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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Crocus Sativus in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Abdomen inflated, with sensation of fulness.
Distension of the stomach and abdomen (the stomach feels distended in the morning before eating anything).
Cramp-like pains in the abdomen.
Pinchings in the abdomen after drinking (water).
Pains in the abdomen from taking cold.
Movements in the abdomen, stomach, pit of the stomach, arms, and other parts of the body, as of something alive hopping about.
Shocks above l. hypochondrium.
Sensation of heaviness in the inguinal region.
Sensation of heaviness in the abdomen, with pressing towards the uterus.
Sweet or bitter taste in the bottom of the gullet.
Constant thirst in the evening, with uneasiness in the abdomen after drinking.
Absence of appetite, with sensation off fulness, however little be eaten.
Nauseating, acid, sweetish taste.
Nausea, disappearing in the open air.
Empty risings, while fasting in the morning.
Pyrosis after eating with a good appetite.
Heartburn after eating.
Qualmishness, uneasiness, and sensation of oppression, in the epigastrium.
Burning pain in the stomach.
Borborygmi, and fermentation in the epigastrium.
Great sinking sensation at epigastrium.
Drawing in the pit of the stomach, back and forth, and up and down.
Some violent stitches in pit of stomach.≡ more ...