Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Acid Phos in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Capillary bronchitis, agg. evenings, with fever, pain under sternum, then violent sneezing, thirst and coryza, profuse, purulent secretion.
Spasmodic and contractive oppression of chest, as if tightened.
Weakness in chest after speaking.
Pressure at chest often spasmodic or incisive.
Pressive pain in middle of chest, agg. when expiring; felt as if sternum would be pressed out; agg. by pressure with hand, stooping, coughing, &c.
Pressure behind sternum rendering inspiration difficult.
Lancinations in sides of chest.
Burning and pressure in chest.
Pulse irregular, sometimes intermitting one or two beats, generally small, weak, or frequent, at times full and strong.
Shortness of breath and inability to speak long, from weakness of chest.
Great hoarseness and roughness in throat.
Pain in pit of throat, which contracts throat.
Cough excited by a tickling and a scraping in larynx; or above epigastrium, which is dry in evening, and with a yellowish-white expectoration in morning.
The cough is agg. morning and evening; during rest if one sits or lies long in the same position; after sleeping; from cold air; from loss of fluids.
(Cough after food of any kind.).
Cough with (nausea) vomiting of food and headache; involuntary emission of urine.
During cough expectoration (of dark blood, or of tough white mucus, lasting acid), having an herbaceous smell and taste.
Cough with purulent (very offensive) expectoration and pains in chest.
Salty expectoration in morning.
Heart and pulse
Stitches through heart.
Palpitation in young persons growing too fast; after onanism.
Pulse irregular, with irregular beating of heart; pulse intermitting.
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