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Chamomilla - Abdomen symptoms - Clarke

German Chamomile, Chamomile, Camomile, Chamom., Camomilla, Chamomila, Camomila, Chamomilla Vulgaris, Cham.

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



Tension and anxious fulness in the hypochondria, and in the epigastrium (in the morning), with a sensation as if everything was ascending towards the chest.

Colic, after anger.

Excessively painful colic, pullings and cuttings in the abdomen, sometimes in the morning, at sunrise.

Sensation of emptiness in the abdomen, with constant movement in the intestines, and blue circles round the eyes.

Burning cuttings in the epigastrium, with difficulty of respiration, and paleness of the face.

Shooting in the abdomen, principally on coughing, on sneezing, and on touching it.

Painful sensibility of the abdomen to the touch, with sensation of ulceration in the interior.

Pressure towards the inguinal ring, as if hernia were about to protrude.

Abdominal spasms.


Putrid or clammy taste.

Acid taste in the mouth, and of rye-bread.

Aliments cannot descend.

Excessive thirst for cold drinks.


Regurgitation of food.

Vomiting of food, and of sour substances, with mucus.

Bitter taste in the mouth (early in the morning), and of food.

Want of appetite, and dislike to food.


Flatulent colic, with inflation of the abdomen, and accumulation of flatus towards the hypochondria, and the inguinal ring.


Nausea after eating, and chiefly in the morning.


Bitter, bilious vomiting.

Aversion to, or great longing for coffee, sometimes with nausea, or even vomiting, and attacks of suffocation, after having partaken of it.

After eating, heat and sweat of the face, inflation and fulness of the stomach, and of the abdomen, risings and inclination to vomit.


Risings, which aggravate the pains of the stomach and of the abdomen.

Acid rising (the existing pain is aggravated by eructations).

Uneasiness, and a sort of flabbiness in the stomach, as if the patient were about to faint.

Excessively painful pressure on the precordial region, as if the heart were going to be crushed, with cries, sweat, and anguish.

Pressive gastralgia, as from a stone on the stomach, with difficulty of respiration, chiefly after eating, or at night, with inquietude and tossing, either renewed or mitigated by coffee.

Burning pain in the pit of the stomach, and in the hypochondria.

After eating or drinking, heat and perspiration of the face.

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