Senega - Chest symptoms - ClarkeSnake Wort, Senega Officinalis, Polygala senega, Seneg.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Senega in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Dyspnoea, with sensation of stagnation in lungs.
Troublesome oppression of chest, esp. in open air and on stooping, as if thorax too narrow.
Pressure in chest, esp. during repose, and in morning, or at night, on waking.
Great sensibility in interior coats of chest when touched.
Squeezing and spasmodic pains in chest, with agitation and anxiety, esp. when lying on side.
Certain movements cause pain, as if chest were too tight; disposed to expand the chest; this leaves soreness.
Burning, sore pain under sternum, esp. during motion and on deep inspiration.
Orgasms of blood; oppression with flushes of heat; oppression, esp. during rest.
Shootings in chest, esp. when coughing and taking an inspiration.
Burning, aching, and stitches in l. half of chest; agg. lying on r. side.
Pleurisy r. side of chest with thickening.
Pain as from excoriation in chest, agg. by external pressure, movement, coughing, and sneezing.
Soreness of walls of chest on moving arms, esp. l.
Great soreness in walls of chest and great accumulation of clear albuminous mucus which is difficult to expectorate; pressure on chest as if lungs were pushed back to spine.
Accumulation of mucus in chest, larynx, and trachea.
Phthisis mucosa; hydrothorax.
Profuse secretion of mucus in lungs of old people.
Drawing and burning sensation in the chest.
Tingling in the chest.
Violent congestion of blood in chest, with pulsation and ebullition, leading even to syncope.
Aching, burning pain in chest becomes seated in region of heart, whence it radiates to l. axilla.
Aching and pressure in heart region; during deep inspiration.
Violent shaking palpitation of heart.
Pulse hard and frequent.
Shortness of breath when walking quickly and going up stairs.
The majority of symptoms are most violent during repose, but do not obstruct respiration.
Great dryness of the larynx, esp. in morning and forenoon.
Sudden hoarseness when reading aloud.
Hoarseness and roughness in throat.
Hacking cough from irritation in larynx.
Tickling and burning sensation in larynx, esp. when lying down, with danger of suffocation.
Abundant accumulation of mucus in larynx and trachea, with short respiration.
Tearing and stinging in larynx and trachea.
Dry and shaking cough, excited by a tickling in larynx, agg. in open air (and from walking fast).
Expectoration of transparent and yellow mucus when coughing.
Cough, with profuse expectoration of viscid mucus.
Shaking cough, like whooping-cough, from burning and tickling in larynx in morning, with copious expectoration of tough, white mucus (like white of egg).
The cough is agg. in evening and at night, during rest, in warm room, when sitting, when lying on the (l.) side.≡ more ...