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Dulcamara - Abdomen symptoms - Clarke

Bitter-sweet, Dulcam, Dulc.

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HPUS indication of Dulcamara: Colds

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



Pains in the umbilical region.

Shooting, pinchings, and cuttings in the umbilical region, esp. at night.

Pinchings, gnawing, and sensation as if a worm were wriggling in the abdomen.

Pain in the abdomen as from the effects of cold.

Inflammatory congestion and induration of the inguinal glands, with drawing and tensive pains.

Swelling of the inguinal glands.

Dropsy of the abdomen.


Sickly and saponaceous taste in the mouth.

Bitterness in the mouth.

Burning thirst for cold drinks, generally with dryness of the tongue, joined to a more abundant secretion of saliva.

Hunger after the fever-heat.

Distension of the abdomen and epigastrium after eating moderately.


Hunger, with repugnance to all food.


Nausea, with vomiting of viscid phlegm.

Vomiting of (white) tenacious mucus (morning).


Aching in the stomach, extending to the chest.

Cramp-like contraction in the stomach, so as to suspend respiration.

Retraction of the epigastrium, with burning pain.

Sensation of inflation in the pit of the stomach, with disagreeable sensation of emptiness in the abdomen.

Retraction of the pit of the stomach, with burning pain.

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