Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Chininum Sulphuricum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Oppression of the chest.
Fits of nocturna! suffocation towards midnight, with swelling of the throat, which is almost closed.
Calm sleep after the fit, and tendency of the symptoms to be reproduced by a prolonged cough.
Pains in the chest, on the r. side, all the morning.
Pain across the chest.
Sensation as of being grasped by the hand behind the sternum.
Palpitations of the heart.
At the exterior of the chest, pricking dartings on the skin (sometimes of the back and thighs, at night) in walking in the open air, followed by perspiration on the chest and back.
Shivering and trembling in the evening, with accelerated rapid pulse, dryness of the mouth, thirst, disturbed sleep, and brick-coloured deposit in the urine.
Attacks of one hour in duration, characterised by pallor, shivering and shuddering, with lips and nails of a bluish colour, and pulse spasmodic and small; afterwards general heat and redness of the face, pulse more marked (than before) and thirst, ending with a gentle perspiration.
External heat, with dryness of the mouth and the gullet, obstinate constipation, and tendency to fall while walking in the street; also with perspiration on the chest, redness of the face, convulsive movements of the muscles, and rapidity of pulse.
Pulse slow, esp. in the afternoon, or while the attack continues; full or small, but yielding and slow; frequent, like palpitations of the heart; quickened, esp. in the morning, or an hour after dinner (i.e., after dinner taken at noon, as the custom is in Germany, where this medicament was tested).
Respiration short and difficult, on taking much exercise.
Respiration laboured, with swelling of the abdomen, disappearing quickly after making water.
Respiration difficult, rumbling, panting.
Pressure on the l. side of the chest, painful, esp. on breathing deeply, and on throwing the arms back; mitigated on leaning upon the arm, and bending the body forward.
Lancinating pains above the sternum, on breathing deeply, and moving quickly.
Hoarseness every afternoon (4 o'clock), with constriction, or else swelling which closes the throat.
Irritation which provokes coughing.
Tickling at bifurcation of trachea.
Cough caused by a small painful spot in the throat.
Irritation in the throat, which provokes coughing, sometimes with difficulty of expectoration.
Violent cough, during the day, or else at night, difficult to loosen, both in the day and night.
On coughing, expectoration of gelatinous mucus.≡ more ...