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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Allium Cepa in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Pain from over the right eye into the root of the nose,
(Mixed with vinegar and put into the nose, it stops the bleeding, which the simple smell of the onion also does, )
(For nose-bleed, put onions on the neck, )
Copious watery discharge from the nose, and watering of eyes,
(*Discharge of ichorous fluid from the nose in convalescing scarlet fever, )
Nasal discharge and headache, better in the open air, the first day; not so severe the next morning; at evening, worse in the room, distinctly relieved as soon as he goes into the open air, the second day; on awaking, very slight the third day; after repeating the dose, more severe,
Some soreness of the nose yet (the eight day),
Acrid discharge from the left nostril,
She took Cepa in the evening, slept the whole night, was quite well the following day, and remained so (LIPPE), )
In a woman, 50 years old; better in the evening, )
At evening, walking in the street, increased dropping from the nose, quite unusual, from both nostrils, without the sensation of coryza (first day),
Crawling in the right nostril, as before sneezing; must frequently blow thin mucus out of the nose; one hour after one drop of the third (forenoon),
Frequent sneezing in the evening when he comes into a warm room (second day),
The most violent sneezing, as if she would be torn to pieces, as soon as she steps out of bed,
In the evening, after drinking beer and eating herring, excessive thirst; heat and severe coryza, with much lachrymation, headache; acrid burning discharge from the nose, so that the upper lip became red and sensitive (first day),
Much irritation in the right nostril, soreness of the nose, sneezing, lachrymation, morning of the fourth and fifth days, with headache,
Coryza, at times with stoppage, that she speaks "through the nose;" at times with profuse mucous discharge,
With coryza, trembling of the hands at evening,
(After rapid alternations of cold and warm days, in November, 1852, a young lady complained that she had suffered for a few days from coryza; worse every evening.)
Water ran profusely from the nose, she sneezed frequently, her head was confused, the lids and about the eyes were swollen, much lachrymation (not acrid, as in Euphrasia Officinalis euphrasia), frequent cough, tension in the upper part of the chest, loss of appetite.
(The nose is humid, with slight coryza, but with severe pain in the forehead, which this time was not relieved by lying down, as is usually the case with her coryzas.)
(Fluent coryza, dropping clear water (on the right side, as usual with him); had not only lasted twelve hours, as customary, but many days, in spite of cold bathing; it disappeared within a few hours after Cepa,≡ more ...