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Key Uses:Acidity in the digestive systemConstipationDiarrheaExhaustion or chronic fatigue syndrome with swollen glands, lax muscles, and susceptibility to herniasSensitivity to, and fear of, violence
Origin : Chemically prepared.
Background : This compound is widely used in industry, especially in the making of bricks, paper, plastics, and paints. It is used medicinally as an antacid.
Preparation : Magnesium carbonate is triturated with lactose sugar.
Remedy Profile : Mag. carb. is best suited to long-suffering people who feel worn down and who crave quiet calm, being highly sensitive to noise or touch. They are peacemakers who cannot bear disharmony, although when pushed their temper may erupt, especially in the case of children.
A key symptom associated with Mag. carb. is acidity in the digestive system with sour- smelling stools and perspiration, and poor digestion of milk. The remedy may be used for diarrhea or constipation with abnormal, undigested, discolored, fatty stools. It may also be prescribed for exhaustion or chronic fatigue syndrome with swollen glands, lax muscles, and susceptibility to hernias.
Symptoms Better : For open air; for warm air; for movement; after passing stools.
Symptoms Worse : For cold; for changes in the weather; at night; for rest; during pregnancy; for warm foods.