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Staphysagria - Mouth symptoms - Clarke

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HPUS indication of Staphysagria: Anger

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


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MOUTH

Mouth

Conditions of mouth and throat like scurvy and mercurial poisoning.

Painful excrescences on interior of cheek.

Ulcers in mouth.

R. T. C.).

Ranula.

Low voice, from weakness of the organs of speech (after anger).

Nasal voice from stoppage of posterior nares.

While talking she swallows continually.

(Chronic winter throats with enlarged tonsils.)

R. T. C.)

Teeth

R. T. C.).

Gums and teeth

Toothache, with swelling of cheeks and submaxillary glands.

Toothache, immediately after a meal, and after mastication, and also after cold drinks, and the introduction of cold air into mouth (but not when biting on them), agg. at night or in morning.

Tearings and pressive drawings in carious teeth, or in the roots of those which are sound (in open air), and also in gums.

Teeth sensitive to touch, esp. at night and in the morning.

(Front teeth get loose from alveolar periostitis going on to caries of jaw.)

Gnawing pain in carious teeth.

Blackness, brittleness, and caries of teeth (which exfoliate).

Dentition child very sensitive; teeth decay as soon as they are cut.

Toothache so sensitive that one can't bear to move the tongue (hard pressure frequently amel. the toothache); black streaks running through teeth.

Affections of teeth on r. side chiefly; decayed teeth very often excessively tender on being filled; can't bear the operation.

Painful sensitiveness, swelling, and easy bleeding of gums.

Painful nodosities and excrescences on the gums.

Tearing in gums of lower incisors, and their roots while eating.

Gums pale, white, ulcerated (spongy).

Saliva

Salivation.

Sanguineous saliva.

Constant accumulation of mucus in mouth.

(Cysts in connection with salivary ducts.)

Tongue

Mouth and tongue covered with vesicles; stomacace.

Swelling of glands under tongue.

Tongue white-coated; dry, with tough mucus stopping posterior nares; stitches in tip; sore pain in anterior part; sticking in margins.

Shootings in tongue, as from splinters.

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