Calcium fluoratum

German term

Calcium fluoride

Schüssler salt

This medicine (Calcium fluoratum) is also called Schüssler salt used.

Application of calcium fluoratum

The active principle of the Schüssler salts should not be confused with the homeopathic active principle. The latter combats “like with like”, ie symptoms with active ingredients that would also cause these symptoms.
Schüssler salts are supposed to compensate for a deficiency in these minerals. A calcium fluoratum deficiency is characterized by weaknesses in the connective tissue. The connective tissue, in particular, is found almost everywhere in the body as a stabilizing fiber, for example in the musculoskeletal system, as a holding device for the teeth, in the skin and in the walls of blood vessels.
Treatment with calcium fluoratum can therefore help to counteract specific symptoms such as varicose veins and hemorrhoids, loosening teeth and soft or splintering fingernails.

An application can also be helpful for stiffening and hardening in the musculoskeletal system.
Another area of ​​application is the skin. Calcium fluoratum can mainly be used for dry and flaky skin as well as hardened warts and nail fungus.
In general, the complaints caused by a calcium fluoratum deficiency worsen in winter. This is due to the increased stress on the elasticity of the musculoskeletal system from cold and dry heated air.
The effect of calcium fluoratum can be explained biochemically by attacking the calcium stores when this substance is deficient in the body. Good and rich calcium stores are bones, fingernails and teeth, which are then attacked by the body “out of necessity”. Even so, the many other tissues that would need calcium to function well do not get enough of it and remain weak.
In addition, a psychological effect can be achieved, since the active principle of the Schüssler salts includes, among other things, certain personality types that have a high consumption of certain salts.
Applied externally, Calcium fluoratum works quickly - when used internally, e.g. when ingested, it works slowly. When the therapy starts, the musculoskeletal system, especially joints, ligaments and tendons, can also start to pain. If there is no other cause for this, it can be attributed to the impact of the therapy. So an initial deterioration can occur.

In which diseases is calcium fluoratum used?

  • Connective tissue weakness
  • Varicose veins with sharp pain
  • Lumbar spine pain
  • Weak ligaments of the uterus with a sagging sensation
  • slack connective tissue in the pelvic area.
  • dry, cracked skin

For which symptoms / complaints can Calcium fluoratum be used?

  • Violent headache
  • Dry, hollow, painful, irritable cough
  • Constipation and diarrhea alternate
  • important rheumatic drug

Active organs

  • connective tissue
  • Tapes
  • Veins
  • Lymph glands
  • bone


A very frequently used dosage for internal and external use of Calcium fluoratum is the potency D12.
Taking the globules or applying the ointment is recommended regularly at the same time of day, i.e. in the morning and in the evening, or according to the organ clock of traditional Chinese medicine. Other potencies are administered less often.
For an exact dosage (as with all drugs, whether alternative or conventional medicine), advice should be given by trained specialists. Even with Schüßler salts, the recommended amount depends on the analysis of the human appearance.

Globules as a form of application of calcium fluoratum

Globules are mostly recommended for internal use. The onset of action then takes a little more time than with external application. Except for the very rare hypersensitivity reaction to the carrier substance, no side effects are known to the globules. They can therefore also be used in children.
The regular intake of globules should also be considered for people who have a high consumption of calcium fluoride due to their personal character structure. It is typical for these people not to be able to break away from old, entrenched (“hardened”) structures very well, to be inflexible and have problems isolating themselves from the outside world and external influences. People who find these things easy are very likely to have less need for calcium fluoratum.

Ointment or lotion as a form of application of calcium fluoratum

As an ointment, Calcium fluoratum can be used externally to counteract the lack of Calcium fluoratum directly on the affected area. The area of ​​application is particularly the painful musculoskeletal system. This includes tension and hardening, but also overstrained tendons and joints (ligament stretching, osteoarthritis).
Calcium fluoratum ointment can also help with skin problems such as dry, flaky and chapped skin such as in winter, hard warts, scars and excessive calluses.
On the other hand, the ointment can also be applied to loose or overused connective tissue, for example on stretch marks and stretch marks or on skin folds.
It is generally accepted that an ointment with calcium fluoratum makes hard and firm structures of the skin more supple and areas of tissue that are too loose become firmer again.