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Ruta Graveolens - Abdomen symptoms - Clarke

Rue, Bitterwort, Herb of Grace, Ruta.

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HPUS indication of Ruta Graveolens: Bruised feeling

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



Gnawing pressure in hepatic region.

Gnawing and eating pain about navel.

Sick feeling in abdomen followed by soft stools.

Pulsation and pricking in l. hypochondrium.

Painful swelling of spleen.

Pain in abdomen as from a bruise, with digging in lumbar region.

Pressive pinchings in hypogastrium.

Incisive pinchings in sides of abdomen.

Shooting pains, which pass into abdomen, when sitting down.

Sensation of coldness or of heat, and burning sensation in abdomen.

Gnawing in abdomen.

Colic with burning or gnawing pain.

Colic as from worms (in children).

Lancinations in muscles of abdomen, which compel retraction of abdomen. 13. Stool and Rectum.

Difficult faeces, as from inactivity of rectum (or impaction following mechanical injuries), evacuated only with straining.

Constipation alternating with mucous, frothy stools.

Faeces scanty, hard, knotty, like sheep-dung.

Slimy diarrhoea alternately with constipation.

(Chronic and obstructed diarrhoea.)

R. T. C.).

Frequent want to evacuate, with scanty but soft evacuations.

Ineffectual want to evacuate, with prolapsus recti.

Prolapse of rectum immediately on attempting a passage; from slightest stooping; after confinement; frequent unsuccessful urging.

Prolapsus recti at every evacuation (whether hard or soft stool).

Discharge of blood with stool.

When sitting, tearing stitches in rectum.

Pruritus ani with smooth appearance of skin round anus.

R. T. C.).

Tearing in rectum and urethra when not urinating.


Violent thirst for cold water in afternoon.

Disgust at first mouthful with a sensation of fulness and satiety in abdomen, although the appetite is good.


Empty risings or with the taste of food.

Vomiting, even of food.

Pains in stomach after having eaten uncooked or indigestible food.

Mawkish and dry taste of food, like wood.

Sudden nausea when eating, with vomiting of food.

Pains in stomach after eating bread, or crude and indigestible food.


Nausea felt in rectum.

Nausea at pit of stomach.


Hiccough when smoking.

Putrid risings after eating meat.

Risings like those of hysterical women.

Pinchings in stomach after eating bread.

Gnawing (sensation as from emptiness or hunger), burning, or pressive pains in stomach.

Tearing shootings in epigastrium.

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