Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Calc Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Cramp-like contraction of the mouth.
Gums and teeth
Toothache, aggravated or excited by a current of air, or by cold air, or by taking anything too hot or cold, or by noise, or else during and after the catamenia; the pains are, for the most part, shooting, piercing, contractive, pulsative, or gnawing, and digging, with a sensation as of excoriation.
Toothache at night, as if from congestion of blood.
Sensation of lengthening and loosening of the teeth.
Fetid odour of the teeth.
Painful sensibility of the gums, with shootings.
Ready bleeding and swelling of the gums, with throbbings and pulsations.
Fistulous ulcers in the gums of the lower jaw.
Accumulation of mucus in the mouth.
Constant spitting of acid saliva.
Vesicles in the mouth and on the tongue.
Dryness of the tongue and of the mouth, chiefly at night and in the morning on waking.
Swelling of the tongue, sometimes on one side.
Tongue loaded with a white coating.
Burning and pain as of excoriation on the tongue and in the mouth.
Tongue difficult to move, with embarrassed and indistinct speech.
Ranula under the tongue.≡ more ...