Kali Phos 6c Owen Homeopathic Remedy

$14.90

Kali phoshate is a tissue salt that was traditionally used as a nerve tonic. It may help provide support during times of stress, study and over work.

Always read the label.  Homoeopathic principles should be applied when using this remedy. If symptoms persist consult your health care professional promptly.

Kalium Phosphoricum – Potassium phosphate

Remedy picture as described in traditional homoeopathic texts

Kali phos is a tissue salt whose use was developed by Dr Schuessler in the 1800s. Kali phos has a nourishing and tonic effect on the brain and nervous tissues, giving support when there is mental weakness or depression from excitement, stress, overwork or worry. It can also be used with other indicated remedies, chosen according to how the individual in question experiences and expresses their symptoms.

Those who would benefit from Kali phos include ‘fly-in fly-out’ or shift workers, those with demanding work schedules, and those living with a high degree of work stress or family dramas. It is beneficial for jet lag, and during convalescence after a long or taxing illness. A classic example of someone who would benefit from Kali phos is a fatigued student who is experiencing headaches and exhaustion.

Mental/Emotional symptoms

Weakened nervous system and mental fatigue. Despondent and lethargic where the smallest task seems too hard. Tired, weak and hypersensitive, starts with fright easily. Feelings of dread, especially after a long illness or emotional turmoil. Fearful of night-time, crowds, sickness, death and falling. Impaired memory. Irritability with unstable moods. Hysteria in children accompanied with over-tiredness, flying into a tantrum, hardly able to speak. Night terrors.

Physical symptoms

Eyes: Weakened vision especially related to mental exhaustion and drooping of eyelids from lack of muscle tone due to weakness of nerves in the area.

Ears: Humming and buzzing in the ears, hearing very sensitive, averse to noise.

Mouth: Offensive breath. Mouth excessively dry, feeling as if the tongue will stick to the roof of the mouth. Spongy, receding gums, bleeding easily. Speech slow, tongue weakening.

Head: Mental strain from over-work or study. Headache from study, stress and strain of the nervous system. A great tonic for students, and intellectual types. Suits carers and nursing mothers who are greatly tired from interrupted sleep and fractious babies. Dizziness due to exhaustion. Headache relieved by gentle motion. Headache with a weary, empty feeling in the stomach, or headache with hunger. Weak vision.

Stomach: Gnawing hunger pains that improve after eating. Excessive hunger even after eating. Nausea that feels better for belching. Nervous ‘all gone’ feeling in the stomach. Nervous sensations felt in the stomach eg. butterflies in the stomach etc. before stressful events.

Lungs: Nervous asthma, worse for food. Cough with yellow expectoration.

Skin: Putrid discharges from skin or mucous membranes, with sadness or exhaustion. Skin symptoms aggravated when stressed or nervous.

Female: Menstruation too late or scanty in pale, weepy women who are irritable and sensitive. Delayed menses with depression. Headache before and during menses.

Kidneys: Incontinence and bedwetting in excitable children or elderly.

Limbs: Lameness and weakness, loss of power, worse for exertion. Trembling or fidgeting of hands from nervousness.

Sleep: Sleep disturbances with insomnia, sleepwalking or nightmares. Insomnia from excitement, mental strain or overwork.

Food: Craves ice-cold water, vinegar and sweets. Dislikes bread and meat. Sometimes there is no appetite, desiring only sweets.

Keywords: Exhausted, irritable, sensitive, depressed

Exciting causes: Excitement, worry, fatigue, overwork, puberty

Modalities

Better:        Heat; sleep; nourishment; gentle motion; leaning on something

Worse:       Worry; excitement; mental and physical exertion; cold; sex

Desires:      Cold drinks; sour foods and drink; sweets; vinegar

Aversions:   Bread; meat

 

 

Homoeopathy is an effective and scientific system of healing that gently and safely restores health and vitality to the mind and body by encouraging the natural tendency of the body to heal itself. This makes it an empowering tool for parents in the nurturing and health care of their children.
Homoeopathy recognises that all symptoms of ill health are expressions of disharmony and that it is the patient who needs treatment - not the disease.
Homoeopathic medicine is understood to act by stimulating a healing response in the body by way of its similarity to the existing complaint. 
Homoeopathy follows definite scientific laws of preparation, prescription and cure.

  Taking of Homoeopathic Remedies

  • The remedies are absorbed in the mouth, so are best held in the mouth for several minutes before swallowing. In the case of pilules, allow them to dissolve under the tongue.
  • Unless the dose is very frequent, half an hour before meals, or between meals, is the best time to take your dose. However, 10 minutes before or after a meal or taking a drink, is acceptable.
  • Do not use peppermint toothpaste, or drink strong peppermint tea, or ordinary coffee as these may antidote your remedies.
  • Do not smoke, brush your teeth or gargle, or drink alcohol, within half an hour of taking remedies.
  • Do not touch the remedies with your hands. Liquids may be administered on a teaspoon, diluted with water. Likewise, when administering pilules to infants or small children, a teaspoon is helpful. Pilules can be rolled into the lid of the vial, and then dropped under the tongue.
  • If any pilules are dropped, they should be discarded and not returned to the bottle.
  • Store your remedies away from direct light and heat, and away from all strong smelling substances, particularly camphor, as the potency of the medicine will be weakened.
  • When using Homoeopathic remedies, do not use products such as "Vicks" or "Deep Heat", as these will antidote the remedy. There are very effective Homoeopathic creams which you can use instead when needed.
  • When taking more than one medicine, separate the doses by at least 10 minutes, preferably longer.
  • Store your medicines away from electrical appliances such as fridge, TV, microwave, clock radio and stereo.
When Giving Pilules is Difficult    
Remedies can be crushed into a fine powder between two clean spoons and a small amount dabbed on the tongue. Quantity is not important, as long as you get a little in there! Alternatively drop the remedy (no need to crush it) in a glass of (preferably) filtered or bottled water. Tap water is fine if it's all you have. Stir to disperse the energy through the water and either give the patient a sip or a teaspoon full. This glass of water can continue to be used for further doses and has the added benefit of saving on pilules. This is also a good way to give remedies in labour. Some women cannot bear the taste of the sugary pills, but will want to sip water anyway. You can give a combination of Rescue Remedy and Arnica throughout labour in this way. For pets, put the remedy in their drinking water.