Sticta Pulmonaria is a small remedy.
- Sticta Pulmonaria cures respiratory symptoms and rheumatic symptoms in the joints.
- Could be used against redness and swellings
- Effective for the knee joint
- Sticta Pulmonaria acts directly upon irritation in the chest, especially when complicated with irritation of the nerve centers.
Pain beneath the scapulae extending to the occiput, sharp pain with soreness above the scapulae, or in the shoulders, especially indicate Sticta.
As given by Felter and Lloyd in the American Dispensatory, the indications are as follows: Pain in the shoulders or in the back of the neck extending to the occiput, soreness or dull pain in the chest, or in the extrinsic respiratory muscles, which is increased by deep breathing.
- Irritation at the base of the brain, or in those organs or parts supplied by the pneumogastric nerve. Irritative cough; cough persistent and dry, of a rasping or wheezing character; short, sharp, hacking cough, with quick darting pains in the chest walls. They also advise it in the treatment of rheumatism, which involves the muscles and smaller joints. It may be given in hay fever, where the headache is severe, and in catarrhal disorders, where there is frontal tension, with sneezing, coryza and conjunctivitis.
- It is given in the exhaustive cough of phthisis, bronchitis, and laryngitis. It relieves the cough and irritation in these cases and controls hectic fever, chills and night sweats.
- We currently have no information for Sticta Pulmonaria Interactions
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