Latin, Zoological, Botanical and mineralogical name/s:
|Phosphoric acid, Phos. Ac.
General description and domicile:
Phosphoric acid is extracted from phosphorus which occurs naturally as Apatite -
a crystalline substance in igneous rocks - by combining calcium phosphate
with sulphuric acid.
Phosphoric acid has many uses in industry as a rust remover, in
the food industry as a flavoring agent and as a fertilizer.
Warning: Extreme care must be taken when handling
concentrated phosphoric acid as it is very caustic.
Dissolved in alcohol to obtain mother tincture
The remedy was proved by Hahnemann
How to use these pages:
What follows below is a profile of the homeopathic remedy. This profile must
be compared with the profile of the person to be treated in great detail before
treatment can be commenced. See
How to Use
The homeopathic remedy Phosphoric acid is well suited to gentle, calm people
who are sensitive with a high dependency on others. They are strong and
dependable when healthy but are very susceptible to rapid deterioration of their
physical and mental health when losing a loved one.
When ill they lose their strength very rapidly and become very dependent. They
lose concentration, are easily confused and rapidly fall into apathy.
Physical symptoms are a constant thirst and craving for fruity juices and
drinks, excessive perspiration, lethargy and a loss of appetite.
Conditions due to grief, rejection or shock, Apathetic, Forgetful and
confused, Clammy perspiration.
Used for treatment of:
Grief - loss of a loved one.
Shock - Indifferent apathy from disappointed love or humiliation
and losing a job.
Exhaustion - due to dehydration or overworking or studying.
Headaches - particularly suited in children and young people
that are stressed and overworked by studies. In adults the same headaches may
occur when working too hard or learning a new job.
Hair Loss - associated with grief or shock
Insomnia - accompanied by fatigue
General Symptoms Worse for:
Factors/Conditions that make the symptoms worse
General Symptoms Better for:
Factors/Conditions that improve symptoms
After sleep (including short naps)
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