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Tongo - Chest symptoms

Diptrix Odorata, Seeds Of Coumarouna - A Tree In Guiana, Tonka, Tonquin Bean, Tong.

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



Burning below the xiphoid cartilage, and at the same time a fine stinging (after half an hour).

Burning in the region of the false ribs and cutting pain, which extends over the back, as if a sharp body was ploughing the skin (second day).

Rumbling and clucking in the first false ribs of the left side, in front of the pit of the stomach, in the afternoon (second day).

Sudden burning a hand's breadth below the right armpit, externally (first day).

When leaning towards the right side, while sitting, tensive burning in the region of the left ribs, a hand's breadth below the armpit (first day).

Burning in the region of the left false ribs, as if a tight string had entered the flesh, after dinner (first day).

Sudden and repeated burning, causing him to start, over the left lower ribs, in the a evening (first day).

Burning in the region of the right false ribs, as if a string or a garment was very tightly tied around them; pressure diminished it a little, and this place is then slightly sore on pressure (after one hour and a half).

Pain, a sort of cutting and bruised feeling, under the left breast, which passes thence toward the pit of the stomach and back again several times; it is relieved by pressing on the parts, but afterwards returns (first day).

Some very slight shootings, like stings, over the middle of the two first false ribs on the right side (after three-quarters of an hour).

Some sharp stingings in the eighth and ninth right ribs (first day).

Sharp stinging, severe, under the left chest as far as the armpit (second day).

Two sharp stingings in the seventh left rib, then over a larger surface; at the same time a sort of burning and darting in the outer chest.

Burning stinging in front under the left chest when raising oneself after stooping (first day).

Shooting and burning sensation under sides of the chest.


Sharp stitching deep in the chest, in one side, below the armpit, without relation to the respiration (second day).

Hoarse voice, with burning in the larynx (first day).

Transient irritation to cough in the larynx, forenoon (first day).

Hoarseness, with burning sensation in larynx.

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