≡ ▼

Kali Bromatum - Abdomen symptoms - T.F. Allen

Bromide Of Potash, Kali Brom, Kali-brom, Kalium Bromatum, Kalium Bromicum, Kali-br.

Available in 2C-30C, 200C, 4X-30X, 1M-10M from $6.59
Purchase options
HPUS indication of Kali Bromatum: Thirst

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

Have you ever used Kali Bromatum? Yes No

< < Kali Bromatum- main page




Violent periodical pains in umbilical region, which is very sensitive to touch, without being distended (second day),

Colic-like pains in umbilical region (even after six or seven weeks),

General Abdomen.


Feeling of warmth in the abdomen,

Violent pain in the abdomen,

Pain following the course of the ascending colon,

Colic, ,

Sudden colic disturbing the rest at night,

Attacked with flatulent colic in the region of the duodenum, at 4.30 A.M. (one hour after second dose), which passed off in a watery diarrhoea during the day,


Distressing oppression of the stomach after dinner,

Appetite remains very good, patient takes his food very well, and dozes off immediately after,

Less appetite for breakfast, no appetite for dinner (fifth day),


Much flatulence (while taking the medicine),

Emission of flatulence,

Frequent emission of flatulence,

Emission of much flatulence,


Eructations without nausea (immediately),

Nausea, ; (after one hour),

Sometimes slight nausea directly after a dose, which soon disappears,

The nausea and pain in stomach were most frequent when lying on left side,


Nauseous eructations, and inclination to vomit,

Nausea and Vomiting.

Nausea and vomiting,


Repeated serous vomiting, for nearly seven hours,

Vomiting of frothy mucus,


The stomach was weak for a long time afterwards,

Some degree of gastric anxiety (after one hour),

Habitual gastralgia,

Much agony in region of stomach,

Sensation of fulness and heat in epigastric region (after a few minutes),

When taken fasting, a little pinching or constriction of the stomach (immediately),

Peculiar pressure in the epigastric region, followed at times by violent colic,

≡ more ...