Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Causticum in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Mucus comes into her throat, which she cannot eject by hawking, but has to swallow down, one-half hour after dinner.
Hawking of mucus.
Frequent hawking up of mucus, which is, however, replaced at once.
Hawking and expectoration of much phlegm, with sensation of soreness and burning in the fauces, from 5 P.M. till night.
Hawking up of tough mucus, which is first detached with difficulty, later on easily.
Dryness in the back part of the throat, for three days.
Dryness in the throat, without thirst.
Dryness of the throat in the morning.
Dryness of the throat, with dry tussiculation.
At times dryness, then again moisture in the throat.
Dryness in the throat, sensible in swallowing, then scratching extending down the throat.
Scrapy sensation in the fauces, especially observable in the evening and in deglutition.
Scrapy and scratchy in the throat, with heartburn.
Rough in the throat, with a sensation like heartburn.
Rough in the throat, with a sensation of lack of air in breathing.
Scraping, scratchy soreness of the throat, with a sensation during empty deglutition, as if he had to swallow over a protuberance.
Rough, hoarse throat, with pain as of soreness, as well, per se. as in speaking and swallowing.
Sensation of soreness in the throat, behind the palate.
Sore throat, paining as from excoriation.
A burning shooting pain as of soreness in the oesophagus and in the uvula, aggravated on deglutition.
Sensation as if torn within the throat, not when swallowing, but when staining the head, as also when lifting and carrying.
Sensation as if swollen in the throat and rough (aft. 2 d.).
The fauces feel too narrow and as if closed by swelling.
She has to swallow all the time; she feels as if the throat was not wide enough, and in swallowing she feels dryness in it.
Continual inclination to swallow.
Sore throat as from a lump in it, with lancinating pain.
Pressure in the throat, behind the palate and in the epiglottis.
Dull pressure in the oesophagus, as if behind the sternum, as if he had swallowed too large a morsel.
Choking pressure in the oesophagus, in the morning on awaking, as from swallowing a crust of bread not sufficiently masticated.
Violent sore throat, so that he can scarcely swallow, because it then pricks him as with needles; after dinner much relieved.
Sore throat, as if the attachment of the tongue had grown fast.
Contractive sensation of the throat, frequently.
Sensation of coldness in the throat, which rises quickly and spreads over the palate, with frequent collection of saliva.
Audible creaking, deep in the throat.
Irritation in the larynx as in incipient cold, with general feverish motions.
Acute pressive pain in the larynx when blowing the nose.
Painful drawing in the larynx, without cause.
Dryness in the larynx.
Sensation of dryness in the windpipe.
Burning and roughness in the throat, with hoarseness.
Rough throat, mucus on the chest, and feverish chill.
Mucus in the chest (the windpipe), after eating.
Rawness of the chest, in the morning.
Scraping on the chest.
Hoarseness and roughness in the throat, in the morning.
Severe hoarseness especially in the morning and evening, with scraping in the throat.
Hoarseness for many days, she could not speak a word aloud.
The voice is obstructed for several mornings, as if there was a wedge in the larynx, which the ought to throw out.
The laryngeal muscles refuse to act; despite of all efforts, he cannot utter words aloud.
Catarrh, with nocturnal dryness of the throat and stoppage of the nose, when lying down (aft. 16 d.).
Catarrh, with coughing and scratching in the throat.
Frequent desire in the larynx, to clear away something.
Hawking of mucus, with pain in the pit of the throat.
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