Calcarea phosphorica (also known as calcium phosphate) is a mineral homeopathic medicine, it is a mineral salt that plays extensive role in the mineralization of teeth and bones.



Used mostly for disorders associated with nutritional deficiency, psychological conditions, and abnormality in a child’s growth and development.


Preparations of Calcarea phosphorica typically are in the form of gel, ointment, dental paste, capsule, or powder. Chewable tablets are also available, especially for children. These are made to treat many developmental conditions in children, such as delay in talking and walking, late development of teeth, malformation of bones, progressive widening or delay in the closure of the fontanels, and anemic conditions. Other childhood conditions that may benefit from it include growing pains, indigestion, headaches, grief, and inflammation of the spine, known as rachitis.

This treatment is also sometimes used for individuals who recover from acute illnesses slowly, and in those with severe thinness or emaciation as a result of malnutrition or underlying disease. Psychological problems, such as discontent, irritability, fear and anger, may also benefit with this treatment. It’s also sometimes used to provide temporary relief of psychological tensions, such as stress, nervousness, anxiety and mild depression. Other health conditions for which this homeopathic preparation is used include insomnia, indigestion, carpal tunnel syndrome, diarrhea, allergies, and hypocalcemia or calcium deficiency.

This remedy is thought by some practitioners to be beneficial in healing bone fractures and bone misalignments, as it can provide balance and reformation of deformed bone structures. Tablet preparations of this compound are usually recommended as a supplement to treat osteoarthritis, backache, and prevent osteoporosis or brittleness of bones, which is very common in the elderly and in post-menopausal women. It may also be helpful during and after pregnancy to relieve tiredness and facilitate nutrient absorption.


  • Constipation or stomach upset may occur. If any of these effects persist or worsen, tell your doctor or pharmacist promptly.

    If your doctor has directed you to use this medication, remember that he or she has judged that the benefit to you is greater than the risk of side effects. Many people using this medication do not have serious side effects.


  • We currently have no information for Calcarea Phosphorica Interactions.

Other names

Calcium phosphate


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