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Picricum Acidum - Abdomen symptoms - Clarke

Picric Acid, Trinitrophenol, Ammonium Picrate, Ammon. Pic, Acidum picrinicum, Picrinicum adicum, Acidum Picricum, Pic-ac.

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HPUS indication of Picricum Acidum: Weakness

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

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Sticking through hepatic region, agg. in muscles.

Liver full of fat granules (in animals poisoned with Pic. ac.).

Tendency to jaundice.

Fulness of abdomen.

Crawling stinging.

Pain in abdomen all forenoon, with slight headache.

Pain in neck of bladder.

Sticking backward through l. umbilical region.

Sharp pain l. side of umbilicus.

Shooting, wandering pain in region of coccyx, bladder, rectum, and umbilicus, caused by wind.

Sharp pain in r. iliac region, above ovary at 11 p.m., with soreness on pressure.

Pain in lower part of large intestines; in l. groin on walking, agg. ascending stairs.

Occasional sensation of giving way in hypogastrium all day.

Vacant and sore feeling in hypogastric region.


Appetite great in evening; increased, then lost; lost; lost for breakfast.

Thirst great, with bitter taste; unquenchable, for cold water.


Aversion to food; at noon.


Rumbling in small intestines; at 7 a.m. on waking, with colic; with crampy pain and flatus.

Emission of flatus; during the day; in evening.

Pain in abdomen on waking, with strong erections, and on moving emission of much flatus.




Eructations empty; sour, of gas and ingesta; bitter after breakfast.


Sharp pain in epigastric region; when eating breakfast.

Oppression of epigastric region.

Weight in pit of stomach, with ineffectual desire to eructate.

Faint feeling in epigastrium most of the time.

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