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Alumina - Abdomen symptoms - Clarke

Oxide of Aluminum, Argilla, Aluminium Oxydatum, Aluminum Alum.


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HPUS indication of Alumina: Constipation

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


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ABDOMEN

Abdomen

Painful sensibility of the liver on stooping, followed sometimes by shooting pains.

Colic whenever the body is exposed to a chill.

Cutting pains, chiefly in the morning.

Flatulent colic.

The colic is ameliorated by heat applied externally.

Painter's colic.

Protrusion and incarceration of inguinal hernia.

Appetite

Sweetish taste, or a taste of blood in the mouth.

Rough taste, astringent, or bitter and insipid.

Bulimy.

Irregular appetite; at one time too strong, at another too weak.

Craving, with want of appetite.

Desire for hot drinks.

Desire for vegetables, for fruits, and spoon meats.

All irritating things immediately start cough.

Eating

Colic with drawing pains, principally in the evening, or at night, or after dinner.

Food appears insipid, esp. in the evening, and principally bread and meat.

Distaste for animal food.

Appetite for dry foods; for starch; chalk; clean white rags; Carbo Veg charcoal; cloves; acids; coffee or tea grounds; dry rice.

Nausea

Nausea, with faintness.

After having eaten, and chiefly in the evening, hiccough, pressure in the stomach and abdomen, distaste, nausea, and lassitude.

Potatoes excite nausea and bitter eructations.

Vomiting

Frequent nausea and inclination to vomit, chiefly when speaking, when re-entering the room after walking, and in the morning.

Stomach

Eructations, sour and acrid, and pyrosis.

Chronic tendency to eructation.

Frequent eructations.

Pressure in the stomach, chiefly in the evening and after eating.

Contraction and constriction in the region of the stomach, often as far as the throat and breast, and sometimes with difficult respiration.

Pain, as from excoriation, in the pit of the stomach and in the hypochondria, principally on turning the body in bed, or on stooping.

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