IT IS A GREAT REMEDY FOR WHOOPING COUGH.
This remedy is derived from the plant called as the Moor grass.
It is useful for whooping cough, where the cough is spasmodic with gagging and vomiting.
It is useful when the cough is typical, barking, titillating, worse from singing, laughing, lying down, as soon as the pillow touches the head, and worse after mid-night.
It is useful in a post-measles and post viral cough.
It is useful in cough associated with laryngitis.
It is useful in Sinusitis with a family history of Tuberculosis.
It is useful for Tuberculosis of the Bone, pleural effusion of the lung of a T.B. origin and in abdominal tuberculosis.
It is useful in cases of aphonia with hoarseness of the voice.
This remedy suits subjects, who are worse after singing, laughing, drinking, lying down, and talking, upon lying on the left side and after rest.
This remedy is extremely useful in barking coughs. Of course, we do not see many cases of whooping cough, where it is considered a near specific. It is useful in laryngitis and many pre-tubercular conditions.