1. Thin, spare subjects with dark complexion, and inclined to emaciate. Scrofulous, rachitic children during first and especially second dentition. (Heads sweats not so prominent a symptom as in Calc. carb. and Silicea). Girls at or near puberty.
2. Sunken, flabby abdomen in children with general emaciation and inability to stand.
3. Gastro-intestinal disorders < at every attempt to eat ; vomiting of undigested food especially milk ; craving for salt or smoked meats.
4. Dentition diarrhoeas ; green stools with offensive flatus.
5. Patient feels complaints more when thinking about them. (Helon., Oxal. ac.).
6. Other general indications similar to Calc. carb.
7. Chronic catarrhal conditions with tendency to polypi and overgrowth of lymphatic tissue.
8. Non-union of fractures especially in old people ; promotes formation of callus.
9. Debility remaining after acute diseases especially in young people.
10. Modalities ; < cold and damp, particularly from melting snows (in rheumatic complaints, etc.) ; < spring and autumn ; > after lying down.
Dr. AG ClarkeCalcarea Phosphorica
by Dr. AG Clarke ( Author at Homeopathy Books Online )
Posted on September 18th, 2012 at 4:09 pm.
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Keywords: Debility, Dentition, Emaciation, Vomiting