Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Conium Mac in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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After eating, bloatedness in the epigastrium, with pressure in the stomach, which causes an anxious interception of the breathing.
After eating, in the morning, aching in the abdomen, and the whole day, great fullness of the stomach and of the chest.
After supper, bellyache in the umbilical region, as if the bowels were contused.
When she has eaten anything, there comes, seemingly from the stomach, a sort of languid heat through the arms, even into the fingers, when he hands become pale and, as it were, become dead.
Chill at the conclusion of supper.
After eating, tightness, and hard pressure externally on the sternum.
During eating and drinking, sweat.
After breakfast, great lassitude and lack of tone in the abdominal muscles.
After eating, she has quite a sour taste in the mouth.
After eating, regurgitation of a sour substance from the stomach.
After supper the whole mouth is full of sour water.
Frequent empty eructation, chiefly in the morning.
Much empty eructation, without taste and smell.
Heartburn, in the evening.
Inflation of the stomach.
Pressure in the region of the scrobiculus cordis, as from fullness, intermixed with stitches, and aggravated by respiration and motion.
Pressure up from the scrobiculus cordis into the fauces, as if a round body was about the rise up (2d d.).
A pressure in the scrobiculous cordis, as if something was moving around in it, then some stitches in the side of the chest, also in the morning.
Drawing pain from the scrobiculus cordis up into the fauces, with short, difficult respiration, in the morning after rising and after the stool (11th d.).
Contractive pain in the stomach, with sensation of coldness in it and in the back, awaking her in the morning from sleep.
Cramp-like pains in the stomach.
Spasms of the stomach.
Spasmodic pinching in the stomach.
Pinching in the stomach, which contracts the chest, with grasping together of the back and much eructation, and wakes her from sleep.
Pinching in the stomach, which later in a dull form passes into the bowels.
Stitches in the gastric region, toward evening.
Fine stitches in the scrobiculus cordis.
Sensation of soreness and of rawness in the stomach.
Sensation of soreness in the scrobiculus cordis, as if festering underneath, in the morning when lying in bed and turning over, for three mornings (aft. 13 d.).
Tightness in the pit of the stomach when leaning backward, with interception of the breath and of speech.
Painful tension around the hypochondria, as from a constricting bandage.
In the liver, pressive pain, when walking.
Pressive pain in the right side of the abdomen and chest, aggravated by respiring.
Straining in the right side of the abdomen, when taking a deep breath.
Sharp drawing in the anterior lobe of the liver.
Sharp drawing jerks under the right ribs.
Painful tearing in the hepatic region.
Lancinating pain in the hepatic region, intermittingly (aft. 16 h.).
Stitches in the hepatic region.
Stitches in the hepatic region, intercepting the breathing.
In the left hypochondria, pressive tensive pain extending into the side of the hypogastrium.
Stitch in the left side of the abdomen (2d d.).
Lancinating pain in the left hypochondrium, in the morning, when lying in bed, with oppression of the breathing; it goes off on rising.
Shooting digging in the left side of the abdomen.
Pain in the abdomen above the hips, when walking.
Pain in the abdomen, when laughing.
Violent pains in the abdomen with chill.
Excessive pains in the abdomen.
Pressure in the hypogastrium and then fermentation in it.
Constant pressure in the hypogastrium, as from something heavy, when not eating.
Inflation of the abdomen, after the noon-siesta.
Inflation and fullness of the abdomen, in the afternoon.
Distension of the abdomen, and twitching contraction up toward the chest, with pressive and pinching pain, for several minutes (2d d.).
Inflation of the abdomen, like flatulent-colic in the evening, with coldness of one foot.
Swelling of the abdomen.
Swelling of the mesenteric glands.
Very much contracted spot in the colon.
Compression in the abdomen.
Contractive pain in the hypogastrium, like after-pains, urging to stool.
Griping and forcing in the abdomen.
Cramp in the hypogastrium (6th d.).
Colic pain of the most violent kind.
Pinching pain in the abdomen, but not just before, nor immediately after, the stool.
Severe pinching in the abdomen, as if diarrhoea was coming.
Cutting in the left side of the abdomen, as if a tumor was forming.
Cutting colic, with diarrhoea (12th d.).
Cutting colic, deep in the abdomen, with good appetite and sleep at night.
Violent cutting in the abdomen, every day, especially in the right side.
Cutting stitches in the abdomen, as with a knife (4th d.).
Stabs in the abdomen, as with a knife.
Transient, lancinating pains in the abdomen (8th d.).
Shooting in the epigastrium, in the morning on awaking, worse on moving.
Drawing sensation in the abdomen, after drinking.
Drawing pain in the abdomen, on walking (aft. 3 h.).
Drawing pain in the abdomen, in the umbilical region, in the morning, after rising.
Drawing in the hypogastrium, and pressure toward the epigastrium, in the morning, when sitting.
Drawing pain, as from being bruised, in the intestines (aft. 9 ½ h.).
Tearing in the hypogastrium, above the pubes, extending to the abdominal ring.
Dull tearing, on a small spot just below the navel.
Tearing, as from a sore, intermittently from the gastric region into the side of the abdomen, as if everything in the abdomen was being torn out; for several mornings.
Several thrusts in the abdomen, outwardly toward the abdominal muscles, as in pregnancy from movements of the foetus.
Itching in the abdomen.
In the abdominal muscles, above the navel, fine pinching, on bending the body forward.
Sharp stitches, darting upward, in the abdominal muscles, in short intermissions, on the left side below the navel.
In the groin, shooting pains, on rising from a seat.
Pain in the right groin, as from a swelling, and, on being touched, pain as if from festering within.
Pains, as if forcing a protrusion, in the place where the hernia is situated (2d d.).
Forcing outward, in the location of the hernia.
There is forcing toward the location of the former inguinal hernia, without the actual protrusion of the hernia.
Tearing in the mons veneris when sitting.
Growling and rumbling in the abdomen.
Swashing in the left side of the abdomen.
After a meal, nausea, with sensation of satiety.
After every meal, nausea and inclination to vomit.
After dinner, nausea, with pressive headache, in the nape, the crown and the forehead.
Soon after a meal, drawing pain in the abdomen, in the umbilical region.
After dinner, drawing pain in the hypogastrium, when sitting.
After a meal, great lassitude and lack of tone.
Eructation with taste of the ingesta, even six hours after a meal.
Regurgitation of some food the stomach, with the eructation.
Nausea and inclination to vomit, after every meal.
Hard and severe inflation of the abdomen, in the evening, after a meal; the navel protrudes, making her sleep uneasy.
Pinching deep in the hypogastrium, after every meal, with good appetite.
After eating, sour eructation.
After breakfast, abortive eructation.
Abortive eructation, causing pain in the stomach.
Eructation, chiefly toward evening.
Sour eructation in the evening.
Sourish eructation, with burning in the stomach.
Eructation, with taste of the ingesta.
Immediately after eating, accumulation of flatus, which is then discharged in large quantities with noise, giving relief.
The stomach is frequently distended with flatus.
The flatus is discharged at once, easily.
A quantity of flatus is discharged (aft. 18 h.).
Discharge of fetid flatus.
Violent discharge of much flatus.
Discharge of cold flatus.
Before the discharge of flatus, cutting in the abdomen.
Frequent nausea and total lack of appetite.
Nausea in the evening, with great lassitude, so that it is hard for her to speak.
Morning-nausea, going off after stool.
Cutting colic, in the morning, after a few hours' chill; with headache and nausea.
Eructation, with the taste of the ingesta, without inclination to vomit, with regurgitation.
Nausea and inclination to vomit.
Inclination to vomit.
Inclination to vomit, with eructation and lassitude.
Inclination to vomit after eating, and hiccup, but proper taste and good appetite.
Frequent vomiting, with total lack of appetite.
Vomiting of mucus, in the afternoon, with headache, with nausea and subsequent frequent eructation.≡ more ...