≡ ▼

Alumina - Nose symptoms - Hahnemann

Oxide of Aluminum, Argilla, Aluminium Oxydatum, Aluminum, Alum.

Available in 3C-30C, 200C, 6X-30X, 1M from $6.59
Purchase options
HPUS indication of Alumina: Constipation

Have you ever used Alumina? Yes No

< < Alumina- main page

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



Intermittent burning pain in the right nostril, in the evening (1st d.).

Tearing in and near the right nasal cavity, which passes away only for a short time when pressed upon (2d d.).

Itching on the dorsum, the side and around the orifice of the nose.

Violent itching of one ala of the nose for 1 hour.

Ulcerated nostrils.

Soreness with scabs in the right nostril; with a discharge of much thick, yellowish mucus from the nose (the first 4 weeks).

On the right side of the nose two pimples with burning, stinging pain.

A furuncle on the nose.

Bleeding of the nose.

In blowing his nose, pure blood is discharged.

The septum of the nose is swollen, red and painful to the touch; in the evening the pains are aggravated with stitches in the forehead (1st d.).

Swelling and induration of the left nostril, which is painful to the touch (8th d.).

Sour smell in the nose, in the morning (3d d.).

Excessively acute sense of smell.

Weakness of olfaction.

The nose is stopped up (1st d.).

The left nostril is stopped up (10th d.).

A sensation in the nose as if a cold in the head were coming on in the evening, for several days (4th d.).

Secretion of much thick and viscid mucus from the nose.

Snoring during the siesta (6th d.).

Rattling and whistling through the nose with obscured voice, afternoon (3d d.).


Frequent sneezing (and hiccough) without coryza (1st, 2d, 7th d.).

Indisposition as from coryza, which cannot develop itself.

Catarrh with sneezing and obstruction of the nose, the whole day (3d d.).

Dry coryza (9th d.).

Severe dry coryza, especially at night, with great dryness of the mouth.

Sudden violent fluent coryza from the left nostril, while the right is entirely obstructed.

First fluent coryza, then a severe dry coryza, so that he cannot breathe through either nostril.

Water runs from the right nostril without coryza.

Running coryza (with obscured voice), afternoon and morning (4th, 6th d.).

Running coryza with frequent sneezing and lachrymation.

≡ more ...