or simply Eriodyction
A remedy for asthmatic and bronchial affections. Bronchial phthisis, with night-sweats and emaciation. Asthma relieved by expectoration. Cough after influenza. Furthers absorption of effusion in plural cavity. Appetite poor and impaired digestion. Whooping cough.
Dizzy, feels intoxicated. Pressure outwards; worse, occiput. Pain in ears. Coryza. Burning in throat. Foul mouth in morning. Coryza with dizziness and sneezing.
Wheezing; asthma, with coryza and mucous secretions. Dull pain in right lung. Burning in fauces. Chronic bronchitis, bronchial tuberculosis, with profuse, easily raised bronchial secretion, giving relief.
Sore, dragging in testicle, could not bear any pressure; better gentle support.
Compare: Grind; Aral; Eucalyp; Ipec.
Tincture in doses of 2 to 20 drops and attenuations.
Reference: "Pocket Manual of Homeopathic Materia Medica & Repertory" by William Boericke