Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Natrum Sulphuricum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Gums and teeth
Dryness with redness of gums and thirst.
Drawing pains in teeth, with looseness, and a sensation as if elongated, amel. by cold air, and by smoking tobacco.
Pulsative, throbbing toothache at night, with great agitation, agg. from warm drinks.
Toothache, amel. from holding cold water in mouth.
Tearing in carious teeth, on getting out of bed, at night.
Burning in gums.
Shifting and painless swelling in gums.
Purulent vesicles on gums.
Dryness of mouth, with thirst, esp. in morning.
Accumulation of an acid water in mouth.
Much saliva after meals.
(Salivation during headache.)
Tongue, dirty greenish grey or greenish brown coat at root; greenish coat with malarial symptoms.
Burning blisters on tip of tongue.
Burning vesicles on tongue.
Tongue covered with mucus; slimy taste in mouth.
Burning in mouth, tongue, and palate (as from pepper, or highly-seasoned food).
Burning of palate as if sore and raw (during menses).
Blisters on palate, with great sensitiveness; amel. by cold; can hardly eat; amel. from cold things.≡ more ...