This remedy is derived from the Yellow Dock, which is a common British weed.
This remedy is useful for wandering pains, which are neither fixed nor constant.
This remedy is useful for cough caused by incessant tickling of the throat pit. The cough is fatiguing and worse from the change of air or the room and is associated with hoarseness and involuntary passage of urine and stool with the cough. This remedy is useful whenever the subject has cough with tickling in the pit of the throat, preventing sleep.
This remedy is useful in enlarged lymph glands with coughing.
This remedy is useful in chronic gastritis, with nausea, flatulence and eructation.
It is also useful whenever there is a copious mucous discharge from the nose and the trachea. It is useful in thin watery frothy expectoration with rawness of the larynx and the trachea.
It is useful whenever there is intense itching of the skin especially of the lower extremities, which is worse with exposure to the cold air and while undressing.
This remedy is useful in advanced cases of Tuberculosis, when the cough is worse from talking, lying down on the left side and after inspiring cold air. It also suits T.B. patients who get asthma at 2 a.m.
This remedy is also useful in urticaria.
This remedy suits subjects who are worse from cold air and better from wrapping up, in the evening, on the left side of the chest and from uncovering.