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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Coffea Cruda in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Movings about the abdomen, as if necessitating a stool.
Fulness in the abdomen, with some griping pain, after supper.
Fulness of the abdomen, after a walk in the open air,
Jerking stitches in the side of the abdomen, with every expiration (after a quarter of an hour),
Colic, as if the abdomen would burst asunder,
Colic and diarrhoea (in large doses, fasting),
Sticking, extending out at the abdominal ring, as in inguinal hernia,
While eating bread, soon after a moderate meal, and extremely painful pressure in the left side of the epigastric region,
Great hunger before dinner; eager, hasty eating,
Diminished appetite; at supper the food tasted good, still he had no appetite and no hunger (after eight hours),
Very long-continued loss of appetite, and aversion to food, drink, and tobacco, with nausea and salt taste in the mouth, although food has no unusual or unpleasant taste (after two hours),
Eructations tasting of the food, from noon till evening,
Fermentation in the abdomen and passage of much flatus, the whole day (after four hours),
Passage of much flatus.
Frequent and easy passage of flatus during the first hour after taking Coffea Tosta Coffea, but after twelve hours difficult, scanty, short, interrupted emission of flatus, and constant urging to pass it on account of disturbance in the abdomen,
Frequent and profuse passage of almost odorless flatus,
Pressure in the abdomen, as from incarcerated flatus,
Constant painful pressure in both sides of the abdomen, in the morning, in bed, also extending into the abdominal rings, as though a hernia would protrude, without distension of the abdomen; passage of some flatus relieves for only a moment,
Fermentation in the abdomen, followed by vomiting; soon afterwards repeated vomiting for the second and third time,
Easy contraction of the gastric and intestinal muscles,
An unpleasant sensation beneath the stomach, followed by distension and dull pain.
Tension across the stomach and hypochondria.
Sensation of pressure in the pit of the stomach at various times during the day; the clothes seemed too tight, and she was obliged to loosen them,
Stitches in the pit of the stomach, combined with pressure; after a few hours painless distension and swelling of the pit of the stomach,
Nausea and vomiting
Nausea in the morning.
Nausea in the afternoon about 5 o'clock; he became weak, was obliged to sit down, followed by inclination to vomit,
Nausea, as if in the stomach, from 8 to 9 P.M., like a faintness and vertigo; she was obliged to sit and lie down, with weariness of the limbs and some chilliness (after twenty-four hours),
Nausea and vomiting (in large doses, fasting),
While eating palatable food he became qualmish and nauseated,
Constant inclination to vomit, which seems to have its seat in the upper part of the throat,≡ more ...