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Aloe Socotrina - Throat symptoms - T.F. Allen

Socotrine Aloes, Aloes, Aloe.


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HPUS indication of Aloe Socotrina: Diarrhea

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Aloe Socotrina in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.


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THROAT

Throat

Scraping sensation in the throat, provoking cough,

Sense of swelling or pressure in the throat, at eight or nine o'clock in the morning of the fifth day,

Throat affections after skating; again in the evening, in the middle of the soft palate posteriorly (the eleventh and thirteenth days),

Dryness in the throat,

Dryness and inflammation in the throat with cough and expectoration,

On rising in the morning, some rawness of the fauces, chiefly in the upper part, in the soft palate and uvula, with a somewhat raw voice, which disappears at breakfast, returning on going into the open and cold air (afternoons), (second day),

The arches of the velum palati pain on chewing hard food; the hard palate and the region around the hindermost back teeth feel as if burnt and inflamed; not on swallowing food. Especially painful is the stretching of the soft palate on yawning (sixth to eight day),

Soreness of the left arch of the palate, on opening wide the mouth (ninth and tenth days),

Pain in the throat as if the soft palate and uvula were swollen; evenings, worse on awaking in the morning; first disappears at midday (twenty-first and twenty-second days),

Hoarseness in the back part of the fauces,

Thick mucus in the mouth and fauces on waking at three o'clock,

Hawking thick mucus out of the fauces for a few days (the fourth day), (morning of fifteenth day),

The pain in the fauces is accompanied by expectoration of thick, lumpy mucus from the fauces and choanae (twenty-second and twenty-third days),

Pressure from the stomach up into the pharynx,

Sense of fulness in the pharynx, with empty eructations; at times, also, without eructations (second day),

Pressive pain in the pharynx, sensation of rawness and swelling, especially on swallowing; hawking up of thick mucus on awaking (morning at three o'clock), going away on rising (fourth day),

Hawking up thick, tough, lumpy mucus, like jelly, easily loosened, early after rising (fifth day),

No expectoration of mucus,

Pain in the back of the throat on swallowing,

The throat feels as if it were constricted,

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