Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sulphuricum Acidum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Oppression on the chest, in the morning, with nausea.
So weak on the chest, that she could only talk with difficulty.
Fullness on the chest.
Pressure on the left side of the chest and in the pit of the stomach.
Drawing tension in the left side of the chest.
Dull pain in the middle of the sternum, as from a blow.
Shooting in the right side of the chest.
Violent shooting in the right side of the chest, frequent and continuous; by pressing upon it, the pain penetrates more deeply (5th d.).
Severe stitches in the sternum, on entering a room from the open air; these extend into the other side of the chest, deep within; in the evening (1st d.).
Dull stitches on the left side, near the sternum, on a cartilage of the ribs.
Sudden, dull stitch, violent and piercing, in the upper left side of the chest, extending into the back.
Shooting in the left side of the chest, worse during inspiration and coughing; while walking; relieved while resting.
Many violent stitches through the heart, by day and by night, with sore pain soon afterward.
Frequent single burning pains in the left side of the chest.
Burning frequently, on the outer left side of the chest, as from boiling water, now stronger, now weaker.
Stitches in front of the left axilla, on putting down a heavy load, then severe bruised pain on a large part of the sternum.
Pulsation more frequent by ten beats.
Small, quick pulse.
Asthmatic at times, for moments.
Oppression of the breathing and choking in the throat, often at night.
Shooting pressure on the chest and in the throat, checking the breath, equally violent standing and walking, improved by the open air, in continuous paroxysms.
Fine stitches, deep into the left side of the chest, with arrest of breathing, or with sensitiveness afterwards in a small spot on the left side, above the xiphoid cartilage.
Palpitation without anxiety, while the upper part of the body is thrust forward, while resting both arms on something, with inclination to breathing deeply, which can also be done without trouble.
Hiccups during the (customary) smoking of tobacco.
Hiccups at night.≡ more ...