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Ruta Graveolens - Chest symptoms - T.F. Allen

Rue, Bitterwort, Herb of Grace, Ruta.

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HPUS indication of Ruta Graveolens: Bruised feeling

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



Hard pressure on the sixth true rib, aggravated on expiration and on touch (after two hours),

Violent pressure in the lower part of the chest, by the last false ribs, at night; he dreamed that some one was encircling him tightly, on which account he woke (after twenty-four hours),

An intermittent gnawing or picking on one of the costal cartilages, above the ensiform cartilage at night,

Internal heat in the chest and abdomen,

Burning stitches in the chest, especially beneath the sternum, like pains in an ulcer (second morning),

Agreeable coolness in the chest,

Pressure on the sternum, seeming to be internal and external,

Pressive oppressive stitches on the sternum during both inspiration and expiration, while sitting (after four hours),

Stitches in the sternum on every motion (second day),

Gnawing pain, associated with some biting and burning, in the right side of the chest,

Tremulous bubbling in the last true ribs of the right side (after a quarter of an hour),

Gnawing in the left side of the chest,

Corrosive biting drawing in the left side of the chest,

Dull thrusts in the left side of the chest,

A fine painful throbbing or picking beneath the left short ribs,

Sticking pain externally in the left nipple, aggravated by inspiration (after four days),

Around armpit

Violent stitches between the left nipple and axilla, aggravated by inspiration (after thirty hours),



Pulse moderately accelerated,

Pulse increased in frequency (after third dose),

Pulse very small and slow,


A pressive fulness in the chest, that causes dyspnoea and shortness of breath,

Stitches in the chest and arrest of breathing, that caused great anxiety on ascending steps,

Aching beneath the left short ribs, aggravated on pressure and taking away the breath, on waking at night,

Pain, as from a blow or bruise, in the larynx,

Forcible cough, in the evening, immediately after lying down, with much expectoration of stringy mucus; the cough returned several times at night, but only for a short time and less violently; when the cough was very violent, it seemed as if the stomach turned over and as if he would vomit,

He was awakened about midnight by a choking cough, with scraping in the upper part of the chest, without pain, and with a slight infrequent expectoration,

Dyspnoea and shortness of breath,

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