This section is from the book "The Twelve Tissue Remedies Of Schussler", by William Boericke, Willis A. Dewey. Also available from Amazon: The Twelve Tissue Remedies of Schüssler.
Diphtheria when the affection has gone to the windpipe. Relaxed throat with tickling in the larynx when caused by elongation of the uvula. Uvula relaxed, causing irritation, tickling and cough. Hawking of mucus in the morning. Burning in throat better by warm drinks. Great dryness of throat.
Vomiting of undigested food. Hiccough from hawking of mucus, weakening and recurring during the day. Flatulence.
Confined bowels, inability to expel faeces. Fissure of the anus, and intensely sore crack near the lower end of the bowel. Bleeding hemorrhoids. Itching of anus as from pinworms. Internal or blind piles, frequently with pain in the back, generally far down on the sacrum, and constipation. Piles with pressure of blood to the head. Pain in right hypochondrium, worse lying on painful side. Much wind in lower bowels.
Copious urine, frequent urging. Urine scanty and high colored, and emits a pungent odor.
Constant dribbling of seminal and prostatic fluid with dwindling of the testes. Displacements of the uterus. Dragging pain in the region of the uterus and thighs, down-bearing of the uterus.
To tone up the contractile power of the uterus in cases of flooding. Excessive catamenia with bearing-down pain. Hydrocele, dropsy of the testicles, indurations of the testicles. Syphilis. Hunterian chancre, for the induration.
After-pains if due to weak, feeble contractions. Hard knots in the breast. Given during pregnancy, it favors easy confinement.
Tickling in larynx. Dryness and hoarseness. Cough hacking from tickling in larynx, as from a foreign body. The chief remedy in trite croup. In asthma when specks or small lumps of yellowish mucus are brought up after much exertion; cough with expectoration of tiny lumps of yellow, tough mucus; with tickling sensation and irritation on lying down, from elongation of the uvula or drop at the back of the throat. Suppressed respiration, epiglottis feels closed or as if breathing through a thick substance.
Aneurism at an early stage may be reduced or kept in check by this remedy and Ferr. phos., provided that the iodide of potash had not been taken. Dilatation, enlargement of the blood vessels; being the chief remedy to restore the contractility of the elastic fibres. Dilatation of the heart with palpitation. Chief remedy for vascular tumors with dilated blood vessels. Varicose ulcerations of the veins; also the chief remedy for varicose or enlarged veins. Enlargement, hypertrophy of the heart.
Indurated cervical glands of stony hardness. Small goitres. Backache simulating spinal irritation, with weak, dragging, down-bearing pain. Tired feeling and pain in the lower part of the back (sacrum), with a sensation of fulness or burning pain, and confined bowels. Chronic cases of lumbago; aggravation on beginning to move and amelioration by continued motion.
Ganglia or encysted tumors at the back of the wrist. Gouty enlargements of the joints of the fingers, spina ventosa. Lumbago from strains. Inflammation of knee-joint, chronic synovitis. Cracking in the joints. Phalanges easily dislocated. Suppuration of bones. Osseous tumor on spine of scapula. Swelling of elbow-joint, crepitation, showing want of synovial fluid. Exotoses on fingers. Osseous growths on bones of lower extremities. Spavin of horses.
Weakness and fatigue all day, especially in the morning.
Vivid dreams, with sense of impending danger; of new scenes, places, etc.
Attacks of fever, lasting a week or more, with thirst; dry, brown tongue.
Chaps and cracks of the skin. Fissures or cracks in the palms of the hands or hard skin. Fissure of the anus. Suppuration with callous, hard edges. Whitlow, gathered finger. Occasional erysipelas. Indolent, fistulous ulcers, secreting thick, yellow pus. Varicose ulcers of long standing have been cured by the remedy.
Eczema due to venous hyperemia; worse in damp weather, better at night. Squamous eczema, with thickening and cracking of skin. Eczema of anus consequent to hemorrhoids.
Solidified infiltrations; thus indurated glands of stony hardness. Osseous growths, especially in tarsal and carpal articulation. Knots and kernels and tumors in the female breast. Bruises on surface of bone, with hard, rough and uneven lumps, as on shin. Dropsy caused by heart disease. Anaemia. Ganglion, cystic tumors, from a strain of the elastic fibres. Elastic fibres relaxed. Swellings or indurated enlargements, having their seat in the fasciae and capsular ligaments of joints or in the tendons. Spina ventosa. Indolent ulcers. Ulceration of bone or enamel, bone injected. Whitlow or felons. Exudation from surface of bones, which quickly harden and assume a nodular or jagged form. Suppuration of bones.
Worse in damp weather, but relieved by fomentations and rubbing.
Calc. flnor. has been proved by J. B, Bell, and the proving is reported in full in Allen's Encyclopedia, vol. x, page 398. The most complete data are to be found in the Guiding Symptoms, vol. iii. The drug had been very little used, if at all, homoeopathically, until Schussler brought it into prominence.
The higher potencies of this drug give the best results, especially in affections of the bones. It can also be used externally in such diseases as fissura am, bony growths, hemorrhoids, varicose veins and whitlow. It is applied by dissolving about twenty grains of the desired potency in half a glass of water and applying it on cotton, lint or other media. Schussler recommended the 12th decimal trituration.
Calcarea fluorica should be studied in its symptoms of the mind and larynx in connection with its relative Calc. card.; in its sleep symptoms with Fluoric acid. It corresponds to many symptoms of Phosphor., Mercur., Rata, Aurum, Silicea, etc. Often useful after Rhus in lumbago, having the same modalities; after Silicea in suppurations; after Bryonia and Calcarea in arthritis; after Sticta and Ferrum phos. in synovitis; after Natrum mur. in cold sores. Compare: in swelling of skull of infants, Silicea; in suppuration of bones, Calc. phosph., Assafoet., Silicea; in spavin of horses, Phosph. acid and Silicea. In anaemia it is useful after Calcar. phosph.
For indurations: Calc. fluor., Baryta iod., Calcar. iod., Hecla lava, Asterias, Conium, Phytolacca, Carbo anim., Mercur. prot. iod., Silicea. For Ozaena: Cadmium, Calc. phos., Nitric acid, Kali bich., Aurum, Hcpar, Antimoit. suiph. aur., Aurum mnr. natron., Arsenic, iod., Natrum card., Syphilin.