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Kali cyan. 1-3, 8h.
Aur. Met. 3x, gr. iv. 8h. Stony hard nodules.
Alumen. 30, 12h. Tongue dry; burning; sour feeling; stitches worse at tip.
Cund. q-3, 8n. Painful pustules r, side of tip on upper surface; pain in 1. half of tongue.
Kali cy. gr. 200 once in four days. Of r. side of tongue.
Hydrast. 1-30, 8h. Tongue as if burned or raw, dark red appearance and raised papillae.
See also Cancer.
Bell. 3, 2h. Cracked, dry, parched.
Ran. S. 3, 2h. Peeling and cracking.
Arum. T. 12, 2h. Cracked, painful, bleeding.
Rhus v. 3, 2h. Cracked down the centre.
Enlargement And Inflammation.--
Mer. Viv. 6, ½ h. Great swelling and protrusion. Sub acute inflammation of the mucous membrane, thick yellow mucous coat; sweet taste in mouth.
Aco. 3, ½ h. 4h. If there is much fever. To be followed by Merc. Viv. 6, ½ h.
Canth. 3, ¼ h. If the inflammation arises from a burn or scald.
Apis 3x, ¼ h. Acute oedema.
Oxal. Ac. 6, 4h. Tongue swollen, sore; excoriated checked the desquamated.
[As soon as the swelling is checked the intervals between the doses may be increased.]
Caust. 6, 2h.
Dulc. 3, 2h. Swollen and stiff, seems paralyzed; cannot be protruded.
Gels. 3, 2h. Feels very thick, can hardly speak.
Aco. 3, 2h. Surface And Sensation.-Numb; burning; red; dry; white furred.
Bell. 3, 2h. Dry, cracked, parched; papillae deep red swollen.
Ars. 3, 2h. Red with silvery coat; clean, red, furred, with red streak down the middle and red tip; dry ; dry and brown coated; burning, as if covered with burning vesicles.
Mer. C. 6, 2h. Red with blackish coat; much coated most, edges red; white coat in front, yellow behind; dry, hot.
Mez. 3, 2h. Swollen and red; prominent papillae on white ground; burning extending to stomach.
Fragar. Ves. Q-3, 2h. Peppy strawberry-like tongue.
Bacil. 30. once a week Peppy strawberry-like tongue.
Ant. T. 6, 2h. Red in streaks; red, dry in middle; thinly coated white with reddened papillae and raw edges; thick white and bilious fur; brown.
Oxal. Ac. 6, 6h. Swollen; thick white coat; patched red and white spots; aphthous; thick white dry coat in patches; tongue and fauces whitened .
Arg. Nit. 6, 6h. White patches.
Mur. Ac. 1, 2h. Tongue thick, darkened, and together with mouth and fauces, covered with grayish white coat; bluish; blistered and burning.
Gymnocl. C. 3, 2h. Bluish- white coat.
Ant. C. 6, 2h. Thick white, milky coat; dirty tongue in children.
Bry. 3, 2h. White coat; thick white coat.
Aesc. H. 3, 2h. White; yellow.
Hydrast. 3, 2h. Yellow coat; broad yellow stripe; large, intended, feels scalded.
Merc. S. 6, 2h. Swollen, thickly coated white, indent.
Merc. V. 6, 2h. Black, with red edges, pale. tremulous.
Carb. V. 6, 2h. Black tongue.
Phos. 3, 4h. Dry, with blackish-brown coating.
Bapt. 3, 2h. Swollen, thick, white-coated; yellowish-white; thick fur; baked appearance in the middle.
Puls. 3, 2h. Dry in the morning, covered with tenacious mucous as if with a membrane; tongue broad.
Lyc. 6, 2h. White, with prominent papillae; white coat; yellow blisters; burning.
Nux. V. 3, 2h. White; clean at front part, yellow behind.
Sul. 3, 2h. Thick, dirty yellow fur.
Gels. 3, 2h. Feels very thick, can hardly speak; red, white, or yellow.
Rhus. T. Red at apex.
Rhus. V. 3, 2h. White in middle, back and edges red; red tip; cracks in middle; distress at root.
Caust. 6, 2h. White at both sides, red in the middle.
Nat. M. Blisters with burning; white or yellow coat; mapped tongue.
Nit. Ac. 6, 2h. Sore, blistered, bad breath.
Camph. 3, 4h. Increased taste of all food.
Nat. m. 6, 4h. Food tastes bitter.
Camph. 3, 4h. Food tastes bitter.
China. 3, 4h. Food tastes bitter.
Puls. 3, 4h. Food tastes bitter.
Mere. Sol. 6, 4h. Bread tastes sweet.
Cupr. 6, 4h. Slimy, sweetish metallic.
Rhust. 3, 4h. Sour, metallic, greasy.
Nux V. 3, 4h. Food and drink have a sour taste; milk tastes disgusting as if spoiled.
Hydrast. 3, 4h. Food tastes strangely.
Bell. 3, 4h. Everything tastes salt.
Taste of food remains long after eating
(1) Nat. M. 6, 4h.; (2) Nit. Ac. 6, 4h.
Diminished And Lost.-
Calc. C. 6, 4h. Taste blunted.
Ant. t. 6, 4h. Food seems tasteless; milky-coated tongue.
Puls. 3, 4h. Diminished taste, moist, coated tongue.
Bor. 3, 4h. Taste flat and insipid, sore aphthous mouth.
Mag. M. 6, 4h. Taste lost, with loss of smell, after a cold.
Complete loss of taste-
Nat. M. 6, 4h.; (2) Mag. C. 6, 4h.; (3) Sul. 3, 4h.
Ant. C. 6, 4h. Loss of taste, with tongue thickly coated white.
Illusions.-Tastes In The Mouth.-
Nux V. 3, 4h. Bad taste in the mouth in the morning; food and drink taste sour; bad odour from the mouth; sour, bitter taste.
Rheum. 3, 4h. Bad taste after sleeping.
Hydras. 3, 4h. Bad taste in the morning; food tastes strangely; peppery; acid peppery taste.
China. 3, 4h. Bitter taste in the mouth.
Chel. 3, 4h. Bitter taste, but natural whilst eating and drinking; sweetish taste of blood.
Alumina 3, 4h. Taste of blood.
Nit. Ac. 6, 4h. Taste of blood whilst coughing.
Mere. Cor. 6, 4h. Bitter; slimy; metallic.
Mere. Sol. 6, 4h. Salty; sweet; bread tastes sweet; taste of bad eggs.
Aesc. H. 3, 4h. Coppery, metallic.
Sul. 3, 4h. Bitter; pasty; bilious; metallic; like vinegar; taste of blood.
Calc. C. 6, 4h. Offensive; sour.
Lyc. 6, 4h. Sour; sour dry taste; sour taste to all food.
Puls. 3, 4h. Slimy; disgusting; bilious.
Borax 3, 4h. Flat taste.
Arg. N. 6, 4h. Clayey taste.
Putrid taste; putrid smell from mouth-
Arn. 3, 4h.; (2) Aur. Mur. 3x, 4h.
Ab. N. 3x, 8h. Dyspepsia.
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