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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Pepsi in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
A proteolytic ferment found in the gastric juice. The Pepsin in general use is extracted from the stomach of the pig.
Pepsin. has been supposed to act purely as a digestive, but recent discoveries in regard to the action of the sarcodes makes this now scarcely tenable. Pepsin. may digest the contents of the stomach.
but, like the secretions of other glands, it will in all probability act also, by its specific affinity, on the secretory tissues of the stomach itself.
Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Pepsi
Iris > relationships
Compare: Iris Florentina - Oris-root - (delirium, convulsions, and paralysis); Iris Factissima (headache and hernia); Iris Germanica - Blue Garden Iris - (dropsy and freckles); Iris Tenax - I. minor (dry mouth; deathly sensation at point of stomach, Pain in ileo-caecal region; appendicitis. Pains from adhesions after). Pancreatinum - a combination of several enzymes - (Indicated in intestinal indigestion; pain an hour or more after eating. Lienteric diarrhoea. Dose - 3-5 grains, better not given during the active period of stomachic digestion). Pepsinum - (Imperfect digestion with pain in gastric region. Marasmus of children who are fed on artificial foods. Diarrhoea due to indigestion. Dose - 3-4 grains) ( Diseases of pancreas, gout, diabetes); Ipec.; Podophy.; Sanguin.; Ars.; Ant. Cr.