Homeopathy Treatment for Chest pain with cold and cough

The spectrum of causes for colds, chest pains and coughs is rich. On the one hand, a bacterial trigger can be behind it, which can lead to inflammation of the respiratory organs (pharynx, trachea, larynx, bronchi, lungs, etc.).

A cold means rapid cooling of the organism due to the influence of the outside temperature on the human body. The immune system is weakened and is less able to fight pathogens. This leads to inflammation and internal wounds, which also affects the nervous system. This triggers pain of varying degrees by releasing messenger substances.

Another cause would be allergic reactions of the body to foreign objects from the outside. These would be, for example, chemical pollutants, components in food or psychological stress that can cause symptoms such as chest pain, coughing and hay fever.

Which homeopathic remedies help?

Physical symptoms are described below. Choose a homeopathic remedy for chest pain in cold and cough that best suits your situation.


violent stitches in chest when breathing and speaking. Dry, painful cough , which often occurs when coming into the warmth from outside.


stabbing pains in the chest and throat. Tendency to frequent colds and catarrhs ​​of the upper respiratory tract associated with chest pains.

Ranunculus bulbosus

It stabs in the chest, especially between the ribs. It hurts when you breathe.

Angelica archangelica

Symptoms of pleurisy with shortness of breath, rattling breath sounds and cough.


with a feeling of pressure in the chest and around the heart. Talking hurts, the voice is rough, hoarse or disappears completely.

Acalypha indica

Persistent and severe chest pain in bronchitis. The cough is dry and painful. The sputum is bloody. Burning pains in the throat worsening in the morning.

Other treatment options and tips

Treatments for milder cases include head steam baths, adequate physical warmth from bed rest, and ingestion of tea or hot water. We strongly advise against stimulants such as coffee, cigarettes or alcohol. You should also avoid foods that produce mucus or are fatty. In severe cases, where the chest pain is unbearable and shortness of breath occurs, a pulmonologist must be contacted. This will work out strategies for treating the disease with the affected patient. In moderate cases, such as inflammation in the chest, a visit to the family doctor is often sufficient.


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