In addition to many of the symptoms indicated in the previous remedy, the most important indications for the selection of this drug, are to be found in connection with the respiratory organs.

Larynx and C/iest. - Old coughs, obstinate colds and coughs, and derangements which threaten to terminate in consumption. Asthmatic affections. Dropsy of the chest. Cough with slate-colored sputa. Aching pain as of ulceration in the larynx. Wheezing cough. Stuffing cough, as if the air passages were clogged with mucus; danger of suffocation. This is an invaluable remedy in membranous croup. For particular indications see that disease.