This medicine is also called Schüssler salt used. Here it is also called Calcium Carbonicum Hahnemanni No. 22 denotes.
Use of Calcium carbonicum for the following complaints
- Rickets (vitamin D deficiency, during growth)
- Diarrhea of undigested acidic stools, acid vomiting
- Weeping eczema
- Tendency to convulsions
- Swelling of the lymph glands
- Children's funds
- Big head
- mental clumsiness
- cold, sweaty feet
- acid vomiting
- Craving for eggs
- Milk is not tolerated
- Period too early, too heavy, too long
- Everything worse in cold and wet conditions, after eating and after exertion
- Better outdoors
Calcium carbonicum for the psyche
As with most other Schüssler salts, a deficiency in Calcium carbonicum can cause psychological symptoms. With Calcium carbonicum such deficiency symptoms are very unspecific complaints that can have many causes: Depressive moods, listlessness, apathy, as well as anxious behavior up to anxiety disorders are counted among these complaints.
Whether therapy with Calcium carbonicum can help a person affected by these conditions depends on the accompanying physical symptoms. Mental and physical aspects belong together, especially in alternative medicine, and result in an overall picture of the person, which can give indications of insufficient salts. So whether the administration of Calcium carbonicum can alleviate the above-mentioned psychological symptoms should best be discussed with an appropriately trained therapist or alternative practitioner.
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Use of Calcium carbonicum in the child
Calcium carbonicum acts on the body's own calcium balance. Since children are still growing and the bone formation thus has a higher requirement for calcium and calcium-containing compounds, this salt can be indicated here more often. Calcium carbonicum can also be helpful for changing the teeth from milk teeth to permanent teeth.
Specific symptoms and complaints for which the use of this Schüssler salt should be considered are:
- brittle bones
- Change of teeth
- Susceptibility to infection
- muscular injuries, e.g. from exercise
- noticeable growth spurts
- Disturbances in mental, emotional and physical development
The dose depends heavily on the symptoms to be treated as well as the age and stage of development of the child. A suitably trained person should therefore be consulted for the correct dosage alone.
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Use of Calcium carbonicum in babies
The Schüssler salt No. 22 is used relatively frequently in infants and babies, just as it is in children. A frequent area of application here is also in the area of teeth, especially if it is delayed or painful. It is also often given to support healthy bone growth.
If development or growth seems to be slowed down in any way, the use of Calcium carbonicum can - as in children - contribute to a reasonable pace of development. However, if a delayed development of any kind is noticed over a longer period of time, medical advice should be sought.
Interestingly, the use of Calcium carbonicum has also proven itself in children who show an aversion to or intolerance to milk, including breast milk. The calcium naturally contained in milk can offer a possible explanation for this effect, but the exact mechanism is not known. An appropriate specialist should also be consulted for an appropriate dosage based on the baby's age and symptoms.
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- Tablets Calcium carbonicum D3, D4, D6, D12
- Ampoules Calcium carbonicum D8, D10, D12
- Globules Calcium carbonicum D6, D12
- Central nervous system (CNS)
- Lymph glands
- Gastrointestinal tract