Also known as
About Abies Canadensis
Especially digestive problems.
Abies Canadensis is a chief remedy for indigestion and gastric troubles. There is canine hunger with faint feeling at epigastrium. Appetite is increased with cravings for meat, pickles, radishes etc. There is a tendency to eat more than the capacity to digest. There is also burning and distension of stomach. Mucous membranes are affected by Abies Canadensis and gastric symptoms are most marked, and a catarrhal condition of the stomach is produced.
There are peculiar cravings and chilly sensations that are very characteristic, especially for women with uterine displacement, probably due to defective nutrition with debility. Respiration and heart action labored. Wants to lie down all the time; skin cold and clammy, hands cold; very faint. Right lung and liver feel small and hard.
- Irritability, moody, peevish, Snappish.
- Mental exhaustion, Indifferent.
- Chilly, as if blood were ice-water.
- Wants to lie down, lies with legs drawn up.
- Agg. Right side.
- Amel. Pressure.
Food and drinks
- Desire: Coarse, indigestible food.
- Aversion: Sour food.
- Agg.: Coarse food, tea.
- Faint, drunken feeling.
- Gnawing pain; great appetite, tendency to overeat.
- Faint feeling at epigastrium, extending to head.
- Distention agg. eating.
- Sensation as if right lung and liver is small and hard.
- Pain right hypochondrium, ext. to right scapula
- Rumbling agg. eating.
- Burning pain (constipation).
- Uterine Displacement; Prolapse
- Sensation as if uterus is soft
- Difficult from distention of stomach.
- Palpitations from distention of stomach.
- Coldness. Sensation of a wet cloth on the back, as if cold water between scapulae.
- Position: With limbs drawn up.
Terms and Conditions
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