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Calcarea Carbonica - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - T.F. Allen

Carbonate Of Lime, Calc carb, Calcarea, Calcarea Carbonicum, Calc c, Calcium carbonicum, Calcarea Carbonica Ostrearum, Calcarea Carbonica Hahn. Cal carb, Calcarea carb, calc. carb., cal carb Calc.

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HPUS indication of Calcarea Carbonica: Overwork
Calcarea Carbonica

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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Illusion of fancy when going to sleep, as if she heard noises and clattering about her bed, which caused shuddering,

As soon as she closes the eyes, in the evening, in bed, a swarm of fancies present themselves to her,

Great desire to be mesmerized,

Repugnance, aversion, disgust for most persons,

Disinclination for every kind of labor,

Dread and aversion to labor, with great irritability, and heaviness of the feet,

Loneliness is very oppressive, with coldness of the face, hands, and feet,

Much crying (in an infant, whose mother had taken Calcarea),

Cries and complains about the long-past offences,

Weeping about trifles, with a sensitive, irritable mood,

Weeping when remonstrated with,


Sad, despondent mood, with irritable inclination to weep,

She became sad, and was obliged to weep, from every walk in the open air,

Despondent and melancholy, in the highest degree, with a kind of anguish,

Melancholy, not exactly a sad feeling, about the heart, without cause, with a kind of voluptuous trembling of the body,

Sorrowful and peevish; she looked upon everything from the worst side, and imagined everything evil,

She is very hypochondriac; she thinks that she is deadly sick, nevertheless can complain of nothing,

Despairing mood, with dread of disease and suffering, with foreboding of sad events,

She despaired of her life, and believed that she must die, with a most sad mood, and weeping, and frequent sudden attacks of general heat, as if hot water had been dashed over her,

Anxiety in the afternoon, subsequent to nausea in the forenoon, with headache,

At night, she was very anxious and raving; she started up anxiously in a dream, with trembling on waking out of it (after twenty days),

Anxious at night, as if she would become insane, followed by shuddering chilliness for a few minutes, and a sensation as if the body were dashed to pieces,

Anxious, restless, and busy mood; she is undertaking many things but accomplishing nothing; after this activity, she is very much exhausted,

Anxious about every trifle, and lachrymose,

Great anxiety and palpitation,

Frightened, apprehensive mood, as if some misfortune were about to happen to him, or some one else, which he could in no way overcome (after twenty-three days),

Every near sound frightened him, especially in the morning,

Fearful and restless, as if something evil would happen (after four days),

She feared that people would observe her confusion of mind,

She feared she would lose her reason,

Dread and anxiety of the future, with fear of consumption,

Irritable, weak, and despondent, in the morning, after a little work,

Fretful, with persistent obstinacy for three days (after twenty-eight days),

Frequent attacks of irritability and anxiety,

Very peevish after a few hours,

Peevish, without cause, especially in the morning,

Peevish without cause, for two evenings in succession,

Very peevish and irritable (after taking cold),

So peevish about trifles that she was dizzy the whole evening, and went to bed early, but could not sleep (after twenty days),

Peevish about trifles, and very irritable, in the morning, before the stool; he gets angry at everything,

Frequently peevish, and she spits out saliva,

Peevish and restless,

Obstinate disposition,

Obstinate, depressed mood,

Insupportable and sullen mood,

Everything is disagreeable, with great peevishness,

The thought of former vexations provokes him to anger,

Impatient and desperate,

Unnaturally indifferent, unsociable, taciturn (after eight days),


Thoughts vanish; his memory is short,

She misplaces words and easily chooses a wrong expression,

Great weakness of the imagination; during a slight effort in speaking, it seemed as if the brain were paralyzed, especially in the occiput; he could no more think nor recollect what been said; with confusion of the head,

Very forgetful (after forty-eight hours),

On stooping or moving the head, it seemed as if she did not know where she was,

Loss of consciousness, with anxious oppression of the stomach, from which she was suddenly awakened as by a violent fright,

In the evening, two attacks of loss of consciousness, when walking; she would have fallen to the floor, if one had not caught her (after five days),

Loss of consciousness, with illusion as regards place; it seems as if the room were a bower,

Stupefaction, like unconsciousness of external objects, with waving tingling on the upper part of the head,

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