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Sanguinaria Canadensis - Nose symptoms

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HPUS indication of Sanguinaria Canadensis: Headache
Common symptoms: Headache, Cough, Face flushed, Poison ivy.

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


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NOSE

Nose

Hay-fever

Ozaena, with profuse, offensive yellowish discharges

Nasal polypi

Chronic rhinitis; membrane DRY and congested.

Nose bleed

Catarrh

extending to frontal sinuses (lower forehead)

post nasal (see discharge)

Discharge from nose

right

wearing away skin

right

grey

sh-white

offensive smelling

from ulcer or disease of nasal bones

containing pus

thick

watery

yellow

Sense of fullness; root

In heat

Heaviness

root

Itching; inside

Odours, imaginary and real

onions; roasted

syrup, unpleasant

Pain

extending to other parts

root of nose

root

aching; root

stitching, sudden, sharp

inside

Skin or lining of nose

polyp (growth up nose)

ulcers; inside

Smell

acute, over sensitive; sensitive to the odour of flowers

lost sense of smell

Swelling; inside

Discharge

Coryza, followed by diarrhoea

Running or blocked nose (coryza)

blocked

alternates with discharge

with headache

right

night

annual (hay fever)

asthmatic breathing

chronic, long-continued

with cough

followed by diarrhoea

running, wet

dry

alternating with fluent

from flowers

spring or early summer hay fever

Sneezing

frequent

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