Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Cina in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Obstinate pinchings in the abdomen.
Painful twisting about navel.
Cutting and pinching pain in the abdomen from worms.
Painful rolling in the region of the navel, which is very sensitive to the touch.
Cramp-like, frequently recurring pains in the abdomen, as when the catamenia are about to appear.
Unpleasant sensation of warmth in the abdomen.
Bloated abdomen, esp. in children.
Feeling of emptiness in the abdomen.
Increase of thirst.
Aversion of the sucking child to the milk of its mother.
Bitter taste of bread.
Pinching or cramp-like pressure transversely across upper abdomen, after a meal.
Hunger shortly after a meal.
Hunger may come on in the middle of the night, as in children, or one may feel hungry a few minutes after a hearty meal.
Vomiting, or diarrhoea immediately after eating or drinking, esp. drinking.
Vomiting of mucus and of ascarides.
Vomiting during the fever, with tongue clean.
Audible gurgling from the throat into the stomach when drinking.
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