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Iris Versicolor - Throat symptoms - T.F. Allen

Blue Flag, Iris vers, Iris v, Iris.


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HPUS indication of Iris Versicolor: Headache
Iris Versicolor

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


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THROAT

Throat

Rough throat, running saliva,

Burning in the throat, palate, and tonsils, increased by expiration, diminished by inspiration (five minutes after first dose); increased (after second dose); same symptoms (after third dose, first day); increased (third day),

Sore throat,

Sore throat, with slight soreness of the chest, after the stiffness and lameness had disappeared,

A feeling of rawness in the throat (after half an hour),

Uvula and Tonsils.

Tonsils, uvula and soft palate bright-red, with engorgement of larger vessels (second day),

Fauces, Pharynx, and Oesophagus.

Heat about fauces, soft palate and tonsils, soon changing into smarting and burning; relieved by inhaling cold air; deglutition not painful but more difficult; the burning lasted over two hours (after a few minutes, first day),

Burning in the fauces (after first dose); some burning in the throat; burning extends down the course of oesophagus to pit of stomach, with slight nausea (after second dose); gradually wore off towards evening,

Some burning in fauces, palate, tonsils, and back of tongue; increased very much during expiration; diminished very much during inspiration (five minutes after first dose); almost immediately (after second dose); increased (after third dose); diminished gradually until evening,

Slight burning in fauces, as if from taking Capsicum Annuum cayenne pepper; only felt in expiration; continued till he went to sleep (after fifteen minutes, first day); the same burning, more severe, extending slightly to tip of tongue; it was felt slightly on inspiration; quite severe during expiration (second day),

Very frequent spasms of the oesophagus, with inability to swallow; the food sticks in the throat, with choking and gagging,

Burning extends down oesophagus to stomach (eight minutes after first dose, third day),

Swallowing.

Difficult deglutition while eating; food sticks in the pharynx requiring several efforts of deglutition to swallow it (after eight hours, first day),

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