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Magnesia Muriatica - Abdomen symptoms - Clarke

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



After each dose burning in pit of stomach, spreading to throat; if she has waterbrash it disappears.

Fermentation in abdomen.

Tension and shooting in hepatic region.

Affections of r. hypochondrium; inner region of liver.

Congestion of l. lobe of liver.

Burning in r, hypochondrium, up to r. scapula; when putting foot forward in walking.

Aching pains in liver, also when walking, or pressing the part, agg. lying on r. side.

Hardness and tightness of abdomen.

Violent and constant distension of abdomen, with constipation.

Painful hardness of abdomen, and esp. of r. side.

Cramp-like pains in abdomen, esp. in evening, and sometimes followed by leucorrhoea.

Tearing in abdomen.

Dragging down from region of r. ovary to thigh.

Cuttings, pinchings, and acute drawing in abdomen.

Stinging shootings in the muscles of the abdomen.

Colic (in the evening) in hysteric persons, extending to thighs, followed by fluor albus.


Frequent thirst.

Violent thirst (3 a.m.).

Hunger, without knowing what is wanted.

Poor appetite, with bad taste in mouth.

Desire for dainties.


Regurgitation of food, while walking.

Violent hiccough during and after dinner, which = pain in stomach.


Movings about in epigastric region, then in lower abdomen, amel. by emission of flatus, forenoon.


Increased hunger, followed by nausea.

Nausea, esp. in morning, on first rising.

Frequent nausea with fainting, day and night.

Constant nausea, earthy colour of face and nervous excitability, with tendency to shed tears.

Aching in stomach, with nausea.

Bulimy and craving in stomach, followed by nausea.


Sensation as if a ball were ascending from abdomen into oesophagus; amel. by eructations.

Eructations tasting like rotten eggs, like onions.

Tension, and pain as from ulceration, and as from a bruise in stomach, with excessive sensitiveness to touch.

Throbbing in pit of stomach.

Heat in stomach.

Painful commotion in stomach, when walking and in the act of planting the foot.

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