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Sulphuricum Acidum - Abdomen symptoms - Clarke

Sulphuric Acid, Sulph-ac, Sulfuricum Sulphuricum Acidum, Sulfuricum acidum, Acidum Sulphuricum, Acid Sulph, Sul-ac.

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



Lancinations in spleen.

Spleen enlarged hard and painful; hurts when coughing; after intermittent fever.

Stitches in liver and spleen.

Shootings in the hepatic region.

Shooting in loins.

Colic in abdomen, like labour pains, extending into hips and loins.

Movements, gripings, and pinchings in abdomen, sometimes at night.

Sensation of heat in umbilical region.

Jerking throughout hypogastrium, esp. at surface.

Throbbing, tearings, and shootings, in inguina.

Smarting in inguinal region.

Inguinal hernia, much protruded.

Flatulent colic in the hypogastrium, with grumbling and borborygmi, and sensation as if a hernia were about to descend.

Weak feeling as if menses would appear.


Putrid taste.

Bread has a bitter taste, and is heavy on stomach.

Bulimy, with rumbling and borborygmi in abdomen.

Desire for fresh fruits (plums); brandy.

Loss of appetite and great debility.

All drinks chill the stomach, if a little spirit is not added to them.


Vomiting, first of water, then of food.

Conium Mac Con traction in stomach and scrobiculus (agg. from hard food).

After eating; pain in stomach and rising of food by mouthfuls.

After warm food, sweat.

After a meal, agitation, gripings, and digging in abdomen, or excessive inflation of stomach.

Cold perspiration, immediately after hot food.


Lassitude and flatulence after drinking milk.


Nausea in the stomach, with shivering.


Vomiting of drunkards.

Chronic alcoholism, vomiting in morning; acidity of stomach; burning in oesophagus and stomach; sour, acrid or foul eructations.


Empty or bitter risings.

Acid, bitter, salt, or else sweetish regurgitations.

Sour eructations, violent heartburn.

Violent hiccough.


Very painful sensitiveness of region of stomach.

The water (or every drink) causes cold of the stomach; if not mixed with some alcoholic liquor.

Fulness and pressure in stomach.

A contracting sensation in stomach in evening, as from a chill.

Cuttings round stomach.

Sensation of coldness or burning in stomach.

Cold, relaxed feeling in stomach.

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