Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Calc Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Sore throat, with glandular swelling under the jaw.
Pain in the throat, as if the uvula impeded swallowing, even in empty deglutition; but in speaking, less pain, and none at all while lying in bed.
Sore throat, as if swollen within, extending up to the ears (aft. 14 d.).
Sore throat, as from a lump in the throat, in swallowing.
Sensation as of a foreign body in the pharynx, always compelling him to swallow (aft. 15 d.).
Obstruction in the throat to swallowing, as of a body pressing there.
Spasmodic constriction of the oesophagus.
Sensation in the oesophagus in the afternoon, as if the food had lodged in it, and had not got into the stomach, with a sort of qualmishness.
Pressure in the oesophagus, after deglutition.
Stitching and pressure in the throat, on swallowing.
Violent stitches in the throat, even into the ear, on deglutition and more yet in speaking.
Stitches in the throat on deglutition, she cannot get bread down.
Violent stitch on the right side at the top of the oesophagus, when not swallowing (aft. ¾ h.).
Roughness and burning in the throat, with a sensation as if the whole oesophagus, down to the orifice of the stomach, was rough and sore.
Sensation as if the throat and the uvula were sore and quite excoriated.
Rawness and soreness of the whole oesophagus; he can hardly swallow anything (aft. 29 d.).
Swelling of the tonsils, with elongation of the uvula, and a sensation of tightness of the oesophagus in swallowing, and a feeling of soreness with stitches (aft. 5 d.).
Swelling and inflammation of the palate; the uvula is dark-red and full of vesicles.
Swelling and dark redness of uvula.
After every meal, she has for several hours afterwards an almost intolerable burning of the throat, with or without eructation.
The throat is rough, especially in the morning.
Roughness of the larynx, with pain on deglutition.
Painless hoarseness, so that she cannot talk, especially in the morning (aft. 11 d.).
Hoarse, rough throat, for three days (aft. 24 h.).
Tickling in the windpipe, inciting to tussiculation.
Whooping, hoarse cough, which, as far as can be heard strikes against no phlegm.
Mucus in the larynx, detached by clearing the throat.
Mucus on the chest, without cough (aft. several h.).
Sibilus in the windpipe, in the evening, after lying down.
Loud rattling in the windpipe on expiring, as from mucus on the chest (aft. 37 h.).≡ more ...