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Hyoscyamus Niger - Chest symptoms - Clarke

Henbane, Hyoscy, Hyos, Hyoscyamus Hyos.


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HPUS indication of Hyoscyamus Niger: Twitching
Common symptoms: Twitching, Falls suddenly, Jerks, Spasms.

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


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CHEST

Chest

Shootings in the sides of the chest.

(Inflammation of the lungs.)

Heart

Pressure, tightness, and anxiety in precordial region.

Oppression of heart with transient stitches.

Tearing, sticking in heart.

Violent stitch in precordial region.

Soreness in spots to l. of nipple alternating with stitches.

Soreness, tightness of heart region.

Heart's action violent; tremulous; irregular.

Palpitation, unable to move body without greatest anxiety; apprehension of suffocation, or swooning; unquenchable thirst in morning; frequent copious discharge of limpid urine.

Pulse full, hard, strong; rapid, intermitting; slow, small; scarcely perceptible.

Pulse

Pulse quick (full hard), with swelling of the veins (arteries).

Respiration

Slow, rattling breathing.

Oppression, and embarrassed and rattling respiration.

Pressure on r. side of chest, with great anxiety and shortness of breath, on going up stairs.

Spasms in the chest, with shortness of breath, which forces the patient to bend forward.

Catarrh, with accumulation of mucus in the larynx and in the trachea, rendering the speech and the voice indistinct.

Constant cough when lying down, which ceases on rising up.

Fits of coughing, as in the whooping-cough.

Cramp-like cough at night, esp. when lying down, sometimes with redness of the face, and vomiting of mucus.

The cough is agg. at night (after midnight), when at rest, during sleep, in the cold air, from eating and drinking.

Dry, shaking, sobbing cough, with pain, as of excoriation, in the abdominal muscles.

Dry, spasmodic cough at night (in old persons) from continuous tickling in the throat (as if the palate or uvula were too long).

Greenish expectoration with the cough.

Cough, with expectoration of blood, and convulsions.

Violent spasmodic cough; short consecutive coughs, caused by a tickling sensation in the throat, as if some mucus were lodged in it; during the day, expectoration of saltish-tasting mucus, or of bright-red blood, mixed with clots.

Haemoptysis, blood bright-red with spasms.

Haemoptysis of drunkards.

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