PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
Useful during first and second dentition of scrofulous children; diarrhoea and great dentition of scrofulous children; diarrhoea and great flatulence (A.).
Children: emaciated, unable to stand; slow in learning to walk (Calcarea, Silicea).
SUNKEN, FLABBY ABDOMEN (A.).
Hydrocephalus (Apis, Bryonia, Helleborus, Lycopodium, Op Acid phosphoricum., Sulphur) (B.).
SLOW OSSIFICATION; NON-UNION (Calcarea, Sil) (B.).
HEADACHE OF SCHOOL GIRLS (Natrum muriaticum) (Bl.).
Perspiration on the scalp during sleep (Calcarea, Mercurius, Silicea).
Feels complaints more when thinking of them (Helonias, Ox-Ac.).
Difficulty in performing intellectual operations. (C.).
Wants to go away from home, and when away, wants to come back again (F.).
Ailments from disappointed love (Causticum, Ignatia, Natrum muriaticum) (G.).
Involuntary sighing (Cimic., Ignatia, Kali-P., Natrum muriaticum, Pulsatilla, Stramonium) (Bl.).
Peevish and fretful (Bryonia, Chamomilla, Cina) (C.).
Oozing of bloody fluid navel of infants (Silicea) (A.).
Pott’s disease or hip-joint disease (Calcarea, Phosphorus, Rhus toxicodendron, Silicea) (B.).
Can’t use the eyes by gas-light (G.).
IT AIDS FORMATION OF CALLUS IN FRACTURES (D.).
RACHITIS : CRANIAL BONES THIN AND BRITTLE: FONTANELLES AND SUTURES REMAIN OPEN TOO LONG, OR CLOSE AND REOPEN; DELAYED OR COMPLICATED TEETHING (A.).
MAL-ASSIMILATION (Alumina, Calcarea, Natrum muriaticum, Sanicula, Silicea) (B.).
THE CHILD SUFFERS FROM COLIC AFTER EVERY FEEDING (F.).
Useful as a restorative after acute diseases (Arsenicum, China, Phosphorus, Selenium) (D.).
Pain in the sacro-iliac symphyses (that is, the places where the sacrum unites with the iliac bones) (F.).
Pains along the sagittal suture (F.).
Spine weak, disposed to curvatures, especially to the left; unable to support the body (A.).
Neck weak, unable to support the head (A.).
DIARRHOEA : STOOLS FOUL, HOT, LIENTERIC, SPLUTTERING AND WATERY (Aloe, Podophyllum, Sulphur) (B.).
Sunken, flabby abdomen (D.).
Slow development and rapid decay of the teeth (Kreosotum, Sulphur) (D.).
Excessive flatulence (Carbo vegetabilis, Lycopodium) (D.).
Anal fistula, alternating with chest symptoms (B.).
CRAVES HAM, BACON, SALTED OR SMOKED MEAT (D.).
Pain in the stomach after a small quantity of food (D.).
Rheumatism appearing in any change of weather. On exposure to dampness, we find stiffness of the neck, aching and soreness in the limbs and wandering pains through the limbs, particularly around the sacral region and down the legs (F.).
Child loses its breath on being lifted up (Borax) (B.).
Persistently vomits milk (AEth., (Ant-C., Calcarea, Magnesia carb., Sepia, Silicea) (B.).
Acne in anaemic girls at puberty (A.).
Rheumatic affections, worse in spring and fall, especially when air is cold and damp from melting snow (N.).
Bones affected along sutures or at symphyses (N.).
Soreness in the sacro-iliac symphysis, as if broken or separated (N.).
Menses: early, scanty; every two weeks (Bryonia, Pulsatilla, Sepia) (B.).
Uterine displacement, aggravated by the passage of stool or urine (G.).
Leucorrhoea, like while of an egg (Br.).
Nymphomania (Apis, Cantharis, Lachesis, Phosphorus, Platina, Pulsatilla, Stramonium) (Br.).
Excoriating discharge from the ears (Calcarea, Mercurius, Silicea) (C.).
Hoarseness: must hawk or hem to clear the voice (C.).
From exposure to damp, cold and changeable weather; from east wind; from melting snow; and from mental exertion.
In summer : and in warm, dry atmosphere.
complementary : Ruta.
Similar to : Calcarea, Calcarea fluorica., Carb-An., Kali carb., Kali-P., Mercurius, Psorinum, Silicea, and Sulph.
Acts best : before Iodium, Psorinum, Sanicula, and Sulph.; and after Arsenicum, Iodium, and Tuberculinum