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Phosphorus - Chest symptoms - Hering

Phosphurus, Phosphorous, Phosphor, Phosphur, Phosph, Phos.

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HPUS indication of Phosphorus: Hoarseness
Common symptoms: Hoarseness, Apprehension, Bruises, Burns, Fear.

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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.



Stitches in left chest, better lying on right side.

Burning, piercing soreness and tension in chest.

Congestion to chest; anxiety; worse from any emotion; cramp between scapulae.

Broncho-pulmonary catarrh, with dilatation, or fatty degeneration of heart.

Pneumonia dryness of air-passages; excoriated feeling in upper chest; great weight on chest or tightness; chest sore, bruised; well-developed co-existing bronchitis; hepatization, especially of lower half on right lung.

Latter part of the period of deposit and early part of that of absorption.

Capillary bronchitis; pulmonary oedema.

Pleuritis; late stages; heart dilated; purulent infiltration.

Threatened paralysis of the lungs, prostration, viscid sweat; small pulse; face sunken; rattling in the windpipe.

Tuberculosis in the tall, slender or rapidly growing; repeated haemoptysis; great debility; frequent attacks of bronchitis.


Asthma, with fear of suffocation.

Oppression and anxiety in the chest, worse evening and morning.

Stridulous inspiration in evening in falling asleep; nightly suffocative spells, as if lungs were paralyzed.

Spasmodic contraction of chest.

Noisy, panting breathing.

Difficult inspiration, chest feels full and heavy, with tension.

Short breath after each cough; oppression and palpitation from a short walk; worse after evening.

Fulness in the chest, as after eating too much.

Heart and pulse

Disease of the right heart, with consequent venous stagnation.

Palpitation from every motion; with rush of blood to the chest, especially in the rapidly growing youth.

Great pressure on the middle of the sternum; orthopnoea; dyspnoea, with inability to exert himself; palpitation.

Dilatation of the heart, following endocarditis, or fatty degeneration.

Pulse accelerated, full and hard; sometimes double; small, weak and frequent.

Outer chest

Yellow spots on the chest.

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