Potassium Phosphate (Kali Phosphoricum) is said to be good as a brain food, helpful for nerve and brain imbalances. A deficiency in potassium phosphate could cause several health issues including those highlighted below:
a. mental/emotional symptoms predominate
b. Feel as if “I’m too tired to rest.”
c. Anxiety, brain fatigue, irritability, temper-tantrums, sleeplessness, dizziness, nervous asthma
d. dementia, Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis
e. easily bleeding gums
Some food items with varying levels of potassium phosphate include avocados, apples, dates, figs, lettuce, parsley, pumpkins, seaweeds (sea moss, bladder wrack), sweet almonds, spelt and walnuts.
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