Ammonium bromatum

Natural History.
     Bromide of Ammonia

General.
     Indicated in chronic laryngeal and pharyngeal catarrh, neuralgic headaches, and obesity. Constrictive pain in head, chest, legs, etc. Irritable feeling under finger nails; relieved only by biting them.

Head.
     Cerebral congestion. Feeling of a band above ears. Sneezing; thick nasal discharge.

Eyes.
     Edges of lids red and swollen, also Meibomian glands. Eyeballs feel large and pain around eyes into head.

Throat.
     Smarting in mouth. Tickling in throat, WITH INCLINATION TO DRY, SPASMATIC COUGH, ESPECIALLY AT NIGHT. Burning in fauces. White, sticky mucus. Chronic speakers’ catarrh.

Respiratory.
     Sudden, short cough, strangling. Tickling in trachea and bronchial tubes. Wakes at three AM with cough. Feels suffocated; continuous cough, when lying down at night; sharp pain in lungs. Whooping Cough. Dry, spasmodic cough on lying down.

Relationship.
     Hyos.; Con.; Arg. nit.; Kali-bich.

Dose.
     First potency.