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Calcarea Carbonica - Chest symptoms - Clarke

Carbonate Of Lime, Calc carb, Calcarea, Calcarea Carbonicum, Calc c, Calcium carbonicum, Calcarea Carbonica Ostrearum, Calcarea Carbonica Hahn. Cal carb, Calcarea carb, calc. carb., cal carb, Calc.

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HPUS indication of Calcarea Carbonica: Overwork
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Calc Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.

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Urgent inclination to inspire deeply.

Oppression at the chest, as if from congestion of blood, with tension, mitigated by bringing shoulder-blades together.

Anxious oppression of the chest, as if it were too narrow, and could not be sufficiently dilated.

Sensation of fatigue in the chest after speaking.

Anxious feeling in the chest.

Pressure on the chest.

Shocks in the chest.

Sensibility, and pain, as from excoriation, in the chest. esp. during inspiration and on being touched.

Burning in the chest.


Palpitation of the heart, also at night, or after a meal, sometimes with anxiety and trembling movements of the heart.

Shootings, pressure, and contraction in the region of the heart.

Pricking shootings in the muscles of the chest.


Pulse full, accelerated or tremulous.

Frequent attacks of transient heat, with anguish and beating of the heart.


Obstructed breathing on stooping, walking against the wind, or on lying down.

Sensation, as if respiration were obstructed between the shoulder-blades.

Wheezing respiration.

Shortness of breath, chiefly on ascending.

Great difficulty of respiration.

Shootings in the chest and the sides, esp. during movement, on breathing deeply, and when lying on the side affected.

Ulceration of the larynx.

Ulceration of the lungs.

Frequent or long-continued hoarseness.

Hoarseness (painless).

Sensation, as if something were torn loose in the trachea.

Abundant accumulation of mucus in the larynx and in the bronchia.

Cough, without expectoration, excited by a tickling in the throat, and often accompanied by vomiting.

Tickling cough, caused by a sensation of dust in the larynx.

Short cough in the day, as if from a feather in the throat.

Cough excited by playing on the piano, or by eating.

Cough in the evening, in bed, or at night, when asleep, or in the morning, and generally violent and dry (with expectoration during the day, but not at night), sometimes even spasmodic.

Cough, with expectoration of thick mucus; gray; bloody; purulent; tasting sour; or yellowish and fetid, generally at night, or in the morning.

Expectoration of purulent matter, on coughing.

Cough, with expectoration of blood, pain of excoriation in the chest, vertigo, and unsteady walk.

On coughing, pressure in the stomach, shootings or shocks in the head, and pains in the chest.

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