Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Magnesia Muriatica in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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During cough, ulcerative pain in the chest, in the evening and night.
During coughing, severe sore pain in the chest, so that she is afraid to cough, although she is relieved by it.
During coughing, violent burning in the chest.
Rush of blood to the chest from a sea-bath.
Sensation of rush of blood to the chest, when walking in the open air.
Severe pressive pain in the chest.
Constrictive pain of the chest and of the scapulae.
Shooting, deep in the right side of the chest as from a pointed body (aft. 3 h.).
Shooting internally into the left side of the chest, when pressing on it, a sore pain.
Severe burning and throbbing in the chest, now here, now there.
Palpitation, while sitting, for three days (aft. 12 d.).
Palpitation, while sitting and when rising from the seat; it ceases on moving.
Palpitation (at once).
Oppression of the heart (at once).
Severe palpitation, with expulsion in all the arteries.
Dull pressive pain, externally on the xiphoid cartilage.
Fine shooting, externally, on the upper left part of the chest.
Pressing upward, from the left clavicle into a lower molar, the crown of which tingles.
Tension across the chest, starting from the right axilla.
In the open air, her chest feels worse; every breath excites coughing (aft. 12 d.).
Lack of breath, in ascending a mountain (aft. 20 d.).
Oppression of breathing, more after dinner than in the forenoon (2d d.).
Contraction of the chest, with oppression of the breath and dull shooting into the right side of the chest near the nipple, after supper.
Tensive pain of the chest, most distressing when taking a deep breath, for several days, with oppression of breathing.
Dull stitches below the right breast, irrespective of respiration (aft. 6 d.).
Shooting, deep in the left side of the chest, unconnected, with respiration (1st and 12th d.).
Stitches in her heart, intercepting the breath (aft. 12 d.).≡ more ...