Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Podophyllum Peltatum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Pain in bowels at day break better from external warmth and bending forward while lying on side; worse lying on back.
Cramp-like pain in bowels with retraction of abdominal muscles, 10 P.M., and again at 5 A.M. until 9 A.M.; lead colic.
Frequent but transient abdominal pain, during the day better from pressure.
Rumbling in ascending colon.
Pain in transverse colon 3 A.M., followed by diarrhoea.
Sharp pain in right groin, preventing motion, latter months of pregnancy.
Fulness in right hypochondrium, with flatulence, pain and soreness.
Jaundice with gall-stones; pain from region of stomach toward region of gall-bladder, with excessive nausea.
Stitches, worse while eating.
Excessive secretion of bile; great irritability of the liver.
Torpidity of liver; jaundice.
Twisting pain in right hypochondrium, with sensation of heat there.
Chronic hepatitis; costive jaundice; constantly rubbing and stroking hypochondrium with hands.
Jaundice, with hyperaemia of liver; fulness, soreness and pain; alternate constipation and diarrhoea.
Hollow sensation in epigastrium.
Stitches in epigastrium from coughing.
Stomach contracts violently during retching.
Dyspepsia after abuse of Mercurius Dulcis calomel; tongue shows teeth prints conjunctiva yellow; aching behind eyes; clayey stools.≡ more ...