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Calcarea Phosphorica - General symptoms - Boger

Phosphate Of Lime, Calcium phos, Calc-phos, Calc Phos, Schuessler Tissue Salt, Cell Salts, Tissue Salts, Biochemic Tissue / Cell Salt Number # 2 / Two, Calcium Phosphate, Calcarea Phos, Cal Phos Calc-p.


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HPUS indication of Calcarea Phosphorica: Stiffness
Common symptoms: Stiffness, Chills, PMS.

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Calc phos in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.


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GENERAL

General

Delicate, erethistic, tall or scrawny children; with dirty, brownish skins

Soft, thin bones Malassimilation

Scrofula

Rickets

Spots; cold or sore, vertex, eye-balls, tip of nose, or fingers, etc

Crawling, numb, cold limbs Pains shift

Arthritis

Rheumatism

Albuminous discharges, leucorrhoea, etc

Anaemia; as a sequel

Peevish, restless and fretful Idiotismus versatilis

Headache; in occipital protuberances; down spine; better cool bathing or sneezing; of school children As of ice in occiput

Thin skull bones

Open fontanelles

Hydrocephalus

Teeth; late; soft; decay easily

Tonsils, large; mycosis (Kali Muriaticum Kali-m)

Adenoids

Throat aches; feels hollow

Craves raw, salt, piquant foods or bacon

Weak digestion every bite hurts the stomach

Persistently vomits milk

FLABBY, SUNKEN ABDOMEN; pains, then burning leucorrhoeal flow

Festering navel Diarrhoeic tendency

Stools foul, hot; lienteric; spluttering and watery; worse fruits

Fistula; alternating with chest symptoms

Addison's disease

School girl's headache

Abnormal cravings

Tumor in left mamma

Menses early, scanty; every two weeks

Crawling in genitals

Exalted sexual instinct

Eruptions, worse during menses

Uterus heavy; weak or aching

Child loses its breath on being lifted up (Borax Bor)

Cough, better lying

Cavernous phthisis; with night sweats

Neck or chest pains from drafts

Weak, thin neck; the head bobs about

Sore fingertips

As of a splinter under nails

Weak through hips

Thin, brittle bones Pain, burning, along sutures or edges of nails

Slow ossification; non-union

Swollen glands

Pott's or hip-joint disease

Easily chilled; during pains

Sickly sweat; worse head and throat; at night

Cold limbs with digestive trouble

Chills up back, but heats down back

Region

NUTRITION BONES (SUTURES)

PERIOSTEUM

Cartilage

GLANDS

Nerves

ABDOMEN

Vertex

Chest