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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Spongia Tosta in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Awakens from sleep with suffocative sensation.
Fixed, lancinating, and pressive pain in region of bronchia.
Spasmodic, constrictive pains in whole chest (and larynx).
Pain in chest, with dyspnoea.
Fulness and obstruction in chest.
Shootings in chest.
Burning sensation, which ascends into chest.
Burning; rawness, soreness in chest.
Pains and anxiety in region of heart.
Constricting, stinging, pressing pain in cardiac region.
Rheumatic affections of valves of heart (fibrous deposit on valves).
Pulse full, hard, and frequent.
Violent palpitation of heart, beats rapid (each beat was accompanied by a loud blowing as of a bellows), awakens him after midnight, with a sense of suffocation, loud cough, great alarm, agitation, anxiety, and difficult respiration.
Pulse full, hard, and quick.
Respiration, quick, anxious, and difficult, sometimes with fits of suffocation, and mucous rattling in chest.
Short, panting respiration, surging from heart into chest, as if it would force out upward.
Ebullition of blood (congestions) in chest after slightest effort and least movement, with obstructed respiration, anguish, nausea, and weakness, which induces syncope.
Palpitation of heart (before menstruation), with suffocation, violent gasping respiration, pain in heart.
Hoarseness (voice cracked); sometimes with cough and coryza.
Weak, husky voice, which fails in singing and conversation.
Pain in larynx on touching it, and on turning head.
Pressure in larynx when singing.
Sensation of obstruction (as from a plug) in larynx, with impeded respiration.
Dyspnoea amel. by bending the body forward.
Roughness and dryness in throat.
Burning pain in larynx and trachea.
Cough, proceeding from bottom of chest with pain as from excoriation and burning sensation.
Cough, with yellowish expectoration and hoarseness.
Great dryness of larynx, agg. from hawking.
Sensation in region of thyroid and cervical glands on breathing, as if forced in and out.
Hollow, dry, barking or whistling cough, day and night, agg. towards evening, and sometimes with pain in larynx.
Laryngeal cough, croupy-sounding, always goes away with a dose of Spongia Tosta Spo. (woman, 65.)
R. T. C.).
Cough, with expectoration of viscid mucus.
Expectoration scanty, of saltish mucus; tenacious, yellow, indurated, sour; loosened mornings but must be swallowed again; smelling like milk; of yellow mucus in little lumps; of cutaneous masses.
Dry cough, excited by a burning tickling in the larynx.
Slow and deep respiration, as from weakness.
Wheezing, whistling, sawing, anxious breathing; agg. during inspiration and when lying down (with violent labouring of abdominal muscles).
Mucous râle in trachea by fits.≡ more ...