Homeopathic Medicine :: Argentum Metallicum – Silver

Indicated in affections of the larynx, chiefly catarrhal inflammation, hoarseness, cough, and in affections of the joints.

Neuralgic headache, recurring daily, left sided, temporal; vertigo.

Hoarseness and aphonia, in professional singers.

Cough, excited by laughing.

Raw spot over the supra-sternal fossa.

Weakness of the (left) chest.

Rawness and soreness in the upper larynx when coughing; not felt when swallowing.

Viscid, jelly-like mucus in the larynx, coughed up in the morning.

Easy expectoration of substance looking like boiled starch.

Bruised, drawing pains in the joints.

Worse when sitting still; from abuse of mercury; from touch or pressure; from using the voice.

(First Lessons in the Symptomatology of Leading Homoeopathic Remedies by H. R. Arndt, M. D. Philadephia. Boericke and Tafel.)

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