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Magnesia Muriatica - Mouth symptoms - Hahnemann

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HPUS indication of Magnesia Muriatica: Loss of smell

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

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A pimple beside the corner of the mouth.

The mouth feels, as it were, burned inside and numb (during the menses), in the morning.

Hot (air) comes from the mouth.

Dry and rough in the throat, with hoarse voice, so that she can hardly speak (soon).

Shooting in the left side of the throat, worse when swallowing.

Sore pain in the throat, worse on deglutition; during coryza.

Bitterness in the mouth, in the morning.


The upper lip feels rough, when touched with the tongue, like a grater, with coryza.

A vesicle on the border of the red of the lower lip, first itching, then burning.

Large, clear vesicles in the red of the upper lip, tensive and burning.

Little, white pimples on the inside of the upper lip.

A broad wheal in the skin, between the upper lip and the nose, painless.

Cracked lips, especially the upper lip.

Gums and teeth

Toothache, with a drawing sensation.

Twitching in the teeth on the right side, in the evening, with the sensation as if the cheek would swell.

Tearing pain, repeatedly, in the upper anterior teeth.

Tearing in the right eye-tooth, extending to the zygoma, removed by pressure.

Tearing in a sound molar, during dinner.

Tearing in a lower molar, ceasing by biting on it.

Tearing and boring in a hollow molar, with shooting pain on touching the cheek, relieved by open air and cold, aggravated by warm substances.

Boring in several molars, only briefly relieved by biting on them.

Digging in the last molar, as if from a worm, ceasing on pressure; then tearing in a hollow molar.

Burrowing and digging, frequently intermitting, and at times a tearing pain in the last molar but one, relieved by warmth; aggravated by cold, as well as by biting on it and when food gets to it, in the morning and after dinner.

Throbbing in the root of a tooth.

The upper incisors feel too long and are very sensitive (4th d.).

The upper gums are swollen and painful, especially while eating, with throbbing in them.

Painful swelling of the lower gums and the cheek.

Bleeding of the gum (6th d.).

Bleeding of the gums (aft. 6 h.).


Dryness in the mouth and throat, without thirst, in the morning.

Gathering of water in the mouth, before and during its dryness.

Collection of water in the mouth, so that she could not spit out enough.

Dryness in the throat, so that she cannot eat any bread.

Sore throat, as if raw and eroded at the entrance of the pharynx, with the shooting extending to the ears, when coughing and when swallowing saliva; worse in the evening.

Hawking of mucus, in the morning, several mornings in succession; the mucus is tenacious.

Frequent hawking up of sour mucus, which accumulates in the throat.

Hawking of thick tough mucus, forming threads, in the morning on rising.

Much tough mucus comes in her throat, which she can only clear out with difficulty, in the morning.

Mucus in the throat, which on hawking up looked bloody.


In the tongue frequently a violent needle-prick and then burning, during coryza.

Burning on the tongue, in the morning and afternoon.

The tongue feels burnt, during coryza.

Rhagades on the tongue, with violent burning pain.

White-coated tongue, in the morning.

Great dryness in the mouth, with sensation as if the mouth and tongue were covered with mucus.

Mucus in the mouth and on the tongue, almost every morning.


Much mucus in the mouth and on the teeth, with slimy taste (aft. 19 d.).

Constant waterish taste in the mouth, with much spitting of water.

Pappy taste in the mouth, in the morning (7th d.).

Salty taste and collection of salty saliva.

Bitter taste, posteriorly on the palate.

Bitter taste, when beginning to eat, in the morning, disappearing as he continues eating.

Sourish taste in the throat, in the afternoon (7th d.).

Sour or slimy taste, after eating several things.

Putrid taste in the mouth, with coated tongue, in the morning.


Shooting sore throat in the upper part of the fauces, while breathing and talking, in the evening and at night.


Shooting in the palate, like needle-pricks.

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