Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sulphur in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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A sort of cramp in the nose.
Boring above the root of the nose.
Pressure, in the right nasal bone, in the evening.
Cracking, or like the explosion of an air-bubble, in the upper part of the nose.
Dryness of the interior of the nose.
Pain of the tip of the nose when touched.
Tearing in the nose, after dinner, passing off for a short time by pressure upon it.
Itching in the nose.
Redness and burning of the nostrils, as if eroded.
Inflammation of the nose (aft. 9 d.).
Pain on the nose, which is swollen and internally ulcerated.
Inflamed, swollen alae of the nose.
Black sweat holes on the nose, upper lip and chin.
Sensation as of a rush of blood to the nose, especially in the open air.
Blowing out of blood from the nose.
Clots of blood pass from the nose whenever it is blown.
Epistaxis, for seven days (aft. 11 d.).
Blowing of blood from the nose.
Severe epistaxis in the morning when blowing the nose.
Occasional epistaxis for several days.
Epistaxis for two afternoons (at three o'clock) in succession then pain of the nose when touched.
Loss of olfaction.
He cannot bear any smells.
Smell in the nose as from soaked peas.
Sharp smarting smell in the nose, as from smoke.
Smell in the nose, as from burned horn.
Ill smell of the mucus blown from the nose.
Dull sense of olfaction.
Water drops from the nose.
Severe stuffing of the nose, for several days; when blowing the nose, little clots of blood are sometimes discharged.
Frequent secretion of thick, yellow, purulent mucus in the nose, for several days.
A yellowish, sticky, strongly smelling liquid drips from the nose, two evenings and mornings, without coryza.
Smell in the nose, as from old, fetid coryza.
Inclination to sneeze, which shakes her almost spasmodically.
Very frequent sneezing, in the evening and morning.
Severe sneezing for several days.
Very frequent sneezing, preceded every time by nausea.
Painful sensation of dryness in the nose, with severe coryza.
Tingling in the nose, as from incipient coryza.
Coryza (aft. 14 d.).
Severe coryza (aft. 5, 17 d.).
Frequent short fits of coryza.
Fluent coryza, like water.
Fluent coryza of scalding water.
Fluent coryza, and when blowing the nose, also bloody mucus.
Stopping of both nostrils, with frequent sneezing.
Fluent coryza; the mucus has to be drawn through the posterior nares.
The nose feels stuffed in the upper portion, there is fluent coryza and a sore burning, with a flow of smarting water, while the voice is a rough bass, in the afternoon and evening.
Coryza, with chilliness, catarrh and cough.
Severe coryza with rawness on the chest, and cough with much expectoration.≡ more ...