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Cina - Chest symptoms - T.F. Allen

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



Oppression of the chest on inspiration,

Some stitches in the chest from time to time,

Fine pinching on the clavicle, like the pressure of a dull pain,


Pinching pain on the sternum, when writing,

Aching in front of the sternum by itself,

Painful digging in the upper part, beneath the sternum,

Cramplike digging pain beneath the sternum, as if the chest would be pressed asunder,

Dull stitches near the sternum on one of the cartilages of the ribs increased by pressing upon it and by expiration, relieved by inspiration,

Two dull piercing stitches in rapid succession beneath the clavicle, near the sternum, on deep inspiration, not felt on expiration; pressure was painful,

With the morning cough, the upper part of the chest hurts (beneath the upper part of the sternum), and when with difficulty he has loosened something, the place pains for a long time, is sore and burning, as if something had been torn off,


Cramplike contraction of the left half of the chest,

Pinching pain in the left side of the chest, between the second and third ribs,

Pinching pains in the left side of the chest, aggravated by every inspiration (after thirty hours),

A pressing-out pain, now in the left side of the chest, now in the small of the back; the latter seems as from much stooping, especially on expiration (after four hours),

Sudden oppressive pain on the left side of the chest,

Boring-sticking pain in the right side below the ribs, disappearing on pressure,

Pinching-sticking pain in the left side of the chest, lasting a quarter of an hour,

Sudden jerking stitches in the left side of the chest, between the fifth and sixth ribs,



At 9 P.M., the pulse of the left side was gone; on the right side thready and soft (second day),


A kind of oppression of the chest; the sternum seems too close to the chest, and the respiration seems oppressed,

Jerking-sticking pains in the right side of the chest, between the sixth and eighth ribs, not affected by pressure or respiration,

Rattling respiration while walking in the open air, as if there were much mucus in the chest, without being obliged to raise it (after six hours),

Very short breath, with very loud rattling in the chest,

Very short breath at times, with interruptions, so that some inspirations are omitted,

Very short rattling respiration,

Difficult loud respiration (after half an hour),

Dyspnoea while standing (lasting half an hour), with anxiety whereby he sweats very much on the chest,

Larynx, Trachea, and Bronchi.

A loud whistling rĂ¢le in the air-passages, on inspiration; not heard on expiration (after twelve hours),

Disposition to cough caused by deep breathing,

Tickling irritation to cough in the air-passages beneath the manubrium of the sternum, with a whitish mucous expectoration (after sixteen hours),

Tickling irritation to cough low down in the air-passages; when he coughs, a whitish mucus is expectorated (after twenty-four hours),

Cough and Expectoration.

In the morning he is obliged to cough with such force in order to loosen the mucus that had accumulated over night, that he tears came into the eyes,

Paroxysm of violent cough from time to time,

Hollow cough in the morning, after rising; violent shocks against the upper part of the air-passages, whereby the mucus is loosened, though with difficulty (after a few days),

Gagging cough in the morning, after rising; the irritation thereto (as from dust) is renewed by inspiration after a long interval,

Hoarse gagging cough, consisting of a few shocks, which is renewed only after long intervals, in the evening,

After coughing, the child cris au! au! a noise like a gurgling going down is heard; she is anxious, catches her breath, and becomes very pale in the face; paroxysms lasting two minutes,

Mucus in the larynx, which he expectorates by voluntary hacking and hawking (after six hours),

In the morning, after rising, mucus hangs in the larynx; he is frequently obliged to hawk it up, after which it soon collects again,

Breath quick and catching,

Coughed incessantly the whole night (first night),

Heart and pulse

Trembling of the heart,

Pulse small, contracted regular,

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