Rumex Crispus - RelationshipsYellow Dock, Rumx.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Rumex Crispus in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Compare Hard, dry, tickling cough, agg. reading, agg. touching larynx, Cin. Asthma of consumptives agg. 2 a.m., Meph., Sticta Pulmonaria Sticta. Pains in left lung agg. moving; cough from change of temperature, Bryonia Bry. (Bryonia Bry. more when change is to warm air; Rx. c. more when to cold). Tickling cough from suprasternal fossa excited by speaking, Silicea Sil. Morning diarrhoea hurrying patient out of bed, Sulphur Sul. Annoying, tickling cough on lying down, Hyoscyamus Niger Hyo., Conium Mac Con. Urticaria, morning diarrhoea, Apis Mel Apis (opposite Conditions). Dry cough from tickling in suprasternal fossa agg. least cool air or deep inspiration, Belladonna Bell. Effects of tea, Thuja Thuj. Stitching pains in chest, pulsations, over whole body, Kali Carb K. ca. Tough mucus, Kali Bich K. bi.. Cough when eating, Calc Carb Calc. Burnt sensation in tongue, Ran. b. Stick in rectum, Aesculus AEsc. h. Cough agg. changing air, Spongia Tosta Spo., Phosphorus Pho. agg. Lying left side, Phosphorus Pho., Pulsatilla Pul. Raw sensation in larynx and trachea when coughing, Causticum Caust. Spurting of urine with cough, Causticum Caust., Pulsatilla Pul., Scil. Early morning diarrhoea, Aloe Socotrina Alo., Natrum Sulphuricum Nat. s., Podophyllum Peltatum Pod., Sulphur Sul. Skin symptoms agg. uncovering, Hep Sulph Calc Hep., Natrum Sulphuricum Nat. s., Oleander Oleand. Cough starting in throat-pit (Belladonna Bell. more in fauces; Phosphorus Pho. more in bronchi). Incessant cough and botan., Rx. ac. Diarrhoea and botan., Rheum Rhe. Botan., Fagopyrum Fago., Polyg., Lapath. Cough only during day, Fer., Manganum Metallicum Mang.
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Antidoted by Camphora Camph., Belladonna Bell., Hyoscyamus Niger Hyo., Conium Mac Con., Lachesis Lach., Phosphorus Pho.