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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In the mouth, swelling of the right cheek into a thick lump, with drawing tearing pains in it every evening.
Blisters in the mouth, which break open and form ulcers (aft. 12 d.) (after vexation?).
Blisters in the mouth, and ulcers arising thence on the inside of the cheek (after a cold?).
Whitish-yellow little ulcers, on the right tonsil in the mouth.
Talking is difficult for her.
He moved his mouth as if he would talk or scream, but could not utter a word.
Dry and bitter in the throat, the whole day, chiefly in the morning.
Phlegm in the mouth, in the morning, not easily removed by rinsing the mouth (aft. 24 h.).
The lips and the mouth are spasmodically contracted, so that she could not open the mouth.
At first a slight drawing in the lower lip, then it was as if dead, white and numb, with a sensation as if it was getting thick and hanging down, for five minutes.
Stinging itching about the upper and lower lips.
Itching crawling on the upper lip, which on rubbing at once re-appears on another spot near by (aft. 1 h.).
Roughness and dryness of the lips, especially the upper lip, as if it would chap (aft; 49 h.).
Chapped lips, with fissures and excoriation in the tongue (aft. 48 h.).
Chapped upper lip.
Swelling of the upper lip, in the morning.
Eruption on the vermilion of the lower lip (aft. 32 d.).
Pimples on the upper lip.
Eruption of pimples around the mouth and in the commissures of the lips.
Pimple under the right commissure of the lips.
Scurfy pimple on the margin of the vermilion of the lower lip.
Large, humid scurf under the right commissure of the lips.
Ulcerated commissure of the lips, for fourteen days.
The right commissure of the lips is closed by ulceration, and pains as if sore.
Gums and teeth
Toothache, only while eating.
Toothache, excited by hot and cold things, but chiefly by a draught, day and night, with flow of much saliva from the mouth, and stitches darting out at the ears and the eyes, so that she cannot sleep at night (aft. 8 d.).
Toothache in all the teeth (as of fine needle-pricks) aggravated by cold air penetrating the mouth; it wakes him at night from sleep.
The teeth cannot bear the air, nor cold.
Toothache, only when cold air or drinks come into the mouth.
The tooth is painfully sensitive to every touch.
The toothache is increased by external noise.
Drawing in the teeth.
Drawing pain in a front tooth, for some minutes, and returning at intervals (aft. 17 d.).
Drawing cutting in all the teeth (aft. 11 d.).
Tearing in the teeth, as if the roots were being torn out (aft. 20 h.).
Tearing in the teeth upward into the head, into the temple chiefly at night.
Single tearing pains in hollow teeth, in paroxysms of half an hour, worst when partaking of something warm; also at night; it tears in the whole cheek.
Gnawing toothache, worst in the evening.
Gnawing toothache in the right upper molars, as if they were becoming hollow, in all positions (aft. 6 h.).
Smarting pain in the teeth.
Much tickling toothache in the hollow tooth.
Boring toothache, with stitches toward the nasal bone, day and night, and with swelling of the gums and cheek.
Boring and stinging toothache up into the eye and the ear, enormously aggravated by driving in a carriage (22d d.).
At first stitches in the posterior molar, two hours after dinner, then boring, relieved by eating.
Severe stitches in a tooth, up into the right eye and the right temple; only in daytime; with it, a tendency to touch the tooth with the tongue, which, however, causes every time a severe stinging jerk in the tooth, so that she started, and it shook her (the first 5 d.).
Stitches in the teeth.
Twitching toothache (24th d.).
Twitching in the left teeth and the left side of the head.
A push against the teeth, as with a fist.
Tendency to chatter with the teeth, as in a chill.
Beating toothache in a canine tooth, only while eating.
Throbbing toothache, with sensitiveness of the tooth to the touch, and a gum-boil, which pained on being touched (aft. 7 d.).
Looseness of an old stump under the swollen gums, with stinging pain as of soreness when touched.
Soreness of the teeth; only when she bit on them, they pained violently.
The teeth feel as if elongated.
The gums itch.
Fine stitching in the gums of the whole upper jaw (aft. 2 h.).
Boring in the upper gums on the right side, with subsequent swelling of the same, with pressive drawing in the right temporal muscle.
Severe throbbing in the gums.
Beating in the swollen gums.
Soreness of the gums, with painfulness of the roots of the teeth.
Swelling of the gums in a hollow tooth.
Painful swelling of the gums, without toothache; also with swelling of the cheek, which is painful when touched (aft. 3 d.).
Swelling of the gums (and the jaw); chiefly on a broken tooth a lump swells up, from which the pains extend to the ear.
Pustules in the gums, over one molar, like a dental fistula (after a cold.) (aft. 24 d.).
Ulcer on the gums (aft. 14 d.).
Bleeding of the gums, also at night (aft. 2, 2 d.).
Little vesicles on the inner side of the cheek, where the teeth strike.
Dryness in the mouth, as from lime.
Much gathering of saliva in the mouth, but not so as to spit it out.
Saliva collects several times in the mouth, in the forenoon, with qualmishness (4th d.).
Much collection of saliva in the mouth, he could not swallow enough (aft. 1 ½ h.).
Much mucus in the mouth, with sensation of dryness.
Expectoration of mucus, at night, with scratching in the throat.
Hawking up mucus, in the morning.
The tongue pains on the side and in its lower surface, especially when chewing, swallowing and spitting out (7th d.).
Pain under the tongue, on the left side, behind the os hyoides, in swallowing.
Burning pain on the tip of the tongue, as from soreness; she could not take anything warm into her mouth, on account of the pain (aft. 6 h.).
Violent pain on the tongue and in the whole mouth.
Sensation of roughness and soreness of the tongue, which is coated white.
Thick tongue, quite white, with sensation as if it was totally without skin, and sore.
Swelling of one side of the tongue, impeding deglutition.
Vesicles on the tongue, which trouble him in eating.
Vesicles on the tongue, with burning pain and heat in the mouth.
White coated tongue (the first days).
Impeded mobility of the tongue.
Great dryness of the mouth and tongue, with a rough, stinging sensation.
Dryness of the tongue, early on awaking (aft. 13 d.).
Sensation of dryness on the tongue (aft. 5 d.).
Bad smell from the teeth.
Mucus in the throat, with taste of iron.
The taste is blunted.
Everything tastes to her as if unsalted.
The food has too little taste for him, especially the meat.
Insipid, watery taste in the mouth, while the taste of food is abnormally acute.
Bad taste in the mouth, in the morning, as from a spoiled stomach.
Taste as of manure in the mouth, and fauces.
Unclean, bitterish taste in the mouth.
In the morning, two hours after rising, bitter taste in the mouth.
Bitterish taste, back in the mouth (5th d.).
Sweet taste in the mouth, as from sugar, day and night (aft. 12 d.).
Metallic taste, taste of lead in the mouth, in the morning (aft. 6 d.).
Taste of iron in the mouth.
Taste of ink in the mouth, in the morning on awaking.
Sour taste in the mouth.
Sour taste in the mouth, with much viscid saliva.
Sour taste of the saliva, which she continually spits out (aft. 2 d.).
Sour taste of all food, without any sour taste in the mouth (after a cold?).
Salty taste in the mouth, and much thirst (aft. several h.).
Sensation of much mucus in the fauces, when swallowing, with dryness in the mouth (aft. 1 ½ h.).
In the palate, stinging.
Roughness and scraping, posteriorly in the palate, inciting to cough, but not removed thereby (aft. 12 d.).
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