Intestinal/Stomach Distress #2



The following is a small amount of information on each of the INGREDIENTS of this combination.

KALI CYANATUM (potassium cyanide) Symptoms include pains in the abdomen and groin, severe burning in the stomach, sharp gastric pains, and such copious and horrendous vomiting that it brings on momentary bouts of unconsciousness. There can be, in later stages, vertigo. Headache, convulsions, and agonizing neuralgia are experienced in the facial area and involve the trigeminal nerve.

LOBELIA INFLATA (Indian tobacco) Lobelia, both as an herb and as a homeopathic remedy, is useful in neutralizing poisons in the blood from a congested colon. Symptoms include a distended abdomen with shortness of breath, extreme nausea and vomiting, nausea with prickling and itching of the skin, and diarrhea. Lobelia is excellent for the repair of diverticula (inflamed or infected pouches in the intestinal wall) often found in a septic colon and creating painful bloating and a foul odor.

PARIS QUADRIFOLIA (one berry) This is an anti-psoric remedy with the psora keynotes of being hungry soon after a meal and a “sinking” feeling in the stomach. Other digestive symptoms include weak digestion (many things irritate and absorption of nutrients is impaired), stomach often feels heavy as if it contains a stone, there is rumbling and rolling in the abdomen, and a lot of abdominal pain.

VERBASCUM THAPSUS (mullein oil) Mullein, in herbal form, is soothing and healing to mucus membranes and this effect carries into the homeopathic form. Symptoms include incessant gurgling and rumbling with inflation of the abdomen, violent and painful pressure in the abdomen, the sensation of emptiness in the pit of the stomach which disappears with a rumbling noise, frequent hiccups, hemorrhoids, and empty or bitter risings into the esophagus with nausea, constipation, diarrhea.

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