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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Kalmia Latifolia in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL
Stool normal, but followed by burning in the anus (ninth day),
Excessive burning in the anus after stool; stools hard (seventh day); stool this morning very hard and large, so that it was voided with difficulty; after stool, excessive burning in ano (eighth day),
Inclination to go to stool, in the forenoon (fourth day),
A soft stool, early in the morning, followed by a diarrhoea, which lasted two hours, and another soft stool the same forenoon (fourth day),
Two soft stools, and an evacuation of wind, in the forenoon (fifth day),
Easily discharged, as if smoothed over, pappy stool, followed by pressing in the rectum,
Constipation (ninth and tenth days),
Constipation so obstinate at this time, that the provings was discontinued for thirteen days, during which the constipation subsided,
An attempt at stool was unsuccessful, the stool being too large to pass, in the morning; passed with great difficulty, at 10 A.M. (eleventh day),
No stool the first day; scanty stool, in the morning (third day); looseness of the bowels, at noon, after the stool in the morning; stools less frequent (third day),≡ more ...