Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Aconite in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Harsh, dry cough,
Trifling cough, but without expectoration,
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Constant irritation to cough,
Short dry cough,
Dry cough (several).
Dry forcible cough,
Dry short cough excited by scratching in throat,
Cough from irritation in larynx,
Short cough from tickling in larynx, after midnight every half hour, the more it is attempted to be repressed the more frequent and severe it becomes,
Hacking cough from a tickling at the epiglottis (immediately),
Hoarse, dry, loud cough,
Short, frequent, distressing, and uncontrollable cough, but without expectoration (1d.),
Frequent dry cough, with raw pain in chest, and smarting in larynx,
Violent cough, with painful shootings in different parts of chest, compelling him to lie always on the back, and preventing his lying on the side,
Cough, with shooting in chest,
Dry cough, with raw pain in chest, caused by change of temperature,
Cough very severe, with a peculiar dull tone, causing a great strain at the chest; almost dry,
Cough and pain in chest, increased toward evening, with oppression of the chest,
Violent dry cough, whereby a little fluid is brought into the mouth, of a sweetish salt taste, like blood, tasted only at the root of the tongue,
Frequent dry cough, with occasional expectoration of bright red blood (3d d.), (19b.).
Morning cough, with blood-streaked expectoration,
Frequent cough, with severe pains from the shock through the chest; expectoration sometimes brownish-red, rust-colored,
Violent dry cough, with cramp like constriction of the anus,
Cough, bringing tears into eyes,
Cough after drinking,
Cough during the heat of the body,
Dry cough very violent in the warm room,
Cough during sleep,
Severe cough from tobacco smoke (in one accustomed to smoke),
He (though accustomed to smoke) cannot smoke without constantly hemming and coughing, either because the epiglottis permits the entrance of smoke into the larynx, or because the epiglottis is more sensitive than usual (6h.),
Cough with viscid mucous expectoration,
Expectoration of blood (several).
Haemoptysis, , etc.
Expectoration of thin, frothy, white mucus, mixed with streaks of bright red blood,
Expectoration of blood and mucus, with raw sensation behind the sternum,
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