Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Hydrastis Canadensis in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Tickling, like a hair in r. nostril.
Constant discharge of thick white mucus; frontal headache.
Secretion runs more from posterior nares, thick and tenacious.
Air feels cold in nose.
Nosebleed, l. nostril, with burning rawness; followed by itching.
Soreness of cartilaginous septum, bleeding when touched; inner edge of r. ala sore and thickened.
Ozaena, with bloody, purulent discharge.
Coryza watery, excoriating; burning, smarting and rawness in nose (more r. nostril), discharge scanty in room, profuse out of doors; rawness in throat and chest.
Sneezing, with fulness over eyes, dull frontal headache, pain in r. breast and down arms.≡ more ...