Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sulphur in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Dryness of the throat; the tongue cleaves to the palate, but it is humid and there is a frothy mucus (aft. 6 d.).
Great dryness in the throat in the morning, and then very salty taste in the mouth, which passes off after eating.
Dryness in the throat at night, and on awaking there is much mucus on the tongue.
Parched feeling in the throat.
Severe dryness on the palate, which much thirst; she has to drink much.
Dryness in the fauces.
Sore throat, with swelling of the cervical glands.
Pressive pain in the throat, during deglutition as from a swelling of the palate.
Pressure in the throat, as from a peg, during deglutition and per se.
Pressure in the fauces seemingly in the nape, in paroxysms through the night till morning, noticeable even while respiring.
Pressure in the upper part of the throat, during deglutition, and pain in the upper part of the chest.
Sensation during eating, as if something had lodged in the throat and was pressing there; this goes off again after eating.
Sore throat during empty deglutition, as if she was swallowing down at the same time a morsel of meat, or as from an elongation of the uvula.
During deglutition there is a pain in the ear, as if it was suppurating.
Choking and sensation of soreness in the throat, as if the tonsils were swollen, with shooting extending into the ears; only while swallowing.
Something like a hard ball rises in her throat, and seems to contract her fauces and oppress the breathing.
Feeling of swelling in the throat, while hawking up a large, solid piece of white mucus.
Contraction in the throat as from astringent substances, with small stitches, worse when swallowing.
Sensation in the throat, as if it was being stretched.
Spasmodic sensation of constriction in the middle part of the oesophagus, the food will not go down.
Contraction in the oesophagus, with a sensation as if she could not get food or anything else down, while she could do it (aft. sev. h.).
Sensation as if the throat was swollen up, with stitches therein while eating; she feels this swelling of the throat also externally on the angles of the lower jaw, like a swelling of the throat.
Stitches in the throat when swallowing.
Shooting in the throat, more during empty deglutition than when swallowing food; when not swallowing, pain, as from a lump.
Scratching in the throat; hawking and clearing the throat.
Scratchy and rough in the throat, with thirst, in the evening.
Elongation of the uvula (the uvula has sunk down).
Redness and swelling of the tonsils.
Burning in the fauces, in the evening, with heat on the tongue.
Burning, extending up the throat, with sour eructation.
Fermentation in the upper part of the throat.
Roughness in the throat.
Drawing and dryness, occasionally in the larynx.
Very great roughness in the throat (aft. 16 d.).
Hoarseness and total aphony (aft. 24 h.).
Hoarseness in the morning.
Hoarseness, in the evening.
Hoarseness and roughness of speech, with dryness in the throat and burning during swallowing.
Voice obscured by coryza, with sensation of stuffing in the root of the nose, in the morning.
Scratching in the throat, with inclination to cough, in the evening in bed.
Coldness in the throat, during inspiring.
The air expired is hot.
When he eats anything dry, it lodges in his throat, arrests his breathing and he has to cough it out again.
The larynx feels swollen.
A painful impulse in the larynx while coughing.
The mucus collected in the chest over night causes an inclination to vomit on awaking.
Tingling in the larynx; talking causes cough.≡ more ...