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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When yawning, there is pain in the left side of the neck (2d d.).
Pressive pain in the throat after stooping; she can hardly swallow for sore pain; for several days after, a sensation as if something had lodged in her throat.
Pressure in the oesophagus.
When quickly running, sensation as if something rose in the throat.
The morsel, when being swallowed, descends only with a pressing sensation.
Shooting in the throat, with much spitting of saliva.
Shooting pain in the throat, both when swallowing and otherwise; also in the evening, when yawning.
Tickling in the throat, with shooting, in the afternoon and evening.
Rough, dry, scrapy and rancid in the throat, at various times, also in the evening.
Rough, scrapy throat, especially in the evening; at times relieved by eating.
Scraping and rawness in the throat, sensible even up to the brain, during swallowing and at other times.
Scratching sensation of dryness in the fauces, near the posterior nares, especially in the open air.
Dry throat, with much hawking, without bringing up any mucus.
Redness in the throat, with violent, dull shooting, only when swallowing; in the morning, after awaking.
Inflammation of the throat, with swelling of the right tonsil, and shooting and choking on the left side of the throat, as from a swelling, when swallowing, in the morning and night (11th d.).
Mucus seems to be lodged in the throat, and she seeks to eject it by hawking.
A piece of mucus is lodged in the throat, causing a scraping, and is not loosened by hawking.
Acridity in the windpipe (aft. 13 d.).
Soreness in the trachea and in the throat (aft. 8 d.).
Dryness of the larynx.
Dryness of the throat, sensible when speaking and respiring, when she walks in the open air (2d d.).
Stinging and roughness in the throat, with dry cough (5th d.).
Hoarse voice for two days (aft. 10 d.).
Complete hoarseness, so that he could not speak a loud word.≡ more ...