Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Ammonium Carbonicum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Pressure, pain as from excoriation and burning in the hepatic region.
Piercing shootings in the liver, when seated in the evening.
Pain in the abdomen, with diarrhoea.
Pain, as from commotion in the abdomen, when walking.
Noise in the abdomen.
Elastic swelling in the groin, like flatulent hernia.
Flatulent, painful colic.
Taste of blood in the mouth.
Bitter taste, chiefly after eating, or after waking in the morning.
Inability to eat without drinking.
Great craving and appetite.
Want of appetite in the morning.
When eating, one is soon satiated.
Repugnance to milk.
Excessive desire for sugar.
Dizzy vertigo, and heat in the face when eating.
Risings, with taste of food taken.
Fulness in the stomach, chiefly after a meal, with nausea, and great tenderness at the pit of the stomach.
Acid taste of food and after having taken milk.
Metallic taste of food.
After a meal, pyrosis, with scraping in the throat, and drowsiness.
Contractive spasmodic colics, with nausea, and accumulation of water in the mouth.
Pain as from constriction in the stomach, with nausea, water-brash and chilliness amel. by pressure and by lying down).
Risings, and vomiting.
Nausea and vomiting after eating, with pressure in the pit of the stomach.
Violent sanguineous vomiting.
Sour, or empty, or abortive risings.
Sensitive painfulness of the stomach, even to the clothing.
Contractive pain in the pit of the stomach, when stretching.
Heat and sensation of burning in the stomach.
Heartburn after eating.≡ more ...