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- proper n. A taxonomic class within the phylum Porifera — the calcareous sponges.
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Calcarea phos is another cell salt remedy that is particularly useful when there is general weakness, bone weakness, calcium deficiency, coldness, and a general sense of nutritional deficiency.
Calcarea carbonic 6th to 30th is used when the individual is weak both physically and mentally, tires easily, and has a tendency to sweat upon the slightest exertion; such individuals may tend toward plumpness, with poor muscle tone, and have an extreme aversion to cold, the open air, or damp environments.
Other homeopathic remedies to consider are Calcarea sulphurica 6X when there is general toxicity.
The European varieties of the milkwort, except the chamæbuxus, are all minute, -- and, their ordinary epithets being at least inoffensive, I give them for reference till we find prettier ones; altering only the Calcarea, because we could not have a 'Chalk Juliet,' and two varieties of the
Its present name, 'Calcarea,' is meant, in botanic Latin, to express its growth on limestone or chalk mountains.