1. Spasmodic catarrhal affections of respiratory tract ; especially whooping cough ; violent paroxysms follow one another so rapidly child cannot get breath ; often ends in gagging, vomiting and cold sweat ; sometimes with haemorrhage from nose or mouth.
2. Coughs in general < lying down and after midnight, warmth, drinking, using voice, etc. ; patient badly shaken up. must hold sides ; coughs gen. end with free discharge of mucus.
3. Constant titillating cough beginning as soon as head touches pillow at night ; especially in children.
4. Valuable in tubercular diseases ; phthisis, especially laryngeal cases ; tuberculosis of long bones.
5. Measles with hoarse, spasmodic cough.
Dr. AG ClarkeDrosera
by Dr. AG Clarke ( Author at Homeopathy Books Online )
Posted on September 16th, 2012 at 5:15 pm.
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Keywords: Cough, Phthisis, Tuberculosis, Vomiting, Whooping Cough