Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Tussilago Farfara in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Coughs; as an intercurrent medicine in phthisis pulmonalis.
Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Tussilago Farfara
Tus-p > general
petasites is "a genus of Compositae established for three or four species of Tussilago, which have the flower-heads partially dioeceous in racemes, sometimes branching into panicles. The essential characters which separate them from the common Coltsfoot (Tussilago farfara) are very slight, and the foliage is the same" (Treas. of Bot.). I retain the name of Tussilago petasites under which it is best known. Tussilago grows on river-banks that are little trodden on. "The roots are an admirable medicine in the worst kind of fevers with boils or buboes" (Green's Herbal). Kuchenmeister and five others took substantial doses. Most noticeable among the symptoms are a lumbago of very great severity. Tightness of the chest. (Tussilago means "cough-wort".) A headache shifting from one part of the head to another during two days. A pain about the pylorus. A urethritis, with yellow discharge. The last has been confirmed clinically. Hansen gives the indication "Acute or chronic gonorrhoea, yellow or white, thick discharge." Crawling in urethra.