Severe pain in stomach after eating.
Distressing pain in stomach, extending to left side.
Sensation of an undigested hard-boiled egg in stomach. ~ Dyspepsia.
Continual distressing constriction just above pit of stomach, as if everything was knotted up, or as if a hard lump of undigested food remained there. ~ Dyspepsia.
Alternate heat and cold.
(OBS:) Malarial fevers. [Obs. Used in New York in the Fall of 1877. Abies Nigra is said to be one of the ingredients in “Holman's Fever and Ague Pad.”]
Chronic intermittent fever, accompanied by stomachache.
Left: pain in stomach extends to side.
As if choking; of an undigested hard-boiled egg in stomach; as if everything was knotted up in stomach.
Pain: in stomach after eating; in small of back.
Aching: in bones.
Rheumatic pain: in bones.
Constriction: above pit of stomach.
Used in preparation of spruce beer.
Similar to: Nux vom. (pressure as from a stone after a meal); Bismuth; Calc. carb. (like a load after a moderate supper); Bryon. (like a stone, worse moving); Kali carb.; Arsen.; Zincum (as if food lodged in esophagus); Ignat. (food feels as if lying above cardiac orifice); Sepia (nightly pressure as from a stone, also after food); Agar. (burning after food, followed by pressure as from a foreign body); Phosphor.; Pulsat. (like a stone, early, on awaking); Sulphur; Cinchon. (accompanied by bloating); Natr. mur. (sensation of a foreign body sticking in cardiac orifice).