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Natrum Carbonicum - Nose symptoms - T.F. Allen

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

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HPUS indication of Natrum Carbonicum: Head congestion

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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.




Nose red, with white pimples upon it,

Ulceration high up within the nostrils,

Much nasal mucus passes through the mouth (fifth day),

Yellow offensive discharge from the nose (seventh and eighth days),

Thick green mucus is blown from the nose (twenty-second day),

Stopped catarrh (after six days),

Bleeding of the nose (after twelve days),

Blowing of blood from the nose, in the morning,


The nose seems stopped for half an hour (first day),

Dryness of the nose,

Drawing pain in the outer right side of the nose, relieved by rubbing (first day),

Sensation as though a hard substance were sticking in the upper part of the left nostril, which does not disappear on blowing the nose, lasting two days (after four days),

Constant tickling in the nose, not relieved by scratching (twelfth day),


Smell more acute (secondary action?),


Frequent sneezing, without coryza (after thirteen hours),

Frequent persistent sneezing, in the morning (eleventh day),

Forcible sneezing once, with rush of blood into the head, so that he saw white stars before the eyes (fourth day),

Frequent intermitting coryza, with burning in the eyes (the whole twelfth day),

Fluent coryza in the forenoon, disappearing in the afternoon (thirteenth day),

Profuse, fluent coryza, with chilliness over the whole body, cold hands and cheeks, and hoarseness, without thirst,

Very profuse coryza (tenth day),

Extremely profuse, fluent coryza (after eleventh days),

Coryza, with discharge of thin mucus, and frequent sneezing (second day),

Profuse stopped catarrh, especially after dinner, and frequent sneezing,

Coryza, with stoppage of the nose; she thought she would suffocate at night for want of air, and was obliged to keep her mouth constantly open (tenth and eleventh days),

Coryza, at one time fluent, at another stopped (fifth day),

Stoppage of the nose, with hard offensive pieces, that come from one nostril (after fourteen days),

Stoppage of the nose when talking,

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