and tone to the rest of Abdomen/Stools: Very loose stools, not always painful. A must in
the body's elastic fibres and connective tissues, especially the skin ulcerative colitis.
and vascular walls. Urinary Tract: Bed-wetting in young and elderly. Frequency.
Pathological Application Extremities: Cold, chilblains, poor circulation.
A deficiency of Calcium fluoride will lead to conditions where there is Nerves: Nightly pains, as if in the bone.
a lack of tone in the fibres. This can occur in a variety of places for General: Polyps in the nose, bladder, uterus, rectum. Patient appears
instance: hard knotty glands, a loss of elasticity in the ligaments and anaemic.
tendons, cracks and keratosis of the skin will appear. Nails become Dosage
brittle, ridges on the nails, chipping of the nails, even chipping of Adults: 200 to 400mg per day in divided doses.
teeth. Children: Same as adult dosage.
When to use Calcium phosphate patients always feel better when lying down,
Mind: Anxiety and depression. A loss of mental elasticity, even the resting and in warm dry weather. They feel worse in cold wet
skull is not all that elastic. weather, dampness, whilst teething, at night, during exercise or
Head: Creaky noises in the head. Meniere's Syndrome. movement.
Eyes: Sees spots, cataract, pain and blurred vision. Styes. White of
the eyes sometimes red and bloodshot. The Sodium Salts
Nose: Green lumpy offensive discharge.
Face: Corners of the mouth crack. (Don't forget the co-enzymes). Sodium Phosphate
Herpetic or cold sores on the lips and inside the mouth. Physiological Application
Tongue: Always cracked all along the middle with some furring. Sodium phosphate is found in all tissues but primarily in the blood and
Teeth: Over sensitive to hot and cold foods. all body fluids. Sodium phosphate may literally be regarded as the
Throat: Hard swollen tonsils, dry irritating cough. most important cleanser in the human body. Sodium phosphate will
Abdomen and Stools: Anal fissures. Fistula in Ani. Uterine neutralise lactic acid, uric acid and cholesterol, even in the
prolapse. Prolapsed Colon. Prolapsed Bladder. Haemorrhoids. gallbladder. Unfortunately Sodium chloride (table salt) is stronger
Difficulty in passing faeces. than Sodium phosphate, which means the higher the salt intake the
Circulation: Aneurysms. Especially aortic Aneurysms. Varicose veins. higher the Sodium phosphate loss. Unfortunately the foods that
Enlarged heart. Haemorrhoids. contain Sodium phosphate happen to be rare and are not really
Extremities: Enlarged joints. Inflamed joints, tennis elbow. Ganglia eaten in South Africa.
and hard cysts. Sodium phosphate is found in its trace element form in berries, figs
Skin: Keratosis of the palms and soles of the feet. Cracks and and goats milk - which explains why we all lack Sodium phosphate
dryness of the skin in the thighs and behind the ears. at some stage in life. Like the battery of a motor car, it would appear
General: Hardened glands. Fibro-adenosis in the female breast (very that we dare not neglect Sodium phosphate. This is where the
common, although occurring in men too). positive and negative Electroloids come into the picture. We should
Dosage regard Sodium phosphate as the good guy, the positive Electroloid.
Adults 12 to 15mg in divided doses. Pathological Application
Children Half adult dose. When Sodium phosphate becomes deficient, the patient will definitely
Calcium fluoride patients always feel better in heat and warmth. They start complaining of uric acid, excess la<6c acid, gout, inability to
dislike damp weather. A true Calcium fluoride patient is the fair- break down fat, rheumatism, arthritis, fibrositis, fibre adenosis in the
skinned" double-jointed ballet dancer. female breast, lumbago, sciatica, heartburn, skin itchiness, burning
feet, burning urine and burning female discharge. In other words
almost everything that is acid related. Sodium phosphate is the acid
neutraliser in the body, whether of the brain or in the feet.
When to use
Mind: Fearful.
Head: Headaches with nausea and pressure-like symptoms.
Eyes: Sticky eyelids, especially in the mornings due to golden yellow
discharge.
Tongue: Always coated creamy yellow, often acid or burning taste.
Stomach: Acid, winds, worms.
Abdomen/Stools: Sour burning green, anus burning, occasional
threat of worms.
Urinary Tract: Frequent urination. Burning (not always).
Female: Acid or watery discharge, creamy in colour. Sterility. Nausea
during first trimester of pregnancy. Fibro adenosis.
Extremities: Gout, rheumatism, arthritis, fibrositis. Aches and pains.
Skin: Eczema due to excess acid. Itchiness all over body and any part
of the body. Sometimes with erythema.
General: Glands swollen. Osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, osteomaiacia
due to excess Calcium deposits in the tissue.
Dosage
Adults: 1 500mg per day in divided doses.
Children: Half adult dose.
Sodium phosphate patients feel worse during the afternoon in open
air and sudden changes in climate.

Sodium Sulphate
Physiological Application
Sodium sulphate is found in the inter-cellular fluids, in other words in
the lymph fluids of the body including the vitreous fluid of the eye. It
seems to control the flow of all fluids out of the body, including bile.
Its opposition, once again, is Sodium chloride.
Pathological Application
When Sodium sulphate becomes deficient we can no longer get rid of
excess fluids (water) from the inter-cellular and interstitial spaces.
This is when oedema (water retention) sets in. The patient will
complain of bloatedness, puffy eyes, swollen feet, swollen knees, all
due to water retention. It is nature's own water pill.
When to use
Eyes: Yellow, burning, sticky eyelids occasionally light sensitive.
Ears: Meniere's Syndrome. Ringing or stitches through ears
becoming worse in damp weather.
Nose: Thick yellow discharge. Polyps.
Face: Yellowish jaundiced look.
Tongue: Green-brown coat. Bitter taste. Also red tongue.
Stomach: Biliousness. Liver is tender. Vomiting of bile with giddy
headaches. Jaundice (Hepatitis A & B). Tender pancreas.
Abdomen / Stool: Bloated. Thick swollen tummy. Colic, diarrhoea.
Loose stools, green.
Urinary Tract: Polyuria, biliuria, test positive for urobilinogen
and sometimes positive for bilirubin. Diabetes.
Respiratory: Asthma, worse in humid damp weather, nightly cough,
greenish mucus.
Nerves: Restless. Cannot sit still because they start developing aches
and pains due to lymphatic fluid thickening. They need to be on the
move.
Extremities: Water retention. Fingers, feet and tummy swell. Puffy
eyes. Aches and pains in the back, neck, limbs, worse in warm
stuffy rooms, sitting or lying still and getting out of bed in the
morning due to lymph thickening. Sodium sulphate patients always
feel better whilst moving and in warm weather. They also tend to
eventually almost hate salt. Obvious scurf rim around the iris.
Skin: Eczema, watery busters sometimes with a yellow watery
discharge. Forms yellow scales.
Dosage
Adults: 600mg up to 1 200mg per day in divided doses.
Children: Half adult dose.
Sodium sulphate patients hate damp, cold, clammy weather, they do
not feel well at the seaside, they dislike lying on the left side, but
they love dry warmth, changing their body position frequently and
movement. The word "stiffness" becomes a keyword and will almost
always crop up in the examination or case history or complaints.
Eleclroloids available from Natura laboratory - Single NAME COMPOSITION (per 350mg COLOUR
Electroloids tablet)
CFS (Triphos) Calcium phosphate 65mg Yellow-Beige
NAME COLOUR. MAIN INDICATIONS Ferrum phosphate 19mg
(Quantity of active is per 350mg tablet) Sodium phosphate 65mg
Calcium fluoride White Conditions arising from a loss of FMPC (Mega Citric acid 50mg Spotted Beige
D3 connective tissue integrity PCIP without Ferrum sulphate 19mg
Calcium White Conditions arising from tissue Echinacea) Magnesium phosphate 50mg
phosphate malnutrition, especially muscle, bone Potossium chloride 65mg
(65mg) and blood. Also for frequent infections Vitamin C 50mg
in children. MagPo Magnesium phosphate 65mg Blue
Ferrum light beige Acute conditions resulting in localized Potassium phosphate 33mg
phosphate inflammation, heat and pain. Also for Mega PCIP Citric acid 50mg Grey-Brown
(19mg) chronic tiredness and pallor. Echinacea angustifolia 50mg
Ferrum sulphate Grey Conditions associated with the Ferrum sulphate 19mg
(19mg) congestion of blood and flushing of the Magnesiurn phosphate 50mg
head and face. Also for passive Potassium chloride 65mg
haemorrhages Vitamin C 50mg
Magnesium Pale grey Conditions that demonstrate a loss of PMF Ferrum sulphate 19mg Grey-Brown
phosphate integration of the myo-neural junction. Magnesiuin phosphate 50mg
(65mg) Potassium chloride 65mg
Potassium Grey Conditions arising from faulty collagen Pot chlor - Ferr Ferrum phosphate 19mg Beige
chloride (65mg) formation, fibromas, atheromas or phos potassium chloride 65mg
lymph blockages. Also for white viscid
mucous. Pot chlor - Ferr Ferrum sulphate 19mg Beige
Potassium Beige Conditions arising from reduced sulph Potassium chloride 65mg
phosphate nervous energy. Also for physical and
(33mg mental fatigue. Pot sulph - Mag Magnesium phosphate 65mg Greyish-white
phos Potassium sulphate 33mg
Potassium Grey-white Conditions arising from a relative
sulphate (33mg anoxic state, especially of the Quin phos Calcium phosphate 65mg Yellow-Beige
epithelium. Also for pyrexia and yellow Ferrum phosphate 19mg
or green viscid mucous, Magnesium phosphate 65mg
Sodium Light green Conditions that result from a build-up Potassium phosphate 33mg
phosphate of lactic or uric acid. Sodium phosphate 65mg
(65mg) Silica fluor Calcium fluoride D3 White
Sodium sulphate light yellow Conditions arising from an abnormal Silica dioxide D1
(100mg) distribution or concentration of body Triphos - Pot chlor Calcium phosphate 65mg Yellow-Beige
fluids. Ferrum phosphate 19mg
Silica D1 White Conditions that arise within connective Potassium chloride 65mg
tissue, particularly bone, tendons, skin, Sodium phosphate 65mg
hair and nails. Also for removal of
pathogenic waste.

Combination Electroloids