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Helleborus Niger - Mouth symptoms - T.F. Allen

Snow-rose, Helleborus, helleb, Hell.

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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Helleborus Niger in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.



General Mouth.

Gums and teeth

Tearing in the third back teeth above and below, on biting them together, extending into the roots (immediately),

Sticking-tearing toothache in the right upper and lower back teeth, in the evening after lying down in bed, which endures neither warmth nor cold, and torments him the whole night, so that he sleeps only a little; the lower back teeth seem longer, lasting during the day,


Sensation of dryness in the mouth,

Dryness in the mouth and scraping in the throat, the whole day (after four hours),


Accumulation of saliva,

Accumulation of watery saliva; he is frequently obliged to spit,

Much watery saliva in the mouth,

Constant accumulation of water in the mouth, which he is obliged to spit out (after one hour and three-quarters),



A sticking painful pimple on the tip of the tongue, when touched,

Vesicles upon the tongue,

Trembling of the tongue,

Tongue stiff, insensible,

Tongue very dry; white, in the morning on rising from bed (after twenty-four hours),

Stitches in the tongue (twentieth day),



Dry slimy taste and excessive thirst, for two hours,

Sourish taste, with increased saliva (eleventh day),

Bitter taste in the throat, but still more bitter on eating,

All food has a bitter taste (fourth day),

Has appetite, but on eating has no taste, and becomes suddenly nauseated, which ceases immediately after eating,


Constant scraping sensation in the arch of the palate and fauces (first day),


Distressing dryness of the palate and cutting-scraping pain in the palate, on moving the mouth to swallow, lasting several days,

A scraping feeling on the posterior portion of the palate,

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