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Calcium Phosphate

Traditional use profile for Calcium phosphate (Calc phos)

Calcium phosphate (Calc phos) has been traditionally used to strengthen the bones and blood, particularly for growing children who are prone to teething problems, sore throats, tonsillitis, and poor circulation. Children who have an imbalance of Calcium phosphate (Calc phos) are often lacking in immunity, complain of headaches and pick at their food.

Calcium phosphate (Calc phos) symptoms are aggravated during cold, wet weather or changeable weather, in springtime and are improved during warm stable weather.



Where a patient suffers from the following conditions, a course of Calcium Phosphate may assist in their recovery.

Mental/emotional: Poor memory, anxiety over trivia, poor concentration. In children who are irritable, fretful and are slow at comprehending.

Head and face: Where there is coldness, icy, numb sore or crawling sensations. Where the fontanelles have stayed open too long, the child has a pale, waxy, sallow complexion. The skin is dry, prematurely wrinkled and may have acne.

Eyes: Photophobia, with possible inflammation and dryness.

ENT: After exposure to wind, the ears are cold and painful. There are frequent ear, nose and throat infections and colds come on with dentition. The patient experiences nasal polypi and chronic enlargement of the tonsils. There is a tickling cough and constant hawking while talking. The sore throat eases after breakfast.

Teeth: The teeth are slow in developing and the dentition is poor. The patient experiences ENT infections during teething with toothache that is worse at night. While the gums are pale, inflamed or painful, the teeth are chalky and rot easily.

Gastrointestinal: Children have poor appetites with pains in the stomach. Their abdomens are tender to touch and appear sunken and flabby. The child craves salted or smoked meats. As a result of their diet, they experience much flatulence, flatus, sour and burning reflux in addition to heartburn. Their stools can be hot, watery, profuse, smelly and spluttering.

Respiratory: There are usually many cases of asthma and subsequent infections. Cases of Tuberculosis have been common.

Cardiovascular: An inefficient system leads to cold and numb extremities, chilblains and anaemia.

CNS: Neuralgia occurs at night with tearing pains in bones and after exposure to cold. There can be crawling, cold and numb sensations with cramps from cold or at night.

Genitourinary: Amenorrhoea and dysmenorrhoea with deep cramping aches in the uterus and back. Menses in young women that comes on early with bright red flows or could be late with dark red flows and associated uterine colic and referred back pain.

Leucorrhoea is like the white of an egg. Painful erections and sexual desire is increased before menses. Painful polyuria occurs from exposure to cold. Enuresis occurs in the young and elderly. Nephritis happens in the young. Phosphate stones and gravel have been experienced.

Musculoskeletal: During cold wet weather, shifting joint pains with cold, numb feelings, occur. Cramps come on from cold or at night in bed. Fractures are slow to heal. There can be growing pains and backache after exposure to cold. Rickets, osteomalacia and osteoporosis cases are common.

Skin: Pale, waxy sallow complexions are common. Skin is dry and wrinkled prematurely with cases of acne and boils in the young.

Febrile: The patient suffers cold, night sweats often with emaciation.



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