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Nitricum Acidum - Chest symptoms - Clarke

Nitric Acid, Nit-ac, Nit ac, Acidum nitricum, Acid Nit Nit-ac.


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HPUS indication of Nitricum Acidum: Dry cough

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


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CHEST

Chest

Contractive cramps in chest.

Shooting and stitches in chest and sides (r. side and scapula).

Rapid congestion and inflammation of the lungs.

Heart

Dyspnoea, palpitation of the heart and anguish when going up stairs.

Congestion in chest, with anguish, heat, and palpitation of heart.

Nervous palpitation caused by slightest mental excitement.

Pulse very irregular; one normal beat is often followed by two small rapid beats

Pulse

the fourth entirely intermits; alternate hard, rapid, and small beats.

Respiration

Wheezing respiration, esp. during manual labour.

Obstructed respiration.

Shortness of breath.

Loss of breath and palpitation of heart on walking and going up stairs.

Pain, as from excoriation, in chest, on breathing and coughing.

Hoarseness, with coryza, cough, and shooting pains in throat.

Roughness in bronchia.

Bronchitis.

Scratching and stinging in larynx, with hoarseness; esp. when talking for a long time.

Whistling inspiration with râles.

Scraping and shootings in the trachea, esp. after reading aloud, or after a long conversation.

Cough, with shootings and pain in throat and chest, as if parts excoriated.

Cough only in day.

Dry, barking cough, esp. in evening, on lying down.

Violent, shaking, barking cough, caused by tickling in larynx and pit of stomach, with expectoration during day of blood, mixed with clots, or of yellow, acrid pus, tasting bitter, sour, or salt, and of offensive smell.

Cough, with vomiting.

Cough causing anxiety and vomiting of mucus and food.

Rough, dry cough before midnight.

Shaking cough at night, with obstructed respiration, almost as in whooping-cough.

When coughing, lancinations in loins, or pain in head, stomach, and hypochondria, or pain, as from excoriation, and shootings in chest.

Empyema with considerable muco-purulent sputum.

Purulent, yellowish expectoration with cough.

Short cough, with expectoration of black, coagulated blood.

Phthisis pulmonalis (after Kali Carb Kali carb.).

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