Calcium phosphoricum: The salt of hardness and strength
Calcium phosphoricum is a universally present mineral in our body. It is present everywhere where hardness and strength are needed. Whether in the enamel of the teeth or the hard framework of the bones, the hardness comes from the stored calcium phosphate. In the food industry, it is often used as an acidity regulator or as a firming and separating agent. Cake mixtures that should not clump together are kept spreadable in this way.
Facts about Calcium phosphoricum
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Calcium phosphate: chemical background
Calcium phosphate never occurs in pure form in nature. It is always a mixture of minerals such as apatite whitlockite, which contain other cations and anions. The most important calcium phosphate source is apatite in crystalline form. Chemically, calcium phosphate is a white, odorless solid that is insoluble in water. In industry, calcium phosphate is used for the production of fertilizers, phosphoric acid, acidity regulator, solidifying agent or separating agent. It is one of the most important industrial minerals and is mined in large quantities.
General and healing effects of Calcium phosphoricum
Calcium phosphate is strengthening. It is deposited in structures and hardens them. It makes tendons strong, bones and teeth hard. Thus, the loads can be endured without breaking.
Calcium phosphate regulates the pH value. It is used to buffer acids and thus raise the pH value. Metabolic processes can proceed as usual and harmful radicals are bound.
Calcium phosphate regulates clotting. Calcium plays an important role in the body's clotting cascade and helps to stop bleeding more quickly. It keeps blood loss to a minimum and the body does not have to spend a lot of time and effort reproducing cells.
Properties of Calcium phosphoricum
- nerve stabilizing
Calcium phosphoricum: effect for body and mind
Calcium phosphate is the body's stability provider. The mineral is mainly found in bones, vision and teeth, where it ensures hardening of the structure. In addition, it is also used by the body to buffer the pH and trap free radicals. The consequence of this can also be a demineralization of the bones, which is then referred to as osteoporosis. In addition, calcium phosphate plays an important role in the coagulation of the blood and the course of the allergic reaction. Here it inhibits the release of histamine, the tissue hormone that mediates the allergy in the tissue and is responsible, for example, for the swelling around a puncture site. Phosphate residues additionally stabilize the potential of nerves, give strength here and sustainably calm the nerves.
Storage locations of Calcium phosphoricum
- All cells
Symptoms of calcium phosphate deficiency
- Growing pains
- Tension of the musculature
- Coagulation disorders
- Dental diseases
Fields of application in naturopathy
Calcium phosphoricum plays an important role in the metabolism of the body. This results in some major areas of application in which the No.2 of the Schuessler salts can be used.
Calcium phosphoricum for coagulation disorders
Calcium ions play an important role in clotting. They help the wound to close more quickly and the blood to clot better. This minimizes possible blood loss and allows the wound to heal more quickly.
Calcium phosphate for sleep disorders and stress
The phosphate residue of the compound has a strong relation to the nervous system. It serves as an energy provider and stabilizes the nervous potential. Especially with stress and resulting sleep disorders, this plays an important role. Nervous overstimulation robs sleep, leads to even more stress due to lack of rest and thus sets in motion a fatal spiral, which can be interrupted and mitigated with Calcium phosphoricum.
Calcium phosphoricum for muscle tension
Many muscle tensions occur due to massive stress. In this case, the nervous system is stimulated, which leads to the muscle receiving a continuous stimulus to tense. With Calcium phosphoricum the nervous potential is reduced and with it the tension of the muscles. This lets loose again and relaxation can return.
Calcium phosphoricum for strong bones & teeth
Bones and teeth contain a lot of calcium phosphate, as it contributes to the strength of the enamel and bones. If there is a deficiency of the substance, osteoporosis can occur. In this case, the bones lose their rigidity and their density decreases. Fractures are the result. Calcium phosphoricum restores stability and hardens the bone again.
Calcium phosphate for period complaints
Period pains are often caused by cramps, which have their origin in the overstimulated nervous system. Calcium phosphoricum calms the nerves and thus reduces their effect on the muscle. The cramps thus become milder and pass again.
Notes on the use of calcium phosphate
Calcium phosphoricum should be taken over a long period of time when it comes to supporting bones and teeth. This can be a local treatment with an ointment as well as an oral intake of tablets. The tablets can be taken in one dose in the morning. In case of allergies, a more frequent oral intake should be taken throughout the day.
Calcium phosphoricum during pregnancy & lactation
Calcium phosphoricum can be used without hesitation during pregnancy and breastfeeding. The child also needs this substance for its bone metabolism.
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