Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sarsaparilla in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Contusive pain in the l. hypochondrium.
Shootings in the l. hypochondrium.
Great sensibility of the abdomen to external pressure.
Constrictive and spasmodic pains in the intestines.
Cutting pains, esp. in the umbilical region.
Shootings in sides of abdomen, esp. in l. side.
Severe tension in r. groin.
Pinching in l. groin.
Soreness in bend of r. groin on appearance of menses.
Sensation of coldness, or heat and burning sensation in abdomen.
Sensation of emptiness and borborygmi in abdomen.
Inertia of intestines.
Want of appetite.
Bitter, or acid and clammy, or else sweetish, metallic, and herbaceous taste.
Bread has a bitter taste.
After eating stomach has no sensation, feels as if he had eaten nothing.
After eating a little, distended as if he had eaten much.
agg. From warm diet, amel. from cold.
Thirst, esp. for water, also in morning.
Risings and regurgitations, esp. during and after a meal, generally bitter or sour.
Insipidity of food.
After a meal sensation of emptiness in stomach, as while fasting, or else disgust when merely thinking of what has been eaten.
Rumbling and fermenting in abdomen; expulsion of much fetid flatus.
Frequent or continued nausea, with fruitless inclination to vomit.
Drinking water = vomiting.
Belching; with diarrhoea.
Hiccough 6 p.m.
Constrictive pains in stomach.
Aching at pit of stomach.
Heat and burning sensation in stomach, esp. after eating bread.≡ more ...