Mag Phos is indicated for relief of symptoms of nerve pains, like muscle cramps & headaches, accompanied by shooting, darting stabs of pain. Muscular twitching, cramps, muscle strains, hiccups, convulsive fits of coughing, and flatulence are all indications for Mag Phos. It also relieves menstrual pains and stomach aches. Symptoms are often worse from cold and touch and better with pressure, rubbing, warmth, and bending double.
ACTIVE INGREDIENT: Magnesia Phosphorica 6X HPUS. INACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Acacia Gum, Lactose N.F. “HPUS” indicates that the active ingredients are in the official Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States
GASTRIC DISTURBANCES: Includes a wide range of ailments characterized by painful or uncomfortable symptoms associated with the function of digestion. Mag Phos is indicated with a feeling of gas with flatulence and belching or intense pains and cramps of the stomach that are relieved with hot drinks. MUSCLE PAIN: Mag Phos is the tissue remedy to consider for relief of symptoms of cramping or shooting pains with an acute stabbing, burning sensation similar to those experienced with calf cramps and menstruation.
Adults & Children age 6+: 4 Tablets
Children (ages 2-6): 2 Tablets
Dissolve under tongue 3 times a day. Use more frequently (every 15 minutes up to 8 doses) with acute conditions.
WARNINGS: As with any drug, ask a doctor before use if pregnant or nursing. Consult a physician if symptoms persist for more than 7 days or worsen. Keep this and all medications out of the reach of children. In case of accidental overdose, contact a medical professional or poison control center immediately. Do not use if imprinted tamper band is broken or missing. In case of emergency, contact a medical professional or poison control center immediately. The manufacturer may also be contacted for emergency information about our products 24 hours a day, 7 days per week at (800) 624-9659.
*These statements are based upon traditional homeopathic practice. They have not been reviewed by the Food and Drug Administration.