Natrum Phosphoricum

Last modified on January 4th, 2019


Detail description of the tissue salt Natrum Phosphoricum biochemic remedy by E.P. Anshutz in his book A Guide to Twelve Tissue Remedies of Biochemistry, published in 1909.

Sodium Phosphate. Phosphate of Soda. This salt is found in the cells of the blood, muscles, nerves, brain and intercellular fluids. A departure from the normal in it is characterized generally by “sourness,” an excess of lactic acid; sour eructations, or vomiting, or diarrhoea in infants or adults; acidity; uric acid conditions, rheumatism of the joints, gout. Discharges from the eyes, or sores, are yellow and creamy; tongue yellow; throat and tonsils are covered with yellow, creamy coating. Dyspepsia, sour or acid. Perspiration smells sour. An anti-acid.

This salt has proved to be curative in indigestion, acid stomach, flatulence, sour risings, nausea, vomiting, worms, loss of appetite, diarrhoea, headache, heart-burn, intermittent fever, morning-sickness, scabs yellow, scores, etc., when the general conditions noted above are present.

About the author

E.P. Anshutz

E.P. Anshutz

Edward Pollock Anshutz – 1846-1918. Editor - Homeopathic Recorder and author of New Old and Forgotten Remedies. Held an Hon. Doctor of Medicine from Hering Medical College.

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