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Kalmia Latifolia - Chest symptoms - Hering

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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 the chest as a sprain.

Shooting through chest above heart, into shoulder blades; with pain in left arm.


Pressure like a marble from epigastrium toward the heart, with a strong, quick heart-beat. Every beat has a strumming, as it would burst, along sternum to throat. The third or fourth beat is harder, and is followed by an intermission.


Difficult and oppressed breathing; the throat feels swollen; nausea. θ Rheumatism.

Oppressed and short, which obliges him to breathe quickly, involuntarily.

Dyspnoea and pain. θ Angina pectoris.

Heart and pulse

Wandering, rheumatic pains in region of heart; shooting pains above heart through to scapula.

When articular rheumatism has been treated externally, and cardiac symptoms ensue.

When the pains suddenly leave limbs and go to heart.

Hypertrophy and valvular insufficiency, or thickening after rheumatism.

Severe pain in cardiac region, with slow, small pulse. θ Hypertrophy with dilatation and aortic obstruction.

Paroxysm of anguish about the heart, dyspnoea, febrile excitement; rheumatic endocarditis, with consequent hypertrophy and valvular disease.

Attacks of angina pectoris. θ Fatty degeneration of heart.

Palpitation, dyspnoea, pain in limbs, stitch in lower part of chest; right-sided prosopalgia.

Palpitation, up into throat, after going to bed; trembling all over; worse lying on left side; better lying on the back; anxiety.

Palpitation. θ Gastralgia.

Pulse slow, weak; arms feel weak; pulse scarcely perceptible, limbs cold.

Slow, small pulse. θ Hypertrophy of heart.

Pulse slow and feeble. θ Angina pectoris.

Remarkable slowness of the pulse, 48 in the minute. θ Neuralgia.

Quickened but weak pulse. θ Rheumatism of heart.

Pulse only slightly accelerated and in many instances slow. θ Acute rheumatism.

Outer chest

Pleuritis falsa in winter season.

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