Calcium Fluoride

The attenuations are prepared from Calcium fluoride, CaF2, MW: 78.1.

The main indications are:
Swelling of the bones. Dental caries. Fistulae of the bones. Glandular swellings, stony-hard and suggestive of carcinoma. Vascular naevus. Lumbago with aggravation on first movement. Meibomian cysts and styes, both indurated. Indurations are characteristic of Calcium Fluoratum.
The main action is equally on connective structures generally including elastic tissue, and on the periosteum. It also promotes the resorption of indurated exudates and is likewise effective in treating varices, haemorrhoids, exostoses, spots on the cornea and in mammary tumours. (In the last-mentioned the Mastitis Cystica nosode would be better or could be used concurrently.) Also in lumbago (affections of the spine), post-nasal catarrh and ozaena.

The German Monograph-Preparation Commission for the Homoeopathic Field of Therapy has, under the Preparation Monograph for Calcium fluoratum, published the following indication(s) in the German Bundesanzeiger (German Federal Gazette) for calcium fluoratum: inflammations of the upper respiratory passages and of the gastrointestinal tract; degenerative alterations of the supporting and connective tissues; thyroid disorders.

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