Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Kali Bromatum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Enlargement of liver and spleen.
Small tumour in region of spleen.
Sensation as if bowels were falling out.
Internal coldness of abdomen.
Abdomen sunken, almost stuck to vertebral column (cholera infantum).
Periodic colic in infants, occurring about 5 p.m.
Flatulent colic in children and hysterical women.
Ascites of hepatic or splenic origin.
Taste foul; salty; lost.
Thirst intense with dry mouth.
(Children who from time of birth can swallow solids with ease, yet choke every time they try to drink).
Hysterical women who vomit their food after each meal, esp. if subjected to exciting emotions.
Troublesome pressure at stomach after dinner.
Troublesome pressure at stomach after dinner; lassitude.
Vomiting with intense thirst; of drunkards after a debauch; in whooping-cough; of meconium.
Anorexia, foul breath, white tongue, involving edges as well as dorsum, and not necessarily furred; great languor; violent headache; loathing vomiturition or vomiting of mucus; saltish taste in mouth.
Repeated retching and emesis; sick and giddy.
Weakness of stomach; dyspepsia.≡ more ...