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Sulphur - Mouth symptoms - Hahnemann

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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.



Contractive sensation in the mouth.

Vesicles in the mouth, with burning pain.

Blisters in the mouth, painful while eating.

Small blisters with sore pain in the mouth; even slightly salted food causes smarting.

The skin on the inner side of the cheek peels of.

The mouth is very slimy, in the morning.

Dry in the mouth, after eating.

Burning in the mouth, in the morning without thirst.

Burning in the mouth, with eruptions around it.

Burning in the mouth as from pepper, causing a thirst which no drinking assuages, both day and night.

Much heat in the mouth and much thirst, at night.

Heat in the mouth, without thirst (aft. 19 d.).

Spasmodic contraction of the mouth, at the first morsel.

He frequently stutters when talking.

Sensation in the throat, as of fatty vapor rising from the stomach.

Offensive sweetness in the mouth, causing nausea the whole forenoon.

The customary smoker does not relish smoking tobacco.


The lips are always hot, shooting and burning.

Burning of the lips.

Dryness of the lips.

Dryness of the vermillion of the lower lip, with scabs and tensive pain.

Cracked lips.

Burning chaps in the lower lip.

Peeling, dry, rough upper lip and edges of the nose with burning.

Swelling of the upper lip, also in the evening, with pain.

Swelling of the lower lip, with eruption thereon.

Trembling of the lips.

Twitching in the lips.

A blister on the middle of the lower lip.

A red itching point in the middle of the upper lip.

Red blotch on the margin of the vermillion of the lower lip, with shooting pain only when touched.

A scabby ulcer, with burning pain, at the edge of the vermillion of the lower lip.

Gums and teeth

Toothache in the open air.

A molar is painful when touched.

Toothache, at the least draught.

Toothache, renewed by rinsing the mouth with cold water.

Toothache; which passes over into a swelling of the cheek.

Toothache, in fits of two or three hours, followed by burrowing; she can better bear cold things than warm on her teeth.

Great sensitiveness of the crown of the upper teeth on the left side, worse from cold water, with shooting pain; also in the morning.

Painful twitching in a hollow tooth, after dinner.

Pressive toothache, with pain in the submaxillary gland below it.

Drawing toothache.

Severe drawing pain in an incisor until 11 P.M., then sleeplessness till near morning.

Drawing pain in the molars, aggravated by drawing in cold air.

Drawing pain of the teeth, in the open air.

Tearing drawing toothache, now on the right side, then on the left, for hours, and often with intermissions of a half or a whole hour; also by night on waking up.

Drawing and tearing in the teeth, mostly aggravated by cold water, at times relieved by warm water; often with twitching in the crown of the teeth.

Grumbling and drawing in the teeth.

Jerks through single teeth.

Jerks and stitches in the teeth, periodically, also after midnight, and in the morning, while eating and at other times; when drawing in air, the pain darts into the gums, which pain per se, as if loose and detached.

Shooting toothache in all the teeth, by day and by night, aggravated by biting while eating.

Shooting toothache in all the teeth, by day and by night.

Shooting toothache extending into the ear; it caused the person to wake up at night.

A severe stitch through the teeth from every cold drink.

Shooting, burning and throbbing in the teeth, extending into the orbits and the ears.

Throbbing, drawing toothache.

Beating and boring in the teeth.

Boring in the teeth, as with a hot iron.

Boring pressure in the teeth and on the outside of the head, only some minutes after eating.

Frequent cutting through all the teeth on the right side, like a cold draught of air.

Toothache every afternoon, as if the teeth were being broken out, with a chill; it passes off in bed.

Sensation of looseness in the teeth, in the evening.

The teeth feel loose when biting with them, and paralyzed while eating.

Looseness of the teeth and bleeding of the gums, for three weeks.

A molar becomes loose and feels too long, with simple pain when striking against it and in chewing.

The tooth feels elongated, with simple pain, even when not touched and when not chewing.

The teeth became elongated, so that she could scarcely chew.

The teeth seemed to her elongated.

The teeth were painful, as if too long, and as if they resounded within like vibrations.

The front teeth seemed too long, with sensitiveness when pressing upon them and in the air, where there is a twitching pain; followed by tearing extending upward into the left temple, which is also painful when pressed upon.

Dullness of the teeth.

Dullness of the teeth, and pain merely when biting; he was not able, for pain, to chew rye-bread (aft. 5 d.).

Brown mucus adhere to the teeth.

Red, saltish sour water comes from a hollow lower molar on the left side.

The teeth bleed.

The gums bleed, when spitting.

Bleeding of the gums.

Swelling of the gums, with beating pain therein.

Swelling of the gums on the old roots.


Dryness in the mouth and scratching in the throat, as if the food would not go down.

Bloody saliva.

Salty saliva.

Gathering of water in the mouth, rising up from the stomach; it passes after eating.

Gathering of saliva in the mouth, even after eating.

Gathering of saliva in the mouth, sour and bitter.

Much collection of mucus in the mouth after midnight, with tickling, causing frequent hawking.

Great sweetness in the mouth in the morning on awaking, with much mucus.

Mucus, tasting bitter in the mouth, worst in the morning.


On the tongue, a burning pain.

Smarting on the tongue, as if there were little blisters upon it.

An erosive vesicle on the right side of the tongue.

Red tongue, with white dots like aphthae.

White tongue.

White tongue in the morning; in the afternoon it is red and clean.

Coated tongue.

Very dry tongue in the morning.

Every morning, a salty mucus adheres to the tongue.

Quivering on the tongue.


The mouth is dry and sticky and has a disagreeable taste, in the morning.

Dryness in the mouth, and taste of blood.

Hawking up of blood, with sweet taste in the mouth.

Expectoration of bloody saliva, with sweet taste in the throat.

Bad smell from the mouth, after a meal.

Bad smell from the mouth, in the morning, on rising.

Bad smell from the mouth in the evening.

Intense bad smell from the mouth, in the morning, also later on.

Sour smell from the mouth.

Taste in the mouth, pappy, in the morning.

Doughy taste in the mouth.

Flat taste in the mouth, with lack of appetite.

Putrid taste in the mouth in the morning.

Constant sweetish taste in the mouth while fasting, with frequent hawking up of mucus.

Sweet putrid taste in the mouth.

Sweetish and nauseous taste in the mouth, all the day.

Coppery taste in the mouth in the morning, on awaking.

Sourish taste in the mouth.

Sourish taste in the mouth, in the morning; lasting till after breakfast.

Very sour taste in the mouth, in the evening, before going to sleep.

Sourish taste in the mouth, in the morning, after a sound sleep.

Sourish taste, like vinegar, in the mouth, all the day.

Bitter taste in the mouth, with ill humor and muddled feeling in the head.

Bitter taste in the mouth, in the morning, on awaking.

Bitter, spoiled taste in the mouth, every morning.

Bilious bitter taste in the mouth, while fasting; but the food tastes good.

Bitter taste in the morning, going off by eating.

Bitter taste in the palate and throat, in the morning, on awaking; diminished by hawking up of mucus.

Bitter taste soon after eating.

All food tastes bitter, e.g., bread.

Bitter taste of all food, while the tongue is thickly coated.

Bitter-sourish taste in the mouth, at noon, while eating.

Salty sour taste in the mouth, while eating.

All food tastes too salty.

No taste in foods; they all taste like straw.

Whatever he eats tastes like nothing, like rotten wood.

Food smelled to him like lime, but tasted good.

His dinner smelled to him putrid, but it tastes good.


Blisters on the upper part of the palate, hindering both in eating and in talking.

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