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Tabacum - Abdomen symptoms - Clarke

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HPUS indication of Tabacum: Sea sickness

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

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Hepatic pain, when pressing on the part.

Hepatic and renal regions sensitive to pressure.

Pressure in hepatic region, as from a heavy body.

Shooting in hepatic region.

Shootings in the l. hypochondrium.

Great sensitiveness of abdomen to slightest touch.

Painful distension of abdomen.

Pressive pains in abdomen, esp. in umbilical region, with spasmodic retraction of that part.

Violent burning in abdomen, horrible pains, must shriek.

Nocturnal tearings in abdomen.

Pinchings and borborygmi in abdomen.

Incarcerated hernia.


Mawkish and clammy, or bitter and sour taste.

Acidulated taste of water, as if it contained wine.

Adipsia, and dread of water.

Great thirst; agg. at night.

Absence of hunger and appetite.


Squeezing, contractive cramps in stomach, sometimes after a meal, often accompanied by nausea, and an accumulation of saliva in mouth.

Acid taste of all food.


Frequent nausea, esp. during movement, often inducing syncope, with deadly paleness of face, disappearing generally in open air.

Constant hunger, with nausea if nothing is eaten.


Uncovering abdomen amel. nausea and vomiting.

Nausea, with inclination to vomit, sensation of coldness in stomach, or pinchings in abdomen.

Vomiting of water only, with yellow and greenish reflection before eyes.

Vomiting of acid serum, often mixed with mucus.

Violent vomiting; easy, of sour liquid; watery, insipid, sometimes bitter in morning.

The vomiting is renewed by the slightest movement.


Frequent empty and noisy risings.

Sour, burning risings.


Spasmodic hiccough.


Shootings in the scrobiculus, which pass through back.

Relaxation, and sensation of coldness or burning in stomach.

Sinking at the pit of stomach.

Dreadful faint feeling in stomach.

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