Ferrum phosphoricum (Ferrum phos or Iron phosphate)
Although present in every part of the body, Ferrum phos in particular, is an important component of hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is present in red blood cells of the human being. It carries oxygenated blood. With its inherent ability, it draws oxygen from the inhaled air.
As has been noted, this is the ‘First aid’ salt of twelve cell salts. In general, this biochemic remedy has the pale, anemic and fair constitution.
Ferrum phos is usually prescribed in an initial stage of congestion, inflammation, and fever. Definitely, the blood and cell corpuscles are its sphere of action. In particular, the conditions alternating between pale and flushing are the keynotes for prescribing.
Below is the list of indications of biochemic tissue salt Ferrum phos:
- Anemia especially due to malnourishment
- Congestive headaches
- Febrile disturbance
- Chlorosis especially due to malnourishment
- Deficiency in iron absorption
- Nose bleeding
- Urinary incontinence
- Migraine headache
- Facial flushing
- Feeling of cold
- Irritable bladder
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Shoulder pain
- Muscle pain
- Joint pain
Ferrum phos surely works better if administered in the initial stage of the disease. In general, it aids in iron absorption. Additionally, it provides strength to inner layers of blood vessels.
The deficiency of Ferrum phos causes fevers and various kinds of inflammation. It causes throbbing and congestive disease also.
In particular, flushing, Fever, the fullness of pulse, hot, dry skin, thirst, pain, and redness are few guiding symptoms of this biochemic cell salt.
Not to mention, this is a most excellent remedy in suppurations to which it is closely related. Provided that, it eliminates effete matter from the systems.
Aggravation: The disorders where symptoms are aggravated due to getting wet, because of washing or due to working in a water.