Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Baryta Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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A cluster of small itching pimples with a red base, below the left corner of the mouth.
Pustule in the right corner of the mouth, painful to the touch.
Under the chin, pressure, aggravated by touching and by moving the lower jaw.
He cannot close the lower jaw without great pain in the articulation of the jaw.
A tearing pain in the lower jaw.
A stitch in the middle of the lower jaw.
Painful gnawing in the left lower jaw.
The glands on the lower jaw are painful.
Swelling of the glands of the lower jaw (aft. 39 d.).
The buccal cavity feels numb in the morning (3d and 4th d.).
Glutinous sensation in the mouth.
The lips are dry, early after rising.
Feeling of dryness in the lips and in the gums, not relieved by drinking.
Burning on a small spot on the red of the lower lip (17th d.).
Sensation of swelling in the upper lip.
Swelling of the upper lip with burning pain.
Cracked upper lip.
A burning chap on the lower lip.
A blister on the lower lip.
A broad red spot on the upper lip, under the skin, very painful to the touch.
Gums and teeth
Toothache in the evening in bed, not during the day (aft. 8 d.).
Tensive and lancinating pain in the whole of the right row of teeth.
Threatening pain in a molar.
Tearing in the molars.
Painful gnawing in the roots and the gums of the molars.
Boring in the teeth, as if they were being burst in pieces, when anything cold or warm is brought in the mouth.
Drawing, jerking, throbbing toothache, as if something was lodged under the teeth, drawing into the ear and the right temple.
Throbbing pain, with great sensitiveness in a lower molar, early after rising.
Burning pain, now in an upper, then in a lower tooth of the left side, with gathering of much saliva in the mouth; he can not lie on this side, because the side of the head then seems to him as it were squeezed in, and there is throbbing in the left ear.
Formicating burning in the left lower row of teeth (aft. 36 d.).
Painful formication in the crown of the teeth, in the evening (6th d.).
Sore pain in the tooth, she dared not touch the tooth.
A sound tooth begins to be loose, and pains during eating and for some time afterwards.
(A tooth becomes hollow rapidly).
Severe bleeding of the teeth, frequently.
The gums bleed and seem to recede from the teeth.
Swelling and painfulness of the gums of an upper molar on the right side; it only looks reddish and has a narrow, dark-red border near the tooth; on drinking anything cold, the tooth pains acutely, as well as the neighboring ones.
Dryness in the mouth, early on rising.
Much thick mucus in the mouth.
Constant spitting of saliva, for eight days (aft. 38 d.).
Constant spitting of saliva, without nausea.
The mouth is always full of water, rising up from the stomach (14th d.).
Thirst, with dryness in the mouth.
Hardness of a spot on the middle of the tongue, with burning on being touched, for several days (aft. 18 d.).
A chap, with burning pain, on the tip of the tongue (4th d.).
A crack, as if torn, on the left border of the tongue, which pains as if sore.
Pain on the side of the tongue, as from vesicles.
Pointed vesicles, on the middle of the tongue.
Burning vesicles on the tip of the tongue, of long duration (aft. 6 d.).
A vesicle under the tongue.
Thickly coated tongue.
Dryness of the tongue, in the morning, with a sensation as if the throat was swollen, on deglutition.
Bitter and slimy sensation in the mouth, with coated tongue (6th d.).
Sense of taste quite lost, for several days.
Perverted taste in the mouth, every morning, with thickly coated tongue.
Perverted, bitter taste and smell in the mouth.
Very bitter taste in the mouth, while food has its proper taste.
Sour taste in the mouth, in the evening.
Sour taste in the mouth before eating, not afterwards.
Sour taste in the mouth, early after eating (48th d.).
Sweet taste posteriorly on the root of the tongue (aft. 19 d.).
Salty taste in the mouth and throat, in the afternoon.
Scratchy taste in the throat, during the (customary) smoking of tobacco (aft. ¾ h.).
Unbearable, fetid smell from the mouth, which the himself did not perceive (5th d.).
Sensation in the upper lip, as if it was about to swell up, but on its inner side and on the palate a sensation as if it was burnt or turgid.
The whole mouth is filled with inflamed vesicles, especially the palate and the inside of the cheeks.
On the tongue, early on awaking, roughness; when he touches the palate with it, it feels like a grater (31st d.).
In the palate, pricks, as from needles (9th d.).≡ more ...