(Hepar sulphuris calcareum)
This is commonly known as calcium sulphide. Once an antidote for mercury poisoning, calcium sulphide is now used by Homoeopathic physicians to treat patients with conditions that are infected, often producing pus. These disorders are usually accompanied by mental and physical hypersensitivity and an intolerance of pain and cold.
Sulphur and ground oyster shell and are mixed together and then heated in an airtight container. The resulting powder is dissolved then combined with lactose in a diluting process.
This Homoeopathic Remedy May Aid...
abscesses that are swollen and painful but have not yet opened
inflamed cuts and wounds that may be taking a long time to heal
fits of coughing with chest pain
Available over the counter in various potencies, in both liquid and tablet form.
Professional advice is required for
each particular ailment and for dosages.