Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Magnesia Carbonica in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Stools green and frothy, like the scum of a frog pond; doubling up colic better after stool.
Toothache in decayed teeth, worse at night; must get up and walk about for relief (especially during pregnancy).
To exhausted nerves in worn-out women what China China is for loss of blood.
Menses; flow only at night or when lying, and in absence of uterine pains.
The salts of Magnesia are not new to the medical profession as remedies. Especially is the one under consideration so well known in its action upon the intestinal canal that it has for a long time been "my lady's" habitual resort for sour stomach and constipated bowels. Of course, then it should become a very useful remedy for diarrhoea in the hands of a Homoeopathist, and so it is. The kind of diarrhoea to which it is most applicable is -"Stools green and frothy like the scum of a frog pond." All of the Magnesias are great pain producers, consequently pain relievers, and, as might be expected, the stools of Magnesia carb. are preceded by griping, doubling-up colic. So far as colic is concerned, sometimes it might be difficult to choose between Magnesia carb. and Colocynthis Colocynth, but the stools are not alike. Rheum Rheum comes nearest to Magnesia carb., in that both have colic before stool, sour stool and sour smell of the whole body; but with Magnesia the green stool stands first and with Rheum Rheum the sourness. The stool of Rheum Rheum is oftener dark brownish than green. Chamomilla Chamomilla has green stool with much pain, but the stool is watery, while Magnesia carb. is more slimy. Merc Viv Mercury has the slimy stool which may be green also.