Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Phosphorus in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Great dejection (aft. 5 d.).
Troubled, reserved, meditative.
Not disposed to anything, indolent, sullen.
Sad and dejected for a long time.
Sad and melancholy, as if some accident had happened to his beloved ones (aft. 14 d.).
Disconsolate sorrowfulness, with weeping and crying, in the morning (aft. 5 d.).
Sad and discouraged, but not so as to weep.
Sad and dejected.
Troubled mood, dejection.
Sadness in the twilight, for several evenings, successively at the same hour.
The world seemed dreadful to him; only weeping could relieve him soon afterward total apathy and indifference.
Melancholy of spirit and violent weeping, toward morning, on awaking from a saddening dream; he could not restrain nor calm his weeping and lamented yet for a quarter of an hour.
Troubled mood and very susceptible to emotions especially with respect to apprehensiveness (through the whole period).
Sad, apprehensive, pusillanimous.
Apprehension, as if she was grieved about something, frequently recurring.
Anxiety and heat in the head, with hot, red hands, frequently recurring and seemingly alleviated while standing.
Anxious sensation of oppression.
Anguish at times in the evening, as if about to die (the first d.).
Apprehensiveness, like the foreboding of misfortune.
Many anxieties, in the evening (aft. 8 d.).
Anxiously solicitous, about the unfortunate issue of her disease.
Anguish and internal restlessness, without any imaginable reason.
Anxiety and restlessness, with much sweat on the forehead and heat in the head.
Restlessness in the head, in the forenoon.
Restlessness during thunder-storms.
Great restlessness (aft. 2 d.).
Fearfulness and horror, in the evening.
Dreadful fearfulness, late in the evening, as if a horrid face was looking out of every corner.
Great anxiety and irritability on being alone.
Attacks of anxiety, seemingly below the left breast, which so torments her, that she trembles all over her body, attended with occasional bitter eructations and palpitation.
Surfeit of life.
All the senses are excessively sensitive, especially those of hearing and smell.
Very easily startled.
Displeased and irresolute.
In very ill humor, while in the best of health.
Indisposed to everything.
Ill-humor and vexation.
Depressed on account of his health.
Sullen, every object, especially men and noise, are very distasteful to him.
Sullen and lazy.
Irritable and peevish.
Very easily irritated to vexation.
Very peevish in the forenoon.
Very peevish and cannot forget an annoyance.
Great annoyance, before dinner, at the least trifle, then sensation of heat, followed by pressure in the stomach; then nausea with much heat in the face, and an entire loss of appetite.
Great annoyance at the least provocation, with cold hands, heat in the face and palpitation.
More peevish than ever before.
Vexed at every trifle, so that he is beside himself.
She would get vexed very readily.
Great irritation of spirit.
When he thinks of anything disagreeable, he is seized with a sort of apprehension, felt most in the scrobiculus cordis.
When she grasps an idea very vividly, she is seized with a heat, as if hot water were poured over her.
Disagreeable occurrences cause anguish, mixed with fear and vexation, and she becomes disposed to weep.
Very irritable mood, she takes every word ill and becomes pusillanimous from it.
Even a little annoyance affects him very violently.
Incensed at every trifle.
When annoyed, she falls into furious anger and malignancy.
Incensed and angry, almost without a cause.
Occasionally wildly passionate.
Exaltation of the sense of common brotherhood.
Increased cheerfulness in the first days.
In very good humor, especially in the afternoon.
Merry, in a good humor, she sings and trills.
Freedom of spirit, good-humored, with a agreeable warmth all over the body, especially on the hands, which are quite red, from a rush of blood; everything seems brighter to him (2d d.).
Spasmodic laughing and weeping.
She has to laugh against her will, while she is sad.
In the evening, usually of so vivid an imagination that the mere representation of disagreeable things causes horror with her.
Shamelessness, she strips off and wishes to go naked, as if crazy.
Great indifference to everything.
Indifferent to her child, whom at other times she dearly loved.
Indisposed to work, and without cheerfulness, but without any muddled feeling in the head.
Distracted, in the morning, though he likes to work.
Forgetful and dizzy.
Forgetful and stupid, so that he does something quite different from what he wants to do.
Slow flow of ideas, dearth of thought.
Abundant flow of ideas, which she finds it difficult to arrange.
Delirious phantasies, while slumbering and when awake, as if she was on a distant island, as if she had a large business, was a distinguished lady, etc.
General slight obtuseness of the head.
The head feels obtuse after a meal.
Severe obtuse feeling in the head, and vertigo, compelling one to lie down.≡ more ...