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Agaricus Muscarius - Abdomen symptoms - Hahnemann

Amanita, Toad Stool, Bug Agaric, Agaric, Amanita Muscaria, Agar.

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HPUS indication of Agaricus Muscarius: Numbness
Agaricus Muscarius
Common symptoms: Numbness, Headache, Itching.

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



Want of appetite for eating, but for drinking.

No appetite for eating, but for drinking.

No taste for bread.

Great hunger but no appetite, also in the morning.

Toward evening he is suddenly seized with a ravenous hunger, with perspiration over the whole body, great weariness and trembling of the limbs.

After eating retching in the oesophagus and pressure in the stomach.

After supper, feverish shuddering.

Frequent eructation of mere air, as if from a deranged stomach (aft. ½ h.).

Eructation with qualmishness in the stomach (aft. 3 h.).

Eructation with the taste of the ingesta, early in the morning.


Pressure in the stomach with inclination for stool.

Pressure at the cardiac orifice.

Pressive pain in the region of the upper left border of the stomach, both while standing and walking (aft. 2 h.).

Oppressive heaviness in the stomach.

Pressure in the scrobiculus cordis (1st and 9th d.).

Pressure in the scrobiculus cordis, extending to the sternum.

Tensive pain in the stomach, extending to the left clavicle when respiring deeply, toward evening (on 9th d.).

Spasmodic drawing in the region of the scrobiculus cordis, extending to the chest, toward evening (on 9th d.).

Spasmodic colicky cutting in the abdomen like cramps of the stomach, immediately under the diaphragm back toward the spine, while sitting (aft. 1 ½ h.).

In the hypochondria on the left side of the last true rib, a pressive pain returning momentarily with a sensation on the corresponding spot on the right side as if there were a pain from an old Gun Powder gun-shot wound (aft. 2 h.).

Acute throbbing pain under the left hypochondria, which often extends up to the third and fourth rib, in the afternoon (on 8th d.).

Dull pressure in the spleen in the evening in bed while lying, on the left side, diminished by turning on the right side.

Stitches under the short ribs on the left side during inspiration and especially while bending forward in sitting.

In the region of the liver, sharp stitches as from needles.

Dull stitches in the liver during inspiration.

Violent pain in the abdomen (aft. 4 h.).

Painful pressure in the lumbar region (aft. 2 h.).

Violently pressive pain in the region of the left kidney, at night, disturbing the sleep (on 12th d.).

Troublesome fulness of the whole abdomen, making sitting and breathing difficult.

Inflated abdomen.

Sensation of writhing in the abdomen.

Writhing pain in the abdomen.

Pinching in the abdomen.

Pinching under the navel with distention of the abdomen.

Violent pinching of the abdomen with diarrhoea-like stools.

Pinching and cutting in the epigastrium, in the evening (on 9th d.).

Cutting in the umbilical region (aft. 2 h.).

Cutting pains in the abdomen, without stools.

Cutting in the abdomen, as from incipient diarrhoea, in the evening.

Cutting in the abdomen as after a purgative, followed by a fluid stool with diminution of the pains (on 2d d.).

Sensation in the abdomen as if diarrhoea were setting in.

Dull and very painful stitches at the superior anterior process of the iliac bones.

A stitch on the right side next to the spine in the region of the right kidney (aft. ½ h.).

Simple pains in the inguinal region.

Pain as from a sprain on the left side of the groin, only while walking (aft. 4 ½ h.).

Troublesome itching of the hypogastrium with goose-skin, it lasts almost the whole night and only ceases in the morning after perspiration.

Growling, rumbling and rolling about in the abdomen.

Loud growling in the abdomen early in the morning (on 2d d.).

Loud rumbling in the belly (aft. ½ h.).

Clucking in the epigastrium.

Loud gurgling in the bowels, deep down.

Loud painless din, like far off thunder, in the belly, with a sensation as if a stool were coming, in the evening.


Great desire for food, often bordering on a ravenous appetite (4th-8th d.).

For several days he suddenly gets hungry, when he swallows his food hastily and with great eagerness.

Increased appetite toward evening, he feels as if he could not be satiated; and he swallows his food hastily and eagerly, as if ravenous (aft.! h.).

After dinner, pressure in the pit of the stomach with painful drawing and pressure in the eyeballs, distaste for work and indolent disposition (on 10th d.).

Nausea immediately after a meal, alleviated by eructations.

Pain in the region of the hypochondria and of the scrobiculus cordis as if the viscera of the chest were being pressed in, more violent after meals.

Pressure and fulness of the abdomen, after moderately eating of light food.


Empty eructation.

Eructation with the taste of the ingesta.


After breakfast, pressure in the pit of the stomach, which in the afternoon passes over into a burrowing in the epigastrium, which in the evening passes off with the discharge of flatus (on 16th d.).

Cutting, with flatus moving about in the bowels and distention of the abdomen, only for a short time alleviated by eructations and the discharge of flatus (aft. 1 h.).

Flatus moves audibly to and fro in the abdomen.

Restlessness in the abdomen as if urging to stool, with the passage of frequent flatus with hardly any smell.

Passage of much flatus.

Passage of flatus with sensation as in diarrhoea.

Frequent passage of fetid flatus.

Flatus smelling of garlic.

When flatus passes, itching in the rectum (on 6th d.).


A sense of nausea, rising even into the mouth.

Nausea soon after taking the medicine.

Nausea with colicky pains.


Nausea and inclination to vomit (aft. 2 h.).

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