Ammi visnaga = Khella = Zahnstocherkraut/= Echter Ammei.
Datura stramonium = Stechapfel. GifTIG! Besonders giftig sind die Samen mit den Alkaloiden Atropin und Hyoscyamin, die bronchien-erweiternd wirken.
Aufgrund des schwankenden Alkaloidgehalts und nicht ausreichend belegter Wirkung bei Asthma (in der traditionellen Heilkunde wurden die Blätter verwendet)
wird die Anwendung der Droge bei Asthma heute abgelehnt.
Lobelia inflata = Aufgeblasene Lobelie. Sie war früher auch zur Anregung des Atemzentrums und als Antiasthmatikum gebräuchlich. Man isolierte daraus das Alkaloid Lobelin. Man setzte die Droge beziehungsweise ihre Zubereitungen lange Zeit (mit begrenztem Erfolg) als Asthmamittel ein. Heute ist die Droge obsolet (veraltet).
Die Indianer Nordamerikas nutzten die Pflanze als Tabakersatz und als Brechmittel. Etliche Lobelienarten sind beliebte Gartenpflanzen.
Ephedra, auch Meerträubel
[Dr. S.M. Gunavante]
Hyper.: Asthma; injury, spine
In Asthma the diet plays a vital role. Thus, the use of white flour, eggs, white sugar, meat, fish, milk, curd and puddings should be avoided.
Kindliches Asthma: Morgan-Bach.
Asthma in Infants
Ip.: with spasms, danger of suffocation and bluish face yield to Ipecac.
Samb.: occurring during sleep, with screams, dry and husky cough and anxiety.
Laur. or Mosch.: spells seems to be excited by some abnormal condition of the heart
Phos.: tall slim children
Viol-t.: [Dr. Julian] Drainage of a child’s skin. Has proved to be an excellent pulmonary drainage in infantile asthma.
China in Asthma. Indicated when there are suffocative fits in the evening in bed; appears as if dying ; cough, with difficult expectoration of clear, tenacious mucus;
<: at night; >: every other day;
Schüssler Salzen: Calc-f. Calc-p. Kali-m.
Cardiac asthma: Kali-p. Nervous asthma: Nat-m. Nat-p. Nat-s. Sil.
Remedies in general: Ip. Ars. Nat-s. Dulc. Kali-c. Ant-t. Kali-bi. Hep. Psor. Nux-v. Carb-v. Sulph. Sil. Tub. Bac. Dros. Med.
Spasmodic - Ip. Ars.
Dry - Ars.
After autumn fever - Nat-s. Ip. Ars.
< damp weather - Nat-s. Dulc.
< dry and cold weather - Hep. Spong.
Extracts of turmeric have exhibited anti-allergic properties while the oil of Curcuma longa showed positive results in patients with bronchial asthma
Eaton’s Domestic Practice for Parents and Nurses- Morton M. Eaton
Repertory: [Pran Choudhary]
Head: Pain # asthma: ang. glon. kali-br
Nose: Coryza-annual with asthmatic breathing: Ars. Ars-i. Bad. Carb-v. Dulc. Euph. IOD. kali-i. lach. Naja. nat-s. Nux-v. Sabad. sang. sil. Sin-n. stict
Sneezing-Hay asthma with: Ars. Carb-v. Dulc. Euph. lach. Naja. Nat-s. Nux-v. sin-n. stict
Face: Discoloration: Bluish in asthma: Stram. Tab
-------- Appears as if dying < at night - Chin.
Cough: Asthmatic (see also asthmatic under Respiration): Acon. Alum. Am-c. am-m. ambr. anac. ANT-T. aral. arg-n. arn. ARS. Ars-i. asa. aspar. bar-c. bar-m. Bell. Brom.
bry. calad. calc. calc-s. carb-an. carbn-s. Carb-v. caust. Cham. Chin. chin-a. chlor. cic. CINA. coc-c. cocc. con. cor-r. croc. Crot-t. CUPR-met. dig. dol. DROS. dulc.
Euph. euphr. Ferr-met. ferr-ar. ferr-i. ferr-p. guai. Hep. hyos. ign. iod. Ip. Kali-ar. kali-bi. Kali-c. Kali-chl. Kali-n. Kali-p. Kreos. Lach. Lact. Laur. Led. Lob. Lyc. merc.
mez. mosch. mur-ac. nat-m. nat-s. nicc-met.. nit-ac. Nux-m. NUX-V. op. petr. phel. phos. prun. psor. Puls. rhus-t. sabad. Samb. Sang. Sep. Sil. spig. Spong. squil.
stann-met. Stram. sulph. sulph-ac. Veratat. viol-o. zinc-met. Zing.
Wheezing - (see Asthmatic)
Respiration: Forenoon: 22 h. - 11 h.: Ferr-met.
Evening: bell. Cist. ferr. nux-v. Phos. PULS. Stann-met. Sulph. Zinc-met.
Evening. after lying down: Aral. ars Cist. Meph.
Evening in bed: am-c. chin. graph. Sep.
Evening 21 h.: bry.
Night: Am-m. Ant-t. Ars. Aur-met. Brom. bry. carb-v. CHEL. Chlol. Cist. coff. coloc. daph. Dig. Ferr-met. ferr-ac. Ip. Kali-ar. Kali-c. lach. meph. nux-v. Op. phos. PULS.
sang. Sep. Sulph. Syph. Thuj. Zinc-met.
Night. 11 h.: meph
------- 22 h. when urinating: chel.
------- 22 h. - 2 h.: Ars-i.
------- after midnight: ARS. calc-ar. Carb-v. Ferr-met. ferr-ar. Graph. Lach. SAMB.
------------------------- 2 h.: ARS. kali-b. Rumex.
------------------------- 2 h. - 3h.: KALI-AR. KALI-C.
------------------------- 3 h.: Chin. Cupr. KALI-C. KALI-N.
------------------------- 4 h. - 5h.: Nat-s. stann-met.
------------------------- 5h.: kali-i.
------------------------- must spring out of bed: ARS. Graph. SAMB
Asthmatic: Acon. Agar. all-c. aloe. alum. Am-c. AMBR. anac. ant-c. Ant-t. Apis. ARG-N. arn. ARS. ARS-IOD. arum-t. Asaf. asar. Aur-met. bar-c. bar-m. Bell. Blat. Bov.
Brom. Bry. Cact. Calad. Calc. camph. Cann-s. Caps. Carb-an. Carb-s. Carb-v. Card-m. caust. cham. chel. Chin. Chin-a. Chlol. Cic. cina. cist. coc-c. cocc. Coff. Colch. coloc.
Con. croc. Crot-h. crot-t. CUPR-met. doph. dig. Dros. Dulc. eup-per. Euph. Ferr-met. Ferr-ar. ferr-i. ferr-p. Gels. Graph. grat. grind. Hep. Hippoz. hydr-ac. hyos. Ign. Iod.
Ip. KALI-AR. Kali-br. KALI-C. Kali-chl. Kali-i. KALI-N. Kali-p. Kali-s. lac-d. Lach. lact. Laur. Led. Lab. Lyc. manc (hipp). Med. meny. Meph. merc. mez. Mosch. Naja.
nat-a. Nat-c. nat-m. nat-p. Nat-s. Nit-ac. nux-m. Nux-v. Op. par. petr. phel. Phos. Phyt. Plat-met. plb. podo. Psor. PULS. ran-s. raph. rhod. rumx. Ruta. sabin. SAMB. Sang.
sars. sec. sel. Seneg. Sep. SIL. sin-n. spig. SPONG. squil. stann. STRAM. stront. SULPH. Sul-ac. Thuj. Verat. Verat-v. viol-o. viol-t. zinc-met.
Periodic: all-s. Alum. ant-t. ARS. Asaf. Carb-v. Chel. Hydr-ac. nux-v. Phos. Plb-met. Seneg. sulph. tab. Thuj.
---------- > every other day - Chin.
---------- Verat. 8 days: sulph.
Morning: Aur-met. Calc. carb-an. Carb-v. Coff. Con. dig. KALI-C. Meph. Phos. Verat. Zing.
Morning. bed in: alum. con
Morning on waking: alum. Con. Sep.
< Air. draught of: Sil.
> Air. open air: Am-c.
Anämie + Asthma: Calc-p.
# eruptions: calad. crot-t. Hep. Kalm. lach. mez. rhus-t. Sulph.
# gout: benz-ac. lyc. Sulph
# headache: ang. glon. kali-br.
# nocturnal diarrhoea: Kali-c.
# urticaria: Calad.
After anger: Ars. CHAM.
> Bending head backwards: cham. SPONG. Verat.
Change of weather: Ars. chel. dulc
Children: Acon. ambr. CHAM. IP. kali-br. kali-i. mosch. nat-s. nux-v. psor. PULS. SAMB. Stram. Sulph.
----------- after vaccination: Thuj.
‡ Cichorium w Unterstützende Behandlung bei kindlichem Asthma
Pastöses Kind, wenn die zu träge Stoffwechseltätigkeit unterstützt werden soll.
Bei Vorliegen einer intestinalen Dysbiose (Pilznachweis, unverdauter Stuhl).
Wirkung: Nach 2–4 Wo. Dauer: Bis 3 Mo.
Anwendung oft gemeinsam mit Calcium Quercus wa
Bemerkungen: Evtl. Cichorium Plumbo cultum w ‡
Coition. after: Asaf. Cedr. Kali-bi.
Coition. during: Aeth. Ambr.
< Cold air: Lob. Nux-v. Petr.
> Cold air: Bry. carb-v. Cham. Merc.
Cold damp weather: DULC. Med. Nat-s.
Cold from. heated when: Sil.
Cold from. in summer: Ars.
Cold from taking: Acon. dulc Lab. Podo. Puls. Sil. SPONG. Stann-met.
Cold water <: Meph.
Cold water >: Cham.
< Coughing. Meph.
Cough, with difficult expectoration of clear, tenacious mucus – Chin.
Dinner. after: thuj.
Dust. from inhaling: Ictod.
Eating after: kali-p. Nux-v. Puls.
Eating after >: ambra. Graph.
Emotion after: Acon. ambr. cham. Coff. cupr-met. Gels. Ign. nux-v. pall-met. Verat.
Eructations >: carb-v. nux-v.
Eruptions after suppressed: Apis. Ars. Carb-v. Dulc. Ferr. hep. Ip. Psor. PULS. sec. Sulph.
Excitement. >: hyper.
< expiration: Sambucus, Mephitis and Chlorum.
Eaton’s Domestic Practice for Parents and Nurses- Morton M. Eaton
Forehead with. after disappearance of latter on face: dulc
Flatulence. From: Carb-v. Cham. Chin. Lyc. mag-p. Nux-v. op. phos. Sulph. zinc-met.
Hay asthma: Ambro. Ars. Ars-i. Bad. Carb-v. Dulc. Euphr. IOD. Kali-i. Lach. Naja. Ant-s. Nux-v. Op. Sabad. Sil. Sin-n. Stict.
Heart. from fatty degeneration of: ARN.
Humid see rattling
Hysterical: MOSCH. NUX-M. Nux-v. phos. PULS. Stann-met. stram. sulph.
Injury of spine. after: Hyper.
Intermittent Verat. with: mez.
Leaning backward: Psor.
Menses, after: brom. Carb-v.
Menses, after suppression of: Puls. Spong.
Menses. before: sulph.
Menses. during: kali-c.
Mental exertion: sep.
Mercury. after: aur-met.
Miners asthma from cold dust: Nat-a.
Music <: ambr.
Old people. in: Ambr. ARS; Bar-c. Carb-v. Con. phel. Sulph.
Rash. after suppression of acute: acon. Apis. Puls.
Riding <: meph:
Rocking >: kali-c.
Rose cold. Following: sang.
Sailors as soon as they go ashore: BROM.
< Sitting/lying down: Ferr-acet.
Sleep, coming on during: Acon. Ars. Carb-v. Hep. Kali-c. lach. meph. nat-s. op. sep. Sulph.
Spasmodic: am-c. Ant-t. arg-n. ARS. Asaf. Bell. Cact. caust. Cocc. coff. con. Cupr. Dros. Ferr-met. ferr-p. Gels. Graph. Hydr-ac. Hyos. Ip. Kali-br. kali-c. Lach. Laur. Led. LOB. Mag-p. Meph.
merc. mez. Mosch. nux-v. Op. phos. ph-ac. Plb-met. Puls. raph. samb. Sars. Sep. SPONG. Stram. sulph. Sumb. tab. VALER. Zinc-met.
Stool >: Ictod.
Sudden attacks: cupr. Ip.
Suffocative fits in the evening in bed: Chin.
Talking <: Dros.
Talking >: ferr-met.
Thunderstorm. during: sep. Sil. Syph.
Urinating while: chel.
Vaccination after: thuj.
Vexation. from: ars.
Warm food <: Cham. Lob.
Warm room <: am-c. carb-v. kali-s.
Warm room from the open air: Bry.
Warm wet weather: Bell. Carb-v. Wet weather, in: Aur-met. Chin. con. Dulc. sil. Verat.
Wind. walking against: cupr-met.
Winter attacks: Carb-v. Nux-v. phel.
Rattling: Acet-ac. Acon. agar. All-c. alum. Am-c. Am-m. anac. ant-ox. ANT-T. Apis. APOC. arg-n. ARS. Ars-i. Art-v. asaf. Asc-t. Bar-c. Bar-m. Bell. Brom. bry. bufo. CACT. Calc. Calc-p. Calc-s. camph. cann-s. Carb-an. Carb-h. Carb-s. Carb-v. CAUST. Cham. Chel. CHIN. Chinin-a. chinin-s. chlor. cic. Cina. Coc-c. cop. crot-t. cub. CUPR-met.
dig. DULC. Euphr. Ferr-met. ferr-ar. ferr-i. ferr-p. Graph. HEP. HIPPOZ. hydr-ac. Hyos. Iod. Ip. Kali-ar. Kali-bi. Kali-c. Kali-chl. kali-i. kali-p. KALI-S. Lach. lact. laur.
lob. lyc. lyss. (hydroph.). Manc (Hipp). merc. morph. mosch. Mur-ac. nat-c. Nat-m. Nat-s. Nit-ac. Nux-m. Nux-v. Op. ox-ac. Petr. PHOS. Ph-ac. phyt. Plb-met. PULS.
Pyrog. Ran-b. rumx. Sang. sanic. sant. sars. sel. senec. SENEG. Sep. Sil. Spong. Stann-met. Stram. Strych. Sulph. sul-ac. syph. tab. thuj. Verat. Zinc-met. zing.
Chest: Constriction. Asthmatic: Ang. coff. Led. mel. naja. nux-v. sulph
Dropsy. asthma with: psor.
Eruptions. rash # asthma: calad
Limbs: Discoloration upper limbs: blue with asthma: Kali-c
Eruptions forearm pimples # asthma: calad
Eruptions forearm rash # asthma: calad
Eruptions upper arm rash # asthma: calad. mez
Pain gouty in joints # asthma: sulph
The main constitutional medicines are:
The above medicines are to be given inter-currently in potency not below 200. No other medicine is to be given for 2 – 3 days before and after. If any of the above medicines have the desired effect. further drugging of the patient should be avoided.
Akut: Erio. (= Yerba santa)
Difficult getting air into the lungs: Brom. Iod.
Difficult getting air out of lungs: Chlor. Sulph.
In rapid short breaths: Acon. Ant-t. Phos.
Shallow: Acon. Ant-t. Nux-v. Phos.
Wheezy: Ars. Cinch. Hep. Ip. Phos.
Rattling: Seneg. Sil.
---------- and wheezing: Ip. Seneg. Sil. Squil.
“As if air passages were full of smoke”: Brom.
With fear of suffocation: Ars. Ip. Sulph. Verat.
Cannot perspire: Cham.
Loose: Dulc. Nat-s.
Dry: Acon. Ars. Bry. Med. Nux-v. Psor.
--------- and incessant: Ip.
Spasmodic: Aral. Cupr. Phos.
Paroxysmal: Nux-v. Samb.
Deep sounding. hoarse: Dros.
< After physical exercise: Dulc.
With: desire but inability to cough: Cham.
With: vomiting: Kali-c. Ip. Lob.
With: ending with vomiting: Ip.
With: pain in chest under short ribs: Lob.
With: bleeding from the nose: Dros.
With: must hold chest when coughing: Nat-s.
With: caused by tickling in throat pit: Rumex
Difficult: Alumen. Dulc.
Profuse: Blatta. Grind. Sulph.
>: Rapid walking: Lob.
From being at seaside: Med.
< Change from warm to cold: Dulc.
< Wet and damp: Dulc. Nat-s. Sil.
< Dry cold air: Hep. Rumx
< Foggy: Hyper. Kali-c.
< Warm dry weather: Syph.
< Damp weather: Hep.
In right lower chest: Kali-c
In left lower chest: Nat-s.
In right and then in left lungs: Lyc.
Through upper third of right lung: Ars.
Through lung to back: Kali-hyd.
In chest and mammæ: Med.
With burning feeling: Ars.
With a constrictive feeling in the chest: Ars. Cupr. Ip. Lach.
With cramplike feeling in cardiac region: Ptel.
Painful larynx: Med. Phos.
Persistent nausea: Ip.
Dyspnœa (Shortness of breath): Acon. Dulc. Euc. Ip. Kali-p. Lach. Med. Psor. Sil. Sulph.
Hands and face blue: Squil.
Face pale: Sil.
Liability to get colds: Cinch.
23 h. to midnight: Aral.
Midnight to 2 h.: Ars. Samb.
2 to 3 h.: Dros. Kali-ars. Samb.
2 to 4 h.: Kali-c.
3 h.: Samb.
4 to 5 h.: Nat-s.
< In morning: Lach.
> Day time: Med.
Always < at night: Aral. Dros. Syph. Tub.
24 h. Genau Chlor. Ferr-met.
Ars. Carb-v. Ferr-met. Samb.
1 h. Ars. Rumx. Ars-i.
2 h. Kali-ars. Kali-c.
3 h. genau Am-c. Cupr-met. Kali-c. Kali-n. Nat-s.
4 h. Nat-s. Stann-met.
Bis 9 h.: Calc. Carb-v. Con. Kali-c. Meph. Verat.
5 h. genau Kali-i.
< nach Schlaf (erwachend) Lach
Bis 11 h. Ferr-met.
Bis 20 h. Lyc.
Bis 21 h. Phos. Puls. Sulph. Zinc-met.
Nach hinlegen ins Bett: Ant-t. Cist.
21 h. genau Bry.
Bis 4 h. Aral. Ars. Brom. Carb-v. Chel. Dig. Ferr-met. Ip. Kali-c. Op. Phos. Puls. Sep. Sulph. Thuj. Syph.
22 h. Genau Meph.
23 h. Genau Aral. Chel.
- 2 h.
On face in knee/chest position: Med.
Must sit up: Ant-t.
Must sit up as fears suffocation: Ars.
Must lie with head high: Ars. Cinch.
Must lie flat on back with arms outstretched: Psor.
< Lying down: Grind. Kali-c. Sulph.
> Lying down: Psor. Verat.
> From stool: Ictod.
Awakes suddenly 3 h. nearly suffocated. has to sit up: Samb.
TYPES OF PATIENTS
Fair haired. delicate-skinned: Brom.
Easy perspiring: Cinch.
Old people particularly: Carb-v. Kali-c.
Sensitive. result of mental emotions: Coff.
Dark haired: Iod.
> at seaside: Med.
> in open air: Iod. Napth.
< for pressure on throat: Lach. Rumex
< for motion: Ars. Verat.
< for talking: Arum-t. Dros.
< in warm room: Iod.
< for food: Kali-p.
< with annual hayfever: Verat: Psor.
< due to exertion: Aspido. Coca. Ars.
< due to dust: Ictod. Brom.
< going upstairs: Kali-p.
Sailor gets asthma on going to shore: Brom.
Attack of asthma due to mental or nervous emotions: Coff. Kali-p. Succ-ac.
Eczema: Ars. Ant-c.
Whooping cough: Carb-v.
[Dr. Nahida M. Mulla]
Acon.: during acute attacks of asthma that will ease breathing and coughing. Symptoms are often accompanied by marked anxiety, fear, restlessness.
Ant-t.: used in conventional medicine for asthma, can also be used as a homoeopathic treatment for certain symptoms. The keynote for using this option is the presence of fine rattling or crackling sounds in the chest. The chest also seems full of phlegm that the patient cannot cough up. The patient must sit up at about 3 a.m., has great difficulty breathing, and feels suffocated. Antimonium tartaricum is especially suited to young children and the elderly.
Aral.: asthmatic conditions + cough < lying down. Drenching sweat during sleep. Extreme sensitiveness to draughts. Diarrhea, prolapse of rectum. Aching in rectum extending upwards; < lying on side lain upon.
Ars.: asthma with great anxiety and restlessness, often worse around midnight and lying down, better by sitting up and warm drinks.
Can feel exhausted, yet be very restless and anxious. Breathing problems < lying down, better when sitting up, and may begin, or be the most intense, between midnight and two h. Dry wheezing may progress to a cough that brings up frothy whitish fluid. Can be thirsty, taking frequent tiny sips. General chilliness is usually seen, with burning pains in the chest and heat in the head. Warmth often brings improvement.
Blat-o.: A remedy for asthma (+ bronchitis). Indicated after Ars. when fails. Cough with DYSPNOEA in bronchitis and phthisis. Acts best in stout and corpulent patients. Much pus-like mucus.
Carb-v.: Feels weak or faint with a hollow sensation in the chest. Coughing jags can lead to gagging. May be very cold (especially hands and feet), yet feels a need for moving air, wanting to sit beside a fan or open window. Gas and digestive upset are also likely, and sitting up and burping offers some relief. < evening/talking/eating/lying down.
Caust.: Cough with rawness of chest. Expectoration scanty and must be swallowed. Cough with pain in hip, > drinking cold water. Cannot lie down at night. Voice re-echoes. Own voice roars in ears and distresses. Intensely sympathetic child.
Crot-t.: Coughs as soon as he touches the pillow and must get up. Sensitive to deep breathing. Asthma with cough; cannot expand the chest. Drawing pain from left of back into chest.
Cham.: Asthma with a dry, hard, irritating cough that starts after being exposed to moving air, or after becoming overexcited and angry, may be helped with this remedy. Cough often < 21 h., and may continue into the night. The person seems hypersensitive and may be extremely irritable and agitated. (Children may even shriek and hit, though they often calm down if someone carries them.)
Cupr-met.: Cough has a gurgling sound and > drinking cold water. Suffocative attacks < 3 h. Spasm and constriction of chest. Spasmodic asthma # spasmodic vomiting. Angina with asthmatic symptoms and cramps.
Ictofoetides.: Asthma brought on or made < from inhalation of dust of any kind.
Ip.: Coughing spasms that lead to retching or vomiting strongly indicate this remedy. Wheezing can come on suddenly with a feeling of suffocation and heaviness in the chest. Mucus collects in breathing tubes, but the person has difficulty coughing much out. The person may sweat a lot and feel clammy or nauseous, be worse from motion, and sometimes worse from warmth.
Kali-bi.: might help attacks at about 3 or 4 h., with a feeling as if there were no air in the chest. The patient feels compelled to sit up to breathe, and bending forward while sitting brings some relief. > coughing up stringy yellow mucus.
Lob-i.: Attacks with weakness, felt in the pit of stomach and preceded with prickling all over. Feels as if heart would stop. Sensation of weight or pressure in chest, > rapid walking.
Nat-m.: treats general symptoms including a worsening of asthma when exposed to mold and dampness; attacks occur at about 4 - 5 h.; and the patient sits up and holds the chest with the hands while coughing. Wheezing and breathing difficulties are aggravated by exertion. The patient usually also has loose bowels after each attack.
Nat-s.: Attacks are brought on by exposure to mold and dampness. May hold the chest while coughing, because it feels so weak. Wheezing and breathing difficulties < exertion/very early morning.
Nux-v.: Tense, constricted feeling in the chest during asthma attacks, with pressure in the stomach. Often < in the morning. Overindulgence in stimulants, alcohol, sweets, or strong spicy food can bring on or aggravate an episode. Both physical effort and mental exertion can make things worse, and warmth and sleep often bring relief. Typically very irritable and impatient, with a general feeling of chilliness.
Puls.: Wheezing that starts when a person gets too warm (in a stuffy room), or after eating rich food, can indicate this remedy. Coughing brings up yellow-colored mucus, with gagging and choking. Tightness in the chest < in the evening and at night, and > cool fresh air. A person who needs this remedy is likely to be changeable and emotional, wanting a lot of attention and comforting. (often useful in children’s illnesses.)
Samb.: Paroxysmal suffocative cough coming on about midnight with crying and dyspnoea. Sniffles of infants, nose dry and obstructed. Child awakes nearly suffocating, sits up and turns blue. Cannot expire. Millers asthma.
Spong.: A hard or “barking” cough during an asthma attack is a strong indication for this remedy. Breathing can be labored, with a sawing sound, and not much mucus is produced. The person may feel best when sitting up and tilting the head back, or when leaning forward. Warm drinks may be helpful. The problems often start while the person is asleep (typically before midnight). Spongia is often used in croup, as well.
Stercula: Asthma. It gives power to endure prolonged physical exertion with taking food and without feeling fatigued. It promotes appetite and digestion.
Stram.: In nervous asthma, where the voice suddenly gives out and takes on a higher pitch. Great sense of suffocation with tight feeling across chest; face becomes blue.
Sulph.: Oppression and burning sensation in chest. Difficult respiration, wants windows open. Dyspnoea in the middle of night, > sitting up. Pulse more rapid in morning than in the evening. Complaints relapse
Please keep in mind that the following homeopathics won’t necessarily cure asthma unless the remedy appropriately matches the individual’s personality.
Ant-t.: is a good asthma remedy for children and the elderly; especially useful when the asthma has been caused by an infection. The cough will have coarse rattling in the chest on both inspiration and expiration. The patient will be worse lying down and at night generally. They may be irritable and want to be left alone.
Ip.: good for asthma patients who suffer from coughing spasms resulting in vomiting or retching. It’s also best for asthma that comes with mucus or phlegm in breathing tubes.
Carb-v.: used for severe acute attacks of wheezing with significant belching and flatus. Patient feels very weak and may collapse.
Kali-c.: this remedy often indicated in asthma, especially when the attack comes at night, after midnight, from 2:00 am to 4:00 am.
Bell.: this remedy works when there are violent spasms of asthmatic breathing attended by constriction of chest with redness of face.
Aspidosperma.: an effective remedy in asthma with difficult respiration. It is often used as a palliative.
Blat-o.: remedy for asthma with or without bronchitis. It is often used as a palliative.
Lyc.: for asthma due to excitement by anger or emotion with fanlike motion.
Puls.: cough with green discharge. The patient must sit up during the asthma crisis and is better with fresh air. Even fanning may help them feel better.
Sulph.: this asthma remedy acts well when asthma is due to suppression of eruptions.
Nat-s.: indicated for attacks during wet weather or in rainy season. This asthma remedy acts well when the patient gets attacks every change of season.
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