Sneezing in morning — SILICEA TERRA.

Sneezing in paroxysms — MORPHINUM.

Sneezing in sunshine — MERCURIUS SOLUBILIS.

Sneezing without relief — ARSENICUM ALBUM.

Sneezing worse drinking water — LIMULUS CYCLOPS.

Sneezing, coryza, interior of nose, excoriated — MEZEREUM.

Sneezing, especially when entering a warm room — ALLIUM CEPA.

Sneezing, itching of nostrilsARUNDO MAURITANICA.

Sneezing; coryza from getting wet — RHUS TOXICODENDRON.

Sneezing; fullness at root of nose — GELSEMIUM SEMPERVIRENS.

Sneezing — IODIUM.





Snuffles of children (Sambucus) — APOCYNUM CANNABINUM.

Snuffles of children, especially fat, chubby babies — KALIUM BICHROMICUM.

 Snuffles of children — AMMONIUM CARBONICUM.

Snuffles; child starts from sleep rubbing nose — LYCOPODIUM CLAVATUM.

Sore feeling high up; pressure upon root — ZINCUM METALLICUM.

Sore on blowing it; is painful internally — GRAPHITES.

Sore, red, inflamed — FAGOPYRUM ESCULENTUM.

Sore, scabby, stopped up — KAOLINUM.

Sore, scurfy nostrils; bloody nasal mucus — KALIUM CARBONICUM.

Sore, ulcerated — HEPAR SULPHUR.

Soreness of nostrils, with catarrhal troubles — HEPAR SULPHUR.

Soreness of nostrils — ARUM TRIPHYLLUM.

Sores in noseVINCA MINOR.

Spasmodic sneezing after coughing; sensitiveness; watery non-inflammatory discharge — AGARICUS MUSCARIUS.

Spasmodic sneezing, with running nose — SABADILLA.

Stitches, as of a splinter in nose — NITRICUM ACIDUM.

Stoppage at night, with long-continued  coryza — AMMONIUM CARBONICUM.

Stoppage in evening — PULSATILLA PRATENSIS.

Stoppage of left nostril all day, or in afternoon and evening — SINAPIS NIGRA.

Stoppage of nose, also with fetid, yellow  discharge — CALCAREA CARBONICA.

Stoppage of one nostril — VINCA MINOR.

Stoppage of right nostril — BROMIUM.

Stopped up every time he goes out into cold air — HEPAR SULPHUR.

Stopped up with much thick  mucus — AETHUSA CYNAPIUM.

Stopped up, dry, must breathe through mouth; dry, hard clinkers in nose; profuse epistaxisMELILOTUS OFFICINALIS.

Stopped up, sneezing, irritating coryza — GLYCERINUM.

Stopped; sneezing — CAMPHORA.

Strings of dark blood hanging down the nose — CROCUS SATIVUS.

Stuffed up feeling of nose and head–AMBROSIA ARTEMISIAEFOLIA.

Stuffed up, at night especially — NUX VOMICA.

Stuffed; tightness at bridge of nose; acute nasal  catarrh — XEROPHYLLUM.

Stuffed-up sensation; thin, watery coryza; nose does not stop running; tightness across bridge — EUCALYPTUS GLOBULUS.

Stuffiness and dryness of nose, without  discharge — KALIUM IODATUM.

Stuffs up when there is a cold rainDULCAMARA.


Stuffy colds, snuffles, after exposure to dry, cold atmosphere; worse, in warm room — NUX VOMICA.

Sudden violent influenza — IODIUM.

Sudden, yellowish, watery discharge — PLANTAGO MAJOR.

Swelling of nose — RHUS TOXICODENDRON.

Swelling of tip of nose, feels as if it would ulcerate when touched — BRYONIA ALBA.

Swelling of turbinates — GELSEMIUM SEMPERVIRENS.

Swollen feeling; worse, right nostrilKALIUM NITRICUM.

Syphilitic ozæna, with very offensive purulent  discharge — ASAFOETIDA.

Takes cold at every change of weatherCALCAREA CARBONICA.

Takes cold easily, nostrils become congested and blocked up  easily — APOCYNUM CANNABINUM.

Tendency to ulceration — IODIUM.

Tends to blow nose all the time — HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS.

Tettery redness — ALUMINA.

Thick, fluent, yellow  discharge — KALIUM CARBONICUM.

Thick, greenish discharge; thick plugs and  crusts — SEPIA.

Thick, tenacious secretion from posterior nares to throat — HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS.

Thick, yellow mucus, bloody crusts — DULCAMARA.

Thin, watery, excoriating discharge — ARSENICUM ALBUM.

Thin, watery, irritating, excoriating discharge from anterior and posterior nares; sneezingARSENICUM IODATUM.

Tickling, smarting, as from cobwebsBROMIUM.

Tightness at root — CADMIUM SULPHURATUM.

Tingling in nose; sneezing — JUGLANS CINEREA.

Tingling in tip of nose — BELLADONNA.

Tip gets red easily — VINCA MINOR.

Tip of nose congested — AMMONIUM CARBONICUM.

Tip of nose red, sore, ulcerated — RHUS TOXICODENDRON.

Tip of nose red; profuse, acrid, hot, watery, thin  discharge — KALIUM IODATUM.


Tip swollen and ulcerated — BORAX VENETA.

Tough, elastic plugs from nose; leave a raw surface — KALIUM BICHROMICUM.

Tubercles on alænasi — HIPPOZAENINUM.

Tubercles on nose; fetid lumps of pus — CURARE.

Turbinated bones swollen — MERCURIUS IODATUS RUBER.

Ulcer and scabs in  nose — CHROMICUM ACIDUM.

Ulcerated nostrilsKALIUM CARBONICUM.

Ulcerated nostrils — LYCOPODIUM CLAVATUM.

Ulcerated, painful, swollen, obstructed — AURUM METALLICUM.

Ulceration within the nostrils — THUJA OCCIDENTALIS.

Ulcers in septum — ARGENTUM NITRICUM.

Use thirtieth potency — NATRIUM MURIATICUM.

Varicose veins on nose — CARBO VEGETABILIS.

Vault of pharynx covered with adherent  crusts — KALIUM MURIATICUM.

Very sensitive and œdematous mucous membranes with ulceration — EUPHORBIA LATHYRIS.

Violent dry sneezing — CHINA OFFICINALIS.

Violent sneezing coryza — NATRIUM MURIATICUM.

Violent sneezing; stopped up — NICCOLUM METALLICUM.

Violent sneezing — BENZOLUM.


Violent, fluent coryza, lasting from one to three days, then changing into stoppage of nose, making breathing difficult — NATRIUM MURIATICUM.

Wants nose kept warm, least cold air stops the  nose — DULCAMARA.

Wants to rub it and pick at it — CINA MARITIMA.

Watery coryza; sneezing; watery discharge–AMBROSIA ARTEMISIAEFOLIA.

Watery discharge; drops into throat — NATRIUM ARSENICOSUM.

Watery, excoriating discharge; worse in open air — OLEUM ANIMALE AETHEREUM.

Watery, excoriating discharge — GELSEMIUM SEMPERVIRENS.

Watery, excoriating discharge — HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS.


Yellow mucus; abundant in morning — PULSATILLA PRATENSIS.

Yellow-green, fetid, pus-like discharge — MERCURIUS SOLUBILIS.

Yellowish discharge from posterior nares — CALCAREA SULPHURICA.

Yellowish saddle across noseSEPIA.

Joseph Fernandez
Joseph S Fernandez started his career as an assistant in the High Court of Kerala after obtaining a master’s degree in English language and literature. Later, he opted for a banking career.
Even as a student, Joseph was deeply interested in homoeopathy and made an in-depth study of the subject. He uses his expertise for the management of an occasional minor ailment in the family or among friends. It is in this context that he decided to compile a handy and easy-to-use repertory. The task required deep study and a sentence-by-sentence analysis of Boericke’s Materia Medica. Joseph’s Repertory is the result of this work.