|Name of the cell salt||Magnesium phosphate|
|Classic name||Mag Phos|
|Part of the body||Bones, muscles, nerves, red blood cells, thyroid, liver|
|Use as cell salts||muscles|
|Specialties||pains and cramps|
DescriptionMagnesium phosphate is the painkiller of the cell salts. It is taken against pains and cramps.
Magnesium phosphate is often used as a hot drink. For this drink dissolve ten tablets of Magnesium phosphate in hot water an drink in small sips. This mixture may not be stirred with metal spoons.
As a hot drink the cell salt Magnesium phosphate is assimilated especially fast by the body and thereby works quite good.