Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Hep Sulph Calc in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Tickling in the throat, and a sensation of fusty vapor, causing cough.
Scrapy, scratchy cough.
Suffocative cough, caused merely by tightness of the chest.
Deep, dry cough; from tightness of the chest when inspiring; with pain extending up into the chest at every impulse of coughing.
Violent fits of coughing, from time to time, threatening suffocation or vomiting.
Cough, so much aggravated by taking a deep breath that it causes him to vomit.
Cough, exciting to vomiting.
Violent, deep cough of several impulses, striking painfully against the larynx and causing retching.
An almost uninterrupted cough from an irritation in the upper part of the left side of the throat, which is worst when talking and stooping; late in the evening it always increases, and then suddenly ceases.
Tussiculation, at once after a meal.
The cough torments him most while walking.
Fit of coughing, as if from a cold or over-sensitiveness of the nervous system, as soon as the least member of the body becomes cool.
Morning cough, which often wakes her from sleep.
Cough, in the evening and morning.
She is much tormented by cough in the evening.
In the evening, impulses of dry cough.
From time to time, dry, painless, short cough.
In the evening, on going to sleep, dry cough (aft. 4 d.).
At night, from eleven to twelve o'clock, in bed, violent cough (with expectoration of mucus).
Cough, day and night.
Cough, with expectoration.
Cough, with expectoration of mucus, the whole day, excited by a scraping irritation in the windpipe, but especially in the throat.
Cough, with much expectoration, every three or four hours a violent fit; but not waking from sleep at night.
Expectoration of sourish mucus at night, almost without cough.
Tenacious mucus in the chest (aft. 5 d.).
Bloody expectoration from the chest, with crossness and lassitude.
Coughing of blood, after previous sensation as of a hard body in the scrobiculus cordis; followed by fetid perspiration, then weakness in the head.
During coughing, obtuseness of the whole head, with throbbing in the forehead and temples.
During coughing, violent resounding throbbing in the head.
During coughing, stitches in the throat and headache as if everything were coming out at the forehead.
During coughing, burning in the stomach.
After the fits of coughing, sneezing.≡ more ...