Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Nitric Acid in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Much mucus posteriorly in the throat.
Hawking up of mucus.
Sore throat with pressive pain.
Pressure in the throat, when swallowing food, as if this could not get down.
Pressure posteriorly in the throat, while swallowing food, this pressure, as it were draws itself downward on the inner side of the back.
Pressure in the throat like a swelling and as if thick, by day and in the evening, with sore pain.
Sensation as of a lump in the throat during empty deglutition.
Sensation as of a lump ascending in the oesophagus.
Pinching of the morsel in the throat, as if it was constricted, during eating.
During eating, little pieces of food press toward the posterior nares, and come out behind, toward the nose as if the pharynx had not properly seized upon them, and had allowed them to escape, so that they are pressed toward the posterior nares.
Sore throat, when swallowing, like a swelling in the throat, and as if raw and ulcerated.
Shooting pain in the throat, after long speaking.
Sore throat, with shooting pain.
Shooting in the throat, as if in the root of the tongue, when not swallowing, in the evening in bed.
Shooting in the tonsils, and burning in the fauces, behind the uvula.
Burning in the throat, after supper, for half an hour.
Pain in the tonsils, with soreness of the uvula.
Sensation of soreness in the throat.
Sore pain in the pharynx (aft. 10 d.).
Swelling of the inside of the throat with shooting pain.
Swelling of the tonsils.
Heat and dryness in the throat.
Dryness, posteriorly, way back in the throat, with heat, without sweat, during the night.
Very scrapy, scratchy and dry in the throat.
Scrapy in the throat, as if something obstructed speech and deglutition.
Scraping in the throat.
Tickling in the throat.
Acidity in the throat.
Intense sourness in the throat, after eating fat things.
In the region of the larynx, shooting pains.
Shooting pains in the (larynx?) throat, after long speaking.
Sharp, scrapy sensation in the windpipe (aft. 9 d.).
Scraping in the throat, and irritation to cough, when reading aloud.
Scraping in the throat and cough.
Roughness of the throat, like a grater, sensible not when swallowing, but in breathing; with tightness of the chest and fluent coryza.
The voices is not clear, at times.
Hoarseness (aft. sever. h. and 2 d.).
Hoarseness, so that she could not talk.
Mucus adhering to the chest.
Much cough (aft. 3, 4 d.).≡ more ...