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Anatherum Muricatum - Abdomen symptoms - T.F. Allen

Cuscus - An East Indian Grass, Anantherum Muriaticum, Anantherum Muricatum, oenanthe, Anantherum, Anan.

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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Anatherum Muricatum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.



Abdomen distended like a balloon,

Distension of the abdomen,

Abdomen greatly distended,

Sudden distension of the abdomen, with shortness of breathing (second day),

Belly greatly swelled,

Abdomen rather hard (eleventh day),

Violent colic,

Colic pains in the abdomen (second day),

Tenderness, hardness, and pain in the abdomen (second day),

Belly very tender (third day),

Griping or severe tormina,

Tumescence of the abdomen,

Cough gives pain in the region of the liver and in the head (second day),

The slightest touch on any part of the abdomen causes great pain (second day),

Sensation of hard lumps, as if there were concretions in the liver.

Burning, pulsating, and lancinating pains in the region of the spleen.

Sensation as if there were foreign bodies in the spleen, and as if the passage of the blood would tear it.

Cramps, lancination, and digging in the region of the spleen, with loss of respiration.

Spleen as if ulcerated and hypertrophied.

Burning in the whole abdomen, as if he had erysipelas.

Inflammation and swelling of the abdomen, which is very painful.

Abdomen inflated, tense, and hard, with tympanitic sound on percussion.

Colics, cramps, and tearing pains in the abdomen, with sensation as if there were a red-hot iron in it.

Colic, with cramps in the limbs, icy coldness, and choleraic diarrhoea.

Sensation as if the bowels were excoriated or pulled out.

Lancinating and crampy pains in the abdomen, spreading into the hypochondria and kidneys.

Colic and pains in the bowels, as if they were gnawed by animals; he twists about, and knows not what position to take for relief.

Sensation as if he had a tumor in the transverse colon, and thousands of pimples all over the intestinal tube, with inflammation of all the glands and serous membranes of the abdomen.

Burning and cramps in the abdomen, with alternating coldness and heat.

Tumors, like hernia, or like buboes in the groin.


Regurgitations, with taste of the food or of Crocus Sativus saffron, and sometimes acid or ammoniacal.

Vomiting of the food and of bile, with hunger even after eating.

Vomiting of food, and often of blood, after meals.

Food passes through his bowels undigested, almost as soon as eaten.

Painful, impossible digestion; he vomits food just as it was when taken several days before.


Colic, with much flatulence as soon as he walks.


Much phlegm is formed, with nausea, insipidity, or acidity, and heat in the stomach.


Vomiting of bile as if it came directly from the liver.

Twisting and tearing pains in the bowels, as in iliac passion, with nausea and vomiting.

Incessant nausea and inclination to vomit.

Vomiting of acrid, burning matter, followed by bile and blood.

Vomiting with horrible pains in the stomach.

Watery, acid, or insipid, and sweetish vomiting, with burning and stitches in the stomach.

Vomiting of pure blood, as if from the rupture of a bloodvessel in the stomach.

Vomiting bilious and black.

Vomiting mixed with bile, blood, or water.

Contracted and burning stomach, with desire to vomit.

Bad digestion, with painful movements of the ingest in the stomach, without power to expel them; great headache; desire to vomit; twisting in the stomach, and feeling of intoxication.


The stomach feels full and as if ulcerated.

Very frequent empty eructations, especially after eating or drinking.

Obstinate and painful eructation, especially after eating vegetables.

Obstinate, convulsive hiccough.

Burning in the stomach, as if it were on fire.

Excessive and almost continual secretion of phlegm.

Much secretion of phlegm, especially when waking in the morning, before eating, when walking, and sometimes at night.

It seems as if the whole force of the organism was concentrated in the stomach to produce an infinity of suffering.

Sensation of fulness and constriction on the stomach, with total want of appetite, bitter and salty taste.

Sensation as of worm moving about in the oesophagus and stomach.

Continual contractions and cramps in the stomach.

Sensation as of tumors, holes, or sharp pebbles in his stomach.

Extreme debility coming from the stomach, and which can in no way be relieved.

Stomach painful as if full of ulcers.

Contractive, gnawing, and tearing pains in the stomach, as if caused by some living thing.

Spasms and cramps in the stomach, hindering respiration, and forcing him to twist and cry out.

Pains in the stomach, as if it were torn, cut, and perforated in several places; pains which leave him no rest day or night, and engross him entirely.

Pains in the stomach, with continual mental irritability.

Sensation as if he had in the stomach a hard tumor, starting from the pylorus, extending on the right side to the liver.

Burning, tearing, and crampy pains in the stomach, spreading into the chest and right hypochondrium.

Stitches in the stomach extending into the chest and back.

Very painful pressure, like a bar, on the epigastrium, with short, anxious respiration.

Crampy pressure in the epigastrium, extending to the back.

Spasms of the stomach, with sensation as if all the thoracic and abdominal viscera were contracted and reduced in volume; oppression, and fear of choking.

Very painful contractions in the epigastric region.

Nearly all the stomach symptoms are accompanied by headache.

Heaviness and distension of the stomach, as if full of water.

Sensation as if the stomach were closed by a bar.

Cramps and pains in the stomach, as if cut with a knife, or struck by lightning.

Spasmodic contractions of the oesophagus and pylorus, with inability to swallow.

Spasms and burning in the stomach, with violent colic, so that he has to bend himself.

Digging, tearing, clawing, and gnawing pains in the stomach.

Sensation as if the stomach were bitten in different places, and the intestines pricked and cut.

Pains in the stomach, extending to the liver and into the entire chest.

The pains in the stomach are worse in the evening, at night, after eating, by movement, excitement of feeling, and every occupation.

Inclination to change his position every moment to ease the pains in the stomach.

Inflammation of the stomach, with fever, constipation, and intense hunger and thirst.

Pains in the stomach, with cold sweats on the face and back.

Appetite and Thirst.

Total loss of appetite,

Thirst (eleventh day),

Thirst (third day),

Desires cold drinks, in the evening (third day),

Eructation and Hiccough.

Constant and continued eructations strongly flavored by the plant,


Very distressing hiccough,


Nausea and vomiting

Nausea, without vomiting,


Frequent nausea, without vomiting,

Nausea and vomiting,

Nauseated, and vomited up nearly the whole of the root (after twenty minutes),

Nausea and sickness, which were soon relieved, if vomiting supervened,

Vast uneasiness and sickness at stomach, but no vomiting, with great uneasiness (after ten or fifteen minutes),


Vomited blood,

Vomiting and diarrhoea,

They vomited in their fits,

Great retching; at the first attempt he threw up about half a pint of clear watery liquid; at the first and third attempts hardly anything,

Tenderness at stomach (eleventh day),

Acute pain in the stomach,

Pain in pit of stomach, with slight fever (eighth and ninth days),

Pain in the stomach,

Violent pains in the epigastric region,

Pain in the epigastric region,

Burning in the stomach,

Heat in stomach,

Biting heat in the epigastric region, without nausea,

"Warmed her stomach very much,"

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