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Kali Carbonicum - Chest symptoms - Clarke

Carbonate Of Potassium, Kali Carb, Kali-Carb, Kali-carb, Kalium Carbonicum Kali-c.


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HPUS indication of Kali Carbonicum: Wheezing

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


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CHEST

Chest

Stitches in sternum and r. side of chest through to back, when taking an inspiration.

Tearing in sides of chest.

Spasmodic asthma (in the morning); amel. by sitting up and bending forward, resting head on knees).

Anxious oppression at chest.

Wheezing in chest.

Oppression at chest, as from hydrothorax.

Pain in chest when speaking.

Cramp in chest, sometimes on coughing.

Sensation in chest as if heart were compressed.

Inflammation of lungs (and liver) with stitches in chest (r. side).

Suppuration of lungs; abscesses of lungs.

Weakness and faintness in chest from walking fast.

Small pimples on chest and back.

Incisive pains in chest.

Heart

Palpitation of heart (sometimes with anguish), esp. in morning on waking, with ebullition of blood.

Frequent and violent palpitation; with anxiety.

Palpitation when he becomes hungry.

Burning in region of heart.

Crampy pain in region of heart.

Stitches about heart and through to scapula.

Pinching pain in or by heart, as if heart were hanging by tightly drawn bands; agg. on deep inspiration, on coughing; not noticed on motion of body.

On lying on r. side, heart feels suspended to l. ribs.

Feels pulse over whole body to tips of toes.

Pulse slow.

Pulse

Frequent intermissions of beats of heart.

Pulse very variable; frequently more rapid in morning than in evening; strong pulsations in arteries.

Respiration

Difficult respiration.

Shortness of breath in morning.

Respiration impeded on walking quickly, or in morning.

Obstructed respiration awakes him at night.

Pressure, burning pain, and shootings in chest, sometimes on breathing.

Hoarseness and roughness in throat, with violent sneezing.

Aphonia (with violent sneezing).

Easy choking.

Sensation as of a plug in larynx.

Cough on moving arm (when playing the violin).

Cough, excited by a tickling.

Dry cough, esp. at night, and in evening; in morning with expectoration.

Night cough; agg. from 3 to 4 a.m.

Cramp-like cough, with inclination to vomit, and vomiting, esp. in morning.

Shootings in throat, or chest, while coughing.

Expectoration difficult; or, small round lumps come flying from mouth without effort.

Spasmodic cough, in short but frequently returning attacks, caused by a tickling in the throat and larynx; during morning and day cough is loose, but the yellow pus and tough mucus has to be swallowed again.

Cough with sourish expectoration, or of blood-streaked mucus, or of pus.

During cough, rough pain in larynx; stinging in throat; stitches in r. side of chest (lower part); sparks dart from eyes; asthma.

Whooping-cough (with inflammation of lungs; with swelling between upper eyelid and eyebrows, and agg. from 3 to 4 a.m.).

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