Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Digitalis Purpurea in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Regurgitation of a sourish fluid.
Regurgitation of an acrid fluid and then of acidity in the mouth, like vinegar.
Regurgitation of a tasteless fluid.
Heartburn, in the afternoon and toward evening.
A somewhat sharp burning, extending from the stomach up the oesophagus.
Disagreeable sensation in the gastric region.
Weakness of the stomach, like a sinking down, as if life were being extinguished, with all the patients in the same manner.
Heaviness in the stomach.
Heaviness in the stomach, alternating with lassitude.
Pressure, repeatedly in the stomach and in the epigastrium.
Pressure in the scrobiculus cordis, as from a hard load, on raising the body.
Constriction over the gastric region, toward the liver.
Cramp-like pains about the stomach (7th d.).
Spasms of the stomach.
Cutting in the stomach.
Squeezing stitches in the scrobiculus cordis, unchanged by respiration and increased by touching, only when standing, not when sitting.
Great heat in the stomach, with painfulness of the same.
Burning in the stomach, extending up into the oesophagus.
Burning and pressure, in the gastric region.
In the hypochondria, anxious tension and constriction.
Pressure in the left hypochondrium.
Continuous stitch in the left hypochondrium, with feeling as if the parts around it had gone to sleep.
Pain, as if all things within were torn, on a spot below the third false rib on the left side.
Bellyache, of a violent and constant kind.
Fullness in the abdomen, at noon, with good appetite.
Pressive colic in the epigastrium, by jerks and, as it were, spasmodic.
Contractive pain in the abdomen, for a quarter of an hour.
Sensation of twisting in the bowels and as if the gastric region was drawn in.
Pinching contraction in the abdomen, as from taking a violent cold, when sitting, not when walking (aft. 3 or 4 days.).
Pains in the abdomen, like colic, with growling and rumbling, for half an hour.
Pinching in the belly (almost at once).
Pinching in the hypogastrium, as from a purgative.
Cutting all over the epigastrium and hypogastrium.
Cutting in the abdomen, with urging to stool.
Cutting in the abdomen, extending to the lowest part of the belly in the region of the os pubis, where it presses and bears downward through the pelvic cavity to the testes; the cutting arose form previous increased movements in the abdomen.
Shooting pains in the renal region.
Fine stitches in the left renal region, when sitting.
Stitches, also single fine stitches in the left side of the abdomen, in rest (and in motion) and especially on expiration.
Fine stitches on the right side of the abdomen, on expiration, when standing and walking (aft. 50 h.).
Flying needle-pricks in the whole abdomen.
Sharp stitches in navel.
Obtuse, almost pinching stitches, on the right side over the navel, when eating.
Tearing pains in the navel, in the morning.
Tearing rather than shooting pains in the abdomen, in the morning in bed, with subsequent diarrhoea, followed by tenesmus.
Single, cutting, tearing pains in the umbilical region when walking.
Single cutting, tearing pains in the abdomen, in the evening, as if from a cold, especially when rising up from a seat, with pressive headache in the vertex.
Burrowing, pressing and shooting in the abdomen, just above the umbilical region.
Boring and pressing down, anteriorly, in the left side of the abdomen.
Sensation in the left side of the abdomen, as if something was forcing itself through.
The abdomen pains on motion, as if ulcerated, but not so when touched.
Tension of the skin on the abdomen, when the raises himself up.
In the bend of the groin there is, almost only when walking, a pressive tension in the tendon of the psoas muscle, that becomes prominent on moving; when pressed on, it is painful, as if there was a pressure from a hard body under the skin.
Drawing cramp, anteriorly in the bend of the right groin, which is aggravated on moving the psoas muscle, and became, as it were, clucking, and then even continues when sitting.
Twitching tearing, extending from the mons veneris to the left groin, on bending the body backward.
Shooting pain in the bend of the groin, when walking.
Pain, as from excoriation, in the left inguinal ring, as if a hernia would protrude.
Much rumbling in the bowels.
Constipation, almost the whole time.
After a meal, the food presses into the scrobiculus cordis, while sitting, not while standing.
After dinner, great drowsiness, with frequent yawning, for many days.
After a meal, the stomach and epigastrium are always full and inflated, with clumsiness and distaste to work.
Sour eructation after a meal.
Vomiting of the food eaten, which was enveloped in tasteless mucus, with increased nausea and diminution of the bellyache.
The stomach is weak in digesting food for a long time.
Many ailments from flatus.
The flatus moves about audibly in the abdomen, with growling and grumbling and a sensation as if bubbles of air moved about in the large intestines.
Movements of flatus, which clucking and pressure in the hypogastrium.
Noises in the abdomen, without sensation of flatulence, or discharge of flatus.
Flatulence and discharge of flatus.
Discharge of much flatus, in the afternoon.
Qualmishness, almost bordering on nausea.
Nausea in the gastric region, with little appetite.
Nausea after eating.
Nausea for three days without cessation.
Cutting pressure in the scrobiculus cordis, with nausea there.
Pinching in the belly, with single stitches and transient fits of nausea.
Deadly nausea, as if he should vomit, in recurring fits, with extreme depression of the spirits and anxious oppression.
Inclination to vomit.
Almost convulsive effort to vomit.
Vomiting, through the day and night.
Vomiting in the night.
Violent vomiting for four hours.
Vomiting with nausea.
Vomiting with severe, violent nausea.
Excessive vomiting, with inordinate nausea, coldness of the limbs and cold sweat, for two days.
Retching vomiting, with violent nausea, with great anguish in the scrobiculus cordis, with external heat intermixed with chilly shudders, and subsequent sweat with chill, several days successively, at 5 to 6 P.M.
Vomiting of a green liquid, like an infusion of herbs, in repeated attacks, with an abatement of the ailments.
Vomiting of green bile, with inordinate nausea.
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