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Gypsum Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

General Name
Glycemic Index / Load
Botanical Name
Calcium Sulfate Dihydrate
Hindi Name
Chinese Name
Shi Gao
Homeopathic Name
Calcarea Sulphurica   -   Mother Tincture

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Gypsum Cures

Highly Effective


Action of Gypsum

Most Effective


Nutrients in Gypsum


Taste of

Nature of


Parts Used

Powdered Form Of Mineral

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Gypsum

Avoid use if you have Weak Stomach, Weak Pulse, Spleen Deficiency.

Drug Interaction :
If you are taking Gypsum then do not take Antidiabetic medications.
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Gypsum is a mineral.
It is composed of Calcium, Sulfur and other elements.
It is grounded into a powder and used as a decoction.
It should be calcined and pulverized first, if using externally.
Best use to clear excess heat from Lungs and Stomach.

In TCM :
Duan Shi Gao : Calcined Gypsum
Meridians associated : Lung and Stomach
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Materia Medica for Gypsum

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Take following herbs in mentioned quantity :

20 gram Anemarrhena
40 gram Earthworm
50 gram Woad
40 gram Honeysuckle
40 gram Scrophularia Ningpoensis
100 gram Gypsum

Make a decoction with them. Drink 10 ml of it twice a day.
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Ashim ( India )
18 May 2020
My mother 89 years is suffering loss of muscle power in both legs, preventing use of legs for walking. What homeopathic medicine will help her to at least stand on her legs?
Irene C Johnson ( United States )
06 Aug 2020
Does Gypsum, Calcium Sulfate, counter extreme sodium/salt hyper-sensitivity in humans? If yes, where is a safe place to purchase it?
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