Magnesia Carbonica and lactose intolerance

June 10, 2015

Magnesia Carbonica and lactose intolerance

In Homeopathy, Magnesia carbonica or magnesium carbonate is predominantly used for the treatment of all types of nerve pain such as toothache, facial neuralgia, right ocular globe pain and painful dismenhorrea.

Magnesia carbonica can also be used to treat gastric hyper-acidity and infant diarrhoea due to lactose intolerance.

Magnesia carbonica is useful in infants who have muscular laxity, a tendency to develop hernias and lactose intolerance.

The Magnesia carbonica child or adult (it particularly affects women) has weak muscles, hypersensitivity to noise, touch and the cold.

She is drowsy during the day and has difficulty in falling asleep at night.

The most notable characteristic is a sharp, stabbing, shooting pain that runs along the nerve networks.

Magnesia carbonica individuals have acidic-smelling perspiration. They have extreme sensitivity to noise and touch.

They do not tolerate milk, which causes vomiting and diarrhoea. They also have an intolerance of vegetables, especially artichokes.

If the Magnesia carbonica individual is female, she has a propensity towards developing pharyngitis before or after her menstrual cycle.

The symptoms are worse at night, with rest, before and after menstruating. The pain is relieved with movement or by leaning forwards.

Magnesia carbonica indications

Hyper-acidity or flatulence that occur after eating dairy products.

Diarrhoea in infants with milk intolerance, green and foamy diarrhoea (with a similar appearance to frog spawn)

In left-hand-side facial nerve pain, toothaches and cervical-brachial nerve pain that worsen at night and with rest.

For Barre-Lieou syndrome with cervical and occipital pains that radiate to the top of the head and cause vertigo.

For rhinitis or pharyngitis that appears shortly before menstruation.

To treat the symptoms of spasmophilia in slim children or individuals that have a tendency towards gastric hyperacidity.

Blepharitis in conjunction with dry-eye syndrome.