Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Berberis Vulgaris in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Cramp-like pains under the navel.
Shooting, aching pains in the hepatic region, increased by pressure.
Pressure in the region of the liver.
Burning under the skin, in the l. side of the abdomen.
Violent burning, under the skin; in l. side of abdomen.
Drawing, acute, and shooting pains in the region of the l. hypochondrium.
Sensation of tension in the groins, as if hernia were about to protrude, esp. when walking or standing.
Aching pains in the region of the inguinal glands, which are painful on being touched, as if they were going to swell.
Pain, with throbbing shootings in the groins, esp. when walking and standing, extending to the testes, the thighs, and the loins.
Varicose veins in the groins.
Thirst and dryness of the mouth.
Burning and acrid taste in the mouth and in the throat, as if from pyrosis.
Excessive appetite, almost like bulimy.
Want of appetite, with bitter, bilious taste.
Nausea and inclination to vomit before dinner.
Acid, bitter taste, esp. after a meal.
Food appears insipid.
Nausea before breakfast, better after.
Risings alternately with yawning.
Shiverings in the epigastrium.
Aching, with shooting pains in the epigastrium.
Burning, shooting pains in the stomach, sometimes extending to the pharynx.
Sticking pain in gastric region; whirling pain in.≡ more ...