Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Bryonia in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Mouth and lips very dry; only momentarily relieved by drinking.
Lower lip dry, burning and sensitive; especially in smokers.
Gums and teeth
Teeth seem too long.
Toothache relieved by cold water, aggravated by taking anything warm in mouth.
Tearing stitching toothache while eating, extending to muscles of neck, aggravated by warmth.
Jerking toothache when smoking.
Collection of much soapy, frothy saliva.
Dryness in mouth, without thirst, or with thirst for large quantities of water.
Tongue coated white.
Tongue rough, cracked, and often of a dark brown color.
Dryness of tongue; tip moist.
Several small blisters on tip of tongue.
Offensive smell from mouth, with hawking of offensive, tough mucus, sometimes in round cheesy lumps, the size of a pea.
Taste flat, insipid; sweetish; bitter (which cold drinks relieve); offensive, bitter; has no taste for food; when not eating mouth is bitter.≡ more ...