Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Alumina in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Pressive pain in the left tonsil during swallowing, and otherwise (1st d.).
Obtuse stitches in the right tonsil in the morning (4th d.).
Swollen tonsils (6th d.).
On both sides of the neck a sensation as of an external swelling with shooting pains.
Sore throat while swallowing.
Sore throat, pressive pain in the throat, even when not swallowing, with hands internally hot (aft. 2 h.).
Pressive pain in the throat as if from a tumor there, with feeling of soreness, hoarseness and dryness of the throat.
Violently pressive pain in the throat even when only swallowing saliva, in the evening, for several days in succession, caused by a swelling of the throat (4th d.).
Vehemently pressive pain as if a spot in the oesophagus was constricted or pressed together in the middle of the chest, especially while swallowing, but also at other times, with alternating oppression of the chest and palpitation of the heart, especially after meals (8th, 9th d.).
Spasmodic pressive pain in the middle of the chest, while swallowing food and drinks.
Sensation of constriction from the gullet down to the stomach whit every morsel swallowed.
Constriction of the oesophagus, as well as inactivity of the same, early on awaking.
At night impeded swallowing as if from a spasmodic constriction of the throat (1st d.).
Constrictive (pressive) pain in the fauces and in the inner throat (in the pharynx with much mucus in the mouth) in the evening (1st and 2d d.).
Pressive tensive pain in the inner right side of the throat even to the ear (1st d.).
Drawing tensive pains on the right side of the throat, especially when moving the tongue (9th d.).
At night a spasmodic drawing pain in the side of the throat and the ear, disturbing the sleep, and increased by swallowing (9th d.).
Transient stitches, darting hither and thither in the throat, and at times, while swallowing a sensation as if something pointed were sticking in it (in the evening) (2d and 4th d.).
Stitching in the throat, during (empty) deglutition.
Hoarseness, in the evening (and at night) which compels hawking, and accumulation of mucus in the throat several days in succession.
Sensation of scraping in the throat, lasting for a long time (5th d.).
Constant griping scraping in the throat, lasting for a long time (5th d.) .
Scratching above in the throat.
After eructation, scratching in the neck, compelling him to hawk (2d d.).
(Burning) pain as of soreness in the throat (during and) even when not swallowing, in the evening, several days in succession (4th d.).
Burning in the throat, in the evening (3d d.).
Burning in the throat, like heartburn and hoarseness (5th d.).
Inflammation of the fauces, which is distinctly terminated by a livid color in the bucal cavity for several days (aft. 2 d.).
Inflammatory redness in the back part of the throat (9th d.).
Great dryness in the throat, the mouth and the lips, as if these parts were parched with heat, attended with a tormenting thirst.
Dryness in the throat and mouth (soon after taking the medicine).
In the evening, dryness in the throat which forces him to hawk (3d d.).
Dryness, with a sensation of scraping in the throat (1st d.).
The ailments of the throat are most violent in the evening and at night; least in the forenoon, and are alleviated by eating and drinking warm things.
Increased secretion of saliva in the mouth, with a sensation of contraction there or with constant formication in the surfaces of the cheeks (aft. ½ h.).
In the evening in bed, much saliva in the mouth, which he has to spit out all the day, most of all in the afternoon, not at all at night (aft. 10 min. and 2d.).
Frequent gathering of watery saliva in the mouth, which he has to spit out all the day, most of all in the afternoon, not at all at night (aft. 10 min. and 2d.) .
The secretion of saliva becomes a real ptyalism.
Increased secretion of mucus (and saliva) (1st and 2d d.).
Collection of much mucus in the mouth, which being spit out is continually renewed again, with dryness in the throat (1st d.).
Especially in the evening and early on awaking, there is a collection of thick, viscid mucus in the throat, which increases the soreness of the throat, compels frequent hawking, and can only be ejected with difficulty, in little lumps (1st d.).
Thick, viscid mucus flows into the throat from the posterior nares.
After hawing up phlegm with much difficulty, the throat becomes very sensitive.
He cannot hawk up the phlegm from his throat, because it is too far down.
A piece of phlegm comes into his throat, which threatens to choke him until he swallows it down (aft. 10 min.).
Hoarseness, early in the morning (16th d.).
Frequently quite hoarse, so that her voice fails her, not relieved by hawking, mostly in the afternoon and evening.
Hoarse and raw feeling in the throat, the whole afternoon (aft. 5 d.).≡ more ...