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Blatta. 2x---3x, 2h.useful in many cases, especially in stout people and when there is a malarial element.
Hydrocy. Ac. 3x, 15m. Paroxysm----Uncomplicated and recent
Cupr. Met. 6, 15m. Pure spasmodic asthma, spasm very prominent all over body, vomiting after attack.
Nux V. 3, 15m. Attack occurring early in morning, frequently induced by disorders of stomach.
Nat. Sul. 3, gr. iv. 4h. In hydrogenoid subject with morning diarrhea.
Ars. 3, 15m. Occurring periodically at midnight or 2 am.
Kali. C. 6, 15m. Occurring from 3 t0 5 am.
Acon. 30, 15m. Pulse full, anxiousness, restlessness, fear.
Verat. V. 3, 15m. Convulsion breathing nausea or vomiting, cold sweat on the face.
Ipec. 3, 15m. Where the asthma is not pure, but associated with catarrh and cough , If the mucus is scanty.
Ant. T. 6, 15m. Asthmatic ever since the proving, If the mucus is profuse
Acon. 3, 1h. In the earliest stage, chills, fever, oppression, dry, tickling cough. Stitches in chest, with cough. Hoarse, dry, loud cough.
Ant. Tart. 6, 2h. Great depression, oppression of chest, cough and hoarseness, much expectoration, clear or white; tongue white, creamy, disgust for food, inclination to vomit, capillary bronchitis in children.
Bry. 3, 1h. Fever established, dry, hacking cough, or with a little mucus, hoarseness, soreness along trachea, pain between shoulders, sharp pain in chest, tongue white, constipation.
Bell. 130, 1h. Short dry cough from trickling in larynx, dry spasmodic cough with vomiting , headache, stitches in chest, redness and heat of face, bronchitis after ether anesthesia.
Ipec. 3, 1h. Great dyspnoea, cough spasmodic, little expectoration, dry sounds in chest in day, moist at night, symptoms worst at night, with gastro-intestinal disturbance and persistent nausea.
Kali. Bich. 3x, 2h. Acute or chronic bronchitis, where the mucus is tough and stringy and difficult to raise.
Ars. 3, 2h. Cough spasmodic, waking the patient up in the night , very little expectoration.
Ars. Iod. 3x, gr.iii. Bronchitis with fever and night sweat, purulent expectoration, phthisical symptoms, great weakness.
Sang. 3, 1h. Spasmodic cough, dry or with copious expectoration, oppression of the chest, with stitches or burning, often accompanied with nasal catarrh.
Hep. S. 6, 2h. Chronic bronchitis, profuse yellow expectoration, hoarseness, sensation of a clot of mucus, or internal swelling when swallowing.
Carb. Veg. 6, 2h. In old person with blue nails and cold extremities, hoarse, profuse expectoration without power to raise it.
Amm. Carb.3x, 1h. Long Standing bronchitis in old people, physical powers depressed, expectoration difficult to raise from want of power.
Senega 3, 2h. In old people cough irritating and shaking.
Hyoscy. 3, 2h. Cough coming on lying down.
Conium 3, 2h. Short, dry cough from tickle under of sternum, coming on when lying down at night.
Aco. 3, 2h. Cough during sleep, short, dry, irritating cough.
Ars. 3, 6h. Spasmodic, coming on in the night, waking the patient from sleep, ending in bringing a way a little phlegm.
Calc. C. 6, 2h. Cough from tickling, as if from a feather in the throat or dust in the larynx, constant tickle under the middle of the sternum, causing a hacking cough, cough during and after eating.
Sul. 3, 2h. Cough from rawness in larynx, < at night in bed before falling asleep, violent spasmodic, cough with copious expectoration of mucus.
Kali. C. 630, 6h. Spasmodic cough coming between 2 and 3 a.m., stitches in the chest.
Bry. 3, 2h. Cough on walking , on moving about in the morning, some expectoration at first ( sometimes bloody) ,afterwards dry, < on entering a warm roam, sharp pain in chest, cough with pain in head and chest as if they would burst, cough on lying down at night, must sit up.
Alumina 6, 6hDry hacking cough from pharyngeal or laryngeal irritation.
Bell. 3, 2h. Irritative laryngeal cough, < in evening and early night , paroxysmal, heat and redness of face and sparkling eyes, provoked by tickling in larynx as if dust were at the back of it, compelling a hard dry cough, induced by exertion, lying down, or very deep respiration , feeling of soreness in larynx, as if internally, oppression and heat in chest, dyspnoea.
Cina 3, 4h. Dry hollow, hoarse cough in single shocks, or fits of coughing, with worm symptoms.
Lach. 6, 6h. Dry cough, but with sensation as if something were in the trachea which might be raised, or comes partly up and then goes back again, provoked by tickling in trachea (below that of Bell.),induced by touching trachea or pressing on it, or pressure of clothes, which the patient therefore looseness, or by throwing the head back, also by eating, occurring on a walking from sleep, accompanied by some hoarseness and sore throat, which shoots up into the ear, and by chronic tonsillitis with oily white granules.
Phos. 3, 2h. Cough dry , or with scanty rusty sputa, night and day, provoked by tickling in the trachea pretty low down, and by a feeling of rawness and soreness in trachea and bronchi, induced by a very deep inspiration, accompanied and characterized by a hoarse barking sound, by rawness of trachea and whole chest, and by a peculiar and distressing weight across the chest, hoarseness.
Caust. 6, 4h. Dry cough in evening, provoked by tickling high in trachea, in long paroxysms, induced by speaking; provoking discharges of urine, voice almost gone; trachea sore and raw, but not the chest.
Rumex Crisp. 6, 3h. Short, dry, and paroxysmal cough or constant hack, in evening and night on going to bed; provoked by tickling in suprasternal fossa; induced by pressure in the region nd by inhaling a breath of cool air, by a deep inspiration, and by any variation in breathing, accompanied by great fatigue from coughing and by stitches through the left lung.
Hep. S. 6, 4h. Violent cough as if he would suffocate, ending in vomiting, afterwards a feeling as of a hard body in the epigastrium, then spitting of blood.
Spong. 3, 2h. Barking cough, with hacking and loss of voice.
Ant. Tart. 6, 3h. Chronic catarrhal cough, mucous expectoration, easy and profuse.
Sil. 6, 4h. Dry cough even to vomiting, with anxious sweat at nights; cough with hoarseness, shaking the abdomen; tickling and soreness in trachea and chest; cough with raising of thick, yellow, lumpy, purulent expectoration, in large masses, offensive.
Scilla 3, 2h. Cough with excessive secretion (with much pale urine).
Nux. V. 3, 2h. Violent cough with little or no expectoration, jarring the head, and straining the abdominal muscle , tickling in trachea, in middle of stream, provoking cough, cough induced by exertion, after eating, when lying on back, in early morning after midnight, tightness of breath.
Carb. V. 6, 2h. Cough caused by itching in larynx, spasmodic, hoarse, caused by a feeling as if vapour of sulphur were in trachea; < in evening and before midnight ; < by cold and when eating or drinking, especially cold things; sputa greenish and tough, or yellow and purulent ; less often watery, offensive.
Senega 3, 2h. Irritative shaking cough of old people.
Hyos. 3, 2h. Dry night cough, constant when lying down, > by sitting up.
Verbascum Q 2h. Night cough and dry.
Samb. N q gtt. i. 1h. Suffocation cough of children waking them up in the middle of the night.
Ambra 6, 2h. Spasmodic shocking cough in nervous subject.
Pru. Virg. Q Dry, harsh, rasping, hoarse, prevalent at all times but< night; asthmatic coughs, wheezing and whistling in trachea and bronchi.
Nux V. 3, every ten minutes. Ordinary acute cases.
If Nux does not speedily relieve, Cyclam. 3, every ten minutes.
Mag. Phos. 30 in hot water, sipped frequently, is a wonderful remedy in the absence of individual indications. For chronic cases every four hours.
Ign. 3, every ten minutes. After drinking, eating, or smoking.
Cicut. Vir. 3, every ten minutes. With spasm and belching.
Aethsa.C. 3, 4h. Spasmodic.
Nat. Mur. 6, 4h. Violent hiccough, especially in malarial cases.
Moschus 3, every ten minutes.
Influenza. (Epidemic, Russian Or Siberian Influenza).
Infl. 30, 24h. In general.
Ars. 3, pil. iii. 8h. Prophylactic, let all who are exposed to infection, or when epidemics are about.
Bacillinum 30 and Influenzinum 30, a dose of each taken together or as a combination remedy once a week during influenza epidemic. These are excellent prophylatic medicines.
Bapt. 3x30, 1h. Aching in all limbs, headache, pains in eyes, foul tongue, fever, restlessness, with general soreness of body, heaviness and drowsiness.
Eup. Perf. 130, 1h. Chills in back, bone pains predominating.
Glon. 330, 1h. Violent throbbing, bursting headache; bursting headache
Bell. 330, 1h. Headache, sore throat, teasing, tickling cough, < on lying down, delirium, neuralgia, especially on right side of head and face, inflammation of the ears.
Mere. Sol. 630, 1h. After Bell. or when suppuration occurs.
Gels. 130, 1h. Chills up and down spine, red face, weakness, relaxation, no thirst.
Echin. q, 12h. With low typhoid condition.
Bry.3x30, 1h. Cough < by least movement, pain in head with cough; pains in limbs or body, < by movement; foul, wash-leather-like tongue; thirst.
Sang. 3x30, 1h. Cough, with blood-streaked expectoration, difficult to detach, cannot get breath; pains worse in right side.
Ars. 330, 1h. Teasing cough, worse at night; thirst, restlessness, anguish, fear of death, rheumatic headache.
Acon. 330, 1h. Fever, restlessness, fear of death; pains in the region of heart, with pallor and faintness, fear of death. (Acon. may be given at night intercurrently with other remedies, when there is nocturnal restlessness and sleeplessness.)
Aviare 30, 1h. Bronchitis, suspiciously like tuberculosis.
Phytol. 130, 12h. With herpetic or "diphtheritic" sore throat.
Camph. Q one drop of Rubini's tincture or one pilule every 5 or 10 minutes. Metastases of other symptoms to heart with pain and collapse.
Spigel. 130, Ό h. Sharp pain at heart, with palpitation and weakness, inability to lie on left side.
Sul. 330, 1h. Pleuritic pains, worse on coughing, cough causing pain in head; tearing cough, heat in head, nightly perspiration, early morning diarrhoea.
Pyrogen 5, 2h. Chills in back, pulse very rapid, bed feels too hard, all discharges offensive.
Pod. 330, 1h. Morning diarrhoea, liver derangement.
Ver. Alb. 330, 1h. Copious evacuations, much pain, perspiration and cold sweat on forehead.
Sciatica (1) Rhus T. 3x30, l2h. (2) Arsen. Sul. Rub. 330, 12h.
Weakness after influenza, (1) Psorin. 30, 4h. (2) China. 3x30, 2h.
See also for complications under various headingsCough, Diarrhoea, Head- ache, Neuralgia, Pleurisy, Pneumonia, Sciatica, etc.
Sequelae Of Influenza.
Tuberc. k. 30200, once or twice a week. Chronic illnesses brought on by an attack of influenza.
Bapt. Ix, 4h. Debility after influenza.
Scutel. q, gtt. v. 4h. Debility with nervous symptoms of restlessness and insomnia.
Piper. Methyst. q12, 2h. Nervous debility, symptoms > by diversion of mind.
Cyprep. 1, 2h. Nervousness, sleeplessness, weakness and despondency.
Mag. Mur. 5, 2h. Loss of taste and smell.
Aco. 3, ½ h. Active: Difficult breathing, anxiety, restlessness, hot dry skin, short hacking dry cough.
Sul. 30, 12h. After Aco. If amelioration does not follow in a few hours.
Phos. 3, ½ h. Stupor, face flushed, dark rusty expectoration. ; Passive : From debility, rusty sputa; purpura.
Carb. V. 6, 2h. Blueness, coldness, depression.
Ars. I. 3x, thrice a day immediately after food. Obstruction : From heart disease.
Dig. 13, 1h. Fluttering, irregular heart, swelling of feet.
Lyc. 6, 2h. Where there is constipation, flatulence and diminished urine.
See also Pneumonia.
Acon. 3, 1h. At the commencement, after a chill as from sudden lowering of temperature at sundown on high altitudes; before physical signs are pronounced, pain, fever, anxiety.
Sul. 130, 2h. If the fever does not yield in 2448h.
Ver. V. 13, 1h. With much congestion.
When exudation has already occurred rusty sputa, (1) Phos. 3, 1h.;
(2) Tuberc. koch. 630, 4h.
Phos. 3, 1h. Typhoid pneumonia, great nervous depression; pneumonia coming on during the course of fever.
Ars. 3, 1h. Great prostration, thirst, anxiety, restlessness.
Seneg. 1x30, 2h. Dry cough with concussion of whole chest; oppression; aching pain at night when waking; dull stitches and burning pains 1. half of chest.
Curb. Ac. 1x30,12h. Pneumonia of one or both bases, gasping for breath, unable to lie down; mind confused, typhoid condition.
Ant. Tart. 3, 2h. Pneumonia of delirium tremens; catarrhal pneumonia; broncho-pneumonia in children and old persons.
Bry. 3, 1h. Pleuro-pneumonia, sharp pains caused by the least motion, > by lying on affected side.
Chell. 1, 1h. Pneumonia with liver involvement, jaundiced hue, bile-stained sputa.
Sang. 1, 1h. Right-side pneumonia, troublesome cough, difficult expectoration, short breath.
Phos. 3, 1h. Rusty expectoration, weakness, trembling, numbness of extremities.
When the cough is especially troublesome at night, disturbing sleep, a few doses of Hyoscy. 3 may be given at half-hour intervals.
Sulph. 3, 4h. When a cough lingers after physical signs have disappeared.
Bacil. 30200. Intercurrent doses of Bacil. will help the other remedies.
Ars. Iod. 3x, gr. ii. immediately after food three times a day. When the lung does not clear after the acute stage is passed.
Phos. 3, 4h. If the sputa are rusty.
Bry. 3, 4h. If there are sharp pains in chest on breathing or motion.
Hep. S. If the expectoration becomes purulent.
Lyc. 6, 2h. Yellowish-green expectoration, depression, unpleasant taste in the mouth, sluggish circulation, coldness.
Hyper. 1x, 2h. Pneumonia in persons who suffer from bleeding haemorrhoids.
Carb. V. 6, 2h. Dryness in trachea; crawling in upper p[arts, as if something were there provoking cough; hoarseness; < in damp, cold weather, in the evening, and from speaking.
Nux. V. 3, 4h. Adherent mucus high up in trachea, Causing cough; upper parts feels constricted; tickling and itching in trachea, in the middle of sternum, causing cough, < on expiration.
Calc. C. 6, 2h. Tickling irritation in trachea, as if from feather-down; cough provoked by this or by eating; sensation as if something loose in trachea; difficult loosening of phlegm, especially at episternal notch; wheezing in trachea; sensation as if a lump of phlegm moving up and down trachea.
Ars. 3, 2h. Dryness and burning in larynx and trachea; irritation at bifurcation of trachea, formation of mucus there which is difficult to expel.
Phos. 3, 2h. Rawness of larynx and trachea with frequent hacking cough and hawking; irritability of lower part of trachea with suffocative pressing; coughing up of much purulent phlegm, constant tickling-scratching sensation at bifurcation of trachea.
Cann. Sat. 3, 2h. In the morning, tough mucus in lower part of trachea, which cannot be dislodged by hawking or coughing; after hawking and coughing trachea is raw and sore; finally the mucus loosens itself and he must hawk constantly.
Stan. 6, 4h. irritation to cough in trachea, as form mucus; sore sensation low down in trachea after every cough; expectoration of yellow mucus form trachea, of foul taste or sweet.
Sul. 6, 4h. Constant irritation in trachea; deep down; cough dry and spasmodic; or with copious mucus; < at night.
Carb. A. 6, 2h. Rawness and soreness in the morning after rising, with dry cough.
Bry. 3, 2h. Pain in trachea, < by smoking and talking; soreness after coughing; sensation of vapour in trachea; < on going into warm out of cold air.
Caps. 3, 2h. Crawling and tickling in larynx and trachea after lying down in the evening; tickling in trachea causing violent sneezing.
Sil. 6, 2h. Expectoration of mucus from trachea immediately after eating.
Brom. 3x30, 2h. Tickling in trachea; causing cough; contractive feeling as if the pit of the throat pressed on the trachea; formation of membrane in trachea; < on inspiration.
Kali. Bi. 3x, 2h. Irritation of nose, larynx, and trachea, cough with difficult expectoration of tough white stringy mucus.
Rum. C. 6, 2h. Raw scraped sensation all down center of chest and throat; paroxysmal cough provoked by tickling in trachea, and induced by pressure upon it; < in cold air.
See also Cold, Cough, Larynx, Bronchitis.
Bacil. 200, gl. iv. in half a tumbler of water, a teaspoonful 4h. Fever, wasting.
Bapt. q30, 2h. To relieve the fever accompanying acute and sub acute exacerbations.
lodf. 3x, 2h. Delirium, typhoid condition.
Calc. c. 30, 1h. Heat and perspiration of head, cold clammy hands and feet.
Bell. 3. 1h. Flushed face, delirium, boring head into pillow.
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