Accumulation of gases in the intestines
Carbo vegetabilis is a useful remedy if a person feels chilly, puffed up like a drum. The passage of gases up and down relieves the condition. Gases are collected in the intestines. Collapse with cold knees. Rancid eructations with burning. Belching relieves symptoms. Bloody diarrhea in severe cases. Burning pains in the folds of the colon. Abdomen greatly distended with gases. Offensive dark brown stools with mucus. Burning thirst, but the patient cannot stand water.
China – bloating does not go away from the release of gases. The people who get the most benefit from this remedy are the big fanatics. Dark, offensive stools. Dyspepsia with flatulence. Diseases from loss of vital juices. Flatulence. Diarrhea from eating or drinking.
Lycopodium. These people are pretty serious. They have problems late in the day and early in the evening. Bitter or sour taste with flatulence. Abdomen greatly distended with gases. Gases collect in the stomach. Belching of sour taste. Flatulence and fermentation in the intestines, with diarrhea. Constipation with ineffectual urging.
A large amount of feces remains in the intestine after stool. Ascites. Cirrhosis of the liver. Gases press on the diaphragm. Profuse red urinary sediment in dyspepsia. Excessive appetite followed by bloating. Terrible pain in back before urinating.
Nux vomica. Flatulence. Sour taste in the mouth in the morning. Fullness in stomach after eating. Gas presses on the bladder. Constipation with ineffectual urging.
Sulphur. Flatulence. Accumulation of gases in the sigmoid colon in the left groin. Sour and bitter taste in the mouth.
Arsenicum album. A strong burning sensation causes the patient to constantly change position. Better from warmth.
Graphites. After eating, the stomach is distended with gases. Colic, cramps and burning pain in the stomach. Dyspnea at night, better by eating. Gastralgia relieved by eating (Petroleum. Chelidonium. Anacardium). The taste of eggs in the mouth in the morning. Worse from meats (Pulsatilla, Ferrum). Distension of the abdomen, with congestion of blood to the head. Constipation. Mucus stool (Cascarilla).
Aloe. Violent rumbling in abdomen before stool.
Hydrocyanic acid. Intense pain in stomach and intestines, with great flatulence. Worse afternoon and evening. Pain in the intestines with bloating. Spasms of the muscles of the back and jaws. Sunken eyes. Blindness. Prolonged insomnia. Strong anxiety.
Cholera with marbled coldness of body. Better outdoors and coffee. Asphyxia. Involuntary stool. Blueish skin tone. Hiccup. Prostration.
Chelidonium. Pain from the right hypochondrium extends under the right shoulder blade.
Momordica balsam. Accumulation of gases in the splenic flexure of the colon.
Natrium sulphuricum. Violent rumbling in the intestines, as from flatulence.
Podophyllum. Rumbling in ascending colon.
Chamomilla. Restlessness and tearing pains in the abdomen. Rushing about. Can’t find a place.
Belladonna. Heartburn when smoking. Cough and great thirst after eating. After beer internal heat. Nausea after breakfast. Vomiting in the evening. Unsuccessful attempts to pull out. Aversion with inclination to vomit before eating. Vomiting of mucus and bile.
Strong thirst compels to drink a huge amount of water. Vomiting and profuse sweating. Loss of appetite after smoking. He wants thin soup and bread and butter.
Pain in the right iliac region is worse from slight touches, even from touching the bed. Flatulence increases from the slightest concussion. Lack of thirst. Thirst in the evening, but all drinks are disgusting.
Bitter belching after eating. Burning, sour belching and retching. Belching and dizziness. Vertigo and flushes of heat. Vomiting of undigested food.
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