·Chest : Painful sensation, as if something were lodged in the chest and had to be coughed up; lungs feel compressed.
·Chest : Worse coughing; water brash succeeds cough.
·Respiratory : Dry cough following diarrhoea.
·It is indicated in incipient phthisis, with hard, racking cough, bloody expectoration, arterial haemorrhage, but no febrile disturbance.
·Chest : Cough dry, hard, followed by haemoptysis; worse in morning and at night.
·Respiratory : Hoarse, hissing respiration; difficult breathing; cough when inhaling.
·Respiratory : Hoarse, dry, croupy cough; loud, labored breathing.
·Respiratory : Child grasps at throat every time he coughs.
·Respiratory : Cough, dry, short, hacking; worse at night and after midnight.
·Respiratory : Tingling in chest after cough.
·Chest : Laryngitis; coughs depending on hepatic disorders; hot feeling in chest; pain around heart in haemorrhoidal subjects.
·Nose : Spasmodic sneezing after coughing; sensitiveness; watery non-inflammatory discharge.
·Respiratory Organs : Violent attacks of coughing that can be suppressed by effort of will, worse eating, pain in head while cough lasts.
·Respiratory Organs : Spasmodic cough at night after falling asleep, with expectoration of little balls of mucus.
·Respiratory Organs : Cough ends in a sneeze.
·Bron-chorrhoca and catarrh of bladder cough with profuse expectoration attended with expulsion of urine. Tincture 1-10 gtt.
·Respiratory : Dry, hacking cough.
·Nose : Fluent coryza with headache, cough, and hoarseness.
·Respiratory : Hacking cough on inspiring cold air.
·Cough and expectoration diminishes, temperature becomes normal, weight is gained, and sleep becomes regular.
·Respiratory : Cough in the morning after leaving bedroom, with mucous expectoration, which is tenacious and difficult to raise.
·Respiratory : Winter coughs, with itching.
·Throat : Cough.
·Respiratory : Cough soon after waking in the morning.
·Respiratory : Cough on talking or singing, in the morning.
·Respiratory : Condiments produce cough.
·Respiratory : Spasmodic cough with purulent viscid expectoration.
·Adapted to hysterical subjects, or those suffering from spinal irritation, with convulsive cough, eructation, etc.
·Respiratory : Nervous, spasmodic cough, with hoarseness and eructation, on waking in morning; worse in presence of people.
·Respiratory : Tickling in throat, larynx and trachea, chest oppressed, gets out of breath when coughing.
·Respiratory : Hollow, spasmodic, barking cough, coming from deep in chest.
·Some forms of whooping-cough. ·Nose : Wheezy cough.
AMMONIUM BROMATUM·Throat : Tickling in throat, with inclination to dry, spasmodic cough, especially at night.
·Respiratory : Sudden, short cough, strangling.
·Respiratory : Wakes at 3 am with cough.
·Respiratory : Feels suffocated; continuous cough, when lying down at night; sharp pain in lungs.
·Respiratory : Whooping Cough.-Dry, spasmodic cough on lying down.
·Respiratory : Cough every morning about three o’clock, with dyspnoea, palpitation, burning in chest; worse ascending.
·Respiratory : Accumulation of mucus with incessant coughing.
·Dose : Compare: Ammonium tartaricum (Dry hacking cough after every cold).
·Coughs associated with catarrhs and affections of liver.·Many groups of symptoms are accompanied by cough, profuse glairy secretions.
·Respiratory : Dry, hacking, scraping cough; worse lying on back or right side.
·Respiratory : Cough loose in afternoon, with profuse expectoration and rattling of mucus.
·Respiratory : Cough with profuse salivation.
·Respiratory : Deep rough cough with greenish expectoration.
·By hacking cough after every cold.
·Pains through tonsils, throat dark, difficult swallowing, vomiting, cough with sore chest.
·Chest : Great oppression and fullness of chest; spasmodic, suffocative cough.
·Respiratory : Cough excited by talking, in children, after fit of temper.
·Respiratory : Cough after eating with vomiting of food and pain in occiput.
·Stomach : Belching, with cough (Ambra).
·Frequent cough with this pain.
·Respiratory : Cough, with pus-like phlegm.
·Respiration : Cough, tickling; worse in warm room.
·Found useful in emphysema with excessive dyspnoea and cough, much mucous secretion.
·Respiratory : Cough worse coming into warm room, with burning sensation in chest, itching of chest, oppression.
·Pneumonia and bronchitis; loss of strength and appetite, yellowish skin, sweaty, dull and drowsy. In sub-acute and chronic colds in chest which have extended downwards from head and have fastened themselves upon the bronchial tubes in the form of hard croupy cough with a decided wheeze and inability to raise the sputum, especially in the aged and weak patients (Bacmeister).
·Respiratory Organs : Coughing and gaping consecutively.
·Respiratory Organs : Cough excited by eating, with pain in chest and larynx.
·Respiratory Organs : Dizziness, with cough.
·Respiratory Organs : Cough and dyspnoea better lying on right side–(opposite Badiaga).
·Respiratory : Suffocation; short, dry cough, suprasternal.
·Respiratory : Tickling, dry cough. Intense constriction over sternum, with drawing feeling through to back on lying down.
·Respiratory : Short, dry cough.
·This is a remedy for asthmatic conditions, with cough aggravated on lying down.
·Respiratory : Dry cough coming on after first sleep, about middle of night. ·Respiratory : Asthma on lying down at night with spasmodic cough; worse after first sleep, with tickling in throat.
·Modalities : Worse about 11 pm (cough).
·Throat : Raw, hawking, gray, jelly-like mucus, and throat sore on coughing.·
Respiratory : Raw, sore feeling when coughing.
·Respiratory : Cough from laughing.
·Modalities : Better in open air; cough at night when lying down (opposite Hyoscy).
·Respiratory : High notes cause cough.
·Respiratory : Suffocative cough, as if from a hair in throat.
·Nose : Bleeding after every fit of coughing, dark fluid blood.
·Respiratory : Coughs depending on cardiac lesion, paroxysmal, at night, during sleep, worse exercise.
·Respiratory : Cough produced by weeping and lamenting.
·Respiratory : Violent spasmodic cough, with facial herpes.
·Respiratory : Whooping cough, child cries before coughing.
·Abdomen : Pain as from a wound in abdomen on coughing.
·Respiratory : Cough worse after midnight; worse lying on back.
·Respiratory : Cough dry, as from sulphur fumes; after drinking.
·This remedy is also to be remembered in phthisis with hoarse, racking cough and profuse expectoration of a purulent nature, and attended with cardiac weakness, emaciation and general debility; in chronic, watery diarrhoea in phthisical subjects; in cases of emaciation with good appetite; in amenorrhoea, with anaemic palpitation and dyspnoea.
·Respiratory : Slight hacking cough, with dry and stopped-up nostrils.
·Respiratory : Cough dry, with little difficult expectoration.
·Throat : Croupy, hoarse cough with sore throat.
·Respiratory : Dyspnoea; cough; bluish expectoration.
·Respiratory : Nervous, hacking cough.
·Respiratory : Dry cough; throat constricted; causes pain in head and abdomen.
·Acts on the apices of the lungs; has proved an excellent remedy in influenzal bronchitis symptoms similar to tuberculosis; relieves the debility, diminishes the cough, improves the appetite and braces up the whole organism; acute broncho-pulmonary diseases of children, itching of the palms and ears, cough acute inflammatory, irritating, incessant and tickling; loss of strength and appetite.
·Bacillinum is especially indicated for lungs of old people, with chronic catarrhal condition and enfeebled pulmonary circulation, attacks of suffocation at night with difficult cough.
Coryza, sneezing, watery discharge, with asthmatic breathing and suffocative cough.
·Respiratory : Cough; worse in afternoon, better in warm room. ·Respiratory : Whooping-cough, with thick yellow expectoration; flies out.
·Chest : Very loose cough. ·Chest : Hectic fever and night-sweats, with irritating, short cough and scanty expectoration.
·Stomach : Waterbrash, hiccough, and eructation, which relieves pressure as of a stone.
·Respiratory : Dry, suffocative cough, especially in old people, full of mucus but lacking strength to expectorate, worse every change of weather (Senega).
·Respiratory : Cough with pain in left hip.·Respiratory : Barking cough, whooping cough, with pain in stomach before attack, with expectoration of blood.
·Respiratory : Stitches in chest when coughing.
·Respiratory : Larynx very painful; feels as if a foreign body were in it, with cough.
·Respiratory : Asthmatic cough; worse at night; lying on right side.
·Cough with dyspnoea in bronchitis and phthisis. Acts best in stout and corpulent patients. Much pus-like mucus.·Dose : Lowest potencies during an attack. After the spasm, for the remaining cough, use the higher. Stop with improvement to prevent return of aggravation.
·Respiratory : Hacking and violent cough; expectoration, moldy taste and smell.
·Respiratory : Stitches in chest, with inspiration and cough.
·Respiratory : Cough with moldy taste-breath smells moldy.
·Nonhomeopathic Uses : When the diplococcus of Weichselbaum is present in the sputum of pharyngitis or bronchitis, pneumonia with tenacious sputum, hacking cough and pain, five-grain doses six times daily. A solution of Boracic Acid, as an injection, in chronic, cystitis, or, a teaspoonful to a glass of hot milk, taken internally. Boro-Glyceride in solution (1:40) is a powerful antiseptic. Styes, 15 gr to 1 oz water externally. As a dusting powder on ulcerated surfaces. In cystitis as an irrigating fluid.
·Respiratory : Whooping cough (Use persistently for about ten days).
·Respiratory : Dry cough, with hoarseness and burning pain behind sternum.
·Respiratory : Spasmodic cough, with rattling of mucus in the larynx; suffocative.
·Respiratory : Every inspiration provokes cough.
·The Bryonia patient is irritable; has vertigo from raising the head, pressive headache; dry, parched lips, mouth; excessive thirst, bitter taste, sensitive epigastrium, and feeling of a stone in the stomach; stools large, dry, hard; dry cough; rheumatic pains and swellings; dropsical effusions into synovial and serous membranes.
·Stomach : Soreness in stomach when coughing.
·Abdomen : Burning pain, stitches; worse, pressure, coughing, breathing.
·Respiratory : Dry, hacking cough from irritation in upper trachea.
·Respiratory : Cough, dry, at night; must sit up; worse after eating or drinking, with vomiting, with stitches in chest, and expectoration of rust-colored sputa.
·Respiratory : Cough, with feeling as if chest would fly to pieces; presses his head on sternum; must support chest.
·Respiratory : Tough mucus in trachea, loosened only with much hawking. Coming into warm room excites cough (Nat carb).
·Respiratory : Cough worse by going into warm room.·Fever : Chill with external coldness, dry cough, stitches.
·Chest : Haemoptysis, with convulsive, spasmodic cough.
·Respiratory : Cough loose, with expectoration of large pieces like casts of bronchial tubes.
·It covers the tickling cough, fleeting chest pains, nausea, acidity and dislike of fat.
·Respiratory : Tickling cough troublesome at night, dry and free expectoration in morning; cough when playing piano, or by eating.
·Respiratory : Persistent, irritating cough from arsenical wall paper (Clarke).
·Respiratory Organs : Spasmodic cough.
·Phthisis, diarrhoea and cough; acute pains in chest.
·Respiratory : Chronic cough;
·Respiratory : Suffocative cough; better lying down.
·Respiratory : Coughs with coldness, weakness, emaciation, sensitiveness and peevishness, worse from cold air.
·Respiratory : Cough, with purulent and sanious sputa and hectic fever.·Fever : With cough and burning in soles.
·Respiratory : Cough, with green expectoration, hoarseness; with distention of inguinal ring.
·Female : Menses suppressed, with cough.
Violent, dry, hacking cough.
·Respiratory : Cough, with green viscid, also bloody, expectoration.
·Chest : Intense dyspnoea; palpitation; frequent, dry cough.
·Chest : Short, hacking cough, blood-streaked tenacious mucus.
·Respiratory : Dry, hacking cough, expelling an offensive breath from lungs.
·Respiratory : Explosive cough.
·Respiratory : Pain in distant parts on coughing-bladder, legs, ears, etc.
·Extremities : Sciatica, worse bending backward; worse, coughing.
CARBO ANIMALIS·Respiratory :
Cough, with discharge of greenish pus.
·Nose : Coryza with cough, especially in moist, warm weather.
·Respiratory : Cough with itching in larynx; spasmodic with gagging and vomiting of mucus.
·Respiratory : Whooping cough, especially in beginning.
·Respiratory : Occasional spells of long coughing attacks.
·Respiratory : Cough, with burning in chest; worse in evening, in open air, after eating and talking.
·Respiratory : Spasmodic cough, bluish face, offensive expectoration, neglected pneumonia.
·A useful remedy in whooping-cough, especially in the early stage, with dry, ringing, violent, spasmodic cough.
·Urine : Involuntary when coughing, sneezing (Puls).
·Respiratory : Cough, with raw soreness of chest.
·Respiratory : Cough with pain in hip, especially left worse in evening; better, drinking cold water; worse, warmth of bed.
·Spasmodic reflex vomiting and spasmodic cough are within the sphere of this remedy.
·Whooping cough, with vomiting and haemorrhage.
·Respiratory : Irritable, dry, tickling cough; suffocative tightness of chest, with bitter expectoration in daytime.
·Respiratory : Short, exhausting cough; sensation of dust not relieved by cough.
·Respiratory : Whooping-cough; spasmodic cough; loose, rattling; expectoration difficult.
·Respiratory : Pain in right side of chest and shoulder, with embarrassed respiration. Small lumps of mucus fly from mouth when coughing.
·Respiratory : Suffocative catarrh; rattling in chest; violent, hacking cough after every meal.
·Much perspiration all over face and chest; drowsy and dizzy; dry lips and throat; dry tickling cough at night.
·Respiratory : Dry, short cough, worse speaking and at night.
·Respiratory : Cough when secretion is scanty-spasmodic, dry with muscular soreness and nervous irritation.
·Respiratory : Gagging cough in the morning.
·Respiratory : Whooping-cough.
·Respiratory : Cough ends in a spasm.
·Respiratory : Cough so violent as to bring tears and sternal pains; feels as if something had been torn off.
·Respiratory : Swallows after coughing.
·Respiratory : Gurgling from throat to stomach after coughing.
·Respiratory : Child is afraid to speak or move for fear of bringing on paroxysm of coughing.
·Respiratory : After coughing, moaning, anxious, gasps for air and turns pale.
·Respiratory : Choking constriction in upper part of oesophagus, oppressing breathing and inducing cough.
·The clinical application of the symptoms of this remedy, place it among the medicines for spasmodic and whooping coughs, and catarrhal conditions of the bladder; spasmodic pains in kidneys, with visceral tenesmus. ·Respiratory : Sensation of a crumb behind larynx, must swallow continually; brushing teeth causes cough.
·Respiratory : Suffocative cough; worse, first waking, with tough, white mucus, which strangles.
·Respiratory : Spasmodic morning cough.
·Respiratory : Whooping cough attacks end with vomiting of this tough mucus.
·Respiratory : Dry, hacking, laryngeal cough, also post-influenzal cough, dry or loose, worse lying down.
Short and irritating cough; worse, at night.
·Respiratory : Night cough of phthisis.
·Respiratory : Short, dry cough of measles in nervous, delicate children.
·Respiratory : Cough from excessive use of voice; “minister’s sore throat”; sharp pain in larynx.
·Respiratory : Harassing, dry cough.
·Chest : Cough with pain under left breast, going through to left scapula.
·Respiratory : Dry cough, almost continuous, hacking; worse, evening and at night; caused by dry spot in larynx with itching in chest and throat, when lying down, talking or laughing, and during pregnancy.
·Respiratory : Expectoration only after long coughing.
·Respiratory : Cough, with profuse, gray, purulent expectoration.
·It is to be thought of for whooping and spasmodic coughs, especially when the attack comes on with a very rapid cough, and the attacks follow so closely as to almost run into each other.
·Respiratory : Dry, spasmodic, suffocative cough; very rapid cough, short, barking.
·Respiratory : Cough with great sensitiveness of air-passages; feel cold on deep inspiration.
·Respiratory : Continuous hysterical cough.
·Respiratory : Feels suffocated and greatly exhausted after whooping-cough.
CRATAEGUS OXYACANTHA :·
Heart : Cough.
·Respiratory : Wheezy cough, with frothy expectoration, containing threads like fine twine; worse, lying down.
·Respiratory : Cough, with bloody expectoration.
·Chest : Asthma, with cough; cannot expand the chest.
·Chest : Cough; as soon as he touches the pillow must get up.
·Hay-fever, with burning excoriation, paroxysmal cough; tough, tenacious mucus, and fear of suffocation.
·Respiratory : Violent spasmodic cough.
·Respiratory : Cough as a gurgling sound, better by drinking cold water.
·Respiratory : Whooping-cough, better, swallow water, with vomiting and spasms and purple face.
CUPRUM OXYDATUM NIGRUM
Incessant smasmodic cough; worse at night; tongue and lips bluish.
·Respiratory : Short dry cough; provokes vomiting, followed by fainting.
·Cough at night while asleep without waking, especially in children (Cham; Nitr ac)
·Respiratory : Cough, with raw, sore feeling in chest.
·Affects markedly the respiratory organs and was pointed out by Hahnemann as the principal remedy for whooping-cough.
·Phthisis pulmonum; vomiting of food from coughing with gastric irritation and profuse expectoration.
·Respiratory Organs : Spasmodic, dry irritative cough, like whooping-cough, the paroxysms following each other very rapidly; can scarcely breathe; chokes.
·Respiratory Organs : Cough very deep and hoarse; worse, after midnight; yellow expectoration, with bleeding from nose and mouth; retching.
·Respiratory Organs : Harassing and titillating cough in children-not at all through the day, but commences as soon as the head touches the pillow at night.
·Respiratory : Dry cough with oppressed breathing.
·Respiratory : Cough worse cold, wet weather, with free expectoration, tickling in larynx.
·Respiratory : Cough, hoarse, spasmodic.
·Respiratory : Whooping-cough, with excessive secretion of mucus.
·Respiratory : Winter coughs, dry, teasing.
·Respiratory : Loose, rattling cough; worse wet weather.
·Respiratory : Must cough a long time to expel phlegm.·Respiratory : Cough after physical exertion.
·Chest : Cough, with terrible pain through lungs.
·Cough after influenza. ·Whooping cough.
·Respiratory : Cough, with sense of constriction.
·Respiratory : Irritative cough.·Respiratory : Whooping-cough in rachitic children.
·Menstrual cough and prostration.
·Respiratory : Hoarseness and cough, with soreness in chest; must support it.
·Respiratory : Chronic loose cough, chest sore; worse at night.
·Respiratory : Cough relieved by getting on hands and knees.
·Respiratory : Cough; first, a hacking, as from inhalation of sulphur; later on, paroxysmal, like whooping-cough, in regular paroxysms, ending in diarrhoea and vomiting, with sleepiness between each paroxysm.
·Respiratory : Spasmodic, dry cough, day and night, with asthma. ·Respiratory : Violent, fluent coryza, with burning and cough.
·Respiratory : Constant cough, with stitches from pit of stomach to sides of chest.
·Respiratory : Croup, dry, hollow, cough.
·Nose : Profuse, fluent coryza, with violent cough and abundant expectoration.
·Respiratory : Profuse, fluent coryza in morning, with much cough and expectoration.
·Respiratory : Whooping-cough only in day-time, with profuse lachrymation.
·Epistaxis; espe cially adapted to thin; pale, weak children who grow rapidly and are easily exhausted; varices of the feat; copious expectoration of ; greenish pus, asthma; worse, sitting still and lying, phthisis, constant , cough, vomiting of food after eating haemoptysis.
·Respiratory : Cough dry, spasmodic.·Respiratory : With the cough pain in occiput.
·Urinary : Urine spurts with every cough.
·Respiratory : Short, painful tickling cough.
·Respiratory : Hard, dry cough, with sore chest.
·Respiratory : Cough better at night.
·Respiratory : Difficult breathing; cough with vomiting of blood; pulse very weak.
·Respiratory : Whooping-cough.
·Respiratory : Hoarseness, with dry, sore throat; cough worse at night, with aching in forehead and constrictive pain in chest; pleuritic pains.
·Frequent breathing; with flapping of alae nasi; rush of blood to chest; pain in lungs and cough; dry heat in palms.
·Respiratory : Dry cough, with sore chest and fluent coryza.
·Cough with laryngeal and tracheal irritation.
Hacking cough with sense of weakness.
Hoarseness, coryza, cough, sweats and morning sickness during menstruation.
·Respiratory : Pain in middle of chest, with cough, scraping and soreness.
·Respiratory : Dry, tight cough.·Respiratory : Fetid breath after coughing.
GUAREA TRICHILOIDES·Respiratory : Cough with sweat, pain and tightness of chest; larynx irritated.
·Throat : Tickling, with dry cough.
·Respiratory : Haemoptysis; tickling cough.
·Abdomen : Stitching in region of liver when walking, coughing, breathing, or touching it (Bry; Merc).
·Respiratory : Loses voice and coughs when exposed to dry, cold wind. Hoarseness, with loss of voice.·
Respiratory : Cough troublesome when walking.
·Respiratory : Dry, hoarse cough.
·Respiratory : Cough excited whenever any part of the body gets cold or uncovered, or from eating anything cold.
·Respiratory : Croup with loose, rattling cough; worse in morning.
·Respiratory : Choking cough.
·Respiratory : Rattling, croaking cough; suffocative attacks; has to rise up and bend head backwards.
·Respiratory : Cough, with dyspepsia.
·Respiratory : Dry, harsh cough.
·Respiratory : Dry, spasmodic, suffocative cough.·Respiratory : Whooping-cough.
·Dry cough in phthisis.
·Chest : Dry, spasmodic cough at night (worse lying down; better sitting up), from itching in the throat, as if uvula were too long.
·Heart : Cough causes redness of face.
·Excellent in winter coughs of old people.·Respiratory : Coryza; dry, teasing cough.
·Rectum : Stitches in haemorrhoids during cough.
·Respiratory : Dry, spasmodic cough in quick successive shocks.
·Respiratory : Reflex coughs.
·Respiratory : Coughing increases the desire to cough.
·Respiratory : Hollow spasmodic cough, worse in the evening, little expectoration,leaving pain in trachea.
·Respiratory : Dry cough; worse at night and lying down; larynx painful.
·Respiratory : Chronic bronchitis; cough, with much thick expectoration, with languor and weak digestion.·Respiratory : Teasing cough with much and free expectoration.
·Respiratory : Raw and tickling feeling provoking a dry cough.
·Respiratory : Laryngitis, with painful roughness; worse during cough.
·Respiratory : Child grasps throat when coughing.
·Respiratory : Dry, morning cough, from tickling in larynx.
·Respiratory : Croupy cough, with difficult respiration; wheezy.
·Respiratory : Iod cough is worse indoors, in warm, wet weather, and when lying on back.
·Chest : Cough and wheezing on going to bed.
·Respiratory : Continued sneezing; coryza; wheezing cough.
·Respiratory : Cough incessant and violent, with every breath.
·Respiratory : Chest seems full of phlegm, but does not yield to coughing.
·Respiratory : Suffocative cough; child becomes stiff, and blue in the face.
·Respiratory : Whooping-cough, with nosebleed, and from mouth.
·Respiratory : Bleeding from lungs, with nausea; feeling of constriction; rattling cough.
·Respiratory : Hoarse cough, worse talking; posterior nares feel raw, inflamed, profuse, thick, yellowish discharge.
·Respiratory : Much inclination to cough and difficult breathing.
·Respiratory : Cough with scanty, loaded urine.
·Head : Irritable, sensitive to external impressions; hot, full and heavy head; lachrymation, with coryza, profuse, fluent, with constant sneezing; loss of smell and taste; coryza with cough.
·Respiratory : Dry cough from sternal region all over chest.
·Respiratory : Paroxysmal cough, with suffocative obstruction of respiration.
·Respiratory : Cough with sneezing.
·Respiratory : Severe dyspnoea with cough.·Respiratory : Whooping-cough.
·Respiratory : Metallic, hacking cough.
·Respiratory : Catarrhal laryngitis cough has a brassy sound.
·Respiratory : Cough, with pain in sternum, extending to shoulders; worse when undressing.
·Respiratory : Pain at bifurcation of trachea on coughing; from mid-sternum to back.
·Respiratory : Reflex cough during pregnancy.·Respiratory : Dry, fatiguing, hacking cough at night.
·Rectum : Pain in haemorrhoids when coughing.·Urine : Involuntary urination when coughing, sneezing, etc.·
Respiratory : Dry, hard cough about 3 am, with stitching pains and dryness of pharynx.
·Respiratory : Cough with relaxed uvula.
·Respiratory : Cough prevents sleep; respiration weak; cannot take deep breath.
·Tea-taster’s cough due to inhaling the fungus; a also brings about often favorable reaction in many chronic ailments even when not clearly symptomatically indicated.
·Respiratory : Violent cough; worse in morning.
·Respiratory Organs : Asthma, with gastric derangements; mucus white and hard to cough up.
·Respiratory Organs : Loud, noisy stomach cough; cough short, acute, and spasmodic, like whooping-cough; expectoration thick and white.·
Respiratory Organs : Rattling sounds of air passing through thick, tenacious mucus in the bronchi; difficult to cough up.
·Respiratory : Dry, morning cough, with pain in chest and bloody expectoration.
·Respiratory : Bronchitis, with sharp, short, dry, hacking cough.
·Respiratory : Short, hacking cough.
·Respiratory : Cough; yellow expectoration.
·Respiratory : Post-grippal cough, especially in children.
·Respiratory : Cough; worse in evening and in hot atmosphere.
Cough; worse evening, with efforts to vomit, with pain in chest.·Respiratory : Cough after influenza (Eriodyction).
·Respiratory : Winter coughs of old people, with heavy pressure on sternum.
·Respiratory : After every cough, copious, purulent expectoration.
·Throat : Sore throat and cough with menstruation.
·Throat : Tickling sensation causes constant cough.
·Stool : Pain darting up the rectum every time be sneezes or coughs.
·Stool : Stitches in them on sneezing or coughing.
·Respiratory : Cough; dry, suffocative fits, tickling.
·Respiratory : Sensation as of a plug (Anac) which moves up and down, with a short cough.
·Chest : Constant tickling cough.·Chest : Incessant, spasmodic cough, as if chest would fly to pieces.
·Spasmodic tickling cough, especially in cardiac patients, is often magically influenced by this drug.
·Respiratory : Cough, with valvular disease.·Respiratory : Tickling, dry cough.
·Respiratory : Cough, with copious, jelly-like, or bloody expectoration.
·Respiratory : Cough, with bloody expectoration.
·Respiratory : Tickling in larynx; spasmodic cough.
·Respiratory : Whooping-cough; spasmodic, double inspiration with sobbing.
·Persistent, dry, hard, bronchial cough-asthma and chronic bronchitis.
·Respiratory : Violent cough when lying down.
·Dry hacking cough.
·Respiratory : Cramp, ringing cough, short breath, catching at throat.
·Dry hacking cough.
·Respiratory : Expulsive cough, deep and harsh.
·Respiratory : Chest oppressed; dry, hacking cough coming on at night and keeping one awake.
·Head : Throbbing headache after every paroxysm of coughing.
·Respiratory : Tickling cough.
·Respiratory : Cough worse going down hill.
·Respiratory : Cough deep, hollow.
·Respiratory : Night cough, tickling as from Sulphur fumes.
·Respiratory : Cough, with haemoptysis, bleeding small but frequent.
·Respiratory : Ticking cough, with salty, bloody expectoration.
·Respiration : Spasmodic dry cough; worse forepart of night, with burning and sore chest.
·Respiratory : Dry, tickling cough.
·Respiratory : Spasmodic cough, with difficulty in lying down.
·Respiratory : Whooping-cough (Corall).
·Respiratory : Cough; worse evening, and better lying down and worse in damp weather.
·Modalities : Better, lying down (cough)
A stimulant to mucous membranes; especially laryngeal and bronchial, chronic bronchitis, dyspnoea, and hepatic disorders; colds and cough.
·Difficult dry, deep, winter cough-Use Tincture.
·Respiratory : Incessant, dry, night cough.
·Respiratory : Cough; better lying on stomach.
·Respiratory : Tickling in throat with cough.
·Respiration : Dry cough, worse from air into larynx, tobacco smoke, fog, talking; with irritation in suprasternal fossa (Rumex).
·Respiratory : Short, dry cough, worse smoking.
·A great medicine for whooping-cough. In order to insure its full success, it should be given in the lower dilutions from 1x to 3x.·Suffocative feeling, asthmatic paroxysms, spasmodic cough; cough so violent, seems as if each spell would terminate life.
·Respiratory : Spasmodic and whooping-cough.
·Respiratory : Asthma, as if inhaling sulphur; cough from talking; hollow, deep, with rawness, hoarseness, and pains through chest.
·Respiratory : Violent spasmodic cough; worse at night.
·Respiratory : Cough, with bloody expectoration.
MERCURIUS IODATUS RUBER
·Throat : Cough form elongated uvula, with sore throat, Laryngeal troubles with aphonia.
·Respiratory : Cough, with yellow muco-purulent expectoration.
·Respiratory : Whooping-cough with nosebleed (Arnica)·Respiratory : Cough worse, tobacco smoke.
Respiratory : Cough; worse; eating, irritation lower than can be reached, on taking a warm drink.
·Respiratory : Cough, with bloody expectoration, in suppressed menses or haemorrhoids.
·Respiratory : Faint and struggling for breath diaphragmatic paralysis; hiccough; dyspnoea, paroxysmal, on first falling asleep (Lach; Grindel).
·Respiratory : Dry, hard, teasing, exhausting cough, worse at night.
·Respiratory : Strangling cough, with viscid mucus sputum; thin, scanty, but sounds loose and abundant.
Cough ceases, mucus cannot be expectorated.
·Also tor teasing cough at night or lying down.
·Respiratory : Cough with profuse muco-purulent expectoration, gagging and vomiting during cough; worse while or after eating.
·Respiratory : Pain in left lung (lower); painful while coughing and sensitive to percussion.
·Chronic bronchitis, cough of phthisis, emphysema, with gastric catarrhal complications and thick, yellow, difficult sputum.
·Chest : Dry, hollow cough, with tickling in chest.
·Respiratory : Irritating, dry cough, dependent on cardiac lesions (Spong; Lauroc)
·Whooping-cough.·Respiratory : Whooping-cough, long and continued paroxysms of coughing, unable to get a respiration.
·A remedy for cough and bronchitis.·Continuous cough, Coryza; frontal headache.·Convulsive stage of whooping-cough.
NATRUM ARSENICOSUM·Respiratory : Racking cough, with profuse greenish expectoration.
·Respiratory : Dry cough, when coming into warm room from out of doors.
·Respiratory : Cough with coldness of left side of breast.
·Mouth : Cough with aphonia.
·Eyes : Tears stream down face on coughing (Euph).
·Abdomen : Pain in abdominal ring on coughing.·
Urine : Increased, involuntary when walking, coughing, etc.
·Respiratory : Cough from a tickling in the pit of stomach, accompanied by stitches in liver and spurting of urine (Caust; Squilla).
·Respiratory : Cough, with bursting pain in head.
·Respiratory : Whooping-cough with flow of tears with cough.
·Head : Bursting feeling on coughing.
·Head : Bursting feeling on coughing.
·Respiratory : Must hold chest when coughing.
·Respiratory : Cough, with thick ropy, greenish expectoration; chest feels all gone.
·Respiratory : Springs up in bed the cough hurts so; holds painful side (Bry).
NICCOLUM METALLICUM·Respiratory :
Dry, hacking cough, with stitches in chest.·Respiratory : Must put arms on thighs, when coughing.
·Respiratory : Aphonia, with dry hacking cough, from tickling in larynx and pit of stomach.
·Respiratory : Cough during sleep (Cham).
·Respiratory : Cough when getting warm in bed.
·Respiratory : Cough, with sensation as if something were torn loose in chest.
·Respiratory : Tight, dry hacking cough; at times with bloody expectoration.
·Respiratory : Cough brings on bursting headache and bruised pain in epigastric region.
OENANTHE CROCATA·Respiratory : Tickling cough, with rattling in the lower part of the chest, and thick, frothy expectoration.
·Whooping-cough and spasmodic asthma.
OLEUM JECORIS ASELLI
·Chest : Dry, hacking, tickling cough, especially at night.·Whooping-cough in miserable, scrofulous children.
·Two or three drops on sugar will frequently relieve the hacking cough, when but little sputum is expectorated.
·Respiratory : Cough, with dyspnoea and blue face; with bloody expectoration.
·Respiratory : Acute laryngitis; cough and expectoration of tough, stringy mucus.
·Respiratory : Convulsive cough; feels as though membrane were torn from larynx.
·Respiratory : Noisy, dry, hard, cough, in violent short bursts, coming from low down, shaking the whole body.
·Respiratory : Twitching of fingers, with spasmodic cough.
OUABAIN·Respiratory spasm-Whooping cough is cut short in first stage and reduced in frequency of attacks and hastens convalescence.
·Respiratory : Cough as from vapor of sulphur in trachea.
·Whooping-cough.·Sleep : Nocturnal cough.
·Taken from the glairy and stringy mucus containing the virus of whooping-cough. Introduced by John H. Clarke for the treatment of whooping-cough and other spasmodic coughs.
·Head : Headache, must hold temples to relieve; provoked by shaking while coughing.
·Respiratory : Hoarseness (Carbo; Caust; Phos) dry cough and oppression of chest; worse, cold air.
·Respiratory : Dry cough at night, coming deep from chest.
·A very good remedy for the offensive expectoration and cough in phthisis, bronchitis, and emphysema.
·Chest : Dyspnoea, and continuous cough, early in morning.
·Chest : Cough, with profuse and fetid expectoration; compels him to sit up.
·Respiratory : Dry cough from tickling in chest.
·Respiratory : Cough from tickling in throat; worse, cold air, reading, laughing, talking, from going from warm room into cold air.
·Respiratory : Sweetish taste while coughing.
·Respiratory : Hard, dry, tight, racking cough.
·Respiratory : Whole body trembles, with cough.
·Respiratory : Pain in throat on coughing.
·Respiratory : Nervous coughs provoked by strong odors, entrance of a stranger; worse in the presence of strangers; worse lying upon left side; in cold room.
·Respiratory : Cough.
·Respiratory : Difficult breathing; dry hacking, tickling cough; worse at night (Mentha; Bellad).
·Respiratory : Aching pains in chest, through mid-sternum; with cough.
·Chest : Dyspnoea, cough with pain in chest in spots, feels as if spitting blood.
·Insomnia due to worry, nervous excitement, spasmodic coughs; pains of irregular menstruation; regulates the flow.
·A great cough medicine.
·Respiratory : Acute hoarseness. Throat and nostrils burn. Sits bent forward with dry cough. Pharynx and larynx feel dry, and the voice weak and toneless. Rawness and soreness of chest and throat. Cough of children caused by naso-pharyngeal catarrh; mucus drops from posterior nares.
·Respiratory : Cough, with burning and pricking in respiratory tracts.
·Heart tonic relieves the flagging and distended ventricle; irritable heart; dilatation of right heart, cough worse at night- on lying down; weak digestion especially in elderly people; chronic bronchitis; increases muscular tone.
·Respiratory : Dry, hard cough, with great weakness in chest.
·Respiratory : Cough returns every winter, from suppressed eruption.
·Urine : Involuntary micturition at night, while coughing or passing flatus.
·Respiratory : Dry cough in evening and at night; must sit up in bed to get relief; and loose cough in the morning, with copious mucous expectoration.
·Respiratory : Urine emitted with cough (Caust).
·Cough with difficult expectoration.
·Respiratory : Persistent cough with tickling in suprasternal fossa.
·Respiratory : Dry, spasmodic cough.
·Cough scratchy, wheezy.
·Respiratory : Dry, teasing cough from midnight until morning, during a chill, or when putting hands out of bed.
·Respiratory : Bronchial coughs in old people, worse on awaking and with expectoration of small plugs of mucus.
·Fever : Intermittent; chill, with dry cough and restlessness.
·Dry, unremitting short cough and violent pains in the bowels; uvula elongated; inflammation of oesophagus; also cancer.
·Cough caused by an incessant tickling in the throat-pit, which tickling runs down to the bifurcation of the bronchial tubes.
·Touching the throat-pit brings on the cough.·Worse from the least cold air; so that all cough ceases by covering up all the body and head with the bedclothes.
·Respiratory : Tickling in throat-pit causes cough.
·Respiratory : Dry, teasing cough, preventing sleep.
·Stool : Brown, watery, diarrhoea early in morning, with cough, driving him out of bed.
·Respiratory : Cough with copious, thick, yellow expectoration; chest feels weak.
·Stomach : Spasmodic pain in stomach with dry cough and difficult breathing.
S·Controls excessive sweating when circulation is enfeebled; of less use in phthisis with night-sweats and suffocating tickling cough.
·Respiratory : Tickling cough, especially in consumption.
·Face : Turns blue with cough.
·Respiratory : Paroxysmal, suffocative cough, coming on about midnight, with crying and dyspnoea.
·Respiratory : Loose choking cough.·Fever : Dry, deep cough precedes the fever paroxysm.
·Respiratory : Cough of gastric origin; relieved by eructation.
·Respiratory : Cough, with burning pain in chest; worse, right side.
·Respiratory : Spasmodic cough after influenza and after whooping-cough.
·Respiratory : Cough returns with every fresh cold.
·Respiratory : Tickling behind sternum, causes a constant hacking cough; worse at night on lying down.
·Respiratory : Short, hacking cough, with expectoration of thick, yellow, sweetish mucus.
·Respiratory : Tickling cough.
·Night cough of children.
·Throat : Cough in morning, with expectoration of bloody mucus.
·Respiratory : Bursting pain in back on coughing.
·Respiratory : Hacking cough.
·Respiratory : Cough often ends in a sneeze.
·Respiratory : Cough loose, with labored inspiration.
·Respiratory : Dry teasing cough, stitching chest pains.
·Respiratory : Dry, fatiguing cough, apparently coming from stomach.
·Respiratory : Rotten-egg taste with coughing.
·Respiratory : Cough in morning, with profuse expectoration, tasting salty (Phos; Ambr).
·Respiratory : Whooping-cough that drags on.
·Respiratory : Cough excited by tickling in larynx or chest.
·Respiratory : Cough and sore throat, with expectoration of little granules like shot, which, when broken, smell very offensive.
·Respiratory : Cough with expectoration in day, bloody or purulent.
·Respiratory : Violent cough when lying down, with thick, yellow lumpy expectoration; suppurative stage of expectoration (Bals. Peru).
·Phthisis pulmonum. with incessant cough, profuse night sweats, emaciation etc.
·Respiratory : Cough with expectoration profuse, stringy, frothy, light-colored. Excited by sense of mucus rattling in chest and worse by drafts of air. Constriction of lungs. Catarrh, with copious, stringy, mucous discharges. Desire to hawk and scrape throat. Irritation of posterior nares, involving mucous membranes of nasal passages with constriction of supra-orbital region.
SINAPIS NIGRA·Nose : Dry, hot, with lachrymation, sneezing; hacking cough; better lying down.·Respiratory : Cough is relieved by lying down.
·Throat : Loud coughing-spells with barking expiration.
·Must cough a long time before able to raise expectoration.
·Also in whooping cough.
·Respiratory : Constructive feeling in chest, with difficult breathing; cough with tickling in throat.
·Respiratory : Bronchitis, cough with much purulent expectoration, blood-streaked; oppressed breathing.
·A remedy especially marked in the symptoms of the respiratory organs, cough, croup, etc.
·Mind : Every excitement increases the cough.
·Throat : Tickling causes cough.
·Respiratory : Cough, dry, barking, croupy; larynx sensitive to touch.
·Respiratory : Cough abates after eating or drinking, especially warm drinks.
·Respiratory : The dry, chronic sympathetic cough or organic heart disease is relieved by Spongia (Naja)
Respiratory : Irrepressible cough from a spot deep in chest, as if raw and sore.
·Respiratory : Bronchial catarrh, with wheezing, asthmatic cough, worse cold air, with profuse expectoration and suffocation; worse, lying with head low and in hot room.
·Respiratory : Sneezing; throat irritated; short, dry cough; must take a deep breath.
·Respiratory : Violent, furious, exhausting cough, with much mucus; profuse, salty, slimy expectoration, and with involuntary spurting of urine and sneezing.
·Respiratory : Child rubs face with fist during cough (Caust; Puls).
·Respiratory : Cough provoked by taking a deep breath or cold drinks, from exertion, change from warm to cold air.
·Respiratory : Cough of measles.
·Respiratory : Sneezing with coughing.
·Urinary : Involuntary spurting of urine when coughing (Caustic; Puls).
·Persistent inclination to cough, excited by tickling dry spot in the throat, apparently at root of tongue.
·Pulmonary symptoms; cough, loud, hollow, ending with expectoration.
·Head : Obstinate acute coryza and influenza with cough.·
Respiratory : Hoarse; mucus expelled by forcible cough.
·Respiratory : Violent, dry cough in evening until midnight.
·Respiratory : Cough excited by laughing, singing, talking; worse lying on right side.
·Respiratory : Influenzal cough from noon to midnight with scanty expectoration.
·Modalities : Better, coughing or expectorating, hard pressure.
·Respiratory : Dry, hacking cough during night; worse, inspiration.
·Respiratory : Loose cough in morning.
·Respiratory : Cough after measles (Sang); worse towards evening and when tired.
·Respiratory : Dry, spasmodic cough.
·Respiratory : Persistent cough, recurring after influenza.
·Respiratory : Whooping-cough.
Loose cough; worse talking, morning, greenish, purulent, sweetish expectoration.
·Respiratory : Bronchitis in children with short, teasing cough.
·Respiratory : Persistent choking cough with copious expectoration.
Cough dry, hard; worse at night; windpipe sensitive to touch (Lach).
Nasopharyngitis and tracheitis, hemming, morning cough, sometimes with vomiting.
·Respiratory : Cough followed by hiccough.
·Respiratory : Cough dry, teasing, must take a swallow of cold water (Caust; Phos).
·Obstinate nervous coughs.
·Urinary : Cannot hold urine on coughing.
·Sleep : Sleep prevented by harsh cough.
·Stomach : After eating, cough.
·Dry asthma, harassing coughs; periodic headaches with extreme nervous erethism.
·Back : Sciatica; worse right side, coughing, straining, and at night, with sensitive vertebral column.
·Modalities : Worse, while at rest at night, cold weather, from friction, coughing, laughing, lying on painful side, touch.
·Chronic bronchitis and winter coughs; subacute stages of inflammation of respiratory tract loosens secretion, relieves tightened feeling, makes expectoration easy.·Neurotic cough.
·Whopping-cough, hay asthma and bronchial affections. 1-2 grain doses.
TEUCRIUM MARUM VERUM
·Respiratory : Dry cough, tickling in trachea; moldy taste in throat when hawking up mucus, expectoration profuse.
·Respiratory : Dry, hacking cough in afternoon, with pain in pit of stomach.
·Respiratory infections of children; dry nervous asthma, whooping-cough, severe spasms but little sputum.
·Respiratory : Dry, painful cough with scanty, difficult expectoration and burning in pharynx.
·Respiratory : Hoarse and choking; chills with cough at night.
·Respiratory : Cough on coming into the open air.
·Respiratory : Spasmodic cough; whooping cough, paroxysms; worse at night.
·Respiratory : Cough, with spitting of blood.
·Respiratory : Sneezing, coryza, burning of trachea, choking weight on chest; dry, convulsive cough, raising mucous plugs.
·Respiratory : Hard, dry cough during sleep.
·Respiratory : Hard, hacking cough, profuse sweating and loss of weight, rales all over chest.
·Cough dry, irritating and paroxysmal, sometimes with haemorrhages.
·Respiratory : Cough with thick viscid, bloody mucus.
·Respiratory : Much mucus in bronchial tubes, that cannot be coughed up.
·Respiratory : Loud barking, stomach cough, followed by eructation of gas; worse, warm room.
·Respiratory : Hollow cough, tickling low down, with blue face.
·Respiratory : Cough comes on from drinking, especially cold water; urine escapes when coughing.
·Respiratory : Cough on entering warm room from cold air (Bryonia).
·Quiets nervous, and bronchial, and urinary irritation, and cough.
·Respiratory : Cough; worse at night.
·Respiratory : Soreness in pharynx, cough during sleep.·
·Urinary : Cannot hold water on coughing or walking.
·Respiratory : Dry, short, spasmodic cough and dyspnoea; worse in daytime.
·Respiratory : Spasmodic cough.
·Respiratory : Dry, hacking cough, caused by tickling of the epiglottis.
·Respiratory : Dry cough, day and night.
ZINCUM METALLICUM·Urine :
Involuntary urination when walking, coughing or sneezing.
·Female : Dry cough before and during menses.
·Respiratory : Debilitating, spasmodic cough; worse, eating sweet things.
·Respiratory : Child grasps genitals during cough.
·Respiratory : Cough dry, hacking; copious morning sputa.
·Respiratory : Dry cough, with stitches in chest.