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Kali Carbonicum - Abdomen symptoms - Clarke

Carbonate Of Potassium, Kali Carb, Kali-Carb, Kali-carb, Kalium Carbonicum, Kali-c.

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HPUS indication of Kali Carbonicum: Wheezing

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

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Pain in liver, on stooping, as if it were wrenched.

Burning pain, aching, and shootings in liver.

Pressure and shootings in region of loins.

Pains in abdomen, with frequent risings.

Pressure on abdomen, esp. on stooping.

Tension across the abdomen.

Inquietude and heaviness in abdomen.

Abdominal pains, contractive and spasmodic.

Colic, resembling pains of labour, sometimes with pains in loins.

Feeling of coldness, as if a cold fluid passed through intestines; during menses.

Lancinations throughout the abdomen.

Inertia and coldness in abdomen.

Dropsical swelling of abdomen.

Drawing and shootings (and painful bloatedness) in groins.


Bitter or acid taste.

Unpleasant taste in mouth, as from derangement of stomach.

Putrid, sweetish taste, or as of blood in mouth.


Strong desire for sugar or acids.

Disgust for brown bread, which lies heavy on stomach.


Great inflation of abdomen, esp. after a meal.

Colic renewed after each meal.

Nausea to such a degree as to cause loss of consciousness, sometimes during a meal.

Anxious nausea, with inclination to vomit, esp. after a meal, or after mental emotion.

Vomiting of food and acid matter, with prostration of strength, as if about to faint.

Nocturnal vomiting of food.

Fulness in stomach, esp. after a meal.

Contractive cramps in stomach, renewed by all kinds of food and drink, or else at night, with vomiting.

Milk and warm food are unsuitable.

During a meal, sleepiness.

After a meal, drowsiness, paleness of face, shivering, headache, ill-humour, nausea, sour risings, and pyrosis, colic, inflation of abdomen and flatulency.

After taking hot food (pastry or soup), pinchings and uneasiness in abdomen.


Abundant production and incarceration of flatus.

Incarceration of flatulence, with colic.

Restricted or excessive emission of flatus, sometimes preceded by pressive pain in rectum.


Nausea from mental emotions.

Nausea, as if he would faint; also with anxiety.

Nausea during pregnancy.


Frequent risings.

Sour risings and regurgitation.

Burning acidity rising from stomach, with spasmodic constriction.

Feeling in stomach as if cut to pieces.

Constant feeling as if stomach were full of water, wobbling on motion.

Pressure in stomach like a heaviness after eating.

Sensation as of a lump in stomach the size of the fist.


Retching in evening (for several evenings).

Pressure on epigastrium.

Tension above stomach.

Pinching, digging, and shooting in stomach.

Lancinations in epigastrium and in hypochondria, which suspend respiration.

Pulsations in epigastrium.

Extreme sensitiveness of epigastrium.

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