Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Lilium Tigrinum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Distension of abdomen.
Dragging down of whole abdominal contents, extending even to organs of chest; must support the abdomen.
Bubbling in r. hypochondrium.
Lancinations from l. hypochondrium to crest of ilium.
Dragging downward and backward.
Sensation as if diarrhoea would come on; also passing off by urinating.
Trembling sensation in pelvis, extending down thighs.
Feeling as if menses coming on.
Grasping pains across hypogastrium amel. gentle rubbing with warm hand.
Appetite great, esp. for meat; great as if in back, extending to occiput and over vertex.
Aversion to coffee; to bread.
Thirst; then stupidity, then the severe symptoms.
Desire for sour or sweet dainties, alternating with disgust for food.
Rumbling; emission of flatus.
Nausea, with hawking of mucus.
Nausea agg. from tobacco; with inability to vomit; with pain in back; with fulness in abdomen.
Vomiting of chyme and thin yellow mucus; finally bloody.
Sensation of a lump in centre of chest; moved up and down by empty swallowing.
Sensation of a hard body rolling around in stomach, amel. at night.
Hollow, empty sensation in stomach and bowels.
Faintness at epigastrium with tasteless eructations.≡ more ...