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Antimonium Tartaricum - Chest symptoms - Clarke

Tartar Emetic., Ant Tart, Tartrate Of Antimony And Potash, Ant-tart, Ant. Tart, Tart. Em, Tart. Emet, Tartar. Em, Tart-emet, Antimon Tart, Antimonium tartaricum, tartarus emeticus, Antim tart, Antimony Tart, Ant-t.


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HPUS indication of Antimonium Tartaricum: Loose cough

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


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CHEST

Chest

Velvety feeling in the chest.

Paralysis of the lungs.

Anxious oppression of the chest, with a sensation of heat, which ascends to the heart.

Fitful pain, as from excoriation in the chest, esp. on the l. side.

Rheumatic pain in the l. side of the chest.

Burning sensation in the chest which ascends to the throat.

Inflammation of the lungs.

Miliary eruption on the chest.

Pulse

Pulse quick, weak, or full; hard and accelerated; at times trembling.

The least exertion accelerates the pulse.

Respiration

Frequent fits of obstructed respiration, esp. in the evening or in the morning, in bed, almost to the extent of suffocation.

Shortness of breath.

Difficult respiration.

Rattling of mucus in the chest when breathing.

Catarrh, with irritation, which excites coughing, copious accumulation of mucus, and rattling of mucus in the chest.

Hoarseness.

Painful tenderness of the larynx when touched.

Cough, excited by violent tickling in the trachea.

A child coughs when angry.

Paroxysms of coughing, with suffocating obstruction of respiration (suffocating cough).

Dyspnoea, compelling one to sit up.

Shortness of breathing from suppressed expectoration.

Suffocating attacks with sensation of heat at the heart.

Whooping-cough, preceded by the child crying, or after eating or drinking, or when getting warm in bed; after the attack somnolency.

Cough, with heat and moisture of the hands, and perspiration on the head, chiefly on the forehead.

Cough, with vomiting of food, after a meal.

Hollow cough, with rattling of mucus in the chest.

Cough, with expectoration of mucus, sometimes at night only, chiefly after midnight.

Heart and pulse

Visible and anxious palpitation of the heart (also without anxiety), sometimes during an evacuation.

Palpitation with loose stools.

Heat about heart and warmth rising up from it.

Sensation of coldness in the blood-vessels.

Pulse hard, quick, and small; or weak, quick, and trembling; small, threadlike imperceptible.

Twisting, digging, and blows in the region of the heart, at night, which do not cease till perspiration breaks out.

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