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Cinnabaris (Maercurius Sulphuratus Ruber) - Chest symptoms - T.F. Allen

Maercurius Sulphuratus Ruber, Mercuric Sulphide, Cinnabaris, Mercurius Sulfuratus Ruber, Mercurius sulfuratus niger, Mercurius Sulfutatus Ruber, Cinnabar, Mercury sulphide, Mercurius sulphuratus ruber, Cinnb.


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Common symptoms: Rectal lesions, Tickling cough.

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


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CHEST

Chest

Front.

Pain under lower point of sternum, extending to left side under short ribs,

Pain running near ensiform cartilage from the seventh rib on right side, diagonally through to the chest,

A severe pain extending from the cartilage of the seventh rib at its junction with the sternum, to the right hypochondriac region under the inferior border of the tenth rib, from 4 to 5 P.M. (second day),

Sticking in chest, just beneath sternum,

Sides.

Pain in upper part of left and right lung,

Pain on seventh rib of each side, in a spot as large as a quarter dollar, more on left side,

Respiration

Occasional pains in left side of chest, between cartilages of fifth and sixth ribs (second day). Returned in evening, in region of heart, of a sharp cutting character, producing difficulty in getting breath, while they continued (third day). Returned in forenoon, followed by wandering pains throughout whole chest (fourth day),

Soreness under right breast, near last true rib, particularly on drawing breath,

An inward soreness over the heart, extending along the left arm on taking a long breath,

Voice.

Hoarseness of the voice, in the morning, going off in two or three hours,

Every evening, hoarseness with crouplike cough,

Heart and pulse

Praecordium.

Heart's Action.

Nervous trembling of the heart, with anxiety, to which she was formerly subject, again returns, in evening,

Pulse.

Pulse at first rapid, intermitting, strong, afterwards tremulously weak,

Pulse, which was at 12 M. from 44 to 52, rose at 4 P.M. to 80,

Pulse 60, at noon; 80 in evening (second day),

Pulse 60 (second day),

Seems to lower the pulse in forenoon and make it irregular,

Throbbing-like pulse and sticking here and there near the sternum and beneath the short ribs, mostly when walking, least when sitting and lying,

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