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Inflammation of windpipe (trachea), causing sore, burning sensation as air is taken into lungs; in most cases it is of short duration and requires no treatment. Usually caused by viruses responsible for ColdsInfluenzaLaryngitis and Bronchitis.

Specific remedies to be taken every hour, then every 4 hours as symptoms subside, for up to 3 days

  • Raw, scraped feeling in windpipe, tickly cough, cold air and slightest pressure on windpipe make rawness worse Rumex 30c
  • Windpipe feels raw, frequent hacking cough, gulping ice-cold drinks to quench thirst Phosphorus 30c
  • Soreness made worse by talking, exercise, warm rooms, and cigarette smoke, painful cough Bryonia 30c
  • Sensation of swelling not relieved by swallowing, pain seems to invade root of tongue, symptoms worse after sleeping, person cannot stand throat being touched or wrapped up Lachesis 30c
  • Tenacious, sticky phlegm which is difficult to bring up Kali bichrom. 30c
  • Trachea feels as if there is a raw, sore streak down it, mucus too far down to be coughed up Causticum 30c
  • Sweetish, yellow phlegm, sore sensation at base of trachea after coughing Stannum 30c

Self-help: Take extra Vitamin C and humidify air if home is centrally heated.

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