Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Calcarea Sulphurica in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Sulphate of Calcium. Gypsum. Plaster of Paris. Ca SO4. Trituration.
Calc Carb Calc. Sulphur sulph. is closely related to Hep Sulph Calc Hepar sulph. Calc Carb calc., which is an impure sulphide of calcium, but has a wider sphere and deeper action in suppurative processes. It is Schüssler's "Connective-tissue salt," and most of the indications for its use are derived from his clinical experience. In the last edition of his Biochemic Therapy Schüssler discards Calc Carb Calc. Sulphur sul. because it is not an actual constituent of the tissues, and he distributes its functions between Silicea Silicea and Natrum Phosphoricum Nat. Phos. Homoeopaths, having no Biochemic theory to support, may continue its use without scruple, especially as it has been proved by Hering and others. It is indicated in all kinds of cases after pus has found a vent. Nash has cured a case of suppurating kidney with it. It differs from Hep Sulph Calc Hepar in sensitiveness to air Hep Sulph Calc Hepar cannot bear the slightest exposure.
better walking in it. desire for it. Both have agg. from change of weather. Calc Carb Calc. Sulphur sul. has not the excessive sensitiveness to touch found in Hep Sulph Calc Hepar. Hansen recommends it in dry eczema in children. Cystic tumours, fibromata and polypi have been cured with Calc Carb Calc. Sulphur sul.