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    DR WILLMAR SCHWABE MAGNESIUM PHOSPHORICUM TABLET 200X

    (20 GM tablet in bottle)
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    DR WILLMAR SCHWABE MAGNESIUM PHOSPHORICUM TABLET 200X
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    MAGNESIUM PHOSPHORICUM BIOCHEMIC TABLET
    Magnesium Phosphoricum is an excellent Anti Spasmodic. It contains the mineral magnesium which is rewired by the body for a number of reactions. This magnesium is quickly absorbed by the body for use.
     
    This remedy is used curatively for following conditions:
     
    Head
     
    Headache worse after mental pressure
    Headache from cold
    Migraines
    Vertigo on moving, falls forward on closing eyes, better walking in open air. 
    Sensation as if contents were liquid, as if parts of brain were changing places, as of a cap on head.
     
    Ears
     
    Severe neuralgic pain; worse behind right ear
    Ear complaints after exposure to cold and washing face with cold water
     
    Mouth
     
    Good for toothache which is better by heat and hot fluids
    Good for teething in children
    Swelling of tongue
     
    Abdomen
     
    Pain with lot of flatulence or gas relieved by rubbing, warmth, pressure
    Pain is better by bending double on stomach 
    Stomach complaints accompanied by belching and burps
     
    Female
     
    Good for menstrual cramps and colic where menses are early dark and clotted.
    Useful for muscle spasms and cramps in the legs and fingers.
     
    Dose- As prescribed by physician. Can be taken along with other allopathic medicines.
     
    Side effects-None
     
    Precautions
     
    Maintain half an hour gap between food/drink/any other medicines and homeopathic medicine.
    Avoid any strong smell in the mouth while taking medicine e.g. camphor, garlic, onion, coffee, hing.
     
    Similar drugs- Kali Phos, Silica and Zinc
     
     
    Use under medical supervision.

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    Content on this page was last updated on 27 May, 2017, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)