|Kali phos. [Kali-p]|
|From the Greek, “beside” and “to loosen.” A total, or partial loss of the power of motion in any part or parts. The chief remedy. There are other remedies for this condition, as Natrum phos for paralysis of lower extremities .|
|Magn. phos. [Mag-p]|
|For paralysis agitans. Probably the best treatment is to give Kali phos. and Magn. Phosphorus, alternately.Paresis is an incomplete, or slight, paralysis. Kali phos. and Magn. Phos are the remedies.|
Detail description of the tissue salt Paralysis biochemic remedy by E.P. Anshutz in his book A Guide to Twelve Tissue Remedies of Biochemistry, published in 1909.