Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Allium Cepa in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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The throat was decidedly affected, after fifteen minutes,
A constrictive pain in the forepart of the throat, low down in the region of the os hyoides, after five or six minutes; low down posteriorly on the right side, after seven minutes,
Drawing pain in the left side of the throat, relieved by cold air (second day),
Some redness on the back part of the palate on the right side,
Pain in the throat extending to the ear,
In the throat and orifice of the Eustachian tube, chilling or burning twitching and gnawing, not painful,
Heat low in the pharynx, extending into the stomach,
Pain in the throat below the larynx, as after swallowing too large a mouthful, or as if swollen; the pains extend every little while into the right ear; the whole afternoon, coming on after midday, ten drops,
In the pharynx, the feeling as if the food remained stuck behind the breast-bone,
Throat-ache, as if there was a lump in the throat, which is sore but only on swallowing and elevating the tongue, the next morning (twenty-four hours),
(In chronic difficulty of deglutition, like a "ball in the throat," she brought up a lump of mucus and was then relieved, )
Throat-ache as after taking cold,
(Soreness of the throat with catarrh, )
A sense of nausea extending into the throat,
A benumbed feeling in the back part of the throat, persistent (first day),
Great dryness of the soft palate after breakfast, continuing two hours and a half (first day),
With great dryness of both nostrils, considerable thirst; white, frothy, tasteless mucus collects in the fauces, which is easily expectorated without cough,
Dryness in the throat,
He hawks up mucus which has a sweetish, nauseous taste, the third day,
Toward evening, collection of mucus behind the choanae,
In the posterior fauces, in the choanae, and on the posterior surface of the soft palate, a soft bland mucus constantly collects, which compels one either to swallow or hawk it up; evening of the first day,
In the morning, a raw feeling in the fauces, with tickling in the region of the epiglottis, first on the right, then on the left side; together with a sensation of weakness in the stomach, very annoying hiccough, and uprising of frothy salivary mucus fluid; eructations of wind, and passage of offensive flatus.
Therewith, constant inclination to hacking to relieve the tickling in the larynx.
After breakfast, severe pain in the right ankle, and rumblings in the abdomen (second day),
(Diminished secretion of mucus in the throat, with chronic catarrh of the fauces, )
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