Is of use in hay-fever, coryza, and pharyngitis. Dry nares and pharynx, with thick, lumpy secretion. Small-pox.
Compare: Sulph.; Capsic.; Colocy.; Sinapis Alba - White Mustard - (throat symptoms marked; especially Pressure and burning, with obstruction in esophagus; sensation of a lump in oesophagus behind the Manubrium Sterni and with much eructation; similar symptoms in rectum). Mustard oil by inhalation (acts on the sensory nerve endings of the trigeminal. Relieves pain in middle ear disease and in painful conditions of nose, nasal cavities, and tonsils.)
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Tongue feels blistered.
Sweat on upper lip and forehead
Scalp hot and itches
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Dryness of anterior nares.
Nostrils alternately stopped
Stoppage of left nostril all day, or in afternoon and evening
Dry, hot, with lachrymation, sneezing; hacking cough; better lying down
Mucus from posterior nares feels COLD
nose; running or blocked nose (coryza); annual (hay fever);
nose; skin or lining of nose; discoloration; redness; wings; ;
Scanty, ACRID discharge
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Feels scalded, hot, inflamed
Loud coughing-spells with barking expiration.
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Pain in bladder, frequent COPIOUS flow day and night.
Sweat better when nausea comes on.
Colic; pains come on while bent forward; better, sitting up straight
Hot sour eructations
Stomach; Offensive breath,
smelling like onions ( Asaf
Burning in stomach, extending up oesophagus, throat, and mouth, which is full of canker sores
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Cough is relieved by lying down.
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Rheumatic pain in intercostal and lumbar muscles; sleeplessness from pain in back and hips.
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generalities; afternoon; ;
generalities; evening; ;
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