PHOSPHORIC ACID homeopathic remedy keynotes and indications from the Decachords by Gladstone Clarke, of the medicine PHOSPHORIC ACID…


      1. Debilitated constitutions; pale sickly complexion, eyes sunken and surrounded by blue rings. Young people who grow too fast.

2. Listlessness and apathy; patient disinclined to talk;p stupefied by grief.

3. Great debility from long-continued, depressing emotional causes, after violent acute diseases or loss of vital fluids; neurasthenias of sexual origin.

4. Adynamic fevers with complete apathy and stupor yet patient fully conscious if aroused; abdomen tympanitic; tongue has red streak down centre widening in front; involuntary stools; haemorrhages of dark blood.

5. Headaches with crushing pain on vertex; (<) least noise esp. music; (<) motion., (>) lying also headaches from eye-strain.

6. Chronic diarrhoea, painless, non-debilitating; pale or whitish stools.

7. Polyuria esp. at night; urine clear and watery or like milk (excess of phosphates).

8. Interstitial inflammation of bones; pain as if scraped with a knife.

9. Weakness in the chest esp. from talking or coughing (Stann.).

10. Patient gen. (>) sleep; pains usually (>) motion.

A. Gladstone Clarke
Arthur Gladstone Clarke, a christian missionary working with the North China Mission, made good practical use of the homeopathy. He learnt as a student at MSM. He published a short introduction to the use of over 100 commonly used medicines—Decachords—first published in 1925 and still in print today.