Hoarseness of voice


Homeopathy treatment for Hoarseness of voice from the Homeopathic Therapeutics by Lilienthal. Homeopathic remedies for the treatment of Hoarseness of voice…


Raucedo Aphonia

Ailanthus [Ail]

Hoarse, failing voice; wakes up mornings with almost entire loss of voice.

Alumina [Alum]

Sensation of tightly adhering phlegm in the larynx, not removed by hawking and cough; sudden complete aphonia; hoarseness evening and night, especially towards morning; voice husky, with a nasal twang.

Ammonium-carb [Am-c]

Hoarseness; cannot speak a loud word, worse from speaking; larynx as if drawn shut from both sides of the throat.

Ammonium-caust [Am-caust]

Aphonia, with burning rawness in throat.

Antimonium-crud [Ant-c]

Loss of voice from getting overheated, (<) from heat of sun or from getting warm; (<) after rest.

Arum-triph [Arum-t]

Voice SUDDENLY GIVES OUT during use from lack of control over vocal chords, (<) from talking or singing; voice uncertain and changing continually, sometimes deep and hollow, and then again loud and screeching; copious secretion and great accumulation of mucus in trachea.

Argentum-nit [Arg-n]

CHRONIC LARYNGITIS OF SINGERS; raising the voice causes cough; internal soreness of larynx and pit of throat, (<) mornings; hoarseness, with sensation as if something were clogging the vocal organs, even loss of voice.

Belladonna [Bell]

Hoarseness, especially violent when crying; hoarse, rough voice, with dryness and painfulness in larynx; sudden attacks of hoarseness, feeble voice, dry cough, often with spells of suffocation; speaking difficult only in a piping tone.

Calcarea-carb [Calc]

Hoarse, hardly audible voice, (<) mornings and (>) by hawking; larynx often becomes dry; persons who must talk a great deal become subject to hoarseness and pain and weakness in chest.

Carbo-veg [Carb-v]

HOARSENESS RECURRING REGULARLY EVERY EVENING, with raw feeling down larynx and trachea and dry tickling, sometimes spasmodic cough; (<) after exposure to DAMP, WARM EVENING AIR; ulcerative soreness in larynx and burning pain in lungs after a hard cough, (<) evening and night, often disappearing in the morning; deep voice, failing if exerted; unusual feeling of dryness in trachea, not relieved by hawking; after measles.

Causticum [Caust]

Hoarseness, (<) MORNINGS AND AFTER EXPOSURE TO DRY, COLD, SEVERE WINTER WEATHER, with scraping burning and rawness in larynx and chest, accompanied by a dry, teasing cough; paresis of laryngeal muscles and vocal chords, cannot speak a loud words; voice reverberates in head; hoarseness in public speakers and singers from straining vocal organs; rattling of phlegm in throat and chest, (<) evening to midnight.

Chamomilla [Cham]

Hoarseness or loss of voice in children, with rough cough; stitching burning pains in throat; sensation of rawness and scraping in larynx; hoarseness on account of tough mucus in larynx, which can only be removed by strong hawking; catarrhal hoarseness of trachea, with dryness of the eyelids.

Coca [Coca]

The great toner of the vocal chords (O 15 drops pro dose); HOARSENESS OF VOICE, with tickling in the upper part of the trachea, and some cough, ESPECIALLY IN THE EVENING; much dry cough in the evening, in bed, as from catarrh of the air- passages.

Conium [Con]

Dry spot in larynx, with almost constant irritation to cough and hoarseness.

Copaiva [Cop]

Hoarseness of voice, especially IN THE MORNING, with excoriating pain in larynx when talking; the voice loses its compass, the lower notes are unchanged, but the higher notes cause an excoriating pain which finally makes their rendering impossible; dry, rough cough, with difficult expectoration of greenish mucus.

Cubeba [Cub]

Hoarse, wheezing cough; cough with coryza and hoarseness; tough, gluey stringy mucus (intermediate between Kali bichromicum and Sanguinaria); dryness and hoarseness of throat; dry throat obstructed with scanty, tough mucus.

Cuprum [Cupr]

Hoarseness as soon as he breathes dry cold air; talking is difficult, voice powerless; contraction of larynx with the cough.

Drosera [Dros]

Voice hoarse, deep, husky, hollow, requires exertion to speak; chest and throat symptoms worse from talking or singing; sensation as if something in chest prevented exhalation when talking or singing.

Dulcamara [Dulc]

Catarrhal hoarseness, trachea full of mucus; chronic mucous cough.

Eupatorium-perf [Eup-per]

Hoarseness as with soreness in larynx, trachea bronchial tubes. (<) in the morning, with pains all over the body.

Ferrum-phos [Ferr-p]

Painful hoarseness of singers and speakers from over-straining voice, from draughts, cold and wet; much mucus in throat and rattling of chest.

Gelsemium [Gels]

Hoarseness and aphonia from paretic state of laryngeal muscles; patient can only whisper, but cannot utter any sound.

Graphites [Graph]

Hoarseness in singers when THEY CANNOT CONTROL THEIR VOCAL CHORDS, they become hoarse as soon as they begin to sing and their voice cracks, (<) in evening; soreness and roughness of larynx and tickling cough, especially in those who exert their voice a great deal.

Hepar [Hep]

Obstinate hoarseness; sensitiveness of larynx to cold air, wheezing in larynx and painfulness of a small spot in larynx.

Iodum [Iod]

Hoarseness all day, constant hemming and coughing to raise small quantities of tough phlegm; tightness and constriction about larynx, with soreness and hoarseness.

Kali-bichrom [Kali-bi]

Subacute and chronic inflammatory process in larynx or bronchial tubes, with congestion and swelling of the tubes, and increased secretion of a glutinous mucus which veils and alters the voice.

Kali-carb [Kali-c]

Hoarseness, rawness of voice and of throat, with continual sneezing; scraping dryness; parched feeling in throat.

Kali-iod [Kali-i]

Voice hoarse; sounds above middle key impossible; dry cough; sensation of dryness, burning and tickling in larynx; follicular ulceration.

Kali-phos [Kali-p]

Hoarseness with exhausted feeling from overexertion of voice and with nervous depression, or as a rheumatic affection.

Kali-sulph [Kali-s]

Hoarseness in consequence of catching cold.

Kali-mur [Kali-m]

Hoarseness in consequence of catching cold.

Lycopodium [Lyc]

Feeble, husky voice, dryness in windpipe; hoarseness after croup; LOOSE COUGH BY DAY, SUFFOCATING SPELLS AT NIGHT.

Manganum [Mang]

Hoarseness in pneumonic or tubercular subject, (<) mornings and (>) after hawking up lumps of mucus; cough from loud reading with painful dryness and roughness of larynx, (>) by lying down.

Mercurius-biniod [Merc-i-r]

Complete loss of voice; hoarse and husky voice shortly after getting a little wet; livid, purple patches of inflammation; thin, offensive discharge; subacute processes arising from cold or atmospheric variations.

Mercurius-subl-cor [Merc-c]

Hoarseness or aphonia; burning and stinging in the trachea, tightness across the chest.

Natrum-mur [Nat-m]

Hoarseness, throat sore; voice weak, exhausted by talking; accumulation of mucus in the larynx in the morning; feels dry during day.

Natrum-sulph [Nat-s]

Hoarseness with fluor albus; sensation of all-goneness in chest; soreness in chest, (>) by pressure; dyspnoea during damp weather.

Niccolum [Nicc]

HOARSENESS RETURNS ANNUALLY IN SPRING and after exposure to cold; dry, teasing cough, compelling patient to sit up, as it jars the head too much; tenesmus and diarrhoea after milk; weak eyes.

Nux-moschata [Nux-m]

Hoarseness from walking against the wind; voice uncertain bleating; feeling of dryness in larynx; laryngeal phthisis.

Paris-quad [Par]

Periodical painless hoarseness, voice feeble, continuous hawking of mucus and burning in larynx.

Phosphorus [Phos]

Constant hoarseness, with cough and rawness in larynx and

bronchi, especially behind sternum, and a weight upon chest, worse evenings; cannot talk on account of pain in larynx; aphonia from prolonged loud talking, catarrhal or nervous; larynx sensitive to touch.

Phytolacca [Phyt]

Hoarseness and aphonia, dryness in larynx and trachea (<) in evenings; burning in air-passages, with sensation of contraction of glottis.

Psorinum [Psor]

Hoarse when talking, phlegm sticks in larynx; tickling sensation in throat, as if narrowing, must cough to relieve it; talking very fatiguing.

Pulsatilla [Puls]

Hoarseness and roughness of throat, cannot speak aloud; nervous aphony from motion; constriction in throat preventing speech, cannot eat, weeps; hoarseness capricious, comes and goes quickly.

Rhus-tox [Rhus-t]

Hoarse from overstraining the voice, with roughness and soreness in larynx and chest; hot air arises from trachea, cold sensation in larynx when breathing.

Rumex [Rumx]

Hoarseness worse evenings, voice uncertain; tenacious mucus in throat or larynx, constant desire to hawk.

Sanguinaria [Sang]

Chronic dryness in throat sensation of swelling in larynx and expectoration of thick mucus; aphonia, with swelling of throat.

Selenium [Sel]

Voice husky when BEGINNING TO SING, and from talking long; hawks transparent mucus and lumps every morning, sometimes bloody; incipient tubercular laryngitis.

Senega [Seneg]

Increased short and hacking cough in the open air; sudden hoarseness when reading aloud; constant inclination to clear the throat and to swallow the saliva; great dryness in the throat impeding speech; titillating, scraping feeling in the throat.

Sepia [Sep]

Hoarseness, with tickling in larynx and bronchi; coryza and dry cough, with titillation in throat.

Silicea [Sil]

Hoarseness and roughness of larynx; husky voice, (<) mornings; fibrous, painless swelling of larynx, connected with thyroid cartilage.

Spongia [Spong]

Hoarse voice, cracked or faint, choking sensation; voice gives out when singing or talking; feeling of a plug in larynx; larynx sensitive to touch and when turning the neck; talking hurts the larynx, voice suddenly gives way.

Stannum [Stann]

Voice deep, hoarse, hollow; higher after hawking up mucus; roughness and hoarseness, the latter momentarily (>) by coughing.

Staphisagria [Staph]

Feeble voice from weakness of the vocal organs; after anger; hoarseness, with much tenacious mucus in larynx and chest.

Sulphur [Sulph]

Great hoarseness, harsh voice, gradually ending in complete loss of voice, especially in the morning; talking fatigues and excites the pain; shooting pains through left chest to back.

Samuel Lilienthal
Dr. Samuel Lilienthal (1815-1891) was from Germany, and became a pioneer homeopath in America. He received his Doctor of Medicine Degree from the University of Munich in 1838. After he moved to the United States, he was hired as Professor of Clinical Medicine at New York College for Women, and also as Professor of Mental and Nervous Diseases at the New York Homeopathic College.
Dr. Samuel Lilienthal was the author of many great books including “Homeopathic Therapeutics”. For many years, with the support of Dr. Constantine Hering, he was the editor of the North American Journal of Homeopathy. Dr. Lilienthal passed away on February 2nd 1891 in San Francisco.