There are various types of cell salts and each one has a different benefit associated with it.

Similarly, deficiency of these salts can have a derogatory effect on the human body.

7 examples of cell salts and their benefits are given below.

Calcium Flouride – This is a constituent of the surfaces of bones and the enamel of the teeth and it’s used medically because it’s safe to our health.

Underground sea water and some sea foods are rich in calcium fluoride.

This cell salt can help in treating ailments of the bones, teeth, skin, blood vessels, hemorrhoids, varicose veins, and heart.

Deficiency of this salt shows symptoms like Hemorrhoids problems, poor tooth enamel, cracks in skin and lips.

Calcium fluoride deficiencies can be observed from splitting nails, raised wrinkles, furrows, white scales, cracked lips or translucent teeth.

Calcium Phosphate – It promotes healthy cellular activity and is the primary constituent of all the cells and fluids in the human body.

It plays a vital role in the lymphatic, muscular, skeletal and excretory systems.

This salt is known for its restorative powers after disease and infections.

It is helpful for common colds, treating disorders of the reproductive system.

Its deficiency can be observed from white and waxy skin and transparent tips of the teeth.

Calcium Sulphate – It has several benefits from industrial application to home use and medical uses.

It’s an important desiccant used as drying agent in producing building materials.

Calcium sulphate which is also commonly written as calcium sulfate is used in making POP, as food additive and also in regulating the body acidity, impression material or treating flour in the hospital.

Calcium sulphate is also known for its health benefits on wounds and skin ailments.

It can hold water, resist and protect against acidic fluids. It protects the stomach walls, mouth, throat, bladder, nasal passages, eyes, etc.

It is an odorless and colorless substance which is slightly soluble in water.

It’s useful for treating rheumatism as well. Its deficiency can be recognized from liver spots, boils, infections of the head or scalp, and enlarged pores.

Ferrum Phosphate – It is a great oxygenator which helps in strengthening the walls of the blood vessels.

It helps for ailments like congestion, inflammation, fever or rapid pulse.

It helps with anemia, purification of the blood. It can be used for babies when they have cold and cough.

A good way to offer this homeopathic remedy to babies is by adding it in water before giving them.

Ferrum phos. is also used for hair and scalp disorders mostly by females. It’s one of the best homeopathic medicines for hair loss due to dandruff, regrowth and natural healthy hair growth.

Its deficiency is characterized by fatigue, weak immune system, bluish-black shades under the eyes and red ears, cheeks and forehead.


Magnesium Phosphate – This is also referred to as the homeopathic aspirin because it helps relieving one from pain.

It acts as a tonic for the nerves and can be found in foods and fruits such as black beans, avocado, dark chocolate, quinoa among others.

Magnesium phosphate help bringing relief to toothache, especially in babies when their teeth are shooting out, supports dental enamel, relaxes the brain, heart, and other muscles.

It also help against cramps, muscle spasms and muscle tightness.

Its deficiency can be observed from redness on the face or acute blushing.

Potassium Chloride – This is a part of muscles, nerve cells, and brain cells.

Deficiency of this cell salt can cause severe inflammation, discharge or excess clotting.

It resembles potassium sulfate in many ways as it fights off fever and infection.

It can control blistering when used for burn wounds.

its deficiency can be identified by milky red, blue or purple shading on the skin, acne rosacea or red spider veins of the cheeks and eyelids.

Potassium Phosphate – It has effective tranquilizing properties.

It is useful for relieving one from depression, anxiety, irritability, headaches, and helps in restoring good sleep patterns, memory loss, and dementia.

However, potassium phosphate should not be used by those having kidney diseases or already having high phos. in the body.

Its deficiencies can be noted from gray skin, sunken temples and cheeks, dull eyes and bad breath.

Nuts, seeds and grains are popular food sources of K phos.