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Gratiola Officinalis - Abdomen symptoms - Clarke

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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Gratiola Officinalis in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.



Shooting pains in the abdomen.

Beatings in l. hypochondrium (heating pain, burning).

Inflation of the abdomen.

Feeling of coldness in abdomen, lasting half all hour.


Gnawing, as from hunger after eating.

Constant sinking at epigastrium, but cannot eat.

Increased thirst.


Pressure on the stomach after a meal, with nausea.

Pressure on the epigastrium after a meal, as from a stone; which moves back and forth.

Hunger, sometimes with loathing and horror of all food.


Pressive pain in abdomen, with pinchings (in umbilical region), which force the patient to bend double (amel. by the emission of flatulence).


Flatulent and pressive colic, with nausea and disagreeable risings.

Rumbling, with nausea, eructation, and vertigo.

Constant nausea, with retching.

Nausea, with cold in the abdomen.

The sufferings of the stomach and of the epigastrium are often accompanied by nausea, or ineffectual efforts at eructation.


Vomiting, with stoppage of the nose.

Bilious vomiting, or vomiting of acid or bitter substances.

Searching and digging in the stomach, with inclination to vomit.

Paroxysms of inclination to vomit, amel. by eructations.


Bitter or sweetish risings.

Ineffectual efforts to eructate, with pressure from stomach to throat, which suspends respiration.

Empty or cold feeling in stomach.


Regurgitation of bitter water.

Uneasiness, and sensation of fulness in stomach.

Rolling about in epigastrium.

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