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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Kreosotum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Shooting and pressive pains in hepatic region.
Sensation of fulness, and pain as from contusion, in liver.
Pressure in region of spleen; the spot is painful to external pressure, esp. when sitting down soon after rising from bed in morning.
Pain, as from ulceration, in abdomen, when breathing and moving; the pains sometimes hinder sleep during night.
Painful sensation of coldness in abdomen, with too scanty emission of urine.
Contractive pain in abdomen, even at night, towards morning, with a sensation as if there were a hard compact mass in umbilical region.
Shootings in abdomen, sometimes extending to sexual parts.
Colic, resembling labour pains, sometimes with frequent want to make water (which is finally emitted in small quantities and hot), ill-humour and irascibility, shiverings after the attack, and sometimes also a milky discharge from the vagina.
Keen appetite, esp. for meat; craves smoked meats.
Dares not remain fasting (agg. fasting).
Water after it is swallowed tastes bitter.
Sickly taste in mouth.
Entire loss of appetite, sometimes with pale and flaccid tongue, accumulation of saliva in mouth, and burning thirst.
Inflation and tension of abdomen (as after a copious meal), sometimes with shortness of breath.
Stomach weak, cannot digest, food is immediately rejected, or vomited undigested some hours after eating.
Cold food agg.; warm food amel.
Bitter taste, esp. in throat, and when swallowing food.
(Obstinate flatus in old abdominal disease.)
Risings of flatus and sour regurgitations.
Nausea, with inclination to vomit, salivation, and shivering over whole body, or with a burning sensation in mouth.
Retching, esp. when fasting in morning, as during pregnancy, and sometimes with vomiting of water and of mucus, dryness of nose, heat and pressive pain in forehead, thirst, and coldness in hands and feet.
Vomiting of sweetish water, when fasting in morning.
Vomiting; with dreadful burning at chest.
Greedy drinking followed by vomiting; great thirst.
Frequent and violent eructations.
Oppression of stomach, and of epigastrium, which renders the pressure of clothing insupportable.
Hardness in epigastric region, with painful sensibility to touch.
Pulsation in region of stomach, extending to all the upper part of body, esp. when in motion.≡ more ...