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Phosphoricum Acidum - Chest symptoms - T.F. Allen

Phosphoric Acid, Phos acid, Acid Phos, Phos ac, Phos-ac, Phosph-ac, Phos. ac, Acidum phosphoricum Ph-ac.

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HPUS indication of Phosphoricum Acidum: Headache

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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Want of breath, on waking from a sleep of half an hour, in the forenoon, with uneasiness and perspiration of the body,

Respiration difficult and oppressed, with small stitches between the short ribs, mostly on the left side,

Exceedingly violent bronchitis, that seemed to be capillary, associated with fever, with exacerbation in the evening, dyspnoea, pressive pain under the sternum, violent sneezing, great thirst, violent coryza; the profuse secretions seemed to be purulent rather than slimy or serous,


Great hoarseness,

Cough and Expectoration.

At times inclination to cough, that causes only a few stitches in the palate, but no cough,

Cough seems to be caused by tickling with a feather, extending from the middle of the chest to the larynx,

Dry cough, caused by tickling, low down in the chest, just above the pit of the stomach; the cough is worse in the evening, after lying down,

Cough, caused by burning in the chest,

Constant irritable cough,

Cough causes headache, as if the skull would burst,

Cough, with vomiting of food,

Cough, with inclination to vomit,

Violent cough, that provokes vomiting, though without pain,

Cough, in the morning, with yellow expectoration,

Violent cough, with copious expectoration, causing pain in the abdomen,

Cough, with expectoration of an herby taste and odor,

Cough, with expectoration, preceded by fulness in the chest, on waking,

Cough, with hawking of mucus, that was thinner than usual (it is generally in little balls), (second day),

Expectoration of a salty taste, in the morning (fourth day),

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