SBL Phosphorus 30 CH (30ml) : For Burning pains, sensitivity, vertigo, vomiting, piles, Bleedingt
Also known as
3.5 cm by 3.5 cm by 9.5 cm
Red amorphous phosphorus after trituration in a saturated solution of absolute alcohol.
Common Name: Phosphorus is the element.
Causes & Symptoms for Phosphorus
- When working in bright light or experiencing violent palpitations, complaints of electric changes in the atmosphere or phosphorus are present.
- Everywhere there are burning pains that are sensitive to cold and are a defining feature of this remedy.
- A craving for something cold, such as ice cream or cold water that is thrown up once it warms up in the stomach, denotes phosphorus.
- When joints are weak and relaxed after sprains, tearing, boring pains—especially at night with necrosis—and necrosis are present, phosphorus has proven to be very helpful.
- All external impressions, including slight odors, sounds, and touches, are extremely sensitive to the Phosphorus patient.
- Fistulous openings, abscesses, and glandular swellings
Body and Mind
Both extremes of mental activity and extreme mental passivity can accompany memory loss.
Body and mind irritability, as well as severe mental and physical prostration following minimal mental and physical effort.
This Phosphorus relieves fear-induced body trembling and brain fog brought on by mental exhaustion.
Phosphorus is the cause of vertigo when it occurs outside, after eating, or in the evening.
Things are spinning around in your head, and you feel heavy and confused. Your head is very weak.
The effects of heat, motion, and cold on headaches vary, with heat aggravating symptoms while cold alleviates them.
nose, ear, and eyes
Phosphorus is indicated by burning, redness, congestion, and swelling of the eye’s blood vessels.
The eyelids twitch and swell; the eyelids swell dropsically; the eyes are very dark; there are large circles around the eyes.
hearing is difficult, understanding human voice articulations is difficult.
Phosphorus soothes throbbing, burning, itching, and violent itchiness in the ears as well as external ear congestion.
Constant sneezing, painful nasal dryness, and bloody water running from the nose are all symptoms.
Phosphorus is used to treat nasal polyps, frequent bloody nose blowing, nasal swelling, redness, and extreme touch sensitivity.
Throat and Mouth
Phosphorus is helpful for puffy eyes, a bloated face, and a swollen, oedematous face that gets worse when you talk or eat.
The discomfort of the teeth can be jerking or tearing, and warmth can frequently make them go away.
Phosphorus relieves parotid gland inflammation, particularly when it suppurates or has fistulous openings, as well as parched, dry, and bleeding lips.
throat and mouth dryness, tonsil inflammation, and roughness, rawness, excoriation, bleeding, and discomfort.
The larynx and all air passages are extremely dry, suffocating, and dyspneic symptoms include hoarseness and voice loss.
belly and stomach
Violent hunger and a rapid return of the hunger are both present in phosphorus.
Violent thirst—a desire for ice-cold beverages—accompanies acute and chronic complaints.
When you start vomiting as soon as your stomach’s water warms up, you likely have phosphorus.
Eating while experiencing constant nausea helps to ease the complaints.
abdominal tearing, pressing, burning, and pressing pains; discomfort following a meal
In cases of liver enlargement, discomfort, hardness, and fatty liver degeneration, phosphorus is helpful.
abdominal feeling of emptiness
Phosphorus relieves abdominal pain that is rending, tearing, and cutting as well as flatulence and colic.
Rectum and Stool
Phosphorus relieves rectus protrusion and piles protrusion, which cause burning during bowel movements.
During bowel movements, one may experience stabbing pains that travel up the spine from the coccyx.
Fissures in the anus, burning in the rectum, and painful cramping after stool are all signs of phosphorus.
Hemorrhoids that are protruding or burning.
Involuntary urination while sleeping coupled with frequent, thin, or completely suppressed urine is a sign of phosphorus.
It is effective for renal calculi and causes twitching and burning in the urethra as well as sugar in the urine.
issues that men have
Testes and the cord may swell, hurt, or become inflamed.
Phosphorus is helpful for painful day and night erections that happen frequently.
Phosphorus is the cause of severe pain during menstruation that radiates down the inside of the thighs.
Phosphorus is used to check for uterine hemorrhages that are frequent and profuse and have bright red, clotted blood.
female mammary glands with painful, large, hard nodules.
A backache is present and the menstrual cycle is too early, bright red, and lengthy.
Phosphorus is indicated by bleeding warts and labia that are swollen.
Jerking and twitching of the muscles; ulcers on the lower limbs; icy-cold feet; weakness; trembling; faintness
Legs that are underweight and veins that are swollen are signs of phosphorus.
Burning, tearing, and tibial periosteum inflammation are all symptoms of exposure to the cold in the limbs.
Phosphorus relieves trembling, numbness, and insensibility in both extremities, including the fingertip.
hip and knee joints that have recently become acutely inflamed.
The lower limbs exhibit extreme restlessness, fatigue, and weakness, which is most noticeable when walking.
False granulations that bleed, bleeding from ulcerations, and black and blue spots.
Dry, scaly, burning eruptions on the body are accompanied by erratic brown spots.
Phosphorus is indicated by psoriasis on the elbows, knees, legs, and brows.
Rash appears very drab or vanishes before beginning to suppurate in various locations.
the skull has exostoses and is in pain.
Muscle jerking, twitching, and spasming.
complaints improve with heat and warm applications while getting worse with cold and cold applications,
Other than stomach and head complaints, which are relieved by cold
Breathing problems, post-meal chest fullness, and severe laryngeal irritation.
Every cold settles in the chest, causing a sensation of heat to rise to the head.
Side effects of Phosphorus
Although there are no such side effects, it is still important to take each medication according to the instructions.
Even if you are taking other forms of medication, such as those obtained through allopathy, ayurveda, etc., it is safe to take the medication.
The effectiveness of other medications is never hampered by homeopathic remedies.
Dosage and rules while taking Phosphorus
Three times per day, mix five drops in a half cup of water.
The globules can also be used as medicine; take them as directed by your doctor, usually three times per day.
We advise you to use medical advice when taking.
Precautions while taking Phosphorus
If you take medication, make sure to wait 15 minutes between eating and taking it.
Consult a homeopathic doctor prior to use if you are pregnant or nursing.
While taking medication, refrain from consuming alcohol or tobacco.
Terms and Conditions
Homeopathic medicines have a variety of uses and are prescribed based on symptom similarity; it is assumed that you have sought medical advice before purchasing this medication and are not self-medicating.
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|30 CH / 30CH