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Veratrum Album - Abdomen symptoms - Hering

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.



Burning in abdomen as from hot coals.

Great sinking and empty feeling.

Intussusception of bowels; great anguish; rushes about bent double, pressing the abdomen.

Cold feeling in abdomen.

Abdomen distended, very sensitive; colic.

Incarcerated hernia, not inflamed; anti-peristaltic action.

Cold sweat.

Protrusion of inguinal hernia during cough.

Cured a case of abdominal complaint going from left to right.


Colic after a cold, after abuse of quinine; from fruits and vegetables; abdomen swollen, sensitive; no flatus either way; cold sweat; with burning pain, twisting, cutting, with nausea and vomiting, worse from food; better after wind passes.

Hyperaemia of liver, with gastric catarrh, putrid taste, disgust for warm food, great pressure in hepatic region, alternating with vomiting, and diarrhoea.


Haematemesis, with slow pulse, coldness, fainting fits, cold sweat; nausea when moving or rising.


Peritonitis, with vomiting and diarrhoea, skin cold; features sunken; pulse small, weak; restless, anxious.

Diaphragmitis, with peritonitis, vomiting, coldness.


Spleen swollen. θ Intermittents.

Spasms of diaphragm during prevailing south winds, in persons with cold hands, great oppression and anxiety in chest.


Anguish in pit of stomach.

Pains coming gradually, first in epigastrium, then radiating upward and to both sides, reaching to back between lowest point of scapula becomes agonizing, then gradually subsided; shakes with cold. θ Gastrodynia.

Gastric catarrh, great weakness, cold, sudden sinking.

Chronic weakness of stomach; from dampness of climate and want of fresh air; from abuse of quinine.

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