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Ammonium Carbonicum - Chest symptoms - Clarke

Carbonate Of Ammonia, Ammonium Carb, Ammon. Carb, Amm Carb, Am-c.

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HPUS indication of Ammonium Carbonicum: Head cold

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Ammonium Carbonicum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.

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Nocturnal dyspnoea.

Painful sensation of spasmodic asthma, with short and dull cough.

Feeling of fatigue in the chest.

Congestion towards the chest.

Heaviness in the chest, as from congestion of blood to the chest.

Burning in the chest.

Stitch in the heart, frequently.

Palpitation of the heart, chiefly after exertion, and sometimes with retraction of the epigastrium, and weakness in the pit of the stomach.

Shootings in the integuments of the chest.

Purple miliary eruptions and furunculi on the chest.


Pulse hard, tense, and frequent.


Short breath, with choking, principally on going upstairs.

Asthmatic respiration, and dyspnoea, chiefly in the heat of a room, as well as after any exertion, sometimes with palpitation of the heart.

Shootings in the chest and in the sides, particularly when breathing, singing, stooping, walking, or at night, with inability to lie for any time on the side affected.

Roughness and hoarseness, with difficulty of speech.

Inability to speak a loud word.

Catarrh, with hardness of hearing, and burning in the stomach.

Cough, with hoarseness.

Dry cough, as if from a feather in the throat.

Cough, with asthmatic oppression, particularly when in bed in the evening.

Tickling cough, with expectoration.

Cough only at night, or only by day, or in the evening, before going to sleep, or in the morning towards three or four o'clock; dry from tickling in the throat, as of dust.

Cough, with spitting of blood, with previous sweet taste and with great dyspnoea.

Cough, with stitches in the small of the back.

When coughing, shootings in the loins, in the sternum, or in the pit of the stomach.

Cough, with mucous and sanguineous expectoration, shortness of breath, and sensation of a weight in the chest.

Expectoration of pure blood, produced by coughing.

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