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Bufo Rana - Chest symptoms - T.F. Allen

Poison Of The Toad, Rana Bufo Bufo.

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HPUS indication of Bufo Rana: Sadness

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Bufo Rana in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.

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Inflammation and swelling of the breasts,

Engorgement of the breasts,

Small knotty indurations and tumors, like scirrhus, on the breasts,

Large abscess forming sinuses in the breasts,

Milk vitiated, and often mixed with blood,

Sensation as if the breasts were drawn towards the abdomen,

Granulations and tubercles in the lungs,

Inflammation and swelling of the lungs especially on the left side, with severe, tiresome cough,

Weakness of the chest, with feeling as if it would collapse,

Feeling of rumbling and of numbness, beginning at the cardiac region and extending through the chest,

Oppression of the chest,

Oppression in the afternoon, two days running; the chest and heart feel tightly compressed,

Oppression of the chest, with palpitation, especially when walking rather fast, or in going upstairs,

Burning heat in the chest, as if there were a furnace in it,

Pressive pain in the chest, in a small spot, now here, now there, when walking (after five hours),

Cutting pains in the whole chest, accompanied by tickling and pricking,

Violent itching, which seems to come from the lungs, and often shifting about in the chest,

Smarting in the upper third of the sternum,

Around armpit

Boring, lancinating, digging, crampy, pinching, and gnawing pains, in the mammary and axillary glands,


Oppression and loss of breath when going upstairs,

Painful stitches in the chest, which cheek respiration,

Violent, sharp, short stitches, which impede respiration, as if piercing the deep pectoral muscles and the mammary gland, mostly on the right breast, several times a day at different times, lasting ten days (after twelve days),

Feeling as if there were two swellings at the upper part of the sternum, appearing to grow larger when in bed, impeding the respiration, and causing pain in swallowing anything, even saliva,

Membranous productions in the larynx,

Ulcers and tubercles in the larynx,

A great quantity of mucus obstructs the larynx and bronchi,

Burning sensation, and bleeding fissures in the larynx, with severe, jerking, and suffocative cough,

Sensation of contraction in the windpipe, and of heaviness in the chest,

Sense of compression of the larynx, with great difficulty in breathing,

After having cold feet, prickings in the larynx exciting a cough all day, and especially in the evening; the cough continues all night,

Throbbing, lancinating, and excoriative pains in the larynx,

Obstinate hoarseness,

Severe cough, excited by a constant tickling in the larynx,

Cough caused by a pricking in the larynx, only at night, and for several nights running, towards 1, or 3, or 4 o'clock, A.M.,

Cough excited by a stinging in the larynx, following coryza,

Thick cough, especially on waking, in the morning and in the evening, with cold sensation, followed by great heat, and congestion to the chest,

Cough after meals or from any emotion,

Motion increases the frequency of the cough, although it is equally troublesome during rest,

Violent cough, provoking vomiting,

Hoarse cough, with tearing sensation in the chest,

Deep, hollow cough, with lancinating and bruised pains, especially in the left side of the chest,

Dry, hacking cough, seemingly ameliorated by more frequent alvine evacuations,

Dry cough, with burning in the larynx and chest,

Cough, with expectoration of mucus and blood, or of blood only,

The cough occurs in the daytime, before a meal and in the room; it ceases during the night,

Clear, viscid expectoration, often without cough,

Copious expectoration, frothy, whitish, yellow, grayish, or greenish, and purulent,

Whistling respiration,

Whistling, difficult, rattling respiration,

The lungs seem always in want of air,

Attacks of paralysis of the lungs, and of suffocation,

Gradually increasing difficulty in breathing,

Difficult and noisy breathing,

Suffocation at night, towards 3 A.M., with restlessness in all the limbs, trembling of the hands, legs, and head; it seems as if everything, even in the head, were unsteady,

The patient cannot catch breath, and pants like a dog after too much running,

Dyspnoea, with inability to remain lying down; he is obliged to sit bent forward in order to breathe,

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