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Muriaticum Acidum - Throat symptoms - T.F. Allen

Muriatic Acid, Muriat. Acid, Acidum muriaticum, Acid Mur Mur-ac.


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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Muriaticum Acidum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.


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THROAT

Throat

Objective.

Mucous lining of the throat red and swollen (second day),

Diffused deep redness of the velum palati and throat (second day),

Grayish-white deposits on the mucous membrane of the throat, succeeded by ulcers (second day),

Well-defined dead-white patches, varying in size, over the velum and pillars of the palate, the tonsils, and posterior portion of the pharynx, so precisely similar to the false membrane in diphtheritic angina, that if we had not known their cause, we might have been doubtful as to their real character. (I have now before me a case of pharyngeal diphtheria, and can perceive no difference between the false membranes which characterize it and the appearance above described), (second day),

Accumulation in the throat of mucus that he is obliged to swallow,

Subjective.

Dryness of the throat, with burning in the chest,

Sensation as if a hard substance rose from the chest to the throat, where it caused tickling, and provoked a dry cough, while sitting,

Burning pain in the throat and pit of the stomach (after three-quarter of an hour),

Great sensitiveness of the left side of the throat (immediately),

Rawness and hoarseness in the throat, with a sore sensation in the chest (first day),

Rawness and burning in the throat, like heartburn, with cough,

Scraping and rawness in the throat, and some cough, with a sore pain in the chest, without hoarseness, in the evening and morning,

Uvula and Tonsils.

OEdema of the uvula (second day),

Tonsils swollen (second day),

Fauces, Pharynx, and Oesophagus.

Fauces swollen, and she was unable to swallow, the attempt producing violent spasm and choking,

Fauces much swollen and white (second day),

Swelling behind base of tongue, formed by the epiglottis and the oedematous arytaeus-epiglottic folds (second day),

Pains in lower portion of pharynx, in the epigastrium and in the abdomen (second day),

Violent pain in the pharynx, with difficulty of swallowing,

Rawness and smarting in the pharynx, night and morning, even when not swallowing,

Sharp scraping in the pharynx,

Sharp pains in the oesophagus, making deglutition difficult (after six weeks),

Swallowing.

Difficult deglutition (second day),

Inability to swallow (after nine hours),

Very painful deglutition (second day),

It seemed as though the food would not go down properly, and oppressed her (at noon),

Larynx

Epiglottis swollen, white, and corroded (after six hours),

Voice.

Voice thick and inarticulate,

Hoarseness, for eight days,

Unusual catarrhal hoarseness,

Cough and Expectoration.

Inclination to cough, with sticking griping in the throat, followed by increased secretion of mucus, that at last collects in masses,

Violent cough, at 3 A.M., with nausea and vomiting of bile,

Violent cough, as if it would burst out the sternum, from dinner till towards evening, especially on talking. laughing, and yawning, with pains as if sore and bruised,

Tickling in the throat, causing a short hacking cough (fifth day),

Violent hooping-cough, followed by audible, rumbling, extending downward in the chest,

Dry cough, with exertion, day and night (after six days),

Frequent dry cough, from tickling in the chest (fourth day),

Short, dry, hacking cough, with burning in the throat,

Loose cough, with some expectoration of mucus, in the evening and morning (sixth and seventh days),

Cough, with bloody expectoration,

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