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Nitricum Acidum - Abdomen symptoms - Clarke

Nitric Acid, Nit-ac, Nit ac, Acidum nitricum, Acid Nit, Nit-ac.

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HPUS indication of Nitricum Acidum: Dry cough

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



Stitches in hepatic region, agg. from motion.

Tensive pressure and shootings in the l. hypochondrium.

Pains in the abdomen, like those which follow a chill.

Excessive inflation of abdomen, also in morning.

Frequent pinchings and incisive pains in abdomen (esp. in morning in bed).

Pain, as from ulceration, in the lower part of the abdomen.

Shootings in abdomen, esp. when touched.

Inguinal hernia, even in children.

Swelling and suppuration of inguinal glands.

Tendency to suffer from a chill in abdomen (colic from cold).

Borborygmus as if a boiler was working in abdomen.

(Sensation in abdomen like machinery working.).

Rumbling and borborygmi in abdomen.


Loss of appetite.

Milk is not digested.

Bitter taste in mouth, esp. after eating.

Complaints agg. while eating; from abuse of Merc Viv Mercury.

Sour taste., with burning in throat.

Sweetish taste in mouth.

Violent thirst even in morning, on rising.

Dislike to meat, and things sweetened with sugar.

Sharp hunger, with disgust to life.

Difficulty in digesting milk.


After a meal, fulness in stomach, lassitude with heat, sweat, and palpitation of heart from least movement, or nausea, risings, flatulency, headache with vomiting, sleep, anguish, &c.

Bitter and sour vomitings, with frequent risings (after a meal).

Stomach and abdomen tense after a moderate meal, clothes seem too tight.

Pain in cardia, on passing of food into stomach.

Craving for earth, chalk, lime, or fat food, and herring.

Nausea from fat food.

Sweat, during and after a meal.

After drinking, during a meal, pain, as from excoriation in throat, oesophagus, and stomach, or else colic.


Accumulation of flatus in abdomen.

Incarceration of flatus (in upper abdomen), esp. morning and evening.


Nausea after eating with heaviness and dulness of head.


Inclination to vomit.

Frequent nausea, and inclination to vomit, often attended by anguish, trembling, and shivering.

Repugnance to bread, which leaves a sour taste, and causes vomiting.


Sour risings.


Water-brash, after drinking quickly.


Aching of stomach.

Burning, or sensation of coldness in stomach.

Cramp in stomach.

Lancinations in epigastrium.

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