Calcarea Phosphorica - RelationshipsPhosphate 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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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Calc phos in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Compare: Calcar. Hypophosporosa (is to be preferred when it seems necessary to furnish the organism with liberal doses of Phosphorus Phosphorus in consequence of continued abscesses having reduced the vitality Give first and second decimal trit. Loss of appetite, rapid debility, night sweats; Acne pustulosa. - Pallor of skin, habitually Cold extremities. Phthisis - diarrhoea and cough; acute pains in chest. Mesenteric tuberculosis. Bleeding from lungs; angina pectoris; asthma; affection of arteries. Veins stand out like whipcords. Attacks of pain occurring two hours after meals (relieved by a cup of milk or light food). Cheiranthus Cheiri Cheiranthus (effects of cutting wisdom teeth). Calcarea renalis - Lapis Albus Lapis renalis - (arthritic nodosities. Riggs disease; lessens tendency to accumulation of tartar on teeth; gravel and renal calculi). Conchiolin. - Mater perlarum. - Mother of pearl (Osteitis. - Has a wide range of action in bone affections, especially when the growing ends are affected. Petechiae). Silicea Silica; Psorinum Psorin.; Sulphur Sulph.
Compare with Calc Carb Calc. ostr., Silica Marina Silic., Hydrofluoricum Acidum Fluor. ac., Berberis Vulgaris Berber.; also with Calc Carb Calc. hypophos., which is useful in consumption, with hectic, cavities in lungs, etc., and in severe corneal, crescentic ulcers, when low health prevents healing.
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Complementary Ruta Graveolens Ruta.
Over-growth. Lifting. Ascending. Over-study. Sexual excesses. Sexual irregularities. Grief. Disappointed love. Unpleasant news. Operation for fistula. Getting wet.