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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Natrum Sulphuricum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Painful sensitiveness of the hepatic region to the touch, during a walk, or to a sudden jar.
Stitches in the region of the liver while walking in the open air.
Throbbing, tension, and lancinations in hepatic region.
Shootings in l. hypochondrium (while walking in the open air).
Pains as from a bruise in abdomen, at night, with pains in loins; the patient is awakened by pains, which are insupportable, except when lying on side.
Transient burning, passing over different parts of abdomen, in evening.
Painful digging in abdomen during menses, in evening, followed by thirst.
Contractive pain in abdomen, extending to chest, with tightness of breath, and subsequent diarrhoea.
Distension, burning, and shootings in groins.
Stitch from the left groin to the axilla.
Inflammation of r. groin; typhlitis.
Pinching in abdomen with sensation as if bowels were distended.
Pinching in whole abdomen, with rumbling, shifting and subsequent diarrhoea.
Rumbling borborygmi, and movements in abdomen.
Piercing pain in r. flank.
Beating in stomach, with nausea.
Burning thirst for very cold drinks, esp. in the evening; agg. after violent exercise.
Frequent expulsion of offensive flatus (in the morning, after meals, and with the loose stools).
Want of appetite, and repugnance to food.
Head confused, and eyes clouded, during a meal.
After a meal, sweat on face, oppression of chest, and accumulation of water in mouth, with inclination to vomit.
Painful accumulation of flatus.
Flatulent colic, with pinching in abdomen; agg. before breakfast; amel. in afternoon by emission of flatulence.
Flatulent colic; accumulation and difficult emission of flatulence.
Incarceration of flatulence.
Nausea, with lancination in eyes.
Vomiting of salt or acidulated water, or of acid mucus (preceded by giddiness), followed by great dejection, and burning pains in head.
Frequent hiccough; in evening; after eating bread-and-butter.
Qualmishness before eating.
Water-brash, in evening.
Fulness in stomach, descending to chest, with obstructed respiration, in bed, in evening.
Boring pains in stomach, as if it would be perforated, or burning and pinching in morning after rising; amel. after breakfast.≡ more ...