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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sulphur in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Paleness of the complexion.
Pale, wretched look, as after a long illness, with great discomfort.
Blue borders around the eyes.
Deep lying eyes, with blue borders around them.
Dark redness and heat in the face, especially when walking in the open air.
Transient heat in the left cheek, for an hour in the forenoon and in the afternoon.
Heat and burning in the face, with some especially red spots between the eye and ear.
Heat of the face every afternoon from five to nine P.M.
Burning, painful heat in the face and on the neck, with red spots in the face.
Redness and heat of the face, with burning, especially about the mouth.
Burning in the face and on the neck, without redness.
Redness and intense burning on both the cheekbones.
Heat of the face during the day, with burning on the zygoma and redness of the whole of the nose.
Sensation as if cold water was poured over her, under the skin of the face, with perceptible coldness of the face, in fits of several minutes.
Sensation of running about in the face.
Quivering, occasionally on the zygoma, at times on the chin.
Pressure and burning in the cheeks and the cheekbones.
Painful pressure on the zygoma and below the eye.
Drawing pain on the left side of the face, seemingly in the skin, above the eye, on the temple and on the zygoma, extending to the lobe of the ear, worse in the morning.
Tearing in the right side of the face.
Tearing in the zygoma, also at other times in the lower jaw, as if these parts should be torn out.
Bruised pain in the right zygoma, also by night.
Gnawing in the bone before the left ear, also during deglutition.
Swelling of the cheeks, with lancinating pain, and also pain when touched, for eight days.
Red, painless swelling of the cheeks.
White, itching spot on the cheeks.
Severe itching in the face, with small, painless pimples, which are humid after scratching.
Raised, herpetic eruption on the corner of the mouth, toward the cheek.
Itching around the chin.
Painful eruption around the chin.
In the jaws, a spasmodic drawing.
Drawing jerk in the left side of the lower jaw.
Twitches in the lower jaw when falling asleep.
Tearing in the right side of the upper jaw, in the evening.
Shooting in the lower jaw, darting out at the ear.
Painful swelling on the upper jaw, above the gums (aft. 3 d.).
Painful swelling on the lower jaw, below the gums.
Thick, painless lump on the lower jaw, tense when chewing.
Swelling of the submaxillary glands.
Pin-pricks in the submaxillary glands, which are also painful when touched.≡ more ...