AllisOne Calc Fluor (No 1) 60’s

R98.00

2 in stock

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ELASTICITY
Skin, Ligaments and Teeth

Helpful for any flaccid condition, Calc Fluor maintains and restores the elasticity of the connective tissues including the skin, the circulatory, musculo-skeletal and digestive systems, and strengthens tooth enamel. It is a useful toning conditioner to use when gaining in weight and size, such as in pregnancy, or whilst undertaking a sensible weight loss program.

Facial Analysis Signatures:

  • Oblique or vertical wrinkling at the inner corner of the eye or upper eyelid
  • Sometimes with a reddish-brown colouring of the skin.

Biochemic Mode of Action:

Keeping the connective tissues of the body flexible and supple, Calc Fluor is slow in action and usually needs replacement over a longer period of time. A deficiency of Calc Fluor may lead to the dilatation or relaxed condition of the fibres and tissues of the body. As we age, tissue elasticity also reduces; this results in sagging and hardening of the skin and other tissues or organs.

All women should use Calc Fluor during their menstrual cycle and for strengthening the tissues that may lose their elastic condition and become flaccid during and after pregnancy.

In dental care, Calc Fluor is a safe mineral supplement for children to strengthen tooth enamel, particularly since AllisOne tissue salts are sugar-free. Unlike the sodium fluoride used in fluoridated water and dental products, these mineral energies have no toxic side-effects.

Additional information

Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 cm

DISCLAIMER: This product may be a complementary medicine and/or not have been evaluated and verified by the South African Health Products Regulatory Authority for its quality, safety or intended use. Use of this product is therefore not intended to compensate for diagnosis, treatment, cure, or mitigation of medical conditions and must not substitute the obtaining of medical advice from a registered health professional for any health or health-related conditions.

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