Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Nitric Acid in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Redness of point of nose, which is covered with scabby vesicles.
Itching tetters on alae nasi.
Shooting prickings in nose (as from splinters) when touched.
Pain, as of excoriation, and burning, with scabs in nose.
Bleeding of nose, excited by weeping, or in morning; the blood that is emitted is black.
A fetid odour is perceived when breathing through nose.
Fetid odour from nose.
Condylomatous excrescence, like a sycosis in nose.
Dryness and obstruction of nose.
Wings of nose inflamed and swollen.
Discharge of thick and corrosive mucus from nose.
Fetid and yellowish mucus in nose.
(Ozaena with clear discharge.)
Violent fluent coryza, with headache, cough, swelling and ulceration of nose (the mucus is only discharged through the posterior nares).
Dry coryza, with dryness of throat and nose.
Coryza, with dry cough, headache, hoarseness, and stitches in throat.≡ more ...