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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A very acute sense of smell.
The tip of the nose itches, he must scratch it.
Tingling and burning on the nose.
A little pimple on the tip of the nose, with throbbing in it, and pain when touched.
Swelling of the dorsum of the nose, with red spots, also on the sides; these come and again disappear, with a sensation of tension.
Itching scab on the lower part of the septum of the nose.
From the posterior nares a bitter mucus frequently flows into the fauces and the mouth.
Flow of pus from the nose.
Bleeding from the nose and frequent expulsion of blood, when blowing it.
Catarrhal fever; all his limbs are painful and he has no relish for anything.
Contractive pains, as it were, constricting the pit of the throat, worse when bending the neck.
Roughness in the throat, impeding speech.
Excitation to cough at times, causing, however, merely a few stitches in the palate, but no cough.
Excitation to cough, from a tickling in the pit of the throat.
Cough, as if caused by the tickling of a feather, from the middle of the chest to the larynx.
Constant excitation to cough.
Cough, caused by burning in the chest.
Severe cough, which causes heaving for vomiting, but without pain.
Cough, with inclination to vomit.
Cough, with vomiting of food.
Dry cough, caused by tickling deep in the chest, just above the scrobiculus cordis; the cough is worst in the evening, after lying down.
Cough, with expectoration, after the chest felt full on awaking.
Violent cough, with copious expectoration, causing the abdomen to pain.
Cough, in the morning, with yellow expectoration.
Cough with an expectoration having an herb-like taste and smell.
Before the cough, the child cries in advance, on account of the pains in the abdomen.
Headache from cough, as if the skull would burst open.
Stoppage from mucus in the nose.
Violent coryza, while the edges of the nose are red.
During the cough and the fluent coryza, burning in the chest and in the throat, extending into the mouth, even while she was not coughing.≡ more ...