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Gelsemium Sempervirens - Throat symptoms

Yellow Jasmine, Gelsemium Sempiverens, Gels, Gelsemium
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HPUS indication: Lethargy

Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while the very dilute homeopathic remedy may help, the raw product is often best avoided.

Below are the strongest indications (i.e. symptoms) of Gelsemium Sempervirens in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.

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THROAT

Throat

Difficult swallowing, especially of warm food

Itching and tickling in soft palate and nasopharynx

Pain in sternocleidomastoid, back of parotid

Tonsils swollen

Throat feels rough, burning

Post-diphtheritic paralysis

Tonsillitis; shooting pain into ears

Feeling of a lump in throat that cannot be swallowed

Aphonia

Swallowing causes pain in ear ( Hep Sulph Calc Hep.; Nux Vomica Nux.) Difficult swallowing

Pain from throat to ear.

Larynx (voice box); food drops into larynx

paralysis

epiglottis

spasm in vocal cords, stopping breathing

Loss of feeling

Catarrh

Choking, constricting

larynx

Cramp

Croup

Discoloration; redness

Dryness

airways

larynx

Sensation of something in throat; food; sensation as if food lodged in gullet

lump

rising sensation

on swallowing

gullet

gullet

Hawks often

Feels hot

Inflammation

gullet

tonsils

uvula (lobe at back of mouth)

larynx

Irritation

in air passages

larynx

Mucus; bloody

trachea (wind pipe)

Nausea

Pain; swallowing; on swallowing

extending to ear; on swallowing

larynx

burning

extending to other parts; left nostril

gullet

gullet; extending to stomach

air passages

larynx

larynx; during cough

trachea (wind pipe)

trachea (wind pipe); with cough

rawness; larynx

rawness; trachea (wind pipe, see chest); when coughing

sore

larynx; on swallowing

sudden, sharp; extending to ear; when swallowing

Paralysis

gullet

after diphtheria

Roughness; from coughing

air passage

Spasms, convulsions etc.

gullet

closing gullet

Swallowing; constantly

difficult

impossible

from paralysis

Swelling; tonsils

Thrush

on tonsils

Voice; guttural

hoarseness

comes on suddenly

lost

from fright

during period

from paralysis

periodic

muffled

nasal

trembling

weak

External throat; paralysis

pulsation; artery

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