Homeopathic Medicine :: Phosphoric Acid – Acidum Phosphoricum

Indicated in conditions of great debility following severe acute sickness, loss of fluids, grief, excesses, etc. Best adapted to those of mild, yielding disposition, inclined to be listless and indifferent; ill effects of masturbation; brain fag; spinal anaemia; palpitation of the heart; caries of spinal vertebrae; typhoid fever; seminal emissions.

Hair become gray early and falls out.

Teeth become yellow; gums are spongy and bleed easily.

Bone-pains at night, as though scraped.

Quiet delirium with stupor; stupor from which he can be aroused; be collects his thoughts with difficulty, answers, and then relapses into stupor.

Weakness and imperfect control of the legs, so he stumbles easily.

Painless, watery, gray or yellow, non-exhausting diarrhoea, preceded by rumbling; worse after eating.

Urine like milk or as though mixed with jelly; decomposes rapidly.

Copious flow of clear, watery urine, precipitating at once in a cloud of white sediment.

Lascivious dreams with emissions.

Insufficiency of erection; relaxation of penis during sexual intercourse.

Worse from exertion; from sexual intercourse.

Better from keeping quiet.

(First Lessons in the Symptomatology of Leading Homoeopathic Remedies by H. R. Arndt, M. D. Philadephia. Boericke and Tafel.)