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Coccus Cacti - Chest symptoms

Cochineal Coc-c.


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HPUS indication of Coccus Cacti: Spasmodic cough

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


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CHEST

Chest

Heart; Sensation as if everything were pressed toward the heart.

Urinary Organs.

Urging to urinate; Brick-red sediment

urinary calculi, Hematuria, URATES, and uric acid; lancinating pains from kidney to bladder

Deep-colored, thick urine

Dysuria.

Catarrh

Congestion

Constriction, tension

Heart

palpitations

palpitations; night

palpitations; after eating

palpitations; while lying down

palpitations; tumultuous, violent, intense

Heat

alternating with pain on internal surface of thigh

flushes (see congestion)

Inflammation

bronchial tubes (bronchitis)

heart; endocardium

Lungs

haemorrhage (see expectoration)

haemorrhage (see expectoration); coagulated

tuberculosis; full of mucus

Oppressed feeling

late morning; talking

Pain

when sneezing

collar bone; below collar bone; left

around collar bone

breast bone; on walking

heart; night

aching

burning

between the ribs

breast bone; under

pulling; below collar bone; left

pulling; region of collar bone

pressing

breast bone; while walking

heart

heart; night

rawness

when coughing

while lying

sore, bruised

evening

collar bone

collar bone; left, movement

heart; late morning

heart; during strong pulsations

stitching, sudden, sharp

between the ribs

between the ribs; right then left

lower part

breast; nipple

sides; right

sides; lower part of; evening

heart

Tickling

Weakness

Respiration

Constant hawking from enlarged uvula; coryza, with inflamed fauces; Accumulation of thick viscid mucus, which is expectorated with great difficulty

Tickling in larynx

Sensation of a crumb behind larynx, must swallow continually; brushing teeth causes cough

Fauces very sensitive

Suffocative cough; worse, first waking, with tough, white mucus, which strangles

Spasmodic morning cough

Whooping cough attacks end with vomiting of this tough mucus

Chronic bronchitis complicated with gravel; large quantities of albuminous, tenacious mucus, are expectorated

Walking against wind takes breath away.

Constriction, tension; while breathing deep

Accelerated

Asthma attack

Difficult (dyspnea)

bending forward

with cough

excitement

after rising

while sitting

sitting with head bent forward on knees

sitting; sitting with head bent forward on knees

while walking

Gasping; before cough

Hot breath

Intermittent, unequal

Interrupted; coughing

Rattling

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