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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Antimonium Tartaricum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Stomach; Difficult deglutition of liquids
Thirst for cold water, little and often, and desire for apples, fruits, and acids generally
Pressure in abdomen, especially on stooping forward
Diarrhoea in eruptive diseases.
Burning in urethra during and after urinating
Last drops bloody with pain in bladder
Catarrh of bladder and urethra
Great rattling of mucus, but very little is expectorated
Velvety feeling in chest
Burning sensation in chest, which ascends to throat
Rapid, short, difficult breathing; seems as if he would suffocate; must sit up
Emphysema of the aged
Coughing and gaping consecutively
Bronchial tubes overloaded with mucus
Cough excited by eating, with pain in chest and larynx
Edema and impending paralysis of lungs
Much palpitation, with uncomfortable hot feeling
Pulse rapid, weak, trembling
Dizziness, with cough
Cough and dyspnoea better lying on right side - (opposite Badiaga Badiaga).
Dyspnoea relieved by eructation
Spasmodic cough, much flatus
Vomiting in any position, excepting lying on right side
Nausea produces fear; with pressure in precordial region, followed by headache with yawning and lachrymation and vomiting.≡ more ...