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Sanguinaria Canadensis - Abdomen symptoms - Hering

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HPUS indication of Sanguinaria Canadensis: Headache
Common symptoms: Headache, Cough, Face flushed, Poison ivy.

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



Indurations in abdomen.

Cutting bellyache from right to left iliac fossa, thence to rectum.

Soreness in abdomen aggravated by eating.

Colic, with torpor of the liver.

Feeling as from hot water pouring from breast into abdomen, followed by diarrhoea.


Flatulent distention of abdomen in evening, with escape of flatus from vagina (os uteri being dilated).


Gastritis, with burning, vomiting, headache.


Heat streaming from breast toward liver.

Liver torpid; skin yellow; colic.

Violent stitches in splenetic region.

Pains in left hypochondrium, worse when coughing, better from pressure and when lying on left side.


Soreness and pressure in epigastrium, aggravated by eating.

Burning in stomach, with headache.

Jerking in stomach, as if from something alive.

Goneness, with sick headache.

Sudden attacks of constriction in pit of stomach, as if suffocating.

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