Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Rumex Crispus in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Clavicular pain; raw pain just under each clavicle while hawking mucus from throat.
Pain in chest in both sides; dull aching in anterior part, with headache and belching.
Sharp stitching or stinging through l. lung.
Acute stitch along l. margin of sternum.
Burning stinging in l. side near heart; in whole l. chest suddenly when taking a deep inspiration while in act of lying down in bed at night.
At 3.30 p.m., while writing, at desk, stitches in substance of l. lung.
Burning, shooting pain in r. chest.
Pain in centre of l. lung.
Sternum feels sprained.
Great pressure and sense of depression in upper part of breast.
Very sharp pain in breast running r. to l.
Sharp cutting pain in l. breast at noon lasting an hour.
Sharp pain near l. axilla.
Dull pain in region of heart, with dull pain and heaviness in l. upper arm, esp. elbow.
Dull pain in heart on deep inspirations.
Burning in region of heart.
Sharp pain in l. side of heart.
Palpitation after supper; agg. going upstairs; violent with throbbing carotids.
Heart feels as if it suddenly stopped beating; followed by a heavy throbbing.
Severe stinging in region of heart, extending through chest to apex of l. scapula, with frequent desire to take a deep breath, which agg. the pain (afternoon for two or three hours).
Hoarseness agg. evenings voice uncertain.
Voice changes suddenly on two consecutive days at 2 p.m. rose several notes; higher with catarrh nasal.
Aphonia after exposure to cold.
(Reflex aphonia from tubercle of l. apex.).
Tenacious mucus in larynx, constant desire to hawk.
Violent irritation to cough in larynx while eating (at three meals).
(Cough all day, amel. lying down at night.).
Pain in top of larynx; mostly l. side.
Cough agg. by any irregularity of breathing.
Hoarse, hacking cough 11 p.m. and 2 to 5 a.m.
Cough with pain behind mid-sternum.
Pressure on throat = cough.
Dry, tickling, spasmodic cough, with tenderness in larynx and trachea, rendering cough quite painful.
Teasing periodical cough, agg. in cool air or by anything which increases the volume or rapidity of inspired air.
Cough agg. from changing rooms.
Cough originally caused by inhaling extremely cold air during winter, agg. lying down, esp. 11 p.m.
Cough provoked by change from cold to warm or warm to cold.
Cough agg. lying l. side; amel. lying r. amel. covering up mouth; amel. wearing respirator.
Sensation of breathlessness as if air did not penetrate chest; or as when falling or passing rapidly through the air.
Frequent feeling as if she could not get another breath.≡ more ...