Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Graphites in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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The nose is painful internally.
In the inside of the nose, a sensation of tension.
Sensation of excoriation in the nose, when blowing it.
Ulcerated pain in the right nostril.
Itching in the nose.
Sudden burning on a small spot, on the left side of the nose.
Redness of the nose.
Black pores on the nose (comedones).
Eruptional pimples in the left nostril, which first itch then burn.
Large humid pimple on the nose.
Painful scabs inside of the nose.
Blowing out bloody mucus from the nose.
Blowing out blood from the nose, for several days in succession.
Epistaxis (also aft. 15 d.).
Epistaxis, in the morning.
Epistaxis, two evenings in succession, with palpitation of the heart, heat and pain in the back (aft. 3 d.).
Epistaxis in the evening at ten o'clock; the afternoon preceding it, rush of blood to the head, with heat of the face.
Olfaction too sensitive; she cannot bear any flowers.
Smell at night, as of burned hair mixed with fumes of Sulphur sulphur.
Smell in the nose as of burned soot, in the morning.
Catarrhal, contractive and stuffed sensation in the nasal cavity.
Frequent secretion of mucus from the nose, sometimes thin, sometimes thick and yellowish, for eight days.
Tenacious white mucus, only in the left nostril, detached with difficulty the first day, more easily the second.
Putrid smelling nasal mucus.
Fetid purulent discharge from the nose.
Smell in the nose as from an inveterate coryza.
Sneezing, with very dry nose.
Stoppage of the nose, but nevertheless clear water flows out.
Coryza with sneezing and dull feeling in the head.
Stuffed coryza, with obtuseness of the head, oppression of the chest, heat in the sinciput and face, especially about the nose, and loss of smell (the first 4 d.).
Severe stuffed coryza, with great nausea and headache, without vomiting; he had to lie down (aft. 48 h.).
Coryza (aft. 4, 5 d.).
Severe coryza (aft. 8 d. and the first days).
A severe coryza, which he had not had for years.
Coryza with headache, and alternation of chill and heat.
Fluent coryza of short duration, with frequent sneezing (aft. 3 h.).
Constant fluent coryza, which had not come to an outbreak for years, though it had showed itself very frequently for an hour at a time; with much sneezing.
Fluent coryza with headache, chilliness and internal dry heat with thirst (aft. 48 h.).
Fluent coryza, with epistaxis (aft. 11 d.).
Fluent coryza, with catarrh and frequent sneezing, and with pressive pain in a submaxillary gland; he was sensitive to the air in any uncovered part of the body, as if he could easily catch a cold there (aft. 2 h.).
Profusely fluent coryza with catarrh; the chest feels heavily oppressed, the head is muddled any very hot; but little air passes through the nose (aft. 16 d.).≡ more ...