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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Podophyllum Peltatum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Twisting in r. hypochondrium with burning.
Stitches in hypochondria, agg. while eating.
Pain in region of liver with inclination to rub the part with the hand.
Excessive secretion of bile, great irritability of liver.
Hepatitis with costiveness; tenderness and pain in region of liver.
Gall-stones and jaundice.
Abdomen swelled almost to bursting (fruit).
Abdominal plethora bloated feeling; soreness, uneasiness; amel. after stool; causing uterine troubles.
Awakened by violent pains in stomach and bowels, griping, stitching, amel. for short time by pressure; 3 a.m. (first night).
Pain in transverse colon, 3 a.m., followed by diarrhoea.
Pain in limbs at daylight, amel. by external warmth and bending forward whilst lying on side, agg. lying on back.
Heat in bowels with inclination to stool.
Woke 2 a.m. with stitches in bowels and desire to go to stool; amel. flexing thighs or abdomen.
Symptoms generally, and esp. abdominal symptoms, agg. morning, amel. evening.
Tenderness over hypogastrium.
Pain extended into lower bowels and r. ovary.
Appetite variable, at times voracious.
Great thirst for (cold water in) large quantities; Moderate thirst during fever.
Increased thirst after eating.
Desire for something sour.
Thirst towards evening.
After eating and drinking diarrhoea.
After acid fruit and milk diarrhoea.
Vomiting of milk in infants, with protrusion of anus; of food with putrid taste and odour; of thick bile and blood; of hot, frothy mucus; with congestion of pelvic viscera during pregnancy.
After breakfast and dinner burning in stomach as if caused by hot steam.
Indifference to food; loss of appetite; smell. of food = loathing.
Satiety from small quantity of food, followed by nausea and vomiting.
After eating regurgitation of food, sour; hot, sour belching; diarrhoea; vomits food an hour after, craving appetite afterwards; depression of spirits.
Fulness in r. hypochondrium, with flatulence, pain, and soreness.
Acute burning in region of pyloric orifice, with violent retching and vomiting of bile and belching of wind; constipation; after attacks, prostration; slight jaundice and persistent tenderness to touch in one spot corresponding to entrance of common bile duct into duodenum.
Biliousness; nausea and giddiness; bitter taste and risings; tendency to bilious vomiting and purging; dark urine.
Nausea distressing and extreme; with attempts to vomit; motion of gagging is made with mouth but not accompanied with retching; stomach contracts so hard and rapidly that the wrenching pain = patient to utter sharp screams; gagging or empty retching.
Nausea and vomiting with fulness in head.
Heartburn, waterbrash, heat in stomach.
Eructations smelling like rotten eggs; hot; sour.
Gagging in infantile diarrhoea.
Acidity in afternoon with unpleasant, sickly sensation in stomach.
Tender over stomach and bowels, agg. least touch or motion.
Hollow, empty, weak, sinking feeling at epigastrium; without hunger.
Stitches in epigastrium from coughing.
Dyspepsia from Mercurius Dulcis calomel, aching behind eyes, clayey stools.
Awakened by violent pains in stomach and bowels.
Heat in stomach.
Cold water agg.; it = oppression and uneasiness; small quantities of it were ejected, tasting bitter and causing much burning in oesophagus.≡ more ...