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DIGESTIVE #4 7X
HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS (golden seal) Some symptoms of Hydrastis are burning pain in the umbilical region, flatulent colic with faintness, sharp pain in the spleen region, gurgling in ileocecal region, weak digestion with debility, stomach ulcers with emaciation, and vomiting nearly everything eaten. The materia medicas also list this remedy for use against stomach and colon cancer.
ANACARDIUM ORIENTALE (marking nut) Digestive symptoms include great emptiness in the stomach with weakness and irritability, gnawing hunger, desire to nibble, hypoglycemia—worse from fasting or missing a meal, indigestion and pain that is worse when the digestion of the last meal is complete and lasts until the next meal is taken, eating temporarily relieves all discomfort, constipation, headache worse by mental exertion and is made better by eating. The headache comes with optical illusions, flashing lights, and halos.
CONDURANGO (condor plant) Condurango is a fairly recent treatment for stomach ailments with symptoms such as ulceration, vomiting of food, constant burning pain, and stricture of the esophagus with burning pains behind the sternum where food seems to stick. Condurango is also a treatment for skin ailments and for relationship issues.
PULSATILLA NIGRICANS (windflower) This remedy has a very clear emotional picture. Symptoms in the digestive realm include painful distended abdomen with loud rumblings and abdominal colic from eating ices, fruits, pastries, fat and greasy things. Other symptoms include a bitter taste that diminishes the enjoyment of all foods, heavy feeling in the stomach, and vomiting of food that was eaten long before.
IPECACUANHA (ipecac root) Cramps with nausea and vomiting, nausea from the smell of food with violent hunger when nausea is over, violent cramping pains, gastroenteritis, and nausea not better for vomiting. The most outstanding keynote of Ipecacuanha is continual, persistent nausea.