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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Magnesia Carbonica in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
The nose becomes red and swollen, for several evenings.
A scab in the inside of the nose (aft. 3 d.).
Epistaxis in the morning (aft. 2 or 3 d.).
Severe epistaxis (aft. 24 d.).
Frequent severe bleeding of the nose (aft. 17 d.).
Bleeding from nose and mouth.
Expulsion of blood from the nose (75th d.).
Painful itching on the upper left side of the nose, near the eye (25th d.).
Violent tearing from the left side of the nose, over the margin of the orbit, even into the temple.
Face discolored and pale, with general uncomfortableness (12th d.).
Wretched, pale, earthy-sallow complexion for a long time (19th and 20th d.).
Peevish face, in the forenoon.
Frequent itching in the left nostril.
Violent itching in the nostrils, ceasing after scratching.
Excitation to blowing the nose, with sensation as if the nose was full of mucus, but nothing comes, and the nose remains stopped.
Dryness of the nose, every morning, on awaking.
Severe epistaxis early, at three and five o'clock, on awaking, with violent sneezing and tickling in the right nasal cavity.
Severe tickling in the nose, with subsequent sneezing, in the evening.
Prickling, sore sensation in the right nasal fossa, as in coryza, during and between the acts of swallowing.
Excitation to sneezing, and tickling in the left nostril.
Frequent sneezing, in the morning, from tickling in the nose.
Violent sneezing and tickling in the whole of the nose (6th d.).
Frequent sneezing, in the morning, with stoppage of the nose (9th d.).
Sensation of coryza, in the morning, with stoppage of the nose and the sparing secretion of single drops.
Dryness of the nose, in the morning, and stoppage of the left side (2d d.).
Stuffed coryza (35th d.).
Stuffed coryza and stoppage of the nose, waking her up at night.
Stoppage of the nose, frequently alternating with fluent coryza.
Stoppage of the nose, in the afternoon.
Coryza, fluent in the morning, dry in the afternoon (15th d.).
Violent coryza, with stoppage of the right nostril.
Coryza, for several days, particularly in the morning and evening.
Stuffed coryza, the whole day; she has to open the mouth to get air, and yet there is some nasal mucus.
Water drops unexpectedly from her nose, without any coryza.
Fluent coryza, in the morning, when rising, then stoppage of the nose, the whole day.
Fluent coryza, till next morning (4th d.).
Coryza, with discharge of thick mucus and sensation as if the nose was swollen from much blowing, for three days.≡ more ...