A 37-year-old woman moved to the USA in 2013. Since then every winter, she would suffer from continuous cough day and night, and choking sensation while eating. Her mother was asthmatic but she used to get only mild cold and cough in her childhood. During the two preceding winters, she was prescribed steroids and an inhaler which brought her relief but it was only temporary. The start of the next winter triggered the dreaded severe cough but she decided not to take allopathic medication as she was bothered by their side effects in the previous years. On 20 Oct 2016, she approached the practitioner who gave:
NM8 Chest + NM9 Chest TS + NM30 Throat + NM71 CCA + SM31 Lung & Chest + CC10.1 Emergencies…TDS
In one week, night-time cough had completely gone and there was 25% improvement in daytime cough. After another three weeks, the daytime cough also disappeared and so did the choking sensation. However, if she forgot to take a dose, the symptoms would come back, so she was advised to continue at TDS. After four more weeks, remedy was modified by excluding CC10.1 Emergencies. Since it was the peak of winter, the dosage was maintained at TDS before reducing it to BD on 15 Feb 2017 and further to OD after a month, before stopping it in the third week of April 2017. Four winters have gone by and she has been completely fine until now, July 2021.
If using the 108CC box give: CC19.6 Cough chronic + CC19.6 Throat chronic + CC10.1 Emergencies