Antimonium Tart is used often for respiratory ailments. Antimonium Tart helps with respiratory symptoms: Rattling mucous, Lethargy, Trembling, Chills. Antimonium Tart is indicated for coughs that wheeze or rattle in the chest. Use Antimonium Tart for hard to bring up mucus, short of breath, suffocating, Congestion. Antimonium Tart is helpful for chest and lung symptoms. Antimonium tart helps with a wet cough. Clarke's Materia Medica lists for Antimonium Tart-- "Frequent fits of obstructed respiration, especially in the morning, in the evening, in bed almost to the extent of suffocation. Shortness of breath. Difficult respiration. Anxious oppression of the chest. Rattling of mucus in the chest when breathing.
Burning sensation in the chest, inflammation of the lungs."
Antimonium benefits those who feel
better from: sitting up, fresh air, burping or feel
worse from: lying down, damp-cold weather, warmth, milk, sour foods. Antimonium Tart relieves Chicken pox with large pustules, painful vesicles, eruptions with tendency to leave pock marks. Also known as Antimonium Tartaricum, Antimonium Tart is made from a tartrate of Potash.
Antimonium Tartaricum's Mini Materia Medica:
ACNE: Helpful for acne with itchy, large pustules, forms crust leaves a bluish red scar on various parts of the body.
BRONCHITIS: Useful for bronchitis with breathing sounds like person is drowning in their own secretions, Rattling, wheezing breath.
Looks ill, is pale with cold sweat
CHICKEN POX: Helpful for chicken pox with large pustules, painful vesicles, and eruptions with tendency to leave pock marks.
COLDS: Useful for colds with excess mucous with tendency to go into lungs. Gasps for breath, feels weak. Always spitting up mucous
COUGH: Helpful for rattling, wheezing coughs. Nonproductive cough, no expectoration; seems to be drowning in own secretions; face cold, pale, bluish, with cold sweat; Lethargy
RESPIRATORY: Useful for respiratory problems such as hoarseness, rattling, wheezing. Burning sensation in chest, which goes up to throat.
Bronchial tubes overwhelmed with mucous. Rapid, short, difficult breathing.
Feels might suffocate, must sit up. Pulse rapid, weak.
Dosage and potency guidelines.