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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Evening; in bed
10 p.m.; to 1 p.m.
midnight; 11 p.m.
2 or 3 a.m.
In cold air; in damp, cold air
Becoming warm in bed
With or after chill or fever; during fever
With constriction feeling; larynx
Damp room; in air of cellars
Cough from deep down; seems to come from the stomach
day and night
evening; loose in morning
From eating (including certain foods)
with hoarseness, raises hand to larynx, which is sensitive to touch
Holds self during cough; grasping throat during cough
Inability to cough
Sensations in throat and air passages (either from coughing, or causing coughing); sensation of crawling; larynx
dryness from coughing
itching; in larynx
from irritation in air passages
in wind pipe
While lying down
must sit up
From mucus; in chest
Painful to cough
Comes on suddenly
night; before midnight
attacks follow one another quickly
commences with gasping for breath
consisting of short coughs
While sitting; sitting straight
Sitting down; sitting straight
Sneezing; with sneezing
In children; child springs up, and clings to those around; calls for help in a hoarse voice, bends backward and grasps at larynx
in wind pipe
When yawning; yawning and coughing consecutively≡ more ...