Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Mezereum in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Sore throat, from swallowing, like pressure from a plug.
Pressive sore throat, more when not swallowing, than while swallowing.
Violent pressive pain, posteriorly in the fauces, when not swallowing, at times only on one side.
Pressive pain in the throat on deglutition, as if the bony palate were split in two.
Pressive pain in the fauces, as soon as he swallows a morsel, and a sudden shiver, seemingly from the scrobiculus cordis, with loathing and shaking of the head and the chest.
Tensive pain in empty deglutition, as from a sore throat, on the left side of the pharynx.
Constriction and contraction of the pharynx.
The oesophagus feels contracted, the food presses on it in swallowing.
Sensation of constriction in the oesophagus, with crawling, not impeding eating.
Slight drawing and tickling, posteriorly in the fauces and pharynx.
Scraping smarting, posteriorly in the fauces and the pharynx, as in severe coryza, worse from empty deglutition.
Scratching and burning in the palate and fauces.
Scrapy sensation in the fauces, and tough mucus in it, which must be detached by hawking, accompanied with burning in the fauces.
Roughness in the fauces (also aft. 24 h.).
The fauces feel sore, when the open air has access to them.
Sore and rough in the fauces and on the palate.
Sore and raw, posteriorly in the throat, sensible at inspiring, but most when swallowing.
Constant burning in the fauces and the oesophagus (at once).
Burning in the fauces and throat.
Burning in the throat.
Burning in the fauces, as if he had swallowed pepper.
Violent burning in the fauces.
Cooling burning in the throat and on the tongue, extending into the stomach, as from Mentha Piperita peppermint confections.
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