Abies nigra [Abies-n.]
A powerful and long-acting remedy,
in various forms of disease, whenever the characteristic stomach symptoms are
present. Most of the symptoms are associated with the gastric disturbances. IN
DYSPEPTIC TROUBLES OF THE AGED, with functional heart symptoms; also after tea
or tobacco. CONSTIPATION. Pain in external meatus.
Hot, with flushed cheeks.
Low-spirited. Dull during the day, wakeful at night. Unable to think.
PAIN IN STOMACH ALWAYS COMES ON
AFTER EATING. Sensation of a lump that hurts, AS IF A HARD-BOILED EGG HAD LODGED
IN THE CARDIAC END OF STOMACH; continual distressing constriction just above the
pit of the stomach, as if everything were knotted up. Total loss of appetite in
morning, but great craving for food at noon and night. Offensive breath.
Painful sensation, as if something
were lodged in the chest and had to be coughed up; lungs feel compressed. Cannot
be fully expanded. Worse coughing; water brash succeeds cough. Choking sensation
in throat. Dyspnea; worse lying down: Sharp, cutting pain in heart; HEART'S
ACTION HEAVY AND SLOW; TACHYCARDIA, bradycardia.
Pain in small of back. Rheumatic
pains and aching in bones.
Wakeful and restless at night, with
hunger. Bad dreams
Alternate heat and cold; chronic
intermittent fever, with pain in Stomach.
WORSE after eating.
Compare: (Lump in stomach - China
Bry. Puls.) also other Conifers - Thuja, Sabina, Cupressus (painful indigestion)
also Nux-v. Kali-c.
First to thirtieth potency.