Can you trust them, as we’ve come to trust Hyland’s?
Many people are upset that Hyland’s cell salts have changed.
This popular homeopathic supplier has redesigned its bottles.
There’s a brand new logo.
The familiar long rectangular bottles have shrunk. They’re now circular and smaller.
But what really has people up in arms is the fact that each bottle contains only 100 tablets. The old version had 500 tablets.
However, it’s not as bad as it sounds.
The newer version offers fewer tablets. But apparently it sort of evens out.
So people accustomed to popping four tablets at one time only have to take one.
Cell salts contain traces of some of the tissues found in our body.
That’s why they’re sometimes called tissue salts.
Cell salts are low potency (6x). So most people can take them without an aggravation. (More on this later.)
It’s believed cell salts help with mineral assimilation. That’s why some people call them “homeopathic vitamins.”
Some people use them as vitamins, taking them often.
It’s these regular customers who are most affected by the change.
But there’s a lot of good news too.
Hyland’s is not going out business.
The packaging and product have changed. But its cell salts will be available for the foreseeable future.
Plus you have other options.
Biochemic is one, and, in my humble opinion a very good one.
Are Biochemic Cell Salts Okay?
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Biochemic cell salts are sold by a company named Bestmade Natural Products, based in Florida.
Someone pointed out that Biochemic is not the brand name. The true brand name is Bestmade. Biochemic is just another name for cell salt.
But, regardless, the word “Biochemic” is splashed across the tissue salt kit sold by Bestmade. So many people will refer to them as Biochemic cell salts.
Someone else brought it to my attention that these cell salts may have been manufactured in Pakistan. I’m not sure. So I plan to reach out to the company.
I’ll update this article with the right information. I personally have no problem with Pakistani-made remedies. (Most of the homeopathic remedies I own come from India, another country where homeopathy is widely used.)
Bestmade Natural Products was founded by man named Miro Posavec. His journey into natural health started after looking for natural healing solutions for his son, according to his website.
I discovered the Biochemic brand while shopping on Amazon and decided to try it.
Some people say never buy a homeopathic product on Amazon. But I decide on a case-by-case basis. The product was listed by the company. Not a third-party seller.
Everything seemed legitimate.
So I ordered a kit of 12 cell salts.
Biochemic seems to work as well as any cell salt.
How do I know?
Because I saw results.
Very dramatic results too.
One of my dogs had a skin wound that wasn’t healing. Even worse it became indurated.
I also noticed that constitutionally he was a Silica pup. Skinny, fail and afraid to try new things. (The indurated wound was just part of the picture. I was much more concerned about his general state and I would have given him Silica regardless of the lump.)
So I went low in potency and gave him ONE tablet of Biochemic Silica 6x.
A few hours later I checked the wound. It had opened up and it would soon heal without a trace. No more hard, shiny little lump on his shoulder.
You can see in the picture below. (I was thrilled it happened so fast after taking just one 6x pellet. I followed with additional doses of Silica 6x to boost his vitality and he’s now a happy healthy little dog who gets into a lot of trouble.)
Should I Use Biochemic Cell Salts?
I’m one of those relatively rare people who can’t take cell salts continuously. Or even all that often. I can only take them as needed.
I’ve proven both Hyland’s and Biochemic cell salts.
Which, to me, means both brands are effective.
When I took too much Biochemic Nat Mur I got a headache.
But later I saw benefits, including the disappearance of wart that had been bothering me.
So it’s good to know we have choices, when it comes to cell salts.
There’s no need to panic because Hyland’s has changed. You can either grow to love the new version.
Or you can try a new brand.
Biochemic would be my recommendation. Although I’m sure there are other good cell salt suppliers as well.
The individual Biochemic bottles don’t say how many tablets they contain. But it looks to be about 500. The recommended dose on the bottle is 4 tablets three times a day.
However, this is just a guideline. Some people (myself included) do better with one tablet a day. Or even one tablet less frequently.
These tablets are smaller than the Hyland’s brand.
The Biochemic kit was very economical though.
I guess if you go by the recommended dose, pill for pill, this brand might be more expensive than Hyland’s.
Each Biochemic bottle has an individual box, which contains an instructional pamphlet.
The only thing I didn’t like about Biochemic was the packaging.
The bottles are neatly arranged in a thick cardboard box. But it closes with a magnet.
Magnets aren’t considered good for potentized products.
This was an easy fix though.
I just put them in another box.
So if you’re worried about the changes at Hyland’s you have another option.
And with all the things to worry about in the world, obtaining cell salts should be the least of them.