Calcarea Sulphurica is one of the twelve tissue remedies by Schussler.
Calcarea Sulphurica is an excellent remedy in homeopathy from the mineral kingdom.
It is commonly known as Gypsum or Plaster of Paris.
It is an invaluable remedy in the materia medica, this important remedy was introduced to homeopathy and Homoeopaths continue its use especially as it was proved by Dr.Hering.
Mother Tincture and trituration of Sulphate of Calcium- Ca SO4 powder is prepared and subsequent potencies are made.
It has attained a position in therapeutic purpose as a remedy for various Cystic tumors, fibromata, and polypi, abscesses.
Calcarea Sulphurica Constitution /Personality
Calcarea Sulphurica is a remedy primarily indicated for individuals with unhealthy skin.
It is well-suited for people characterized by changeable moods, absent-mindedness, and irritability.
This remedy is suitable for individuals who often feel anxious, discontented, and have a tendency to weep.
People who have a strong inclination to overindulge in eating and generally possess a negative, easy-going disposition can benefit from Calcarea Sulphurica.
Aversion to bathing is a characteristic feature in those who need this remedy.
It is indicated for infants who may present with symptoms such as bloody coryza, diarrhea, or eczema.
In girls, it is particularly relevant for those with delayed first menses.
Calcarea Sulphurica is well-suited for individuals who experience a craving for stimulants to combat tremulous weakness and languor.
This remedy is most appropriate for individuals who are flabby, possibly obese, and prone to hemorrhages.
It is often indicated for individuals with a hysterical disposition, characterized by broken-down constitutions resulting from factors such as overeating, onanism, or other dissipations.
Additionally, it is suitable for syphilitic individuals.
Calcarea Sulphurica is a highly effective remedy for individuals prone to the formation of abscesses in various parts of the body.
It is particularly valuable in the treatment of conditions such as eczema, torpid glandular swellings, cystic tumors, and fibroids.
This remedy is well-suited for addressing suppurative processes that occur in the body, encompassing a wide range of conditions once pus has found an outlet.
It is among the top-listed remedies for Lupus vulgaris, a specific type of skin disorder.
Calcarea Sulphurica is indicated for catarrhal conditions affecting various parts of the body, including the lungs, skin, and upper respiratory tract, where mucus discharge is yellow, thick, and lumpy.
Characteristic symptoms include burning and itching in the soles of the feet.
In cases of stomach complaints, individuals who have a strong desire for fruit, green sour vegetables, and tea can benefit from this remedy.
It is relevant when the tongue appears flabby with a yellow coating at its base.
This remedy is highly effective for addressing hemorrhages from various parts of the body, including the nose, lungs, stomach, rectum, and bladder.
It is also prominent among top-listed remedies for eczema with pus formation, especially when the skin is unhealthy, and ulcers are slow to heal.
Calcarea Sulphurica is indicated for mammary gland cancer that occurs after the suppression of an abscess.
It can provide relief in cases of malignant growths after ulceration has set in when other remedies have proven less effective.
This remedy is beneficial for ulcerations, purulent sores resulting from skin abrasions, pimples, burns, scalds, or bruises, with sensations of itching and burning, accompanied by severe dryness.
It is effective in cases of eye inflammation with thick yellow discharge.
Among its notable indications is the treatment of fistula in the anus, where a painful abscess forms around the anal area.
In cases of nasal blockage, a yellowish discharge from the posterior nose, along with yellow, thick, and lumpy discharges from the throat and nose, make Calcarea Sulphurica a suitable remedy.
This article will cover from head to toe all the complaints body. And wherever the symptoms are matched, this medicine can be used-
Individuals requiring Calcarea Sulphurica may exhibit sudden mood swings, characterized by a highly changeable disposition.
This remedy is relevant when there is a sudden loss of memory, often accompanied by absent-mindedness and irritability.
People in need of Calcarea Sulphurica may experience anxiety, which tends to improve in the open air. They can be highly discontented and prone to tearfulness.
Calcarea Sulphurica is an effective remedy for various headache symptoms, often characterized by a sensation around the head as if the individual were wearing a hat.
It is also valuable for addressing painful pimples or hard swellings that develop on the edge of the hairline, and there may be bleeding when scratched.
This remedy is among the top-listed choices for Crusta lacteal and Cranio-tabes.
Calcarea Sulphurica is particularly useful in the treatment of scald-head in children when there is a purulent discharge or the presence of yellow, purulent crusts on the scalp. These crusts typically cause severe itching.
Calcarea Sulphurica is indicated for the treatment of dimness of eyesight, where objects appear as if only half of the object is visible to the eyes.
It is effective in cases of ulceration of the cornea, often resulting in a smoky appearance.
This remedy is relevant when individuals experience eye protrusion and eye inflammation, accompanied by the discharge of thick, yellow matter from the conjunctiva.
Calcarea Sulphurica is a suitable choice for addressing ophthalmia neonatorum in infants, particularly when the condition presents with purulent discharge.
Calcarea Sulphurica is indicated for pain in the ears, especially in cases of otitis media, where individuals may experience deafness of hearing. This condition is often accompanied by the discharge of purulent matter from the middle ear, sometimes mixed with blood.
Additionally, it is useful for addressing the presence of pimples around the ear, which are filled with yellowish matter and may develop scabs.
Calcarea Sulphurica is an effective remedy for influenza, particularly when sneezing is ameliorated in the open air. Individuals may experience coryza originating from the right side of the nose after a bath, with outdoor exposure providing relief.
In cases of nasal congestion, this remedy is indicated when there is a one-sided discharge from the nose. The edges of the nostrils may become sore and excoriated.
Individuals with a cold that settles in the head may have thick, yellowish, purulent secretions from the nose, often tinged with blood.
The coryza in such cases typically features a thick, yellow, lumpy, mattery discharge from the nose, which tends to increase with sneezing. Discharge may also occur from the posterior nares, and the edges of the nostrils can remain sore.
Calcarea Sulphurica is a valuable remedy for addressing gastric disorders, particularly affecting the upper gastric portion. In cases where the mouth is tasteless and the inside of the lips is sore, indicative of mouth sores, this remedy is indicated.
It is effective for treating glossitis, a condition where the tongue becomes flabby, resembling a layer of dried clay. This often coincides with a sour, soapy, and acrid taste in the mouth. The tongue may also have a yellow coating at the base, which can be associated with various throat troubles.
For toothache, especially rheumatic toothache, Calcarea Sulphurica is a suitable choice. Those affected may experience sore and highly painful teeth, with the pain radiating to the entire face and causing a headache.
This remedy is also useful in managing gingivitis, a condition characterized by swollen and tender gums.
It is particularly effective in cases where individuals have tender and easily-bleeding gums.
Calcarea Sulphurica is indicated for various skin conditions that manifest on the face, including the presence of pimples and pustules.
This remedy is particularly effective for herpes with a swollen cheek, which may also be associated with toothache.
Herpetic eruptions on the skin surface, including various forms of acne or pimples on the face, can be successfully treated with Calcarea Sulphurica.
It is the top choice for pustules with blister-like sores on the lower lip.
Individuals may present with an exceedingly pale face, giving them a sickly appearance, akin to gypsum workers.
Calcarea Sulphurica is indicated for sore throat conditions, particularly in the last stage of ulcerated sore throat, accompanied by the discharge of yellow matter.
It is effective for addressing cases where the tongue has a yellow coating at the base, often seen in conjunction with sore throat or tonsillitis.
This remedy is valuable for the suppurating stage of tonsillitis when the abscess is discharging a yellowish mucopurulent discharge. Individuals with this condition may experience severe pain in the throat, along with itching and dryness, leading to frequent cravings for water.
Calcarea Sulphurica is also indicated for diphtheria of the soft palate, often presenting with a severe, scarlatina red sore throat.
Calcarea Sulphurica is a valuable remedy for conditions of asthma or cough accompanied by hectic fever. Cough is often associated with hectic fever and purulent expectoration, along with pain in the chest and a sensation of burning and weakness in the chest.
This remedy is particularly effective when there is cough with purulent and sanious (bloody and foul-smelling) sputum in conjunction with hectic fever.
In cases of empyema of the lungs, characterized by the severe formation of pus in the lungs or pleural cavities, Calcarea Sulphurica is among the top-listed remedies.
It is also relevant in cases of catarrh.
Furthermore, it is a valuable choice for treating pneumonia, especially in the third stage, where catarrh is present with thick, lumpy, white-yellow, or pus-like secretion.
Calcarea Sulphurica is a valuable remedy for stomach pain, often manifesting as pain in the region of the liver on the right side of the pelvis. This pain may be followed by weakness, nausea, and further stomach discomfort.
Individuals may experience burning pain in the stomach as a characteristic symptom.
Calcarea Sulphurica is a valuable remedy for various gastrointestinal issues.
In cases of diarrhea, individuals may pass loose, purulent, or bloody stools. Diarrhea can be triggered by factors such as the consumption of maple sugar or changes in the weather. It is also characterized by a pus-like, slimy discharge from the bowels.
This remedy is effective for addressing painful abscesses around the anus, often associated with fistula.
Furthermore, it is indicated for dysentery with pus-like and slimy motions.
Calcarea Sulphurica exhibits a valuable effect on the urinary organs and is particularly effective in addressing chronic nephritis, a condition involving inflammation of the kidneys.
In cases of chronic nephritis, individuals may experience red urine in conjunction with a hectic fever.
Calcarea Sulphurica is noted for its action on male sexual health.
It is indicated for conditions such as spermatorrhea with impotency, where individuals experience involuntary loss of semen.
This remedy is effective in treating gonorrhea in the suppurative stage, especially when there is purulent discharge.
Furthermore, Calcarea Sulphurica is among the top-listed remedies for addressing chronic syphilis, a sexually transmitted infection caused by the spirochete bacterium Treponema pallidum.
Calcarea Sulphurica exhibits valuable action on female genital health.
This remedy is useful for correcting the tendency to delay menses in women, potentially regulating their menstrual cycle.
It is also indicated for menorrhagia, a condition characterized by excessive and prolonged menstrual bleeding. In such cases, individuals may experience headaches, twitching, and significant weakness.
Calcarea Sulphurica is indicated for whitlow, particularly when it occurs at the tip of the fingers as suppuration begins.
It is among the top-listed remedies for addressing rheumatism in the legs. Pain in the knee, often resulting from a blow, can be accompanied by stitches in the knee joint. The legs may be tender to the touch, and individuals may experience slight swelling in the feet.
This remedy is effective for alleviating burning and itching sensations in the soles of the feet.
Calcarea Sulphurica is indicated for various skin conditions in children, especially dry eczema, where scarlet rashes may cover the affected skin.
It is effective for treating suppurating chilblains, particularly when there are burns and scalds followed by suppuration.
This remedy is valuable in addressing skin affections characterized by the presence of greenish, brownish, or yellowish scabs, often with a greyish, lead-colored appearance of the skin.
It is indicated for cuts, wounds, and bruises in the affected skin, especially when the skin is unhealthy, discharging pus, and does not readily heal.
Calcarea Sulphurica is useful in various skin eruptions that produce yellow, purulent discharge and crusts. These skin affections often involve purulent exudations within or upon the skin and may be associated with yellowish scabs and small, matterless pimples under the hair, which may bleed when scratched.
Calcarea Sulphurica is indicated in treating fibroids of the vertebral disc.
Calcarea Sulphurica is a great remedy for hectic fever, caused by the formation of pus, with cough and burning in soles.
Modalities are the factors that, increase or decrease the complaints in a patient.
They are categorized as aggravating factors and amelioration factors.
Aggravating factors make the condition of the illness worse, while the amelioration factor improves the condition of the disease.
It can be time, any part of the day, season, position, or any applications, etc.
There is aggravation about noon, lying on the left side; walking, and going upstairs, at 11 am and 11 pm.
The conditions get better when in the open air; better walking in the open air; desire for open air.
This remedy completes the process of cure that is started by the first medicine given.
The remedies complementary to Calcarea sulphuric are kali. muriaticum, silicea.
Calcarea sulph antidotes the ill effects of coffee.
These remedies have many similarities in action but are different in origin, which means the source from which the medicine is prepared is another.
Follows well Medicines
These are the remedies that can be given after the remedy, they do not cause any interference in the action of the earlier given medicine.
The remedies that follow well are Kali muriaticum and Natrum. sulphuricum, Silicea.
The dosage and potency of the medicine depend on the individual case.
Lower potency is given when very few symptoms of the patient match with the medicine and help the doctor only to diagnose the disease condition.
It is of great value in the treatment of abscesses and boils.
This potency requires frequent repetition, 3-4 times a day, till the expected result is seen.
This is considered as higher potency; they are given when the majority of mental symptoms and physical symptoms of Calcarea Sulphurica match.
Higher potencies are advisable to be not repeated very often; they act for a long duration of days, so the second dose is repeated every 7 days or every 15 days once.
This is very high potency. One should give it only after careful case analysis, where all medicinal symptoms of the mental and physical level will match with the case of the patient.
Calcarea Sulphurica and that given by the patient match perfectly.
One should not repeat 1 M potencies. It is given 30 days once and waiting for symptoms to disappear.
The mother tincture of Calcarea Sulphurica is used by many homeopaths to relieve the symptoms associated with burns, and eczema of the skin.
Take 10 drops of mother tincture in half a cup of water three times a day till the improvement occurs.
This lower potency of Calcarea Sulphurica works well to treat the conditions like dry eczema in children, and lupus and has a therapeutic effect on patients suffering from such conditions.
Take 2-3 drops of dilution directly on the tongue thrice a day for 3 months.
- Anus, abscess near
- Cornea, ulceration of
- Crusta lacteal
- Glandular swellings
Calcarea Sulphurica Side Effects
Homeopathic medicines are prepared by potentization where the dynamic curative power of the medication is aroused, so homeopathic medicines produce negligible side effects.
If any side effects of Calcarea Sulphurica are seen, it can be mostly in form of a slight increase in the itching of the skin, if at all it occurs then it can be antidoted by Camphor.
Remember that homeopathic remedies are prescribed based on individual symptoms and characteristics. It’s crucial to consult with a qualified homeopath for proper evaluation and personalized treatment. Homeopathy focuses on treating the whole person, so a detailed case study is necessary to select the most appropriate remedy.
Homeopathic medicines should be taken only when prescribed by a homeopathic physician. Self-medication may aggravate the original conditions.