Indicated in gastric and intestinal affections in persons of lymphatic, torpid constitutions; in children. Gastric catarrh; gastralgia; painless diarrhoea, with great thirst; cholera infantum.
Face pale, earthy, as though he had just passed through a severe illness; with blue rings around the eyes.
Great langour; does not want to be left alone; ill humored.
Thirst for cold drinks in the evening, though he does not feel hot.
Gastralgia; pain extends from the stomach through the body to the spine.
Gastralgia: pain in one spot; pressing, as from some heavy substance.
Severe, convulsive, agonizing pain in the stomach, often with vomiting and purging.
Vomiting with great anxiety, small pulse, vertigo and prostration.
Eructations of gas after drinking water.
Sense of emptiness in the stomach.
Intestinal flatulency; cadaverous smell of flatus and stools.
Better from cold drinks, but when the stomach is full, vomiting of surprisingly large amounts.
(First Lessons in the Symptomatology of Leading Homoeopathic Remedies by H. R. Arndt, M. D. Philadephia. Boericke and Tafel.)