Phosphorus - The Homeopathic Remedy

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Phosphorus - Uses, Benefits, Properties, Description, Effects and Details of Phosphorus explanation and other information

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Remedy Name/s: Common Name/s: Latin, Zoological, Botanical and mineralogical name/s:
Phosphorus Phos., White Phosphorus, Yellow Phosphorus Phosphorus

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General description:
Mostly found in North Africa in volcanic regions as calcium phosphate. Phosphorus glows in the dark and the pure element (called white phosphorus) will ignite spontaneously in air. Phosphorus is highly unstable.

Warning: Extreme care must be taken when handling this element as it is very toxic and spontaneously combusts unless stored underwater.

Remedy preparation:
White phosphorus is dissolved in alcohol to form the mother tincture from which succussions are made.

Used in fireworks and matches until the middle of the eighteenth century when this very toxic substance was replaced by a red form of phosphorus that was more stable and less toxic.

Remedy profile:
Affectionate, artistic, enthusiastic, expressive people that "bite off more than they can chew" often delivering less than they commit for. These people fear illness, natural upheavals and supernatural forces. When ill they become lethargic, easily exhausted and in need for support love and comfort.

Physically they crave sweet and savory foods but easily suffer stomach upsets from both warm and cold foods.

Key Symptoms:
Outgoing affectionate, Sleeplessness and digestive upsets.

Used for treatment of:

Stress and anxiety:
Constant exhaustion, tearfulness and gastric upsets.

Nausea, Vomiting:
Often brought on by stress but also food poisoning or stomach ulcers.




Burning pains:
Burning pains of the stomach, back shoulders and limbs

Nose bleeds, gum bleeding, excessive menstrual flow and easy bruising.

Particularly coughs that are severe and lead to nausea and dry retching.

Sore throat:
mostly accompanied by a cold. Throat too sore to talk or swallow.

Bronchitis, laryngitis and asthma.

Poor blood circulation:
Specifically extremities that may feel as if they are burning but are cold to touch and suffer from pins and needle sensations.






General Symptoms Worse for:
Factors/Conditions that make the symptoms worse
During thunderstorms
Windy weather
Evenings and mornings
Excessive food or drink
Emotional stress
Stuffy rooms
Lying on left side


General Symptoms Better for: Factors/Conditions that improve symptoms
Fresh air
Lying on back
For touch (and massage)
For care
After sleep
For eating


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