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Calcarea Fluorica

Treating rheumatic, gynaecological and dermatological disorders with Calcarea Fluorica

Calcarea Fluorica, better known as calcium fluoride, is an inorganic compound that is included in the composition of various body parts. It is notably part of the connective tissue present in the tooth enamel, skin, arteries and veins. It is also present in the joints, periosteum and eye’s lens. Its deficiency results in disorders that prevent these various parts from functioning properly. Typical patients usually suffer from sprains, tooth decay and other problems pertaining to their tooth enamel. On a psychological level, these persons can be quite anxious. In homoeopathy, Calcarea Fluorica is used to treat and prevent all disorders caused by a calcium fluoride deficiency.

Indications in rheumatology

Calcarea Fluorica is recommended to treat rheumatological ailments such as osteoporosis. This disease affects a large proportion of women in their fifties. It results in a decrease in bone mass, which contributes to a weakening of the skeleton and an increased risk of fracture. Osteoporosis can be treated by providing the patient with an additional supply of calcium fluoride to the reduce various risks linked to this pathology.

Any patient suffering from a sprain, ranging from a simple strain to a more or less severe ligament tear, may also be relieved with Calcarea Fluorica. However, if the sprain appears frequently, it is advisable to consult a homoeopathic doctor who will prescribe the most adequate treatment to prevent arthrosis.

Indications in gynaecology and endocrinology

The homoeopathic remedy Calcarea Fluorica can also be used by pregnant women who have a pregnancy mask. In general, it is a more or less important fleeting brown pigmentation that appears on the skin of pregnant women and that is caused by the combined action of certain hormones and a prolonged exposure to the sun. In addition, Calcarea Fluorica also plays a role in the treatment of fibromata. In addition, Calcarea Fluorica is also useful for dealing with some complications that may occur after childbirth, especially in case of episiotomy. Combined to physical rehabilitation of the perineum, Calcarea Fluorica will help resolve the problem of urinary incontinence that inconveniences new mothers.

Indications in dermatology

Calcarea Fluorica is recommended in the treatment of several skin disorders: varicose ulcers, cracks in the skin, calluses, and scars that appear after a surgical procedure and that can lead to keloid formation. In addition, homoeopathic doctors recommend resorting to Calcarea Fluorica to prevent and eliminate stretch marks and to resolve coloration problems stemming from rosacea.

Heavy legs

Calcarea Fluorica is also recommended for the treatment of certain venous system disorders. Therefore, patients with varicose veins and suffering from a sensations of heavy legs will be relieved by taking Calcarea Fluorica, in combination with other homoeopathic strains and an adequate treatment based on the disease’s evolution.

Dosage in case of rheumatologic disorders

For the treatment of osteoporosis in menopausal women, homoeopaths prescribe Calcarea Fluorica 5 CH. The patient will need to take 2 granules of Calcarea Fluorica 5 CH three times a day. The length of treatment will be determined by the homoeopath. Then, for individuals who suffer from a sprained ankle, the adequate homeopathic treatment will include taking 3 granules of Calcarea Fluorica 7 CH three times a day. In case of recurrent sprains, Calcarea Fluorica 9 CH is recommended. The dosage is 3 granules, to be taken 3 times a day. The remedy will be taken during 15 days per month and will last for several months. The homoeopath will decide when it is appropriate to discontinue the treatment.

Dosage in case of gynaecological and endocrine disorders

To reduce the effects of a pregnancy mask, the recommended dilutions of Calcarea Fluorica are 5 CH or 7 CH. Slim women should take 5 granules of Calcarea Fluorica 5 CH or 7 CH several times a day.

Urinary incontinence after childbirth can also be treated with Calcarea Fluorica 7 CH. The patient will take 5 granules of this remedy once a day. However, in addition to the treatment, it is necessary to resort to a rehabilitation of the perineum. The effectiveness of kinesiotherapy applied in this case can then be increased by taking other homoeopathic remedies such as Sepia, Causticum and Calcarea fuorica, all three in dilutions of 4 CH. The recommended dosage is 3 granules of each remedy, to be taken 3 times a day.

Dosage in case of dermatological disorders

To prevent stretch marks, it is advisable to take Calcarea Fluorica 4CH in combination with Graphites 4 CH and Silicea 4 CH, by taking 3 capsules of each remedy twice a day. To treat rosacea, it is necessary to alternate between Calcarea Fluorica 5 CH and Hamamelis 5 CH every morning. Then, at bedtime, it is rather recommended to alternate between Pulsatilla 5 CH and Lachesis 7 CH.

Dosage in case of phlebological diseases

In case of heavy legs, the ideal homoeopathic remedy is Calcarea Fluorica 4 CH. Its action will be enhanced when used in combination with other homoeopathic remedies.

Treatments and pathologies linked to “Calcarea fluorica”

Associated treatments

  • Angustura Vera
  • Baryta Carbonica
  • Bromum
  • Calcarea Carbonica Ostrearum
  • Calcarea Phosphorica
  • Causticum
  • Fluoricum Acidum
  • Hamamelis Virginiana
  • Iodum
  • Lachesis Mutus
  • Natrum Sulfuricum
  • Phytolacca Decandra
  • Pulsatilla
  • Silicea
  • Sulfur
  • Soufre Iodatum
  • Thuja Occidentalis
  • Tuberculinum Residuum

Associated diseases

  • Childbirth
  • Reflex sympathetic dystrophy
  • Arthrosis
  • Eczema
  • Sprain
  • Fibroma
  • Lumbago
  • Osgood-Schlatter disease
  • Dupuytren’s Disease
  • Scheuermann’s Disease
  • Mastosis
  • Varicose veins

Good to know: Calcarea Fluorica is a homeopathic remedy that has many therapeutic properties. It is used to overcome calluses, to relieve sprains, tooth decay and many other disorders. In regard to children, calcium fluoride can be used to treat growth disorders and stimulate teeth growth.

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