Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Calc Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Inclination to stretch, mornings.
Difficult to arouse on awaking, mornings.
Sleepiness and weariness by day.
Late falling asleep; not until 2 or 3 A.M.
Persistent sleeplessness; so soon as he closes his eyes he sees figures.
Wakes too early; cannot sleep after 3 A.M.
Aroused as often as he falls asleep, by same disagreeable idea.
Dreams anxious; frightful; of falling.
Children scream after midnight and cannot be pacified.
Nausea and vomiting
Eructations tasting of the food eaten; bitter; sour; of tasteless fluid; of food; burning.
Burning extending to throat. θ Heart-burn.
Nausea mornings, with qualmishness and shuddering; toward evening, during dentition.
Vomit sour; of bitter slime; of what has been eaten; black; bloody; of milk in thick curds. θ Dentition.
Eating and drinking
After milk, nausea and sour eructation, water-brash.
After meals, heat or flatulency, with nausea; pain in the stomach and abdomen.
Atrophy of the muscles.
Crackling, or crepitation in the joints, as if they were dry.
Contact, Injuries, etc.
Touch 6, 30, 44. Pressure 3, 17. Rubbing 46.
Parts on which pressure is made get numb quickly.
Great heaviness of the body.
General sick feeling.
Twitching of the muscles.
Trembling of the body.
Talking produces a feeling of weakness, compelling the patient to desist.
Great weariness, not able to walk.
Children cannot walk; they have no disposition to do so, and will not put their feet down.
Great exhaustion in the morning, unable to go up stairs, or becomes much exhausted from it.
Chorea, sometimes only one side, involuntary motions, sometimes falling down; from fright, onanism, or worms.
Epilepsy before the attack, sense of something running in the arm, or from pit of stomach down through abdomen into feet.
Causes fright; protracted intermittent; suppression of chronic eruption.
Worse during solstice and full moon.
Temperature and weather
Generally better in warmth, worse in cold air.
Very great sensitiveness to the open air, takes cold easily.
Hot sun 3. Warm or cold liquids 10. Warm food or drink 11. Draught or cold 10. Cold air 40, 46. Open air 2, 40. Cold applications 19.
Chill, Fever and Sweat.
Takes cold very easily; easily chilled.
Chill with shivering, mostly in the evening, yet sometimes in the forenoon.
Chills commencing at 2 P.M.
Thirst during the chill.
Internal chilliness in the morning, after rising.
Intermittent fever when the chill commences in the pit of the stomach, like a sort of fixed, cold, agonizing weight, increasing with the chill and disappearing with it.
Frequent flushes of heat, with anxious palpitation of heart.
Heat followed by chill and cold hands.
Nightly internal heat, especially in the feet and hands, morning dry tongue.
External heat, with internal chilliness in evening in bed.
Sweat from slightest exercise, even in the cold open air.
Sweat during first sleep.
Clammy sweats at night on legs.
Night-sweats after 3 A.M.
Sweat most profuse on head and chest, and upper part of body.
Sweat of the palms; of the feet.
Some symptoms worse toward and new moon.
Worse solstice and full moon 36.
Right 3, 32, 46. Left 3, 6, 28, 32, 33. One-sided 3, 5, 36. Below up 3. Above downwards 36.≡ more ...