Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Baryta Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Lack of appetite.
Appetite scanty, for several days.
Lack of appetite for three weeks (aft. 26 d.).
Little appetite, but food tastes good; no hunger.
Satiety the whole day; whatever she eats, she eats without hunger.
Slight appetite, and if he eats anything, it will not go down; the food has its proper taste, but is repugnant to him; and eating it makes him uncomfortable.
Indifference to sweet things.
Aversion to fruit, especially to plums.
Aversion to eating, and yet a sensation of hunger.
Sensation of hunger in the stomach, but no appetite (aft. 10 d.).
Hunger, at once in the morning on rising (2d d.).
Good appetite, every day, and hunger soon returns, if the only satisfies himself moderately; but if the satisfies himself fully, there is great discomfort and indolence.
During dinner, several of his ailments seem to decrease.
When eating and drinking, heat overpowers him.
After eating he feels prostrated, weary and uncomfortable, with constant tenesmus and anxious feeling in the lumbar region, as when resting.
After dinner he feels very warm and uncomfortable, and feels a pressure in the right side over the stomach.
After dinner, great indolence and indisposition to work.
After dinner, there seems to be a gauze before his eyes.
After dinner, much urging to urinate.
After dinner, incomplete eructation, with subsequent spasmodic, contractive pain in the stomach (17th d.).
Rising of air, with a sensation in the region of the stomach, as if the air had difficulty there is pressing through, causing a pain as of soreness, until eructation without taste follows afterward.