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  • Hyland's Hyland's #2 Calc Phos
  • Hyland's Hyland's #2 Calc Phos

Hyland's #2 Calc Phos

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Gentle homeopathic support and relief from gum and tooth sensitivity.†

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The cell salt Calc. Phos. (Calcarea Phosphorica) offers gentle healing support as well as symptomatic relief of gum or tooth sensitivity. Designed to help the body access and utilize the essential mineral compound Calcium phosphate. Tablets are flavorless and dissolve immediately without water for no upset stomach.

One of the 12 Mineral Homeopathic Cell Salts

When the body lacks important minerals, you can be vulnerable to common health concerns. Cell salts satisfy mineral imbalances in the body and may stimulate the body’s natural healing process. By replenishing the bodies minerals, it is better prepared to treat illnesses and enjoy better overall wellness.

Calc. Phos., the cell salt associated with nutrition, boosts the body’s ability to access other essential minerals that it needs to restore tone to what has been weakened by growth, injury, illness or everyday wear and tear.

Available in 6X potency; 500 Tablets per bottle.


Temporarily relieves symptoms of gum or tooth sensitivity. 

Active Ingredients:

  • Calcarea Phosphorica 6X/30X HPUS: gum & tooth sensitivity

"HPUS" indicates that the active ingredients are in the official Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States

Inactive ingredients:

Acacia Gum, Lactose N.F.

†Claims based on traditional homeopathic practice, not accepted medical evidence. Not FDA evaluated.

gum / relief / tooth sensitivity
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