Magnesia PhosphoricaPhosphate Of Magnesia, Mag Phos, Mag. Phos, Schuessler Tissue Salt, Cell Salts, Tissue Salts, Biochemic Tissue / Cell Salt Number # 8 / Eight, Magnesium phosphorica, Magnesium Phosphoricum, Magnesium Phos
Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while the very dilute homeopathic remedy may help, the raw product is often best avoided.
Below are the strongest indications of Magnesia Phosphorica in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
The great anti-spasmodic remedy. Cramping of muscles with radiating pains. Neuralgic pains Relieved by warmth. Especially suited to tired, languid, exhausted subjects. Indisposition for mental exertion. Goitre.≡ show all authors ...
WORSE, right side, COLD, touch, night.
BETTER, warmth, bending double, pressure, friction.≡ show all authors ...
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Laments all the time about the pain
Inability to think clearly
Sleepless on account of indigestion.≡ more ...
Vertigo on moving, falls forward on closing eyes, better walking in open air
Aches after mental labor, with chilliness; always better warmth ( Sil.) Sensation as if contents were liquid, as if parts of brain were changing places, as of a cap on head.
from cold (including cold parts); becoming cold
hot applications≡ more ...
Supraorbital pains; worse, right side; relieved by warmth applied externally
Twitching of lids
Nystagmus, strabismus, ptosis
Eyes hot, tired, vision blurred, colored lights before eyes.
Colours and shapes in front of eyes; sparks; during headache≡ more ...
Severe neuralgic pain; worse behind right ear; worse, by going into cold air, and Washing face and neck with cold water.
Pain; on turning head≡ more ...
in dry, cold wind
warmth≡ more ...
Toothache; better by heat and hot liquids
Ulceration of teeth, with swelling of glands of face, throat and neck, And swelling of tongue
Complaints of teething children
Spasms without febrile symptoms.
Teeth; pain; heat; external warmth
pain; neuralgic (pain along nerve)≡ more ...
Soreness and stiffness, especially right side; parts seem puffy, With chilliness, and aching all over.≡ more ...
Heart; Angina pectoris
Nervous spasmodic palpitation
Constricting pains around heart.≡ more ...
Asthmatic oppression of chest
Dry, tickling cough
Spasmodic cough, with difficulty in lying down
Whooping-cough ( Corall.) Voice harsh, larynx sore and raw
Intercostal neuralgia.≡ more ...
Stomach; Hiccough, with retching day and night
Thirst for very cold drinks.
Enteralgia, relieved by pressure
Flatulent colic, forcing patient to bend double; relieved by rubbing, warmth, pressure; accompanied with belching of gas, which gives no relief
bloated, full sensation in abdomen; must loosen clothing, walk about, and constantly pass flatus
Constipation in rheumatic subjects due to flatulence and indigestion.
Bladder; urination; involuntary, incontinence; night, bed wetting
Stomach; pain; warm application≡ more ...
Female; Menstrual colic
Menses too early, dark, stringy
Swelling of external parts
Female; pain; ovaries≡ more ...
Involuntary shaking of hands
Cramps in calves
Sciatica; feet very tender
Writers’ and players’ cramp
Weakness in arms and hands, finger-tips stiff and numb
General muscular weakness.
Cramps; hand; writing
upper limbs; while writing
forearm; while writing
wrist; while writing
hand; while writing
lower limbs; pressure
lower limbs; sciatica (pain radiating from back along back of thigh)
pulling; upper limbs; while writing
pulling; forearm; when writing
Tension, tightness; upper limbs; when writing
forearm; extensors, while writing≡ more ...
Fever and chill
Chilliness after dinner, in evening
Chills run up and down the back, with shivering, followed by a suffocating sensation.≡ more ...
Temperature (felt and effects of temperature); cold feeling; lack of vital heat
cold in general
Warm heater≡ more ...