Mund/Zunge

 

Vergleich: Siehe: Organen + Anhang. Zähne (Luc de Schepper/R. Arndt) + Anhang 2 (Hermann Hoffmeister/Thomas Cowan) + TCM Anhang 2 (Sigrid Molineus Zungendiagnose) + Anhängsel

(Sarla Sonawala/Roland Schule) + Zähne und Fluor (Dr. Grätz)

 

Akupunktur

Kombinationen

Schwellungen und Schmerzen der Zunge

K/S 9 + KG 23

Entzündungen unter der Zunge

K/S 9 + BI 23

Lähmungen der Zunge und Sprachstörungen

3E1 + LG 14

Halsaffektionen

3E1 + LG 14

 

Dry Mouth: This can be caused by common antidepressants and anti-anxiety medications, antihistamines, anti-inflammatory drugs and narcotics in addition to drugs used for glaucoma and bladder

spasms and urinary retention as well as antihypertensives. When the mouth is chronically dry, the teeth, oral mucosa and soft tissue are easily inflamed, painful and prone to infection. This environment commonly leads to tooth decay and necrosis of the nerves innervating the teeth.

Tooth Discoloration: a common side effect of some antibiotics.

Gingival Hyperplasia: a condition defined as overgrowth of the gum tissue. It is commonly caused by seizure medications, heart medications, medications for high blood pressure and immunosuppressant medications.

Oral Lesions: This is defined as soft tissue discoloration and inflammation. This can be caused by drugs used for blood pressure, immunosuppressants, oral contraceptives and chemotherapy drugs.

Abnormal Bleeding: This can be caused by drugs such as aspirin, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs), steroids and anticoagulants, which are used to thin the blood in common conditions associated with strokes and certain diseases associated with the heart and arrhythmias.

Jaw Clenching and Teeth Grinding: These can be side effects of antidepressants and anti-anxiety medications. A diet rich in sugars and sugar-forming foods cultivate the growth of parasites, viruses and bacteria. This affects our metabolism and stimulates the nervous system causing it to be "over charged" and resulting in the clinging and grinding of the jaw.

 

Eine tief gefurchte, auf der Oberfläche wie zerrissen wirkende Zunge ist nach Hahnemann eines der Symptome für eine zurückliegende Psora-Infektion.

 

Doctrine of Signatures:  William Coles'  Table of Appropriations Mouth: Medlar, Mulberry, Mint, Purslane, Goldenrod

Dry Mouth: Fleawort

Teeth: Pine, Pomegranate, Mastick, Masterwort, Coral, Coralwort, Restharrow, Henbane, Wild Tansy

 

Vergleich. Psora - Sykose - Syphillinie - Tuberkulinie

1st Tuberculinics (those predisposed):

2nd person subject to colds (person who have cold after cold, coryza after coryza during the winter);

3rd dental patients (persons predisposed to tuberculous seem to make a rendezvous with the dentist's chair);

4th constipated persons;

 

[H.N. Guernsey/M.L. Tyler]

Stomatitis (Aphthae)

Acet-ac.: Violent burning pain in stomach and chest followed by coldness of skin and cold sweat on forehead. (30C)

Ichth.: Bad effects of Alcoholism when nothing will stay in the stomach. Early morning diarrhea. Nausea. (30C)

Panacea arvensis: sensitiveness over gastric region with hunger but an aversion to food. (6C-200C)

Rhus-g.:  Aphthous stomatitis. Spongy gums. (Q)

Sul-ac.: Ulcerative stomatitis. 200C

 

Kreos.: Gums painful, swollen, dark red or blue and the teeth decay as soon as they are born. Keynotes of Kreosotum are hot excoriating discharges, pulsation all over

the body, profuse bleeding of small wounds. Ulceration, burning pain. Painful dentition with anger and capriciousness similar to Chamomilla.

 

Repertory: Zunge

Tongue: Absin. Acet-ac. Acon-c. Acon. Aesc. Aeth. Agar. Agarin. Ail. Alco-s. All-s. Alumn. Am-c. Ambr. Amyg-p. Anac. Anan. Anis. Ant-c. Ant-t. Apis, Arg-n. Arn. Ars-h. Ars. Arum-t. Arund. Asar. Aster. Aur-m-n. Aur-m. Aur-met. Bapt. Bar-c. Bell. Berb. Bism. Bor-ac. Bor. Both-l. Bry. Caj. Calc-f. Calc. Camph. Cann-i. Canth. Caps. Carb-ac. Carb-an. Carb-v. Card-m. Cast-eq. Caust. Cham. Chel.

Chin-ar. Chion. Chr-ac. Cina, Cinch. Cinnb. Cist. Coca, Cocc. Colch. Coloc. Con. Crot-h. Cupr-ar. Cupr-s. Cupr-met. Cur. Cycl. Daph. Dig. Diph. Dipod. Dulc. Echi. Ferr-p. Ferr-pic. Ferr-met. Fl-ac. Frag. Gal. Gels. Glon. Gua. Guai. Gymn. Ham. Hedeo. Helo. Hydr-ac. Hydr. Hyos. Ign. Indol. Ip. Iris, Jal. Kali-ar. Kali-bi. Kali-c. Kali-chl. Kali-cy. Kali-i. Kali-m. Kali-p. Kali-s. Kali-tel. Lac-c. Lacer. Lach. Lath. Leon. Lept. Lob-pur. Lob. Lyc. Mag-p. Mang-met. Med. Merc-c. Merc-cy. Merc-d. Merc-i-f. Merc-i-r. Merc-s. Merc-v. Merc. Merl. Mez. Morph. Mur-ac. Mygal. Myris. Nat-m. Nat-p. Nat-s. Nicol. Nit-ac. Nit-m-ac. Nux-m. Nux-v. Oena. Olnd. Op. Ostrya, Ox-ac. Par. Petr. Ph-ac. Phel. Phos. Phys. Phyt. Plat-met. Plb-acet. Plb-m. Plb-met. Podo. Ptel. Puls. Pyrog. Rad-br. Ran-s. Rheum. Rhus-t.

Rhus-v. Rumx. Ruta, Sang. Sanguin-n. Sanic. Sapon. Sec. Semp. Sep. Sil. Sin-n. Spong. Stram. Strych-g. Sul-ac. Sulfon. Sulph. Syph. Tarax. Tart-ac. Ter. Thuj. Verat-v. Verat. Vesp. Vib-pr. Vip. Yuc. Zinc-s.

Anesthesia: Alco-s.

Atrophy: Mur-ac.

Biting: Absin. Anis. Hydr. Hyos. Ign. Ph-ac. Sec.

Burning: Acon. Apis, Ars. Arum-t. Bapt. Bar-c. Bell. Berb. Calc. Canth. Caps. Carb-an. Caust. Coloc. Iris, Lath. Lyc. Merc-c. Mez. Mur-ac. Nat-m. Ph-ac. Phys. Podo.

Ran-s. Sang. Sanic. Sin-n. Sulph. Ter.

Burning, smarting scalded feeling: Acon. Apis, Ars. Arum-t. Bapt. Bell. Berb. Canth. Caps. Carb-an. Caust. Coloc. Coloc. Iris, Iris, Lyc. Merc-c. Mez. Mur-ac. Nat-m.

Ph-ac. Podo. Ran-s. Sang. Sanic. Sin-n. Sulph.

---------- tip: Ars. Bar-c. Calc. Caps. Iris, Iris, Lath. Phys. Sang. Ter.

Coating-colour: Acon. Aesc. Ail. All-s. Am-c. Amyg-p. Ant-c. Ant-t. Apis, Arg-n. Arn. Ars. Arum-t. Asar. Bapt. Bell. Bism. Bor-ac. Bry. Calc. Camph. Canth. Carb-v. Card-m. Caust. Cham. Chel.

Chin-ar. Chion. Cina, Cinch. Coca, Crot-h. Cupr-ar. Cupr-s. Cycl. Daph. Dig. Diph. Dipod. Echi. Ferr-pic. Ferr. Frag. Gels. Glon. Guai. Gymn. Hedeo. Hydr. Hyos. Indol. Ip. Jal. Kali-bi. Kali-c. Kali-chl. Kali-m. Kali-p. Kali-s. Lac-c. Lach. Lept. Lob. Lyc. Mag-p. Med. Merc-c. Merc-cy. Merc-d. Merc-i-f. Merc-s. Merc-v. Merc. Mez. Morph. Mur-ac. Myris. Nat-m. Nat-p. Nat-s. Nit-ac. Nux-m. Nux-v. Op. Ostrya, Ox-ac. Par. Petr. Phos. Phyt. Plb-acet. Plb-m. Podo. Ptel. Puls. Pyrog. Ran-s. Rhus-t. Rhus-v. Rumx. Sang. Sanic. Sapon. Sec. Sep. Spong. Stram. Sulph. Tarax. Tart-ac. Ter. Verat-v. Verat. Vip. Yuc.

---------------- blackish: Ars. Bapt. Camph. Lach. Lyc. Merc-c. Merc-cy. Merc-d. Merc-v. Op. Phos. Rhus-t. Vip.

---------------- bluish, livid, pale: Ars. Cupr-s. Dig. Gymn. Merc-cy. Morph. Morph. Mur-ac. Op. Sec. Verat. Vip.

---------------- brownish: Ail. Am-c. Ant-t. Ars. Bapt. Bry. Cupr-ar. Echi. Hyos. Kali-p. Lach. Med. Merc-cy. Morph. Morph. Mur-ac. Nat-s. Phos. Plb-m. Rhus-t. Sec. Spong.

                                               Tart-ac. Vip.

---------------- brownish, centre: Bapt. Phos. Plb-m.

---------------- brownish, dry: Ail. Ant-t. Ars. Bapt. Bry. Kali-p. Lach. Rhus-t. Spong. Tart-ac. Vip.

---------------- clean: Ars. Asar. Cina, Cinch. Dig. Dipod. Ip. Mag-p. Nit-ac. Nux-v. Pyrog. Rhus-t. Sep.

---------------- clean anteriorly, coated posteriorly: Nux-v.

---------------- clean, at menstrual nisus, foul after flow ceases: Sep.

---------------- dark streak in centre, typhoid tongue: Arn. Bapt. Mur-ac.

---------------- flabby, moist, with imprints of teeth: Ars. Chel. Hydr. Kali-bi. Merc-c. Merc-d. Merc-s. Nat-p. Podo. Pyrog. Rhus-t. Sanic. Stram. Yuc.

---------------- frothy, with bubbles on side: Nat-m.

---------------- furred: Ant-t. Ars. Bapt. Canth. Card-m. Chin-ar. Coca, Ferr-pic. Ferr-pic. Gels. Guai. Lyc. Myris. Nux-v. Puls. Rumx.

---------------- greenish: Nat-s. Plb-acet.

---------------- greyish-white base: Kali-m.

---------------- mapped: Ant-c. Ant-c. Ars. Kali-bi. Lach. Merc-v. Nat-m. Nit-ac. Ox-ac. Phyt. Ran-s. Rhus-t. Tarax. Ter.

---------------- mapped, with red, insular patches: Nat-m.

---------------- red: Acon. All-s. Amyg-p. Ant-t. Apis, Arg-n. Ars. Arum-t. Bapt. Bell. Bor-ac. Canth. Card-m. Caust. Chel. Crot-h. Cycl. Diph. Echi. Gels. Hyos. Jal.

                       Kali-bi. Lac-c. Lach. Lyc. Merc-c. Merc-i-f. Merc. Mez. Nit-ac. Nux-m. Nux-v. Phos. Phyt. Podo. Ptel. Pyrog. Ran-s. Rhus-t. Rhus-v. Sulph. Tarax. Ter. Verat-v.

---------------- red, centre, or streaks, in: Ant-t. Ars. Caust. Crot-h. Verat-v.

---------------- red, dry, especially centre: Ant-t. Rhus-t.

---------------- red, edges: Amyg-p. Ant-t. Ars. Bapt. Bell. Canth. Card-m. Chel. Echi. Kali-bi. Lac-c. Lach. Merc-c. Merc-i-f. Merc. Nit-ac. Podo. Rhus-t. Rhus-v. Sulph. Tarax.

---------------- red, edges, white centre: Bell. Rhus-t.

---------------- red, papillae pale, effaced: All-s.

---------------- red, pappilae prominent: Ant-t. Arg-n. Ars. Bell. Kali-bi. Lyc. Mez. Nux-m. Ptel. Ter.

---------------- red, raw: Ars. Arum-t. Canth. Tarax.

---------------- red, shining, glossy, as if varnished: Apis, Canth. Crot-h. Jal. Kali-bi. Lach. Nit-ac. Phos. Pyrog. Rhus-t. Ter.

---------------- red, spots, sensitive: Ran-s. Tarax. Ter.

---------------- red, tip: Amyg-p. Arg-n. Ars. Cycl. Merc-i-f. Phyt. Rhus-t. Rhus-v. Sulph.

---------------- red, wet, central furrow: Nit-ac.

---------------- strawberry: Bell. Frag. Sapon.

---------------- unilateral: Daph. Lob. Rhus-t.

---------------- white-furred, slimy, pasty: Acon. Aesc. Aesc. Ant-c. Ant-c. Ant-t. Arg-n. Arn. Bapt. Bell. Bism. Bry. Calc. Carb-v. Carb-v. Card-m. Chel. Cinch. Cycl. Ferr. Glon. Hedeo. Hydr. Ip. Kali-c.

                       Kali-chl. Kali-m. Lac-c. Lob. Lyc. Merc-c. Merc. Mez. Nat-m. Nux-v. Ox-ac. Par. Petr. Phos. Puls. Sep. Sulph. Tarax. Verat-v.

---------------- yellow patch in centre: Bapt. Phyt.

---------------- yellow, dirty, thick coating: Aesc. Aesc. Bapt. Bry. Carb-v. Carb-v. Cham. Chel. Chion. Cinch. Ferr. Hydr. Indol. Kali-bi. Kali-s. Lept. Lyc. Merc-d. Merc-i-f.

                                                                                  Merc. Myris. Nat-p. Nat-s. Nux-v. Ostrya, Podo. Puls. Sang. Sulph. Yuc.

---------------- coldness: Acet-ac. Camph. Carb-v. Carb-v. Cist. Helo. Hydr-ac. Sec. Verat.

---------------- dryness: Acon. Ail. Ant-t. Apis, Ars. Bapt. Bell. Bry. Calc. Colch. Hyos. Kali-bi. Kali-c. Lach. Leon. Merc-c. Merc. Morph. Morph. Mur-ac. Nat-m. Nux-m. Par.

                                               Ph-ac. Phos. Puls. Pyrog. Rhus-t. Sulph. Ter. Verat-v. Vip.

eruptions: Alumn. Am-c. Ambr. Anan. Apis, Arg-n. Ars-h. Ars. Arum-t. Arund. Aur-m-n. Aur-m. Aur. Bapt. Bell. Berb. Bor-ac. Bor. Bry. Calc. Canth. Carb-ac. Carb-an. Cast-eq. Cham. Chr-ac. Cinnb. Crot-h. Ferr-p. Fl-ac. Gal. Ham. Hydr. Kali-bi. Kali-chl. Kali-cy. Lacer. Lach. Leon. Lyc. Mang. Merc-s. Merc. Merl. Mez. Mur-ac. Nat-m. Nat-p. Nit-ac. Nit-m-ac. Phyt. Plb-acet. Pyrog. Ran-s. Rhus-t. Rhus-v. Sanguin-n. Sanic. Semp. Strych-g. Sul-ac. Sulph. Syph. Thuj. Vib-pr.

eruptions, growths: Alumn. Am-c. Ambr. Anan. Apis, Arg-n. Ars-h. Ars. Arum-t. Arund. Aur-m-n. Aur-m. Aur. Bapt. Bell. Berb. Bor-ac. Bor. Bry. Calc. Canth. Carb-ac. Carb-an.

Cast-eq. Cham. Chr-ac. Cinnb. Crot-h. Ferr-p. Fl-ac. Gal. Ham. Hydr. Kali-bi. Kali-chl. Kali-cy. Lacer. Lach. Leon. Lyc. Mang. Merc-s. Merc. Merl. Mez. Mur-ac. Nat-m. Nat-p.

Nit-ac. Nit-m-ac. Phyt. Plb-acet. Pyrog. Ran-s. Rhus-t. Rhus-v. Sanguin-n. Sanic. Semp. Strych-g. Sul-ac. Sulph. Syph. Thuj. Vib-pr.

--------------------- cancer: Alumn. Apis, Ars. Aur-m-n. Aur. Crot-h. Gal. Kali-chl. Kali-cy. Mur-ac. Semp. Strych-g. Thuj. Vib-pr.

--------------------- cracks, excoriations: Anan. Ars. Arum-t. Arund. Bapt. Bell. Bor-ac. Bor. Bor. Bry. Cham. Kali-bi. Lach. Leon. Nat-m. Nit-ac. Phyt. Plb-acet. Pyrog. Ran-s. Rhus-t. Rhus-v. Semp.

--------------------- epithelioma: Ars. Carb-ac. Carb-ac. Chr-ac. Hydr. Kali-cy. Mur-ac. Thuj.

--------------------- furrows lengthwise, in upper part: Merc.

--------------------- nodules: Ars-h. Aur-m-n. Aur. Cast-eq. Gal. Mur-ac. Nit-ac. Thuj.

--------------------- psoriasis: Cast-eq. Kali-bi. Mur-ac.

--------------------- ranula: Ambr. Calc. Ferr-p. Fl-ac. Merc-s. Nit-ac. Thuj.

--------------------- ring worm: Nat-m. Sanic.

--------------------- ulcerations: Apis, Arg-n. Ars-h. Ars. Aur. Bapt. Cinnb. Fl-ac. Kali-bi. Lach. Lyc. Merc. Mez. Mur-ac. Nit-ac. Nit-m-ac. Sanguin-n. Semp. Syph. Thuj.

--------------------- ulcerations, syphilitic: Aur. Cinnb. Fl-ac. Kali-bi. Lach. Merc. Mez. Nit-ac.

--------------------- veins, varicose: Ambr. Ham. Thuj.

--------------------- vesicles, blisters: Am-c. Apis, Berb. Bor. Bor. Canth. Carb-an. Lacer. Lyc. Merl. Mur-ac. Nat-m. Nat-p. Nit-ac. Phyt. Rhus-t. Sul-ac. Sulph. Thuj.

--------------------- warts: Aur-m. Mang.

hard, indurated: Alumn. Aur. Calc-f. Mur-ac. Semp. Sil.

heaviness: Caust. Colch. Gels. Gua. Merl. Mur-ac. Nux-v.

inflammation (glossitis): Acon. Apis, Ars. Bell. Canth. Crot-h. Lach. Merc-c. Merc. Mur-ac. Ox-ac. Phyt. Ran-s. Sul-ac. Vip.

numbness, tingling: Acon. Con. Con. Echi. Gels. Ign. Lath. Merl. Nat-m. Nux-m. Nux-v. Plat. Rad-br. Rheum, Sec.

pain: Acon. Ars. Arum-t. Bell. Kali-ar. Kali-i. Merc-v. Nit-ac. Phyt. Ruta, Semp. Thuj.

paralysis: Acon-c. Acon. Anac. Arn. Ars. Bar-c. Bell. Both-l. Cann-i. Caust. Cocc. Con. Con. Cupr-met. Cur. Dulc. Gels. Gua. Hyos. Lach. Lob-pur. Mur-ac. Nux-m. Olnd. Op. Plb-m. Sec. Stram. Zinc-s.

protrusion: Absin. Anac. Apis, Ars. Calc. Caust. Crot-h. Cupr. Dulc. Gels. Gua. Hyos. Lach. Lyc. Merc. Mur-ac. Mygal. Nat-m. Plb-m. Pyrog. Sanic. Stram. Sulfon. Ter. Vip.

------------ difficult: Anac. Apis, Ars. Calc. Caust. Crot-h. Dulc. Gels. Gua. Hyos. Lach. Merc. Mur-ac. Mygal. Nat-m. Plb-m. Pyrog. Stram. Sulfon. Ter.

------------ snake-like: Absin. Crot-h. Cupr. Lach. Lyc. Merc. Sanic. Vip.

rawness, roughness: Apis, Ars. Arum-t. Canth. Dulc. Nit-ac. Phyt. Ran-s. Tarax.

sensation as if: Absin. Aeth. All-s. Anac. Crot-h. Kali-bi. Nat-m. Nux-v. Ptel. Puls. Sil.

“As if, hair on tongue”: All-s. Kali-bi. Nat-m. Sil.

“As if swollen, enlarged”: Absin. Aeth. Aeth. Anac. Crot-h. Nux-v. Ptel. Puls.   

soreness: Apis, Arum-t. Cist. Kali-c. Merc-c. Mur-ac. Nit-ac. Ox-ac. Phel. Phys. Ran-s. Rhus-t. Semp. Sep. Sil. Ter. Thuj.

spasm: Acon. Bell. Ruta, Sec.

stiffness: Con. Con. Dulc. Hyos. Lac-c. Merc-i-r. Nicol. Sec. Stram.

swelling: Acon. Apis, Ars. Arum-t. Aster. Bapt. Bell. Bism. Caj. Canth. Crot-h. Diph. Frag. Kali-tel. Lach. Mag-p. Merc-c. Mez. Mur-ac. Oena. Ox-ac. Ruta, Thuj. Vesp. Vip.

trembling: Absin. Agar. Agarin. Apis, Ars. Bell. Camph. Caust. Cham. Gels. Lach. Merc. Plb. Stram.

[Dr Constantine Hering/presented by Sylvain Cazalet]

Bad taste in the mouth.

If the taste in the mouth is altered and the other symptoms are not sufficient for the selection of the proper remedy, consult the following list:

Bitter taste in the morning: Sulph. Merc. Bry. Calc. Sil.

When solid food tastes bitter: Sulph. Bry. Rheum. Rhus-t. Hep. Coloc. Ferr-met.

Food and drink both bitter: Puls. Chin.

bitter taste after eating or drinking: Puls. Bry. Ars.

in the morning or evening: Puls. Arn.

at different times, or continually, besides the above medicines: Acon. Bell. Verat. Nux-v. Cham. Ant-c. Carb-v.

For sweet taste: Merc-v. Sulph. Cupr-met. Bell. Puls. Bry. Chin. Ferr-met. Spong.

in the morning: Sulph.

when bread tastes sweet: Merc-v.

beer: Puls.

blood-like, sweetish taste: Ferr-met. Sulph.

when like nuts: Coff.

For salt taste: Carb-v. Rheum. Ph-ac. Nux-v. Sulph. Ars. Nat-m. Cupr-met.

when food tastes salty: Carb-v. Sulph.

salty taste when coughing: Carb-v. Cocc.

For sour taste: Rheum. Ph-ac. Nux-v. Chin. Sulph. Caps. Calc. Nat-m. Cocc. Cupr-met.

food tastes sour: Chin. Calc.

after meals: Puls. Nux-v. Carb-v. Nat-m. Cocc. Sil.

after drinking water: Nux-v. Sulph.

after drinking milk: Carb-v. Sulph.

in the morning: Nux-v. Sulph.

Acrid, biting taste: Verat. Rhus-t.

Brunt, smoky taste: Puls. Nux-v. Sulph.

taste like herbs: Verat. Nux-v.

taste like peppermint: Verat.

Earthy taste: Puls. Hep. Chin.

insipid taste: Puls. Rheum. Staph. Bry. Chin. Sulph. Dulc. Rhus-t. Ip. Caps.

slimy taste: Bell. Rheum. Arn. Rhus-t. Plat.

Greasy, oily taste: Sil. Caust.

greasy taste: Caust.

sticky taste: Ph-ac.

watery taste: Staph. Chin. Caust.

Putrid taste: Arn. Merc-v. Bell. Bry. Cham. Puls. Acon. Verat. Ph-ac. Sulph. Rhus-t. Nat-m. Cupr-met. Caust.

in the morning: Sulph. Rhus-t.

after meals: Rhus-t.

taste like pus: Puls.

When tobacco has a sharp taste: Staph.

when bitter: Cocc.

loathsome: Ip.

disagreeable: Ign. Puls. Nux-v. Arn. Calc. Cocc.

When food has no flavor: Merc. Puls. Staph. Bry. Nux-v. Ars.

absence of taste: Verat. Bell. Puls. Rheum. Bry. Hep. Hyos.

in chronic cases: Sil. Nat-m.

 

[Dr. Douglas Borland]

Nat-m.: shiny red broken by patches of white.  Salty taste.

Nat-ars.: Flabby, toneless, with visid mucus in mouth. Bitter taste.

Nat-c.: Sensitive, slightly inflamed, small blisters on margins, bright red tip. Burning in mouth.

Nat-p.: Thickly coated and white or yellow at the root. Sour taste in mouth.

Nat-s.: Dirty, thickly coated (dirty yellow or brown). Much mucus. Blisters on the cheek or inside of the lips, rather than the tongue. Loss of taste.

 

Ulcer on the Tongue

Merc-i-r. is in general the best remedy, except for patients who have been overdosed with Mercury/Amalgam – Nit-ac. [in potency] both internally and as a gargle?, should be prescribed.

 

Bad breath is caused by problems of the teeth or gums or indigestion or chronic respiratory diseases. The cause should be sought and treated very fast as it is a real problem with many people.

Arn. + sore, beaten-up feeling in the whole body.

Aur-met. (old persons/adolescent girls) with restlessness and very sad nature.

Merc. with bitter or metallic taste in the mouth, excessive salivation and intense thirst for large quantities of cold water. Tongue thick and shows imprint of teeth.

Nervous trembling and profuse, offensive perspiration. odor very offensive, smells all over the room.

Nit-ac. + spongy, bleeding gums and loose teeth. Tongue clean and red. Nervous, general weakness, strong-smelling urine and dry, cracked skin.

Nux-v. with swollen gums, ulcerated lips or tongue and sour taste in the mouth. An over-sensitive nature, frequent ineffectual desire for stools and tends to catch colds.

Puls. with dry tongue and sweetish taste in the mouth. Thirstless and a weeping nature.

 

Agri. = Odermennig/= Bubenläuse/= Fünfblatt/= Kaiserkraut/= Leberkraut/= Klettenkraut/= Natternzunge/= immortal crane/= Brustwurz/= Schafklette/= Magenkraut/= Steinkraut/= Kirchturm/= Milzblüh/B.B.

Anschusa = Ochse.nzunge.x Boraginales.:

Asplenium. scolopendrium = Hirschzungenfarn 

Balanidae = See.-pocken.:/strecken sich „Wie Zunge.:“ aus ihr Gehäuse

Chelo. = Balmony/= Snakehead/= white turtlehead/= fishmouth

Cynoglossum officinale = Gewöhnliche Hund.szunge Boraginales.:

Cymbalaria muralis = Zimbelkraut/= Muur.-leeuw.enbek Lamiales. enthält Bufotenin.x

Cyn-d. = dog’s tooth gras/= devil’s gras

Erythronium = Trout. Lillies/= Dog.s tooth violet.s Liliales.x

Ferocactus latspirus = Teufel.szunge Caryophyllales.x

Galeopsis = gelber Hohlzahn Phytologie: Lungen Lamiales.x

Labiatae. Flowers resembling the lips of a mouth and four-lobed ovaries.

Lap. = Grindwurz/= Ochsenzunge/= Scheißblättchen/= Saukraut/= Altes Ross

Leontondon autumnalis = Herfst. Leeuw.entand/= Milch.kraut Asterales.x

Lina. = Frauenflachs/= Lin sauvage/= Toad-flax-Snap Dragon/= Common toadflax/= Froschkraut/= Löwe maul

Pseudo elephantopus = dog.’s tongue Asterales.x

Ruscus hypoglossum = Zungenblatt/= Zäpfleinkraut/= Hadernblatt Asparagales.: Organ: Zäpflein

Ruta. = Weinraute/= Rue/= bitterwort/= dogtooth daisy/= Tränen der Helena

Sanguis. vulpis: = Blut + Speichel + Teil des Zungespitzens eines Füchsleins.: Quelle: Helios

Sansevieria trifasciata 'Laurentii' = Snake.plant or mother.-in-law's tongue/= Bogen.-hanf.x air filtering plants.: Asparagales.x

Scolo-v.: = Hirschzunge

Talpa europaea = Maulwurf = Pel.: talpa = Pelz des Maulwurfes w Mammalia.x

Münze./Coca.blätter werden Tote im Mund gegeben als Lohn für den Übergang

Salz. wird Säugling bei der Taufe im Mund gegeben

two-faced.“ = doppeltzüngig/= heuchlerisch

Loxodonta africana. = ivory/= Elfenbein

Stach. = Ziest/= Betonie/= Betony wood/= Echte Betonie/= Flohblume/= Pfaffenblume/= Zahnkraut/= Zehrkraut. 

 

Bad Taste in the Mouth

Repertory:

Bitter taste in the morning: Sulph. Merc-v. Bry. Calc. Sil.

When solid food tastes bitter: Sulph. Bry. Rheum. Rhus-t. Hep.  Coloc. Ferr-met.

Food and drink both bitter: Puls. Chin.

Bitter taste after eating or drinking: Puls. Bry. Ars.

For sweet taste: Merc-v. Sulph. Cupr-met. Bell. Puls. Bry. Chin. Ferr-met. Spong.

For salty taste: Carb-v. Rheum. Ph-ac. Nux-v. Sulph. Ars. Nat-m. Cupr-met.

When food tastes salty: Carb-v. Sulph.

Salt taste when coughing: Carb-v. Coc-i.

For sour taste: Rheum. Ph-ac. Nux-v. Chin. Sulph. Caps. Calc. Nat-m. Coc-i. Cupr-met.

Acrid, biting taste: Verat. Rhus-t.

Burnt, smoky taste: Puls. Nux-v. Sulph.

Taste like herbs: Verat. Nux-v.

Taste like peppermint: Verat.

 

Vergleich: Siehe: Anhang + Zahnschmerz Repertorium

 

„Hat die Katze deine Zunge gefressen“

Schwäbische Maultaschen. - Fleischfüllung klein gehackt und im Nudelteig versteckt – nicht umsonst wird diese Spezialität auch „Herrgottsb’scheiß.erle“ genannt.

Atharva Veda/ancient Greeks associated lips anointed with honey with the gift of eloquence.

Beziehung zwischen Eisen und Sprache anämie.

 

[Dr. Trevor Cook]

The make-up of the tongue

A vital, highly active, sensitive organ, the beginning and the only visible part of the digestive tract. Sometimes called the mirror of the stomach. It can prove to be a key-factor in determining many conditions and the overall health.

The tongue is a flexible muscular organ of the mouth. It is meant for tasting, moisturising, licking, kissing, mastication of food, swallowing and speech. Its muscles are attached to the lower jaw and to a bone above the larynx.

Its rough texture produced by tiny nodules or papillae projecting from its upper surface. Sensory nerves or taste buds situated at the sides and the base of the tongue and the motor nerve distributed across the muscular substance.

Ask to protrude the tongue and check for any deviation, discomfort or tremors. Examine the dorsum of the colour and any coating or furring. Enlarged or flabby? Note the condition of the papillae.

Any cracks, fissures or patches on the tongue? Ask the client to elevate the tip with the mouth wide open. Camine the undersurface of the anterior tongue. While conducting this examination it is pertinent to study the lips, teeth, gums, palate, fauces (the passage from the mouth pharynx), tonsils and pharynx.

The healthy tongue is free of any discomfort, such as pain, stinging, burning, swelling, excrescences or numbness. It is moist, with a rough surface, and has an evenly coloured pink surface overlaying pale red. Inspection of the client’s tongue is, therefore, a very useful starting point in most consultations. -

Tongue conditions

Cuts: The tongue is considered to be the fastest healing organ in the body. Wounds should respond within 48 hours with correct treatment, otherwise consult a physician.

May be treated with a mouthwash of Calendula mother tincture or a mixture of equal volumes of Calen. and Hyper. mother tinctures (Hypercal), 10 drops in ½ cup of water.

If there is suppuration, Hep. 6 C also.

Bites/bitten Tongue:            Ledum 6 C for puncture wounds with imprints of teeth, or as for cuts. Hydr. Merc-c. Mer-s. or Rhus-t. may also be considered. All in 6 C or 30 C.

Coloration:

Red Tip of Tongue: Usually a dietary problem with excessively acid foods. Reduce acidity by increasing consumption of fruits and vegetables: Nat-c. 6 C, Bell. 6 C, Nat-p. 6 C, Arg-n. 6 C, Rhus-t. 6 C or Sulph.30 C.

White Salivation and bad, slimy taste. White ‘thrush’ tongue. Kali-c. 6 C or Kali-m. 6 C. Bry. 6 C or Tarax. 6 C might also be useful. For white patches, Tarax. 2 C.

Dry. thick white Coating is a sign of toxification.

drainage remedies.                                    Berb. 6 C for kidney dysfunction, Chel. 6 C for liver dysfunction, or Kali-s. 6 C or Tarax. 2 C. Water intake should be increased.

Also consider Bapt. 6 C or Ars. 6 C. Senna for constipation.

Greyish-white mapped tongue             Swelling. Tongue feels dryish or slimy. Kali-m. 6 C or Nat-m. 6 C.

Smooth, pale tongue                                    May suggest a nutrional deficinecy; the healthy tongue is rough. A healthy, balanced diet is necessary. the biochemic remedy Kali-p. 6 C.

Purple                                                Lach. 30 C. Consider also Petr. 30 C.

Red edges                                         Merc-s. 6 C Consider also Ars. 6 C, Chel. 6 C or Lyc. 30 C

Reddish with pale edges:             (and possibly tiny white spots). Indicates a liver problem. Nat-s. 6 C, Chel. 6 C, Berb. 6 C or Solid. 6 C.

Black or blackish:                                   Consider Merc-s. 6 C, Carb-v. 6 C, or Ars. 6 C.

Black at the centre:                                    Phos. 30 C.

The tongue can also be brushed gently night and morning using a Calendula mouthwash.

Blue                                                   Ant-t. 6 C or Ars. 6 C.

Possible heart condition. Lips may be blue. Dig. 6 C or 30 C. Consider Conv. 6 C or Crat. in mother tincture.

Brown                                               Ars. 6 C or Bapt. 6 C. If worse in the morning, Rhus-t. 6 C.

Red                                                    Bell. 6 C. If swollen, Rhus-t. 6 C. If fiery red, Apis. 6 C. Rhus-t. has fiery red triangular tip. A strawberry tongue indicates Bell.

Grey or greyish-yellow                         Ambros. 6 C

Grey-green                                        Nat-s. 6 C or Nat-p. 6 C. A thick grey-green coating may suggest severe constipation. drainage remedies, including Senna 6 C and increase water intake to 2 litres

                                                          daily minimum.

Yellow thick, dirty coating                        Chel. 30 C if a liver problem is suspected. Consider Rhus-t. Kali-bi. or Spig. all in a 6 C potency.

Multicoloured                                    Lach. 6 C

[C.G.Raue]

Color of Saliva

A blue color has been observed in slow poisoning by lead.

Yellow, even greenish saliva has been found in liver complaints and jaundice.

Appearance of saliva:

Mapped tongue                                    Nat-m. 6 C but see Coloration

Twitching tongue                                    Glon. 6 C or 30 C.

Trembling tongue                                    Lach. 6 C or Mer-s. 6 C. If the tongue is protruded and trembling, the Lach. Accompanied by stammering choose Stram. 30 C or Arg-n. 6 C.

Tongue tremor                                    This condition could indicate hyperthyrodism, and a blood test would be required (incl. weight loss, bulging eyes, insomnia, restlessness and

                                                                      depression). Meanwhile Kali-p. 6 C can be given.

Wrinkled tongue                                    Consider Calc-p. 6 C or Phos. 6 C.

Swollen tongue                                    An enlarged tongue may indicate thyroid enlargement, an underactive thyroid gland (hypothyroidism). Other symptoms include weight gain

                                                          and lethargy.

Fuc. 6 C, prepared from sea kelp (high in I, the major constituent of thyrodine). Alternatively Iod. 6 C. Remedies to be considered are Anac. and Puls. both at 6 C.

Tongue swollen, flabby where the teeth leave marks would indicate Mer-s. 6 C.

Smooth tongue                                    Accompanied by redness and soreness. Indicating anemia (iron deficiency anemia). There may be an earthy taste. Ferr-p. 6 C.

In the morning or on waking, Op. 30 C, Puls. or Rhus-t.  

At night, Nux-m. 30 C (‘Sensation as if dry’).

Dry Tongue may be caused by stress or nervousness (before addressing an audience/before an examination). Feels tongue-tied, unable to speak. Arg-n. 6 C the night before and 1 hour before the event or consider Gels. 6 C or 30 C. Drink plenty of water.

Itching                                               Apis. 6 C. Dulc. 6 C or Sulph. 30 C.

Tongue in constant motion                  Loquacious, but in motion even when not talking. Tongue may be protruded. Phyt. 6 C or Hyos. 6 C and follow with Lach. 6 C or Phos. 6 C.

Mucus/saliva

Sticky                                                Arg-n. 6 C. Sep. 30 C or Nux-m. 30 C.

Bitter,                                                Chel. 6 C.

Pain in tongue:            

On swallowing                                    Calc-p. 6 C or Phyt. 6 C.

On talking                                         Kalm. 6 C or Lyc. 6 C.

On puffing out                                    Phyt. 6 C or 30 C.

Burning pain (smarting)                   Ars. Iris. Sang. or Verat-v. (all 6 C). Acon. could be given initially (one dose).

Soreness                                           Nit-ac. 6 C or Thuj. 6 C.

Paralysis                                            Difficult articulation of speech. Caus. 6 C or 30 C, Gels. 30 C, Lyc. 30 C or Op. 200 C (left side). See also Trembling tongue.

Sensitive tongue:       

Tip of tongue                                    Crot-t. 6 C. If the tip is sensitive and red choose Ars. 6 C, Phyt. 6 C or Sulph. 30 C

Whole tongue                                    Tarax. 2 C

Blisters                                              Gums may bleed. Zinc-met. 6 C.

Numb                                                Nat-m. 6 C is indicated (+ tingling sensation). Also consider Gels. 6 C or Acon. (initially).

Hot                                                    Bell. 6 C Apis. 6 C.

Inflamed                                            Apis. Lach. Crot-c. all 30 C.

Coatings:       

Frothy                                                with bubbles on side of tongue. Nat-m. 6 C. See also Coloration.

Greyish film                                      May be caused by excessive use of antibiotics. Ambros. 6 C or Kali-c. 6 C or Chel. 6 C.

Ulcers:

White:                                                Kali-i. 6 C. Tongue may have greyish-white coating.

Small.                                                Merc-s. 6 C. May be the result of stress. A vitamin C supplement may be helpful. Possibly follow up with Psor. 1M.

Bleeding:                                           Merc-s. 6 C or 30 C. Ulcers at edges of tongue may be treated with Nit-ac. 6 C or, if under the with Lyc. 30 C.

 

Schistocerca americana.: = American bird grasshopper/= Heuschrecke/= Zähne des Windes

Amor-r. = Teufelszunge/= Tränenbaum

 

[Dr. Colin Lessell]

Temporomandibular Joint- Disorders of:

Cracking of the joint – Rhus-t.

Painful cracking of joint – Gran.

Pain in joint on swallowing – Arum-t.

 

 

Vorwort/Suchen.                                Zeichen/Abkürzungen.                                   Impressum.