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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Phosphorus in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Difficult inspiration; heaviness, fulness, and tension on chest.
Constrictive spasms in chest.
After a cough, asthma.
Fits of suffocation at night.
Pressure at chest.
Heaviness, fulness, and tension in chest.
Contractive spasms in chest.
Tearing in chest.
Lancinations in chest, and esp. in l. side, sometimes prolonged, or else when the parts are touched.
Burning pain as from excoriation in chest.
Inflammation of lungs (l. side).
Pneumonia nervosa (lungs hepatised).
Tuberculosis (phthisis mucosa).
Sensation of fatigue in chest.
Anguish in chest.
Congestion in chest, with sensation of heat which ascends to throat.
Pain under l. breast, when lying upon it.
Yellow spots on chest.
Pulse changed; quick, full, and hard; occasionally small and weak.
Noisy and panting respiration.
Difficult respiration, esp. in evening, with anguish in chest, agg. by sitting down.
Respiration oppressed, quick, anxious.
Obstructed respiration and oppression of chest of various kinds, esp. in morning or evening, as also during movement.
Palpitation of heart with obstructed respiration; palpitation from every mental emotion.
Hoarseness and scraping in throat, sometimes prolonged.
Aphonia, so as to be unable to speak except in a whisper.
Very painful sensibility of larynx, which prevents speaking.
Stitches, soreness, roughness, and dryness in the larynx.
Great sensibility of larynx with burning pain.
Dryness in trachea and chest.
Expectoration of mucus from larynx.
Cough excited by a tickling and itching in chest, or with hoarseness and sensation as if chest were raw.
Hollow, hacking, spasmodic, tickling cough, esp. if caused by tickling in chest; at night, preventing sleep.
Cough with shootings in throat, chest, and scrobiculus, sometimes only at night.
Dry cough every day, which continues several hours, with pains in stomach and abdomen.
Cough with stitches over one eye.
Cough from a change in the weather and from strong odours; from lying on l. side or on back.
Cough from going from warm into cold room (H. N. Martin).
Dry, shaking cough, with sensation as if head were going to burst, excited by cold air, by drinking, or by reading aloud.
Cough with vomiting.
Cough excited by laughing.
Dry cough, as if caused by tubercles, or chronic pneumonia.
Cough in paroxysms, brings up a viscid, muco-purulent expectoration, branched like the bronchial tubes.
Cough with purulent and saltish expectoration, esp. morning and evening.
Cough with expectoration in morning, without expectoration in evening; expectoration frothy, pale red, rust-coloured, streaked with blood; white and tough; cold mucus, tasting sour or sweet; transparent mucus in morning after rising.
Greenish expectoration from cough.
Cough with expectoration of slimy mucus or of blood, with smarting in chest.
Heart and pulse
Anxiety about heart with nausea and a peculiar hunger, somewhat amel. by eating, distressing even in bed.
Sensation of warmth about r. side of heart.
Pressure; heaviness; aching in heart.
Rush of blood to heart and palpitation, that becomes very violent after eating.
Palpitation of heart of different kinds, esp. after a meal, morning and evening, as also when seated, and after all kinds of mental excitement.
Violent palpitation with anxiety, evenings and mornings in bed; on slight motion.
Blowing sounds in heart.
Pressure in middle of sternum and about heart.
Pulse rapid, full, and hard; small, weak, easily compressed.≡ more ...