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Magnesia phosphorica

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Magnesium phosphoricum

Etymology

Phos-Phoros, carrier of light.

Family

Traditional name

Hydric Magnesia Phosphate;
Phosphate of Magnesia;
Magnesium Phosphat

Used parts

trituration

Classification

Mg HPO4
Minerals, inorganic, Column 2

Keywords

Magnesium
phosphorus
mag-like

Original proving

Mag-phos. is one of the most important of Sch├╝ssler's original additions to the materia medica. It has had a very fine proving in the potencies, conducted by H. C. Allen (med. Adv., xxxiii. 386-415),

Description of the substance

A white crystalline powder, slightly soluble in water, inslouble in alcohol; freely soluble in dilute acids. Prepared by dissolving two parts of magnesuim sulphate in thirty - two parts of water and mixing with a solution of three parts of sodium phospate in thirty - two parts of water and setting aside to crystallize.