The ‘Hot 7’ with Magnesium Phosphate
The classic – the ‘Hot 7’ – as an entrance into the Schüssler-Salts
Schüssler-Salt No. 7 Magnesium phosphate is the mineral salt for nerves and muscles.
Approximately 25 g magnesium are stored in every human body. The mineral substance is found in the blood cells, muscles, the brain, spinal marrow as well as in the nerves. heart, glands, bones, and teeth.
The multi-talent amongst the minerals makes sure that the musculature operates reliably, our nerves remain robust and the energy metabolism functions. Excellent food sources are nuts, whole grain products and magnesium-rich mineral water.
However, it is crucial for the body to be able to utilise the absorbed magnesium optimally – here is where biochemistry according to Dr Schüssler begins. The Schüssler-Salts No. 7 Magnesium phosphate assists the cells in the optimal utilisation of the, in the body contained mineral substance.
To calm down, to be able to cope
Magnesium phosphate is not least valued because of its relaxing effect. Schüssler fans use it in stressful times for the gentle support of the body and ensure relaxation. Its application is as effective in turbulent times to calm down as for the famous ‘lump in one’s throat’ or ‘stage fright’.
Schüssler-Salt No. 7 is also extremely popular with athletes.
The Particular of the ‘Hot 7‘l
Dissolved in hot water Magnesium phosphate exerts a particular function. The ‘Hot 7’ encourages relaxation. Thanks to the promptly eventuating, therapeutic effect this intensive administration is beneficial for acute problems.
How to prepare and administer the ‘Hot 7’
It’s easy: Dissolve 10 tablets of Schüssler-Salt No. 7 Magnesium phosphate 6x in ca 0.2 litres of boiled, hot water. Drink the solution in small sips, while keeping each sip in the mouth for a few moments. Thus, the molecules are readily absorbed via the mucous membrane.
Use the ‘Hot 7’ as a night-time ritual. Enjoy the administration as a relaxing drink after a stressful day directly before going to bed, best in comfortably clothes and position.