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Coccus Cacti - Ears symptoms - T.F. Allen

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HPUS indication of Coccus Cacti: Spasmodic cough

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




Constant pressive-tensive pain in the left mastoid process,

Drawing pain on the convex surface of the left concha, especially severe on touch,

Violent biting-sticking in the left antitragus,

A pressive sticking pain above and behind the left ear, increased to a painful burrowing congestion, that only seldom remitted, and when worst extended not only to the left side of the neck and clavicular region, but also to the last back teeth of the left lower jaw and the left side of the occiput,

Drawing-tearing pain upon and behind the left ear, followed by constant roaring in it,

Severe and deep stitches in front of the left ear, between the antitragus and zygoma,

Frequent biting stitches in the left antitragus,

Pain in the region of the right parotid gland, followed by a similar pain in the submaxillary gland under the tongue, with constant accumulation of saliva in the mouth,


Stoppage of both ears, with sensation of pressure in the meatus auditorius (sixth day),

Sensation as if the external auditory passages were closed, with crackling in the right ear (aggravation of the usual roaring in the ear),

Feeling as though the left ear were stopped, or the hearing impeded, with tensive-pressive pain in the left mastoid process, extending to the clavicular region of the left side and to the last back teeth of the lower jaw; aggravated by lying upon the ear, lasting the whole day, with short intervals,

Pressive pain in the right Eustachian tube, aggravated by turning the head to the right side and on swallowing; this occurred suddenly an hour before dinner, and suddenly and completely disappeared after warm soup (seventh day),

Drawings in the right ear, and also at times in the left,

Drawing in the right meatus auditorius, lasting the whole evening,

Frequent painful drawing within the right ear,

Painful cramplike drawing within the right ear,

A drawing pain within the right ear, which at times became sticking, with great roaring in the left ear,

Severe stitches in the left ear,

Violent stitches within the right ear, followed by aching in the back teeth of the right upper jaw,

Biting stitch in the right meatus auditorius, and in the right temporal region,

Transient drawing-twinging pain within the left ear,

Throbbing pain within the left ear synchronous with the pulse,

Rhythmical throbbing in the ear upon which he was lying (first day),

Tickling and itching in the left meatus auditorius, frequently repeated through the day, and afterwards becoming a pressure in the concha (third day),

Tickling and voluptuous itching in both ears, from the external canal through the inner ear to the mouth, lasting only fifteen or twenty seconds,

Itching in the right external meatus auditorius, obliging him to bore in with the finger,

Itching and roaring in the left ear,

Much itching within the left ear,

Severe itching and roaring in the left ear,

Itching within the ear is especially noticed on going from the cold air into the warm room,


Impaired hearing,

Difficulty in hearing, as if the ears were stopped with cotton,

The left ear seems stopped, so that he hears less distinctly than usual,

Cracking in the left ear on empty swallowing,

Cracking in the left ear and a sensation as though earwax would flow from it, on swallowing saliva,

Loud ringing within the left ear, with bruised pain about the outer left ear, especially in the mastoid process; the pain extends down the left side of the neck to the clavicular and pectoral regions,

Great roaring in the ears, as from a storm in a forest,

Extremely troublesome roaring in the left ear,

Seething-roaring in the left ear,

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