CARBONATE OF CALCIUM.
Often suitable during dentition of children (Belladonna, Mercurius, Podophyllum, Silicea).
Nervous excitement, with debility and loss of strength (Arsenicum, Kali-P., Nux vomica, Sepia).
Sees objects on closing the eyes, which vanish when they are opened (Argentum nitricum, Belladonna, China, Opium, Sulphur, tarent.) (D.).
Apprehension of some future misfortune (Anacardium, Chin-S., Graphites, Psorinum).
Anxious shuddering and awe as soon as evening draws neat (Aconite, Kali carb., Phosphorus) (N.).
Low spirited and melancholic.
Despairing, hopeless of ever getting well again, with fear of death, tormenting all ground him day and night (N.).
She fears she will lose her understanding, and that persons will observe her confusion of mind (Actea racemosa).
Palpitation : at night, and after eating (Br.)
Dry cough at night, which is apt to be loose during the day (Hepar, Pulsatilla) (D.).
SHORTNESS OF BREATH, ESPECIALLY ON GOING UPSTAIRS (Arsenicum, Bryonia, Phosphorus) (D.).
Pain in the right side of the chest (D.).
Mucous rales are worse on the right side (D.).
PURULENT EXPECTORATION (Hepar, Mercurius) (D.).
Vertigo; when suddenly raising or turning the head (Conium), even when at rest; or when going upstairs or up a hill (N.).
Skin : unhealthy; small wounds suppurate easily (D.).
Internal or external sensation of coldness on various parts of the head (N.).
It is useful for certain forms of eczema of the scalp with general Calcarea symptoms (D.).
Itching of the scalp; children scratch their heads when their sleep is disturbed, or they are awakened.
HEAD TOO LARGE: FONTANELLES NOT CLOSING, AND PROFUSE SWEAT (N.).
Great emaciation and swollen abdomen, the appetite being good (Natrum muriaticum).
MALNUTRITION (Abrotanum, Calcarea phos., Natrum muriaticum, Sanicula, Sulphur). (B.).
FOUL OR STRONG URINE (Benz-Ac., Cantharis, Acid nitricum, Terebintha, Viola tricolor) (B.).
White urinary sediment (Cina, Natrum muriaticum, Acid phosphoricum.) (B.).
SENSATION OF COLDNESS INNER PARTS (reverse of Arsenicum and Sulph.).
Aversion to the open air (Hepar, Nux vomica, Psorinum, Silicea).
Sensitiveness to cold and damp air, and inclination to catch cold (Dulcamara, Natrum sulphuricum, Rhododendron, Rhus toxicodendron).
Inflammatory of conjunctiva or cornea caused by bathing, or getting wet, or, aggravated by damp weather (N.).
Lung disease of tall, slender, rapidly growing youth (Phosphorus); upper third of right lung (Arsenicum; upper third of left-lung-Myrt., Sulphur) (A.).
Pupils dilated (Belladonna, Hyoscyamus, Stramonium).
SCROFULOUS INFLAMMATION OF CORNEA OR CONJUNCTIVA, CHARACTERIZED BY PUSTULES, ULCERS, LACHRYMATION AND PHOTOPHOBIA. OPACITIES AFTER ACUTE INFLAMMATION (N.).
Dim-sightedness (Phosphorus, Sepia) (G.).
Full habit and ebullitions (Aconite, Amyl. nitrosum, Belladonna, Ferr-P., Sanguinaria).
Flaccidity of the skin (Abrotanum, Argentum nitricum, Lycopodium, Opium)
Puffiness (Apis., Arsenicum, Bryonia, Mercurius, Phosphorus, Sulphur).
BLOATEDNESS OF THE BODY AND FACE, WITH SWOLLEN ABDOMEN IN CHILDREN.
Inclination to become fat (in children and young persons).
CHEWING MOTION OF THE JAW DURING SLEEP (Podophyllum, Sepia, Zincum met.) (K.).
Cutting pains (Belladonna, Drosera, Natrum carbonicum, Petroleum, Rhus toxicodendron, Silicea, Viola tricolor).
Pricking in outer parts and in the bones.
Sensation of dryness, or of trembling in inner parts (Sulph-Ac.).
Tearing in the muscles (Carbo vegetabilis, Causticum, Kali carb., Lycopodium, Mercurius, Acid nitricum, Rhododendron, Sepia, Silicea, Staphysagria, Zincum met.).
ARTHRITIC TEARING AND ARTIFICIAL NODOSITIES (Amm-M., Calcarea fluorica., Silicea).
Cramps in single parts, which draw the limbs crookedly, especially in the toes and fingers (Cuprum, Magnesia phos., Secale).
Bleeding from inner parts (Crotalus horridus, Ferrum, Lachesis, Acid nitricum, Phosphorus, Secale).
PAINFUL SWELLING OF THE GLANDS (Belladonna, Carb-An., Hepar, Kali-M., Lachesis, Lycopodium Mercurius, Acid nitricum, Rhus toxicodendron, Silicea).
Hardness of hearing; deafness (Phosphorus) (G.).
OTORRHOEA, WITH MUCO-PURULENT DISCHARGE (Calcarea sulph., Hepar, Mercurius) (Br.).
Bones swollen with softening (Aurum, Calcarea, Mercurius, Silicea).
CARIES (Asafoetida, Calcarea fluorica., Calcarea sulph., Hepar, Mercurius, Acid nitricum, Phosphorus, Silicea).
It is of services in cases of rachitis.
The teeth appear late; the child does not learn to walk are early as is normal, and the fontanelles are late in closing. When the child is sleeping, the head perspires, so that the pillow is wet far around it (Bl.).
Acidity of the digestive tract: sour eructation, sour vomiting, and sour stool (Hepar, Magnesia carb., Rheum, Sulphur) (A.).
VOMITING OF SOUR SUBSTANCES (China, Ferr-P., Iris, Magnesia carb., Nux vomica, Phosphorus, Acid sulphuricum).
GREAT LONGING FOR EGGS (Hydrastis, Natrum phos., Oleum animale) (A.).
Craves indigestible things (Alumina, Alumn., Belladonna, Bryonia, Calcarea phos., Cyclamen) (A.).
Desires for clay, chalk, lime, slate pencils, etc. (Alumina, Cicuta, Ferrum, Natrum muriaticum, NIt-Ac., Nux vomica) (K.).
Aversion to milk and meat (Amm-C., Arnica, Bryonia, Calcarea sulph., Carbon sulph., Carbo vegetabilis, Ferr- P., Ignatia, Magnesia carb., Natrum carbonicum, Natrum phos., Nat-S., Nux vomica, Phosphorus, Pulsatilla, Sepia, Silicea, Sulphur) (A.).
The least excitement causes profuse return of menstrual flow (Sulphur, Tuberculinum) (A.).
THICK, MILKY, GUSHING LEUCORRHOEA (Amm-C., Borax, Calcarea phos., Copaiva, Ferrum, Kali chloratum, Pulsatilla, Sepia) (B.).
CATAMENIA TOO EARLY AND TOO PROFUSE (China, Ferrum, Hamamelis, Phosphorus, Sepia, Sulphur).
UTERINE POLYPI (Arsenicum, Aurum, Belladonna, Calcarea phos., Conium, Lycopodium, Phosphorus, Sanguinaria, Sepia, Staphysagria, Teucrium, Thuja) (B.).
Chlorosis, with scanty or suppressed menses (Alumina, Ferrum, Graphites, Pulsatilla, Sepia) (A.).
Inflammation, redness and swelling of the vulva, with purulent discharge (Arsenicum, Borax, Calcarea sulph., Kreosotum, Mercurius, Sepia) (G.).
LEUCORRHOEA OF LITTLE GIRLS (Cannabis sativa, Mercurius, Pulsatilla, Sepia) (D.).
DIFFICULT AND DELAYED DENTITION (Calcarea phos., Silicea) (A.).
Grinding of teeth during sleep (Arsenicum, Belladonna, Bryonia, Cannabis indica, Cina., Hyoscyamus, Ignatia) (K.).
Sour about of the whole body (Hepar, Rheum.) (A.).
Sweat: of single parts; head, scalp wet, cold; nape of neck; chest, axillae, sexual organs; hands, knees; feet (Sepia) (A.).
Rawness of soles of feet from perspiration (Graphites, Sanicula, Silicea) (A.).
Smell before nose as of bad eggs or gun-powder (R.).
Feet habitually cold and damp, as if they had on cold, damp stockings (A.).
Feet continually cold in bed. (A.).
Nasal polypi (All-C., Aurum, Calcarea sulph., Conium, Hydrastis, Kali bichromicum, Lemna minor, Mercurius, Phosphorus, Sanguinaria, Silicea, Sulphur, Teucrium, Thuja) (R.).
Painless hoarseness, worse in the morning (Carbo vegetabilis, Caust). (A.).
Nocturnal enuresis (Apis., Belladonna, Causticum, Ferrum, Graphites, Kreosotum, Magnesia phos., Natrum muriaticum, Pulsatilla) (K.).
Much, crawling and itching in the anus (Calcarea sulph., Graphites, Lycopodium, Nux vomica, Phosphorus) (G.).
WHITE, CHALK-LIKE STOOLS (Aurum mur natronatum, Chelidonium, Podophyllum) (G.).
Chronic diarrhoea; clay-like stools (Digitalis, Magnesia carb., Podophyllum, Silicea) (Hg.).
Feels better in every way when constipated (A.).
Obstinate constipation; stool has to be removed mechanically (Aloe, Alumina, Platina, Sanicula, Selenium, Sepia, Silicea) (A.).
CHOLERA INFANTUM: MILK DISAGREES; THE CHILD VOMITS IT IN SOUR CAKES OR CURDS; THERE IS A DIARRHOEA WHICH IS WORSE TOWARDS EVENING; IT IS GREENISH, WATERY; UNDIGESTED AND SOUR (D.).
In the morning; on wakening; from exertion of the mind; after eating; in cold and wet weather; from fasting; in the evening; after mid-night; from cold water; from washing; and during full moon.
From rubbing; from drawing the limbs up; whilst lying on the back; in the dark; in dry weather; and from lying on the painful side.
Similar to: Alumina, Belladonna, Calcarea sulph., China, Dulcamara, Ferrum, Graphites, Hepar, Kali carb., Lycopodium, Nat-S., Sepia, and Thuja)
According to Hahnemann, Calcarea must not be used before Acid nitricum and Sulph.; may produce unnecessary complications.
Calcarea acts best before Lycopodium, Nux vomica, Phosphorus and Silicea
Complementary to: Belladonna, which is the acute of Calcarea
It follows: Acid nitricum, Pulsatilla and Sulph., and is followed by Kali bichromicum
Note. In children it may be often repeated. In aged people, it should not be repeated; especially if the first dose benefitted, it will usually do harm.