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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Kali Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Blue rings around the eyes.
Pale, hollow eyed face, especially in the open air, where the child looks as if frozen.
Pale face, with weary, lifeless eyes.
Heat and redness in the face, in the morning in bed.
Long-continued heat and redness of the face, while the feet are icy cold.
Burning red cheeks in the evening, for an hour and a half; then great paleness of the face.
Burning itching in the face.
Itching of the skin of the face, after previous quivering; he had to rub, when it burned like fire.
Severe swelling of the cheek, passing into a gum boil, without any previous toothache.
Swelling on the right cheek, extending downward, with stitches and pain when touched.
Swollen cheek, with tearing and shooting.
Swollen, red cheek, with little eruptive pimples, also on the nose.
Eruptive pimples in the face.
Pimple come and go in the face.
Pimples in the face, continually.
Pimples in the face, with pus in their apices.
Pimples on the zygomata, with burning pain.
Painless lump on the skin, anteriorly on the cheek, below the ear.
Small, red pustule, in the middle of the forehead, going off the next morning.
Freckles in the face.
Dry, brittle skin on the whole face.
Pressive drawing in the muscles of the cheek, near the lower jaw.
Tearing in the left zygoma, and then on the inner side of the cheek.
Tearing in the left zygoma, only relieved by pressing on it, with a sensation as if the cheek was swollen, in the evening and through the night till next morning, so that she wept and could not sleep.
Tearing in the lower jaw and before the right ear.
Squeezing tearing in the right zygoma, extending to the palate.
Burning in the face, below the right eye.
Quivering in the left cheek, with fine burning stitches, with tearing extending upward into the left temple, in the evening.
On the right side of the chin, a squeezing pain, near the articulation of the jaw.
Intolerable cramp in the jaws, which, as it were, contracted the throat (the fauces?) at the same time.
Itching on the chin.
The submaxillary gland pains when touched.
Swelling of the lower jaw, and its glands with looseness of the teeth.≡ more ...