Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sanguinaria Nitrica in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Pneumonia catarrhal; chronic; r. side; l. side, with heart disease.
Severe dyspnoea and constriction of chest, with inclination to take deep inspirations.
Sharp stitches in r. chest.
Stitches in lower part of l. breast to shoulder.
Pain in breast with periodic cough.
A shooting, sticking pain beneath sternum.
Persistent pain beneath sternum and in r. breast.
Intense burning between breasts, agg. r. side.
Sharp, piercing, neuralgic pain half-way between sternum and nipple.
Hot, burning streaming from r. chest to liver.
Pain under l. clavicle on waking.
Constriction across both breasts.
Violent stitches under short ribs.
Burning and pressing in breast, followed by heat through abdomen and diarrhoea.
Pain in r. chest to shoulder; can only with difficulty place hand to head.
Painful stitches or pressive pain beneath praecordial region. Surging of blood and racing palpitation, with dry and burning skin.
Weak feeling about heart.
Metastasis of rheumatism (or gout) to heart from outward applications.
Palpitation of heart.
Irregularity of heart's action and of the pulse, with coldness, insensibility, &c.
Pulse slow, irregular, feeble.
Pulse too frequent and full.
Dryness in throat and sensation of swelling in larynx; with expectoration of thick mucus.
Aphonia with swelling in throat.
OEdema of larynx.
Tickling in throat, evening, after lying down, with dry, hacking cough and headache.
Crawling sensation extending down behind sternum. Tracheal irritation secondary to heart disease.
Croup hearse, muffled cough; complete aphonia; spasmodic cough, painful crowing, stridulous breathing.
Cough dry, tickling in throat-pit.
Distressing, spasmodic, exhaustive cough.
Dry cough, awakens him from sleep, which did not cease until he sat upright in bed, and flatus was discharged both upwards and downwards.
Continual severe cough, with circumscribed redness of cheeks, with pain in chest; with coryza, then diarrhoea.
Coughs in old men with l. earache, and pains going from l. throat to ear.
Expectoration tough; difficult; rust-coloured; extreme dyspnoea; hepatisation.
Breath and sputa smell badly even to patient.
Pulmonary consumption, expectoration and breath exceedingly offensive.
Severe cough after whooping-cough; the cough returns every time patient takes cold.
Asthma excessive dyspnoea; esp. after "rose-cold," agg. from odours.≡ more ...