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Natrum Carbonicum - Mouth symptoms - Hahnemann

Carbonate Of Sodium, Nat-carb, Natrium carbonicum, Nat Carb, natcarb, Nat-c.


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


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MOUTH

Mouth

Pustules about the mouth.

Two small herpes about the mouth.

Small ulcers about the mouth.

In the left lower jaw, frequent tearing (4th d.).

Rheumatic pain in the jaws.

Beating in the right lower jaw, from the middle forward, toward the chin, after breakfast (1st d.).

Bruised pain in the angle of the lower jaw, after dinner; ceasing when pressing upon it.

Ulcerative pain, with throbbing in the articulation of the left jaw, seemingly in the bone, it ceases when pressed upon.

Quivering in the left lower jaw (1st d.).

Swelling of the submaxillary glands.

Several flat ulcerative spots in the mouth, with burning pain on touching them.

Sore pain on the inside of the cheeks, when chewing.

Lisping for several days, whenever he speaks.

Talking becomes hard to her.

Lips

On the lips, an eruption of pimples.

Eruption of pimples on the red of the lower lip, with erosive painful soreness of the commissure of the lips.

Pimple on the lower lip.

Eruption on the right commissure of the lips (aft. 20 d.).

Whitish blister, as large as a lentil, on the red of the upper lip, with sore burning pain and later with a crust upon it.

Blisters on the commissure of the lips, also suppurating ones.

Furuncle on the upper lip.

Burning chap on the lower lip.

Twitching in the upper lip (aft. 18 d.).

Frequent quivering in the upper lip (6th d.).

Burning on the upper lip and on the right commissure of the lips, on a small spot, as if a blister was there.

Fine tickling itching on the upper lip, and a fine stitch on touching it, in the evening.

Toothache (tearing?) through the whole night, then swelling of the lower lip and cessation of the pain (aft. 14 h.).

Always dry in the mouth and on the lips, which she has to keep licking; as if caused by the heat of the breath (aft. 7 d.).

Gums and teeth

Toothache, with swelling of the gums and violent fever, for three days (aft. 2 d.).

Extreme sensitiveness of the lower teeth, for two days.

Sensitiveness of the teeth, as if scorbutic, and as from boggish water (aft. 3 d.).

Dull drawing pressive pains in a hollow tooth, after a cold.

Dull pressure and boring in a hollow tooth.

Drawing boring in the hollow teeth.

Jerks in the teeth, while eating.

Frequent jerks in the right lower teeth, and great sensitiveness in their crowns.

Twitching tearing in the teeth, also in the evening, and after dinner.

Tearing and single tearing pains in the teeth, at different times and days.

Tearing toothache, only at night, after 9 P.M., not by day.

Toothache, as if the teeth were being pulled, by day and by night; diminished by warmth; bleeding of the gums; coldness of the body, all the day, with thirst for two weeks.

Dull shooting in a hollow tooth, after dinner, ceasing after smoking tobacco, returning after eating peas.

Sudden stitch in a tooth entirely sound (aft. 23 d.).

Burrowing toothache, in the evening when walking, which after supper became pulsative and only ceased on falling asleep.

Fine, short boring in the anterior molars of the left lower row.

Violent burrowing and boring in a hollow tooth, aggravated by touching it with the tongue, awakes him in the morning and also recurs by day, after a breakfast of honey and partaking of sweet things at dinner, it continues during the afternoon in cold, damp, rainy weather, till evening (26th d.).

Burrowing toothache, just after breakfast, with swelling of the right cheek; much aggravated by touching the cheek (28th d.).

Burrowing and boring in a hollow tooth, in the evening, till falling asleep (12th d.).

Cold formication runs through the upper molars.

Sensation in the hollow teeth, as if cold air was rushing out, after dinner.

Looseness of the teeth.

Looseness of a left molar.

The gums on the inside of the teeth seem to him rough, when touched by the tongue.

Ulcerative pain of the lower gums on the left side.

Loose gums (aft. 23d d.).

Bleeding of the gums (aft. sev. h.).

Sore pain of the tip of the tongue, on touching the teeth with it.

Saliva

Small, red, itching, eruptional vesicles, filled with water, on the chin (6th d.).

In the mouth, a large blister on the left cheek, which, on being squeezed open, gave out water.

Viscid saliva, for many days.

When talking, she has a pain in the scrobiculus cordis; her saliva seems beaten into foam.

Much nasal mucus is discharged through the mouth (5th d.).

Insipid mucus in the mouth.

Tongue

A suppurative swelling near the fraenum of the tongue.

Pimple under the tongue, painful when touched.

Dryness of the mouth and the tongue, inciting to drink.

On the top of the tongue, smarting as from salt-water.

Small pimples on the left side of the tongue, with shooting pain.

Burning about the tip of the tongue, as if it were cracked.

Tensive vesicle on the right edge of the tongue.

Pimples on the tip of the tongue (aft. sev. h.).

Pale tongue.

Heavy tongue, slow of speech.

Taste

Gathering of much watery saliva in the mouth, at times with sour taste.

Salty taste, with smarting on the top of the tongue (aft. 5 d.).

Mouldy smell from the mouth.

The sense of taste becomes more acute (after-effect?).

Offensive taste in the mouth, at 4 A.M., on awaking, with violent erections (30th d.).

Spoiled taste, and as if burned, in the mouth, in the morning on awaking; it ceases after breakfast.

Sharp, acrid taste in the mouth, as from tobacco-juice.

Flat slimy taste on awaking, with bitterness in the mouth, and white-coated tongue.

Purulent taste in the throat.

Taste of blood in the mouth, on exhaling.

Sweet taste in the mouth (8th d.).

Metallic taste in the mouth, in the afternoon (aft. 14 d.).

Bitter taste in the mouth, in the afternoon (aft. 13 d.).

The bitter taste often descends deep down into the throat, like a vapor.

Scrapy, bitter taste of all food, disappearing after a meal.

Bitter, flat taste in the morning.

Sudden, bitter taste, then belching up of bitter water, which he continually had to spit out.

Bitter, slimy taste, in the morning; it disappears after rising and eating.

Bitter taste of the dinner, with pretty good appetite.

Sour taste in the mouth (aft. 3 d.).

Sourish taste in the mouth, in the morning after awaking.

Sour taste in the mouth and thickly-coated tongue.

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