DROSERA 5 CH
Feeling of gydelichkane larynx as a feather.
Oppression in the chest, as if the patient keeps the air in speaking or coughing and prevents exhalation.
Feeling of tightness in both hypochondrium, which prevents cough.
Injury or sprain joints, sometimes with a sharp stab in the muscles.
Fever with headache tightening in the forehead and temples.
Cyanosis of the face during coughing.
Upper respiratory tract and lung
Laryngitis and laryngospasm.
Laryngitis or laryngopharyngeal tracheobronchitis with relapsing spastic cough, especially at night.
Asthma or tracheobronchitis with dyspnea, dry or productive cough after a cold moisture.
Tracheobronchial adenopathy in primary tuberculosis infection.
"Runny nose with pelvic pain" in young children.
Fever and cough after exposure to damp cold.
Mikropoliadenopatiya in children with recurrent rhinopharyngitis, attacks by mesenteric lymphadenitis in children with tuberculin reactive type.
Arthritis of viral origin (measles, rubella).
Osteitis and osteoarthritis.