Cham, should be given for a similar dry cough, which is worse at night, even during sleep,and arises from a tickhng in the pit of the throat — something rising in the throat which takes away the breath, particularly with children, and during the winter after taking cold. Also for a tickling cough which is caused by speaking, in the morning and evening, but which ceases after the patient gets warm in bed; also when in the morning some tough bitter mucus is thrown up.