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Calcarea Sulph

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Information about Dr. Reckeweg Calcarea sulph

Calcarea sulphurica is a Homoeopathic remedy made from Calcium sulphate. It is also known as calc sulp or calc sulf.

Product Origin: Germany

Key uses/benefits:

  • It provides effective relief from tonsilitis and throat pain.
  • Particularly useful in eczema and torpid glandular swellings.
  • It is beneficial for cystic tumors, fibroids, and suppurative processes after pus has found a vent.
  • Clinically effective in treating skin diseases such as eczema and lupus, as well as glandular swellings.
  • It addresses mucous discharges that are yellow, thick, and lumpy.



Directions of Use:

  • As directed by your Physician

Safety Information


Safety Information:

  • Read the label carefully before use.
  • Store in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Keep out of reach of children.

Additional Information

Additional information about Calcarea sulphurica

It is reported to be useful in abscess, boils, carbuncles, chilblains, cysts, eczema, fistula, tonsillitis, tumours, etc.

Calcarea sulphurica therapeutic range of actions as per Boericke Materia Medica

Eczema and torpid glandular swellings. Cystic tumors. Fibroids. Suppurative processes come within the range of this remedy, after pus has found a vent. Mucous discharges are yellow, thick and lumpy. Lupus vulgaris.

Head.–Scald-head of children, if there be purulent discharge, or yellow, purulent crusts.

Eyes.–Inflammation of the eyes, with discharge of thick, yellow matter. Sees only one-half an object. Cornea smoky. Ophthalmia neonatorum.

Ears.–Deafness, with discharge of matter from the middle ear, sometimes mixed with blood. Pimples around ear.

Nose.–Cold in the head, with thick, yellowish, purulent secretion, frequently tinged with blood. One-sided discharge from nose. Yellowish discharge from posterior nares. Edges of nostrils sore.

Face.–Pimples and pustules on the face. Herpes.

Mouth.–Inside of lips sore. Tongue flabby, resembling a layer of dried clay. Sour, soapy, acrid taste. Yellow coating at base.

Throat.–Last stage of ulcerated sore throat, with discharge of yellow matter. Suppurating stage of tonsillitis, when abscess is discharging.

Abdomen.–Pain in region of liver, in right side of pelvis, followed by weakness, nausea, and pain in stomach.

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