Cinchona ( China ) Officinalis - Chest symptoms - ClarkeChina, Peruvian Bark, Chinchona, China Officinalis, Cinchona Officinalis , Chin.
Have you ever used China? Yes No
< < China- main page
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of China in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Difficult inspiration and quick expiration.
Fits of suffocation from mucus in the larynx, esp. in the evening, and at night on waking.
Pressure on the chest, sometimes as from a hard body, esp. on the sternum, and after a meal.
Stitches in the chest; diaphragm.
Nightly suffocative cough, with stitches in chest.
Cough, with pain in the larynx and sternum.
Stitches in the side; with great heat, pulse strong and hard, and fixedness of look.
Great congestion in the chest, and violent palpitation of the heart.
Heat, with dryness of the mouth, and of the lips, which are burning, redness of the face, headache, morbid hunger, delirium, pulse full and quick.
Pulse small, weak, hard and rapid, less frequent after eating; irregular.
Breathing, wheezing, crowing, rattling, tight, oppressed and painful.
Inclination to take a deep breath.
Difficulty of respiration and great oppression on the chest, with excessive anguish, as if from fulness of the stomach, or as if excited by too long a conversation.
Respiration difficult, and possible only when lying with the head very high.
Wheezing and groaning respiration.
Breathing laboured, loud and stertorous, with puffing, blowing out of cheeks.
Respiration short and quick.
Shootings in the chest, on coughing and on breathing.
Hoarseness, indistinct speech, and low voice when singing, in consequence of mucus difficult to detach from the larynx.
Shootings and scrapings in the larynx.
Sensation of soreness in the larynx and trachea.
Short, dry cough, as if produced by the vapour of Sulphur sulphur, in the morning, after rising.
Suffocating, nocturnal cough, with pains in the chest and in the shoulder-blades, so as to extort cries.
The cough is agg. in the evening, or after midnight from laughing; from continued talking; from lying with the head low from slightly touching the larynx; from a draught of air, after awaking; from loss of fluids.
Cough, with difficult expectoration of viscid mucus of a clear colour, painful shocks in the shoulder-blades and vomiting of convulsive cough, sometimes even with inclination to vomit.
Cough, provoked by laughing, drinking, eating, speaking and by breathing deeply, as well as by movement.
Expectoration of whitish mucus, mixed with blackish particles.
Suppuration of the lungs, after hćmoptysis (or frequent venesections) with stitches in the chest, which are agg. by pressure.
On coughing, expectoration streaked with blood.
Expectoration of purulent matter on coughing.
During the cough pressure on the chest, and pains as of excoriation in the larynx.
Spasm of the glottis.≡ more ...