Homeopathic_Calcarea_phosphorica_Veterinary_Materia_Medica
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Veterinary Materia Medica, Calendula, Homeopathy, Remedy
Calcarea phosphorica (Phosphate of Lime)

Homeopathic remedy for

Late dentition, bone disease, non-union of fractured bones, and the anemias after acute diseases and chronic wasting, cold extremities and weak digestion. Swollen glands are yet another symptom, this it shares with Calc. carb. Calcarea phos. symptoms are worse from any change in weather.

Calc. phos. has a strong affinity with bone growth and repair of the cells in the body. Poor, inadequate nutrition and impaired, slow development may benefit from this remedy; hip disease and brittle bones may also benefit. It is the remedy for weakness following acute and chronic illness and also for nutritional disorders and malabsorption in puppies. It is an excellent remedy when dogs are teething. Rheumatism appearing in any change of weather.

Gravel, kidney stone and renal calculi. If a urine analysis shows high phosphate levels this is always an indication that the animal needs Calcarea phosphorica 6x to restore it to a normal state.

Poor growth and development of young animals.
Poor development of the teeth, which may be accompanied by bouts of watery diarrhea.
The non-union of fractures, broken bones that won't heal if Symphytum is not helping.
This remedy has a similar action to
Calc. Carb. but suits the leaner, more active animal.
May help lessen the excess accumulation of tarter on teeth (compare
fragaria).

Keynotes

POOR NUTRITION, POOR ASSIMILATION
NON-UNION OF FRACTURES
DIFFICULT TEETHING
DIARRHEA; STOOLS GREENISH AND FOUL, SPUTTERING AND WATERY
COLIC AFTER NURSING
SLOW TO DEVELOP

Modalities:

< Worse: From exposure to damp, cold and changeable weather; from wind, and from melting snow.
> Better:
In the summer; and in warm, dry atmosphere.

Compare:

Con.; Baryt. mur.; Heckla Lava; Rhus.

Complimentary:

Ruta; Hepar sulph.

Acts best; before Iod., Psor., Sanic, and Sulph, and after Ars., Iod., and Tub.

Dosing: 1st to 3rd trituration. Higher potencies often more effective

For detailed
treatments and dosing instruction in veterinary homeopathy, we recommend using Pet Remedy Charts, 'Homeopathy to the Rescue' for dogs, cats, horses or birds.

Please Note: Any information given in this website is not intended to be taken as a replacement for medical advice. Anyone with an animal with a medical condition requiring veterinary attention should consult a qualified DVM practitioner or veterinary emergency care clinic.
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