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Hepar Sulphuris Calcareum - Chest symptoms - Clarke

Hahnemann's Calcium Sulphide, Hepar, Hepar sulph, Hepar Sulfuris Calcareum, Hepar sulfur, Hepar Sulf, Hep Sulf, Hepar Sulph Calc, Hep.

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HPUS indication of Hepar Sulphuris Calcareum: Croupiness

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

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Soreness in the chest.

Attacks of suffocation, which force the patient to throw back the head.

Weakness of the chest; cannot talk from weakness.

Tenacious mucus in the chest.

Spasmodic constriction of the chest.

Pimples and furunculi on the chest, with lancinations, and pain as of excoriation on the part being touched.


Violent palpitation of the heart, with fine stitches in the heart and l. half of chest.

Irritability of the heart.


Pulse hard, full, accelerated; at times intermitting.


Anxious, hoarse, wheezing respiration, with danger of suffocation on lying down.

Shortness of breath.

Frequent want to breathe deeply, as after running.

Shootings in the chest on breathing and walking.


Pain and great sensitiveness (to cold) of the larynx, with weak and rough voice, emaciation, hectic fever, and sleeplessness.

Rattling breathing (during sleep).

Swelling below the larynx.

Roughness in the throat.

Croup, with swelling under the larynx.

Permanent pain in the larynx, agg. by pressure, speech, coughing, and breathing.

Weakness of the organs of speech, and of the chest, causing a hindrance to speak loud.

Cough, excited by irritation or pain in the larynx.

Titillation as from dust in the throat, inducing cough, which is deep, wheezing, with expectoration, only in the morning, of mucus, bloody, or like pus, generally tasting sour or sweet.

Cough, deep and dull, excited by difficulty of respiration.

Suffocating, violent cough, with retching.

Cough, similar to whooping-cough.

Cough after drinking.

Dry cough, in the evening, on taking cold in any part of the body, or when lying on the bed.

Cough worse from evening till midnight.

Cough caused by a limb getting cold; from eating or drinking anything cold; from cold air; when lying in bed; from talking, crying.

Attacks of dry, rough, and hollow cough, with anguish and suffocation, often ending in lachrymation.

Barking cough.

Cough, with spitting, of blood.

Cough, with abundant expectoration of mucus.

Ringing, and pain in the head during the cough, as if it were going to burst.

Sneezing after the cough.


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