Common Names: Mag phos; magnesium phosphate.
Magnesium Phosphoricum (Mag-p.) is a useful remedy for types of neuralgia (nerve pain), usually shooting or stabbing in nature, and cramps. Symptoms generally occur on the right side of the body, feel better for hard pressure or rubbing, and are worsened by cold air or bathing.
- Irritable and oversensitive.
Facial and Head Problems
- Right-sided nerve pain that worsens with cold air but improves with firm pressure or warmth.
- Nerve pain in teeth worsened by cold air, compresses or liquids.
- Colic or cramping which is relieved by firm pressure, warmth, rubbing or bending double.
- Dysmenorrhoea (painful periods) which is relieved by warmth and firm pressure.
- Cramps, especially of hands and fingers.
- Writer’s cramp.
- Sciatic pain which is relieved by heat and pressure.
- Colic or cramping pain that improves with rubbing or warmth.
Where do I find it?
While above self-limiting or acute complaints are suitable for home treatment, also contact your healthcare provider during emergency situations or if symptoms worsen or fail to improve. Chronic or persistent complaints, which may or may not be mentioned above, require a different treatment and dosage protocol so are best managed by a qualified homeopath for good results.
Dosage Instructions (suitable for babies to adults)
For acute and self-limiting complaints, take one pill or five drops of the remedy every 10 minutes to 2 hours (10 minutes for intense symptoms, 2 hours for milder ones). Once an improvement is noticed, stop dosing and repeat the remedy only if symptoms return. If there is no improvement at all by three doses, choose a different remedy or seek professional guidance. Chronic symptoms or complaints require a course of professional treatment to manage the changes in potencies and remedies that will be required.
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