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Euphrasia Officinalis - Throat symptoms - T.F. Allen

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HPUS indication of Euphrasia Officinalis: Eye irritation

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


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THROAT

Throat

(The nose is quite free from catarrh, and the usual course of the disease has transferred it to the larynx and trachea, but the clearing of the throat is remarkably suppressed, and the difficulty of breathing very great), (fifth day),

Isthmus faucium somewhat painful (twentieth day),

Larynx

No hoarseness in the evening, in spite of reading a long time; felt at last, however, a pressure in the larynx, as if its calibre were diminished (sixth day),

Irritation of the larynx, impelling him to cough, followed by tensive pressure beneath the sternum (first day),

Voice.

Voice somewhat hoarse, in the morning (tenth day),

Cough and Expectoration.

Cough only during the day, not at night,

Cough worse during the day, with mucus in the chest, which cannot be loosened,

Sudden violent cough, caused by tickling in the larynx, ceasing after a few seconds (six hours after dose, sixteenth day),

Profuse expectoration of mucus by voluntary hawking, for several days,

Difficult respiration, even in the room,

Deep inspiration is difficult, even while sitting,

Shortness of breathing (fourth day),

Shortness of breathing, immediately on getting into bed and assuming a horizontal posture, whereby inspiration seemed to him to have a sobbing character, and sound similar to, but much weaker than, the sobbing of a child after crying (fourth day),

While coughing he has no breath, almost as in hooping-cough,

Constant waking from sensation of suffocation, so that he was obliged to sit upright and cough, during the midday sleep (apparently caused by mucus in the posterior nares), (third day),

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