Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Baryta Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Dejected, he did not want to speak.
Dejection and unsociableness.
She suspected, that when walking in the street, men found fault with her, and judged her amiss, which made her anxious, so that she dared not look up, she looked at nobody, and perspired all over.
Sad and anxious, all manner of gloomy ideas as to his future fate rise in his mind, and the believes himself totally forsaken; in the evening (aft. 35 d.).
An evil fearful foreboding comes suddenly upon his soul, as if e.g., a beloved friend might suddenly have fallen fatally ill. .
Grief at every trifle.
Great solicitude and anxious apprehension.
She is very anxious and solicitous about things quite trifling, which else are indifferent to her.
Anxious and fearful; a little noise on the street seems to him at once like fire alarm, and he is frightened by it, so that it darts through all his limbs.
Long wavering between opposing resolutions (aft. several days.).
During the day she determines to attend to some particular matter; but scarcely has the time come, when she is sorry for it, and she knows not for irresolution what to do or to leave undone.
All self-confidence has vanished.
Great timidity and cowardice.
Extremely discouraged and pusillanimous; she thinks she will die, and weeps (7th-10th d.).
Pusillanimity and anxiety.
Great ennui and ill-humor.
Cross and peevish.
Indisposed to play, of children.
Peevish, cross, indisposed to work.
Cross and quarrelsome.
Extremely contrary, irritable humor, passionate about trifles (very soon).
Sudden, excessive, but quickly transient burst of anger and wrath, even to rage, even from slight causes, easily provoked even to violence (aft. several d.).
Mirthfulness, passing over into wantonness.
Lack of memory (aft. 16 h.).
Great forgetfulness, he does not know what he has said just before (aft. 27 d.).
Forgetfulness, the forgets the word he is about to utter.
In the midst of her talk she often cannot think of quite a common word.
Inattention of a child in studying.
Dullness in the head.
Stupid in the head.
Gloomy in the head, early on awaking and the whole forenoon (aft. 27 d.).
Numb feeling of the head, when sitting; passing off in the open air (20th d.).
The greatest irresolution; the proposes to himself a brief journey, and as soon as he is to make his preparation, he is sorry for it, and prefers to stay at home.≡ more ...