Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of China in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Loud, coarse rales, great debility, anaemia; oedema of legs.
Pneumonia after hemorrhages, bleeding or with bilious symptoms; or incipient gangrene.
Pressure in chest as from violent rush of blood, violent palpitation; bloody sputum; sudden prostration.
Phthisis of drunkards, suppuration of lungs.
Cannot bear percussion or even auscultation, chest so sensitive.
Haemoptysis with subsequent suppuration of lungs; stitches in chest worse from slight touch.
Stitches in right chest up to axilla, prevents bending forward and breathing; stitches in left chest; stitches under sternum worse during deep breathing and sudden movements.
Asthma, looks as if dying; worse autumn, wet weather, or after depletion.
Cannot breathe with head low.
Wheezing, whistling inspiration, crowing, rattling, oppressed and painful.
Oppression of the chest; also evenings, lying down.
Nightly suffocative fits; spasmodic cough.
Suffocative catarrh, and paralysis of lungs of old people.
Rattling in chest; loud sounds through the nose.
Inspiration slow, difficult; expiration quick, blowing, short.
Oppression of chest, as from fulness of stomach; also continued talking.
Heart and pulse
Palpitation with rush of blood to face, heat and redness of face, with cold hands; after loss of fluids.
Pulse frequent, small, hard; more quiet after meals; feeble, rapid; unequal, intermitting.≡ more ...