Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Kali Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Sore throat, with impeded deglutition and difficult opening of the mouth.
Interference with swallowing, in the oesophagus.
Tendency to choke while eating.
During deglutition, pressure in the spine.
Difficult deglutition, the food descends very slowly in the oesophagus.
Sensitiveness of the oesophagus; warm food burns it; she can only eat lukewarm food.
The food does not pass down; dry and cold things she cannot swallow at all.
Pressure and tearing in the fauces (9th d.).
Anxious pressure in the throat.
Sensation as of a lump in the throat.
Sore throat on the left side; he feels a lump there, and stinging during empty deglutition.
Shooting pain in the fauces, as if he had a fish-bone in it, when he gets cold.
Elongation of the uvula, with stiffness of the nape.
Pain, as from soreness in the throat.
Pain as from soreness, in the throat, in the upper part of the palate, during empty deglutition, and more strongly when, swallowing food; but not when not swallowing.
Eroding sore throat, when swallowing.
Scrapy and scratchy in the throat (aft. 8d.).
Dryness in the back part of the throat.
Frequently much mucus in the throat (the first 3 d.).
Much mucus in the throat, especially in the morning.
Much mucus back in the throat, which can only be detached with much hawking.
Increased hawking of mucus (19th d.).
Tough mucus, back in the fauces in the morning; it can neither be swallowed down easily nor hawked up, with a constant sensation as if a plug of mucus lodged in his throat (16th d.).
Bitterness in the throat.
On the larynx, frequent drawing pain, with sensation of rawness.
When eating, some of the food is apt to get into the larynx, causing him to choke.
Very rough sensation in the throat, with much sneezing.
Sore throat with cough.
Sore throat when the body is uncovered.
Very rough and hoarse in the throat, for several days.
Complete hoarseness and aphony (aft. 24 h.).
At first, hoarseness, then excessive fluent coryza.
Hoarseness as if something was lodged in the throat, exciting him to hawk.
It feels as if there was a plug sticking in the throat; by coughing, it is detached and the throat is cleared.
Scrapy sensation on the chest, caused by the wind.
Growling and slight snoring in the trachea, with respiring, before the cough sets in.
Tickling in the larynx, exciting to cough, with severe hoarseness.
Crawling in the throat, exciting hawking and coughing, with sensation as if the mucus was firmly attached, in the morning and evening (12th, 22d, 29th d.).≡ more ...