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Cicuta Virosa - Chest symptoms - T.F. Allen

Water Hemlock, Cicuta, Cic.


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HPUS indication of Cicuta Virosa: Hiccough

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


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CHEST

Chest

Burning about the nipple (after thee hours),

Pressure upon the chest, with at times deep inspiration,

Jumping in the chest, about the pit of the stomach (after one hour),

Front.

Pressure, as after a blow, and sore sensation on the lower end of the sternum, while walking,

Sides.

Some needle-like stitches beneath the last false ribs of the left side, on inspiration and expiration, which disappeared while standing and walking (after three hours),

Respiration

Tightness of the chest, so that she could scarcely breathe, the whole day (immediately),

Oppressed sensation in the chest, with deep respiration,

Pressive pain in the right pectoralis major, while walking slowly, afterwards in the left pectoral and intercostal muscles, without affecting respiration then in the left knee, in the external malleolus, in the right pectoral, right forearm, and radial side of the right wrist and dorsal surface at the base of the right fingers,

Respiration stertorous,

Slow, difficult respiration,

Respiration deep, labored,

Deep inspiration, while sitting,

Deep inspiration at times, more while sitting than while walking,

Respiration feeble and rattling,

Respiration very weak and scarcely perceptible,

Respiration uneven, stertorous, at times interrupted by hiccough,

Oppression of breathing,

Want of breath the whole day (immediately),

Heart and pulse

Praecordium.

Sudden sensation, as if the heart stopped, while walking,

Pain in the praecordial region,

Pain in the praecordium,

Sticking and burning pains in the praecordial region,

Pulse.

Pulse 90,

Pulse slow and full,

Pulse small and slow,

Pulse weak,

Pulse soft, small, and scarcely perceptible,

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