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Ammonium Muriaticum - Mouth symptoms - Hahnemann

Ammonium Chloride, Sal. Ammoniac, Am m Am-m.


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HPUS indication of Ammonium Muriaticum: Acrid tears

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


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MOUTH

Mouth

Bitter in the mouth, the whole day (aft. 7, 8 d.).

Eructation of air (soon aft. taking medicine).

Belching up the ingesta.

Hiccup, very frequent, at times with stitches in the left side of the chest.

Lips

The lips are contracted and seem to be fatty.

Both the lips burn like fire; also at times, burning with stinging of the upper lip (2d and 22d d.).

Excoriated spot on the right side of the lower lip, with burning pain, as if sore (2d d.).

Chapped lips.

Dry lips, shrunk together, they chapped, and she had to moisten them continually with the tongue.

Itching pimples about the upper lip (2d d.).

Blisters on the upper lip, which inflame and fester (aft. 22 d.).

Gums and teeth

Swelling of the gums, on the left lower row, with stitches up into the temple on that side (aft. 11 d.).

Tearing in the teeth.

Tearing toothache, mostly in the evening, sometimes ceasing in bed.

Tearing in a decayed root of a tooth, ceasing on pressure with the finger (15th d.).

Stinging pain in the upper front teeth (5th d.).

Tongue

On the tip of the tongue vesicles, paining, as if burned.

On the tip of the tongue, vesicles, which burn like fire (3d d.).

Taste

Taste in the mouth pappy, early on getting up (3d d.).

Disagreeable taste and collection of water in the mouth (1st d.).

In the morning, bitter taste in the mouth, with bitter eructation, passing away after partaking of food (1st d.).

Sourish taste in the mouth.

Early on awaking, sour taste in the mouth (14th d.).

Pressive eructation, with taste of food partaken (aft. 22 d.).

Bitter eructation, at times with the taste of food eaten, or with hiccup (5th, 11th d.).

In the afternoon, belching up bitter, sour water, the taste of which remained in her mouth until she again ate something (17th d.).

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