Benzoic Acid. - Mouth symptoms - T.F. AllenBenzoic Acid, Benzoicum Acidum, Benz.-ac, Benzene Carboxylic Acid, Carboxybenzene, E210, Dracylic Acid, Acidum benzoicum, Benzoicum Acid, Benz-ac.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Benzoic Acid. in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Heat around the mouth,
Involuntary biting of the lower lip at dinner, on two successive days,
Gums and teeth
Stitches in a right lower hollow molar,
Slight cutting pain in the teeth,
Slow jerking in a right upper molar,
The Benzoic oil has been given for toothache, (A.)
The resin has been used as a chewing-gum in toothache, (Schroeder).
An ulcerated tumor in the left side of the mouth, upon the soft commissure of the jaws, behind the last molar teeth,
Slightly acid mucus,
Extensive ulcerations of the tongue, with deeply-chapped or fungoid surfaces,
Velvety coating on the tongue,
Tongue with a white mucous coat in the morning,
Tongue of a slightly bluish color,
Soreness on the back part of the tongue,
Soreness of the back part of the tongue, felt most while swallowing,
After-taste of the food,
Taste of blood,
The bread tastes smoky,
Flat, soapy taste after drinking water,
Salty taste of food,
Bitter taste, with pressure at the stomach and eructation,
Bitter taste on drinking coffee or milk,
Sensation of soreness and rawness at the root of the tongue and on the palate,≡ more ...