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Psorinum - Throat symptoms - T.F. Allen

Scabies Vesicle, Psorin, Psor.

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

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A tough mucus is secreted through the choanae, adhering to the soft palate, and causing hawking; it taste like old cheese (from 10 drops of 30t h),

Secretion of thick mucus from the choanae into the mouth,

Severe angina; on the right side an ulcer, with a sore pain deep inside, and burning in the fauces,

Dryness; a scraping sensation in the throat (fourth day, morning),

Some dryness of the throat and oppression of the chest, immediately after taking the medicine,

Sore throat

cannot swallow,

everything she takes burns, e. g., soup; but she can take cold food without difficulty (seventh day),

Sore throat, she swallows only with difficulty,

Scraping sensation in throat, as if he would become hoarse (observed on a herpetic patient),

Scratching in the throat, with suffocation, causing a dry cough (from 10 drops of 30th),

Titillation in the throat, causing cough (sixth and seventh days, morning),

Titillation in the throat (mornings),

Tickling sensation in the throat, followed by empty retching (morning),

Burning in the throat,

Burning in the throat (fifth day),

Burning in the throat, constantly extending farther downwards,

Painful sensation in the throat when swallowing saliva; difficult deglutition,

Pressing pain in the throat; she swallows with difficulty; pains go and come,

Pain in throat, as if it were swollen,

Tonsil and Fauces.

The left tonsil feels sore and swollen,

A painful pustule on the fauces,

Dryness of the fauces, with moisture in the mouth,

The fauces feels as if they were swollen,

Dull obtuse stitches in the left tonsil (sixth day),

External Throat.

The submaxillary glands greatly swollen and painful to the touch; also a very painful pustule below the left lower jaw,

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