Coryza



Rhus-tox [Rhus-t]

Copious coryza with redness oedema of throat; severe aching in bones; sneezing; dry cough, (<) from evening till midnight (Mez.,) and from uncovering body.

Rumex [Rumx]

Dull headache, worse by motion; sore feeling in eye, without any external sign of inflammation; fluent coryza; with painful irritation in nostrils and sneezing; epistaxis; violent and rapid sneezing; feeling of dryness in posterior nares; cough excited by tickling in throat-pit and worse by least current of air; hoarseness.

Sabadilla [Sabad]

Hay fever; coryza, with severe frontal pains and redness of eyelids, violent sneezing, and copious watery discharge from nose and eyes.

Salicylic-acid [Sal-ac]

INCIPIENT CATARRH; the patients, especially children, sneeze the whole day.

Sambucus [Samb]

Suitable to infants; nose obstructed by a tenacious, thick mucus, with sudden starting from sleep, as if suffocating, snuffles of children; nose seems perfectly obstructed, dryness of throat and mouth, with thirstlessness.

Sanguinaria [Sang]

Coryza, particularly of right nostril, accompanied by much sneezing, with dull, heavy pains over root of nose and stinging sensation in nose; copious, acrid, burning, watery discharge from nose, causing an indescribable rawness of the Schneiderian membrane, with loss of sense of smell; conjunctiva often similarity affected; hay fever and subsequent asthma, sick and faint from perfume of flowers; polypi.

Sepia [Sep]

Dry coryza, especially of left nostril; fluent coryza, with sneezing, early morning; blowing of large lumps of yellow-green mucus, or yellow-green crusts, with blood from the nose, or from posterior nares.

Silicea [Sil]

Alternately dry and fluent coryza; with every fresh cold stoppage and acrid discharge from nose; frequent but ineffectual sneezing; makes inner nose sore and bloody; dryness of throat, rough cough, itching in Eustachian tube; dryness and stoppage after checked foot-sweat; nose obstructed mornings; fluent during day; loss of smell and taste; frequent sneezing, especially in cold air; frequent chilliness, even while taking exercise; cold nose.

Sinapis-alba [Sin-a]

Dryness of anterior and posterior nares, of pharynx; lumpy secretion from nares.

Sinapis-nigra [Sin-n]

Thin, acrid nasal discharge with excoriation, (<) at the alae nasi; sneezing hacking cough, (>) by lying down and eating; lachrymation and smarting of eyes; dull frontal headache, not interfering with mental work.

Spigelia [Spig]

Fluent coryza with dry heat, not thirst; eyes water; headaches, with hoarseness and anxiety about the heart; copious offensive mucus flows through posterior nares, causing choking at night, tickling and itching in nose.

Squilla [Squil]

Nasal discharge fluent and corrosive; absence of sweat; internal chilliness with external heat, or intense heat followed by chilliness as soon as patient uncovers; painful stitches in different parts of chest; loose morning cough more fatiguing than dry evening cough.

Staphisagria [Staph]

Violent coryza, one nostril is stuffed up, much sneezing and lachrymation, with nasal voice; dull feeling in head, with inability to perform any mental labor.

Sticta-pulm [Stict]

Premonitory symptoms of catarrh; excessive dryness of the nasal mucous membrane, which becomes painful; secretions dry rapidly, forming scabs difficult to dislodge; deglutition painful, from dryness in the throat, aggravated at night; incessant sneezing, burning in the eyes; dull frontal headache, with feeling of fulness at the root of nose; hard, dry, barking cough.

Sulphur [Sulph]

Profuse catarrhal discharge of burning water; fluent burning coryza out-doors; nose stopped up in-doors; frequent sneezing; discharge of blood from the nose on blowing it; loss of smell; soreness and ulceration of nostrils.

Thuja [Thuj]

Coryza fluent in the open air and dry in-doors (Iodium, Platina, Pulsatilla), much mucus in choanae, blows out much thick, mucus mixed with blood and pus; dyspnoea from accumulation of mucus in trachea, and sensation as if there were a skin in larynx; TENDENCY TO CATCH COLD OFTEN CAUSED BY VACCINATION WHICH DID NOT TAKE.

Wyethia [Wye]

Pricking dry sensation in posterior nares; granular appearance of the pharyngeal mucous membrane.

Samuel Lilienthal
Dr. Samuel Lilienthal (1815-1891) was from Germany, and became a pioneer homeopath in America. He received his Doctor of Medicine Degree from the University of Munich in 1838. After he moved to the United States, he was hired as Professor of Clinical Medicine at New York College for Women, and also as Professor of Mental and Nervous Diseases at the New York Homeopathic College.
Dr. Samuel Lilienthal was the author of many great books including “Homeopathic Therapeutics”. For many years, with the support of Dr. Constantine Hering, he was the editor of the North American Journal of Homeopathy. Dr. Lilienthal passed away on February 2nd 1891 in San Francisco.