Ledum Palustre - Chest symptoms - ClarkeMarsh-tea, Ledum, Led.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Ledum Palustre in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Constrictive oppression of chest, agg. by movement, and walking.
Burning in chest.
Shootings in chest, esp. on raising or moving arms.
Eruption on the chest, resembling sheep-rot.
Gnawing itching in chest, with red spots and miliary eruption.
Pain, as from excoriation under sternum.
Pushing or pressing inward at l. edge of sternum; palpitation; also in haemorrhage.
Obstructed and painful respiration.
Spasmodic and sobbing respiration (double inspiration) as after weeping bitterly.
Respiration obstructed when going up stairs.
Pain in chest on breathing, as if there were something alive in it.
Tickling in larynx.
Cough, preceded by suffocating suspension of respiration (and opisthotonos).
Fatiguing spasmodic cough, which resembles whooping-cough.
Tiresome cough, chiefly in morning, with yellowish expectoration and irritation in chest, and palpitation of heart.
Cough, with purulent expectoration, esp. in morning or at night.
Greenish expectoration of a fetid smell, during fit of coughing.
Hollow shaking cough, with expectoration of bright red blood.
Haemoptysis, bright blood.
Phthisis, preceded by history of neuralgia and rheumatism in head and limbs, with inflammatory tendency (Van den Berghe).
Tingling of trachea (bronchitis).≡ more ...