Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Gelsemium Sempervirens in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Sudden spasmodic pain in the upper part of the abdomen, leaving a sensation of contraction and causing him to cry out.
Acute enteritis (catarrhal) during damp weather; warm or cold.
Gnawing pain in the transverse colon.
Wandering, pinching wind colic, less when sitting erect; more beginning to move, less during continual motion.
Periodical colic, with yellow diarrhoea; evening.
Griping in the lower abdomen, relieved by passing copious bilious stools.
Tenderness in the right iliac region during typhus.
Rumbling in the abdomen, with discharge of wind up and down.
Sensation of soreness of the abdominal walls.
Rumbling and full pain in the epigastrium, relieved by passage of flatus.
Passive congestion of the liver, with vertigo, dim sight and fulness of the head.
Cramp in the stomach, better riding and sitting erect.
Feeling of emptiness and weakness in stomach and bowels.
Oppression and fulness in the stomach, worse from pressure of clothing.≡ more ...