Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sanguinaria Nitrica in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Hot streaming from breast towards liver.
Sensation as if hot water poured itself from breast into abdomen, followed by diarrhoea.
Dull burning in r. hypochondrium and chest.
Awoke with severe pain in region of spleen.
Violent stitches in spleen.
Pain in l. hypochondrium; agg. by coughing, amel. by pressure and lying on l. side.
Colic, with torpor of liver.
Beating and spasms in abdomen.
R. T. C.).
Beating in abdomen.
Induration in abdomen.
Cutting bellyache from r. to l. of iliac fossa, thence to rectum.
Throbbing in abdomen.
Shooting pains through bowels extending to lower limbs, afternoon.
Knife-thrusts in abdomen followed by watery stools.
Cramp extending from place to place.
Craving for he knows not what, with loss of appetite; wants piquant, spiced things.
Loss of appetite with great weakness of digestion.
Aversion to butter, which leaves a sweetish taste.
Sugar tastes bitter and = burning.
Sweet things agg., = burning.
R. T. C.).
Soon after eating feels empty; difficult breathing, nausea, waterbrash, lassitude almost to fainting, cold sweat to 12 p.m., after a little food.
If goes without food, gets bilious headaches (keynote.)
(Flatus, cough and sneezing.)
Flatulent distension of abdomen, evening, with escape of flatus from vagina (the os uteri being dilated).
Spasmodic eructation of flatus.
Extreme nausea with great salivation and constant spitting.
Nausea with headache, and with chill and heat.
Frequent fetid eructations with disposition to vomit and pale face.
Nausea, which is not amel. by vomiting.
Vomiting preceded by anxiety.
Vomiting of bitter water; of sour, acrid fluids of ingesta; of worms; with craving to eat in order to quiet the nausea.
Vomiting and diarrhoea.
Burning in stomach, with headache.
Inflammation of stomach.
Sensation of emptiness in stomach soon after eating (faint, feverish feeling).
Soreness and pressure in epigastrium; agg. after eating.
Hiccough whilst smoking.
Sudden attacks of constriction in pit of stomach as if suffocating.
Goneness with sick headache.
Jerking or jumping in stomach as if from something alive.
Neurosis of stomach.
Pain in stomach-pit extending down into bowels, causing rumbling.≡ more ...