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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Ignatia in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Feeling of suffocation on running.
Aching of the chest.
Constriction of the chest.
Shootings in the chest and in the sides, excited by flatulency (flatulent colic).
Palpitation of the heart at night, with shootings in the heart, or else in the morning on waking, as well as when meditating, and during repose.
Throbbing in the chest.
Sticking in precordial region on expiration.
Anxious feeling in precordia; sinking sensation and emptiness at stomach; constriction, with anxiety and disposition to cry.
Pulse hard, full and frequent, or very variable.
Desire to draw a long breath.
Difficulty of respiration, and oppression of the chest, esp. at night (after midnight).
Oppressed breathing, alternating with convulsions.
Difficult respiration, as if hindered by a weight upon the chest.
Shortness of breath when walking, and cough as soon as one stands still.
Sensation of soreness in the larynx.
Constrictive sensation in the trachea and larynx.
Voice feeble, inability to speak loud.
Catarrh, with coryza and headache.
Cough, excited by a sensation of constriction at the fossa of the neck, as from the vapour of Sulphur sulphur.
Hollow spasmodic cough, caused in the evening from a sensation of vapour or dust in the pit of the throat; in the morning, from a tickling above the pit of the stomach, with expectoration in the evening difficult, tasting and smelling like old catarrh. (Whooping-cough).
Obstinate nocturnal cough.
Dry cough, sometimes with fluent coryza.
Cough, continuing equally day and night.
The longer he coughs the more the irritation to cough increases.
Dry, hoarse cough.
Spasmodic shaking cough.
Short cough, as from a feather in the throat, becoming stronger from repetition (the more he coughs, the more he wants to).
Hoarse dry cough, excited by a tickling above the stomach.≡ more ...