Author: Cyrus Boger
Generalized dry catarrh. Fits of sneezing, with lachrymation and loss of smell and taste. Coryza; fluent; acrid; with violent sneezing, coughing or asthmatic attacks. Long paroxysms of violent retching cough; as if chest would burst; with a bronchial rattle; obstructing the breath; with sneezing, stiffening out (Ip.), trembling or convulsions; with fever. Whooping cough. Tough expectoration. Puffy hands and feet in morning Chilliness.
Region: Nerves, Cerebro-spinal; Respiratory membranes.
Worse: Close room; Dust; Noise; Eating; Sensitive.