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Veratrum Album - Abdomen symptoms - Clarke

White Hellebore, Veratrum, Ver-a, Verat.

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HPUS indication of Veratrum Album: Collapse
Common symptoms: Exhaustion, Coughs, Cramps, Vomiting, Weakness.

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



Spleen swollen.

Hyperaemia of liver with cholera-like symptoms, or with asthma.

Colic in umbilical region.

Excessively painful sensibility of the abdomen when touched.

Nocturnal pains in abdomen, with sleeplessness.

Swelling of the abdomen.

Abdomen hard and inflated.

Tension in the hypochondria and umbilical region.

Cramps in abdomen, and colic.

Colic cutting; griping and twisting, esp. about navel, amel. after stool; as if intestines were twisted in a knot; flatulent; cold sweat; agg. after eating.

Pressive, drawing pains in abdomen, when walking, in evening.

Cuttings (in abdomen) as by knives, accompanied by diarrhoea, and thirst, with flow of urine.

Burning sensation throughout abdomen, as from hot coals.

Cold feeling in abdomen.

Pain in entrails, as if they were bruised.

Inflammation of intestines.

Inguinal hernia.

Incarcerated hernia.

Protrusion of hernia during cough.

Flatulent colic, with noisy, gurgling borborygmi in abdomen.


Insipidity of the saliva in the mouth.

Bitter, bilious taste in mouth.

Water tastes bitter.

Putrid taste in mouth, like manure, also herbaceous taste.

Cooling, or sharp taste in mouth and throat, as from Mentha Piperita peppermint.

Insatiable thirst, with craving, principally for cold drinks.

Craves ice.

Raging and voracious hunger.

Hunger and thirst with profuse flow of urine.


Ardent and continued desire for acid or cool things (fruits).

Craves fruits; gherkins; citric acid; salted things; herrings; sardines.

amel. From eating meat and drinking milk.

agg. From potatoes and green vegetables.


Shaking in spleen, while walking, after a meal.

Risings with taste of food.

Violent empty risings, also after a meal.

Vomiting of food.

Pressure in scrobiculus, extending sometimes into sternum, hypochondria, and hypogastrium, esp. after a meal.

Appetite and craving for food, also in intervals between vomiting and evacuation.

Aversion to hot food.

After a meal hiccough, inclination to vomit, and regurgitation of bitter serum (of bile; of bitter substances; greenish).


Tensive pain in hypochondria as from flatulence.

The longer the flatus is retained, the greater the difficulty with which it is expelled.

Violent expulsion of flatus upwards and downwards.


Violent nausea, which frequently almost induces syncope, and generally with excessive thirst (and increased flow of urine).

Frequent or continued nausea, also in morning.

Nausea, with hunger, and pressure at the stomach, when eating.


Diaphragmatis with peritonitis, vomiting, and coldness.

While vomiting abdomen is painfully contracted.

Extreme nausea causing one to retch and strain with great violence, sometimes with vomiting, sometimes not.

Great nausea before vomiting.

Violent vomiting, with continued nausea, great exhaustion, and want to lie down, preceded by coldness of hands, with shuddering over whole body, accompanied by general heat, and followed by ebullition of blood and heat in hands.

Bitter, or sour vomiting.

Vomiting of froth and of yellowish green or white mucus; with cold sweat.

Green vomit.

Vomiting of green mucus.

Vomiting of mucus at night.

Vomiting of black bile and of blood.

Continued vomiting, with diarrhoea, and pressure in the scrobiculus.

The least drop of liquid, and the slightest movement, excite vomiting.

Painful contraction of abdomen, when vomiting.

After eating, however little may be taken, immediate vomiting and diarrhoea.


Bitter or sour risings.

Frequent and violent hiccough.

Qualmishness and salivation with closure of the jaws.


Pain in stomach, with hunger and burning thirst.

Excessive sensibility in region of stomach and scrobiculus.

Pyloric end of stomach affected (Bayes).

Pains come some minutes after eating.

R. T. C.).

Excessive anguish in pit of stomach.

Intermittent neuralgia in girl, 11, about 4 p.m. throws up quantity of wind, about 5 p.m. agonising pain sets in like knives cutting the bowels every few minutes, lasting one or two minutes; so intense that it took three or four men to hold her; attacks end by sighing (Kitching).

Painful distension of pit of stomach.

Emptiness and uneasiness in stomach.

Cramp in stomach.

Acute pains in stomach and epigastrium.

Burning sensation in pit of stomach.

Inflammation of stomach.

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