Indicated in respiratory troubles, chiefly those affecting the larynx and trachea; especially adapted to children of fair, delicate complexion and scrofulous diathesis, subject to spasmodic cough. In croup; occasionally in asthma.
Coryza, with pressure at the root of the nose; nostrils raw and sore.
Sensation of coldness when inspiring, provoking cough. Spasmodic cough, with rattling of mucus, without choking.
Oppression of the chest; difficult and painful breathing.
Worse in the early part of the night; in a warm room.
Better from exercise.
(First Lessons in the Symptomatology of Leading Homoeopathic Remedies by H. R. Arndt, M. D. Philadephia. Boericke and Tafel.)