Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Calc Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Inflammation of the nose, with redness and swelling, chiefly at the extremity.
Ulcerated and scabby nostrils.
Epistaxis, chiefly morning and night, sometimes producing fainting.
Fetid smell from the nose.
Sense of smell dull, or exceedingly sensitive.
Painful dryness in the nose.
Obstruction of the nose by yellowish and fetid pus.
Polypus of the nose.
Fetid odour before the nose, as if from a dunghill, rotten eggs, or Gun Powder gunpowder.
Dry coryza, in the morning, with frequent sneezing.
Excessive fluent coryza.
Coryza, alternately with cutting pains in the abdomen.≡ more ...