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Phytolacca Decandra - Throat symptoms - Reversed & reworded Kent repertory

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


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THROAT

Throat

Larynx (voice box); scraping, clearing

spasm in vocal cords, stopping breathing

Catarrh; upper throat

Choking, constricting

closing sensation

larynx

Discoloration

dark

purple; tonsils

redness

dark red

tonsils

Dryness

morning

afternoon

5 p.m.

in bed

larynx

morning

evening

trachea (wind pipe); morning

Excoriated (as if grazed, chaffed, see rawness under pain)

Sensation of something in throat

apple core

lump

late morning

late morning; while riding

Fullness

turning head to left

writing

Gangrene

Glazed appearance

Granulated

Hawks often

morning

Feels hot

larynx

trachea (wind pipe)

Inflammation

right

chronic

erysipelas (inflamed from infection, deep red colour)

follicular

tonsils

uvula (lobe at back of mouth)

Irritation

extending to Eustachian tube (tube connecting ear to nose)

larynx

Liquids drunk are forced into nose

Membrane, exudation, diphtheria, etc.

right

dark

grey

wash leather

white

tonsils

uvula (lobe at back of mouth)

Mucus

pulled from behind nostrils

foul

patches lined with mucus

clinging

thick

Pain

right

night

as from apple core

bending head forwards

cold drinks

on becoming cold

swallowing

on swallowing

when touched

from warmth

form warm drinks

extending to ear

on swallowing

trachea (wind pipe); on coughing

burning

gullet

larynx

trachea (wind pipe)

trachea (wind pipe); with cough

rawness

tonsils

sore

right

morning

sudden, sharp; extending to ear; when swallowing

sudden, sharp; extending to root of tongue

Paralysis

Roughness

trachea (wind pipe)

Scraping

night

Spasms, convulsions etc.; suffocating sensation

Tonsils suppurating (producing pus)

Swallowing

constantly

difficult

impossible; from paralysis

Swelling

tonsils

from fluid build-up

right

uvula (lobe at back of mouth)

Tickling in the air passages; larynx

Ulcers

throat at back of mouth

tonsils

uvula (lobe at back of mouth)

syphilitic

Voice

hoarseness

lost

whispering

External throat

out-break on skin; boils side of neck

pain; soreness; cervical glands (on side of neck)

stiffness of sides

swelling; cervical glands (on side of neck)

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