Effective in chronic bronchitis with persistent cough
Controls rattling in the chest with feeling of tightness and soreness
Useful in 'winter cough' with congestion in the chest
Antimonium Tartaricum: Great accumulation of mucous with coarse rattling; thereby respiration is impeded.
Senega: sensation of burning and rawness in throat, hoarseness, coughing which often ends with sneezing, feelings of oppression and soreness in the chest and difficult expectoration of viscous mucus.
Hepar sulphur: tendency to suppuration is most marked. It is indicated for soreness of nostrils and throat, hoarseness and dry cough, choking cough and rattling croaking cough which is exacerbated in dry cold air.
Naphthalinum: coryza, hay-fever, phthisis pulmonalis, whooping cough, acute laryngo-tracheitis and bronchitis when the spasmodic element is associated with tenacious expectoration and oppression, and spasmodic asthma which is improved in the open air.
Stannum iodatum: chronic bronchial and pulmonary conditions, characterised by profuse mucopuruient discharges. The chest feels sore and weak. It acts on persistent tickling dry cough, tracheal and bronchial irritation of smokers, where the cough is loud, hollow, ending with expectoration, and purulent infiltration.
Adult: 2 tablet 3 times a day or as prescribed by the
Children between 6-12 years of age: half of the adult dose or as prescribed by the
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