Calcarea phos – For persons of anaemic and dark complexioned, dark hair and eyes; thin spare subjects, instead of fat.
During first and second dentition of scrofulous children; diarrhoea and great flatulence.
Calcarea phos. Children: emaciated, unable to stand; slow in learning to walk ( Cal. , Sil. ); sunken, flabby abdomen.
Oozing of bloody fluid from naval of infants (of urine, Hyos. ).
Rachitis; cranial bones thin and brittle; fontanelles and sutures remain open so long, or close and reopen; delayed or complicated teething.
Spine weak, disposed to curvatures, especially to the left, unable to support body, neck weak, unable to support head ( Abrot. ).
Girls at puberty, tall, growing rapidly, tendency of bone to soften or spine to curve ( Ther. ).
At puberty; acne in anaemic girls with vertex headache and flatulent dyspepsia, > by eating.
Ailments from grief, disappointed love ( Aur. , Ign. , Phos. ac. ).
Feels complaints more when thinking about them ( Helon. , Ox. ac. ).
Involuntary sighing ( Ign. ).
Non-union of bones; promotes callous ( Symph. ).
Rheumatism of cold weather; getting well in spring and returning in autumn.
Headache of school-girls ( Nat. m. , Psor. ); diarrhoea.
At every attempt to eat, colic pains in abdomen.
Fistula in ano, alternating with chest symptoms ( Berb. ); lack of animal heat; cold sweat and general coldness of body.
Relations. – Complementary: Ruta.
Similar: to Carbo an. , Cal. fluor. , Calc. , Fluor. ac. , Kali phos. ; to Psor. , in debility remaining after acute diseases; to Sil. , but sweat of head is wanting.
Acts best: before Iod. , Psor. , Sanic. , Sulph. ; after Ars. , Iod. , Tub.
Aggravation. – Exposure to damp, cold, changeable weather; east winds; melting snow; mental exertion.
Amelioration. – In summer; warm, dry atmosphere