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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Chininum Sulphuricum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
In the hypochondria, tension, aching in the precordial region.
In the hepatic region, pains sometimes increasing towards evening; aching relieved by pressure; sensation as of subcutaneous ulceration, swelling.
In the region of the spleen dull pain, dissipated by pressure; aching pain, tightness which compels the loosening of the clothes (sometimes in the two hypochondria); lancinations, swelling, with darting pains while walking, and on pressure.
Swelling and hardness of the splenic and hepatic regions, with lacinations, esp. on breathing deeply, sneezing, &c.
Pains in the superior part of the abdomen, from the stomach to the umbilical region, aggravated by pressure.
Colic in the morning near the region of the stomach.
Tearing pains in the abdomen, with frequent, small, irritable pulse.
Inflation of the abdomen, sometimes with tension, risings, and emission of wind.
Flatulent colic, meteoric swelling.
Movements in the abdomen, as if caused by diarrhoea, with emission of wind.
Great movement in the precordial region, with inflation of the abdomen.
Borborygmi in the abdomen; emission of wind.
Protracted inflammation of the mucous membrane of the intestines.
Continuous aching in the umbilical region.
Hectic fever and alienation of mind.
Risings after a meal, with pressure in the abdomen and stomach, and oppression of the chest; empty, sometimes with nausea.
Movement in the abdomen, and emission of wind, after a meal, with violent risings.
Disgust before a meal, with nausea, vomiting, cephalalgia, sleeplessness, nocturnal bulimy, diminished appetite, and tongue loaded, yellowish, dry, after a meal, with vomiting and increased bitterness in the mouth.
Pressure on the stomach with retching, borborygmi in the abdomen, and liquid stools; after every kind of food, even the lightest, causing restlessness at night; in the pit of the stomach, with diminution of appetite.
Tension of the abdomen, with pain on pressing upon it; sometimes, esp. in the evening, with incarceration of flatus, or else with emission of fetid wind.
Intestinal phthisis, with nausea, retching, want of appetite.
Nausea with risings (empty or bitter).
Nausea, with inclination to vomit.
Vomiting during an intermittent fever, with pressure on the stomach; with disgust, pyrosis, sensation of constriction in the stomach, and swelling of the abdomen, which remains many days; insipid vomiting in the afternoon.
Cardialgia (cramp in the stomach), sometimes with inclination to vomit.
Bitter hiccough and retching.
Disgust, with headache.
Fulness in the stomach, and tension of the abdomen.
Pulling pain in the oesophagus, borborygmi in the abdomen, and emission of wind.
Sensation of heat in the pit of the stomach, and the precordial region, extending to the duodenum, with empty risings.
Heat in the stomach, throughout the cardiac region, and extending to the abdomen and chest.≡ more ...