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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Scilla Maritima in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Contracting stitch in l. side, just beneath last ribs, caused by rapid walking.
Palpitation of heart.
Pulse small and slow; slightly hard.
Pulse small and slow, slightly hard.
Moaning breathing, with the mouth open.
Frequently obliged to take a deep breath, which = cough.
Shortness of breath from every exertion, esp. when ascending.
Whooping-cough, when accompanied with sneezing, watering of eyes and nose, and the child rubs eyes with the hands; in all catarrhal affections and coughs, also troubles of the lungs with the above symptoms; profuse nasal secretion.
Cough with expectoration in the morning and none in the evening.
Difficulty of breathing, with stitches in chest when breathing and coughing.
Cough in the morning, with copious expectoration of thin, frequently reddish-coloured mucus.
Dry cough morning and night.
Violent dry cough which = shattering pain in abdomen and dryness in the throat.
Internal tickling in region of thyroid cartilage that provokes cough, which, however, agg. the tickling.
Short, dry cough in four or five shocks, from tickling beneath thyroid cartilage.
Fits of spasmodic cough with pains in splenic region.
Cough. with a stagnant watery condition of the blood, and enlarged spleen (Burnett).
Sputa white or reddish mucus; sweetish or empyreumatic or offensive in odour; in small round balls, very difficult to expectorate.
Rattling precedes the cough, disappears after.
Cough caused by tickling, creeping sensation in chest; from drinking something cold; from every exertion.
Cough with stitches in sides of chest; pain in abdomen; sensation of internal heat; dyspnoea; headache; pressure in the bladder and involuntary spurting of urine.
The loose morning cough is much more severe and causes more suffering than the dry evening cough.≡ more ...