≡ ▼

Sanguinaria Canadensis - Cough symptoms - Reversed & reworded Kent repertory

Blood Root Sang.


Available in 2C-30C, 200C, 1M-10M, 4X-30X, 30C, 200CH from $6.59
Purchase options
 
HPUS indication of Sanguinaria Canadensis: Headache
Common symptoms: Headache, Cough, Face flushed, Poison ivy.

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sanguinaria Canadensis in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.


Have you ever used Sanguinaria Canadensis? Yes No

< < Sanguinaria Canadensis- main page

COUGH

Cough

Morning

Afternoon

Evening

Night

Night; waking from the cough

In cold air

In open air

Asthmatic

With or after chill or fever; during fever

On becoming cold

going from warm, to cold

Constant

lying down

Croupy

Distressing

Dry cough

morning

afternoon

evening

lying down

night

sitting up

from cold air

flatulence

must sit up

while lying down

while sitting

disturbing sleep

spasmodic, exhausting cough, especially in children, worse at night, lying down and going to cold room to sleep

from tickling in larynx

on waking

From eating (including certain foods)

Burping, belching

Exhausting cough

Expectoration

Flatulence

Hacking cough

afternoon

evening

after lying down

from dryness in larynx

while eating

while lying down

from tickling in larynx

Sensations in throat and air passages (either from coughing, or causing coughing); sensation of crawling; larynx

sensation of crawling

throat-pit

dryness from coughing; larynx

from irritation in air passages; bronchia

from irritation in air passages; in larynx

from irritation in air passages; in throat-pit

sensation of foreign body in throat; in wind pipe

rawness in larynx excites cough

While lying down

evening

must sit up

night

bed

on first lying down

with head low

must sit up

during sleep

disturbs sleep

preventing sleep

woken by cough

Metallic sounding

Comes on suddenly

morning

night

Persistent

Rattling

Intermittent

night

lying

after whooping cough

In children; dry cough; spasmodic, exhausting cough, especially in children, worse at night, lying down and going to cold room to sleep

Tickling

from upper, middle region of abdomen,

larynx

in throat-pit

in wind pipe

Tormenting

Violent

On waking

Whistling

Whooping

≡ more ...