Calc Fluor is present in the surface of the bones, in the enamel of the teeth and in the elastic fibres of the skin and blood vessels.
It is responsible for all the elasticity within the body – deficiencies can lead to varicose veins, over relaxed organs, hardened glands, stretched ligaments.
Enlarged varicose veins
Poor condition of enamel of the teeth
Cracks and cuts in the skin
Constipation due to muscular tone of the rectum
A backache with dragging down pains
Restoring balance to conditions affecting surface of bones
NB. Calc Fluor – Calcium Fluoride should not be confused with Sodium Fluoride which is used for ￼￼fluoriding water supplies.
Chew tablets or crush and dissolve in water.
Acute conditions: every half an hour (up to 6 doses per day) until symptoms subside.
Chronic or maintenance dose: 4 times daily.
Take half an hour before meals, last dose at bedtime, or as professionally prescribed.