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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Magnolia Grandiflora in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Griping; with ineffectual desire for stool.
Pain in abdomen from pressure; with diarrhoea; in hypochondria, with suffocation; alternately in spleen and heart.
Contusive pain in liver and spleen, extending to stomach.
Pain in hypogastrium; in l. groin.
Lancinations in liver and spleen.
Appetite lost after vertigo; lost, with lassitude.
Nausea in morning on rising, amel. by breakfast.
Nausea as from tobacco.
Emptiness; with general lassitude, vertigo, and nausea.
Sensation as from hunger, with acidity.
Pain in stomach as from languor; with griping in intestines; extending to hypochondria; as from a blow; rapid, pulsating, and in l. side of abdomen; burning, extending to chest.≡ more ...