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Petroleum - Mouth symptoms

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HPUS indication of Petroleum: Nausea

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

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MOUTH

Mouth

Growths, blisters, swellings

ulcers

ulcers; painful

Inflammation

Odour (halitosis, bad breath)

garlicky

offensive

like onions

putrid

Pain

burning, raw and smarting

sore

Gums and teeth

Bleeding; gums

Growths, blisters, swellings

blisters; gums

pus-filled pimples; gums

ulcers; painful; when biting teeth together

Pain

burning, raw and smarting; gums

sore; gums

Swelling

gums

gums; painful

Gums

abscess

boils on gums

fistula (hole)

suppurating (producing pus)

Teeth

abscess of roots

decay, hollow

coldness

sensation of elongated teeth

numbness

pain

incisors

canines

molars

lower teeth

right

night

night; before midnight

when pulled in from air

in the open air

in bed

when biting; when biting teeth together

while lying down

comes on suddenly (see intermittent)

sitting quiet; sitting up in bed

with swelling of cheek

extending to other parts; ear

boring

cutting

pulling

pressing

stitching, sudden, sharp, stinging

tearing

deposits on teeth during illness (see mucus)

sense of numbness

Saliva

Dryness

morning

with thirst

Saliva

mucus, slime

offensive

morning

scanty

Salivation

while walking

Tongue

Biting self; tongue

Discoloration

tongue; purple

tongue; white

centre

centre; dark streaks along edges

Inflammation; tongue

Pain; burning, raw and smarting; tongue

Saliva; mucus, slime; collection of mucus on tongue (see sticky)

Sensitive; tongue

Swelling; tongue; sensation of

Tongue

enlarged (see swelling)

sensation as if tongue swollen

pointed tongue

Taste

Saliva

offensive smelling

slimy (see taste)

sour (see taste)

Taste

bad

bitter

after stress

sour

fatty, greasy (see rancid)

flavourless

mushy (see flavourless)

putrid

rancid

slimy

sour

stale

Palate

Discoloration; palate (roof of mouth); red; soft palate (back of roof of mouth)

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