Kalmia Latifolia - Chest symptoms - ClarkeMountain Laurel, Kalmia, Kalm.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Kalmia Latifolia in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Pain in chest as from a sprain.
Shooting through chest above heart into shoulder-blade; pain in l. arm.
Stitches in lower chest.
Stitches below breast.
(False pleurisy of winter season.).
Rheumatism of muscles of thorax and back; agg. from every motion.
Fluttering of heart.
Palpitation up into throat, after going to bed, trembling all over; agg. lying on l. side; amel. lying on back; anxiety.
Severe pain in cardiac region, slow, small pulse (hypertrophy, dilatation, aortic obstruction).
Paroxysms of anguish about heart, dyspnoea, febrile excitement; rheumatic endocarditis, with consequent hypertrophy and valvular disease.
Wandering rheumatic pains in region of heart, extending down l. arm.
Quickened but weak pulse.
Pulse slow, weak; arms feel weak; scarcely perceptible, limbs cold; irregular; remarkably slow; 40 to 48; slow, very feeble.
Pressure like a marble from epigastrium towards heart, with strong, quick heart-beats; every beat has a strumming as if it would burst, along sternum to throat; third or fourth beat louder, followed by an intermission.
Shooting stabbing from heart through to l. scapula causing violent beating of heart.
Feverish heat with great pain in chest; agg. when breathing and from slightest motion.
Palpitation; with anxiety, suppressed breathing; with faint feeling; with dyspnoea, pain in limbs, stitches in lower chest; r.
Pressure as if one squeezed throat with thumb and finger.
Noise as from spasm of glottis when breathing.
Hoarseness with coryza.
Tickling in trachea.
Frequent cough caused by dryness or scraping in throat.
Expectoration easy, smooth, grey; tasting putrid; saltish.
Difficult and oppressed breathing; throat feels swollen, nausea.
Oppressed breathing with palpitation, anxiety; with pain (angina pectoris).≡ more ...