Nausea and vomiting after eating — FERRUM METALLICUM.

Nausea and vomiting caused by pressure on spine and cervical region — CIMICIFUGA RACEMOSA.

Nausea and vomiting from car-riding — SANICULA AQUA.

Nausea and vomiting of copious clear water, intermingled with white, gelatinous lumps — EUPHORBIA LATHYRIS.

Nausea and vomiting on rising upMORPHINUM.

Nausea and vomiting when closing eyes and on motion  (Tabac) — THERIDION CURASSAVICUM.

Nausea and vomiting, brought on by drinking, with acrid feeling from throat — JATROPHA CURCAS.

Nausea and vomiting, with great  weakness — ELAPS CORALLINUS.

Nausea and vomiting, with much retching — NUX VOMICA.

Nausea and vomiting; burning and pain–ANTIPYRINUM.

Nausea and vomiting; heat in epigastric region — TEREBINTHINIAE OLEUM.

Nausea and vomiting — BELLADONNA.

Nausea and vomitingCASCARILLA.

Nausea and vomiting — GLONOINUM.

Nausea and vomiting — MERCURIUS DULCIS.

Nausea and vomiting — POPULUS TREMULOIDES.

Nausea and vomiting — VERATRUM VIRIDE.

Nausea and vomiting — WYETHIA HELENOIDES.

Nausea at smell or sight of  food — SEPIA.

Nausea before breakfastBERBERIS VULGARIS.

Nausea distressing — ARSENICUM IODATUM.

Nausea during gestation — SULPHUR.

Nausea felt in throat; better, eating — MEZEREUM.

Nausea from riding in cars, boat, etc, or looking at boat in motion; worse on becoming cold or taking cold — COCCULUS INDICUS.


Nausea in morning before eatingSEPIA.

Nausea in the morning — CARBO VEGETABILIS.

Nausea incessant and deathly, faintness, constant retching — MORPHINUM.

Nausea of pregnancy — STRYCHNINUM PURUM.

Nausea on looking at objects moving; vomiting; pressure and pain in stomach — JABORANDI.

Nausea produces fear; with pressure in præcordial region, followed by headache with yawning and lachrymation and  vomiting–ANTIMONIUM TARTARICUM.

Nausea with special disgust for alcohol and so aids in treatment of dipsomania — STROPHANTHUS HISPIDUS.

Nausea worse lying on side — SEPIA.

Nausea worse riding in car — THYROIDINUM.

Nausea, heartburn; full feeling not relieved by  eructation — SAPONARIA OFFICINALIS.

Nausea, retching, and vomiting, especially after food, with deathly faintness and prostration–ANTIMONIUM TARTARICUM.

Nausea, retching, vomiting of glairy mucus — ARGENTUM NITRICUM.

Nausea, retching, vomiting, after eating or drinking — ARSENICUM ALBUM.

Nausea, vertigo, and bloated abdomen after  eating — RHUS TOXICODENDRON.

Nausea, vomiting of bright red blood; pain and sick feeling in  stomach — FICUS RELIGIOSA.

Nausea,   vomiting,   bilious,   bloody;   hiccough;    abdomen   painful,    tender   to pressure — MERCURIUS CYANATUS.

Nausea, vomiting; better, very hot waterCHELIDONIUM MAJUS.

Nausea, vomiting — LOLEUM TEMULENTUM.

Nausea, with accumulation of water in mouth — PETROLEUM.

Nausea, with dim sight — MYGALE LASIODORA.

Nausea, with drowsiness — APOCYNUM CANNABINUM.

Nausea, with faintness and vomiting — COCCULUS INDICUS.

Nausea, with faintness — VALERIANA OFFICINALIS.

Nausea, with headache, and vomiting of yellowish bitter mucus — FORMICA RUFA.

Nausea, with headache — ALOE SOCOTRINA.

Nausea, with inclination to vomit before breakfast — GOSSYPIUM HERBACEUM.

Nausea, with salivation — SANGUINARIA CANADENSIS.

Nausea, with vertigo — HYOSCYAMUS NIGER.

Nausea; better lying down — ECHINACEA ANGUSTIFOLIA.

Nausea; better lying down — KALIUM CARBONICUM.

Nausea; better, eatingLACTICUM ACIDUM.

Nausea; morning sickness, especially in pale anæmic women — LACTICUM ACIDUM.

Nausea; pain in stomach and bowels;  flatulence — MICROMERIA DOUGLASII.

Nausea; sour eructations; hiccough; pain and  distress — SCUTELLARIA LATERIFOLIA.

Nausea; sour, eructations; profuse vomiting of an intensely sour fluid (Sulph ac) — ROBINIA PSEUDACACIA.

Nausea;  vomiting  of  food  several  hours  after  eating;  of  sweetish  water  in  the

morning — KREOSOTUM.

Nausea; vomiting of pregnancy — PSORINUM.

Nausea; vomiting — KALMIA LATIFOLIA.

Nausea; worse after eating — ASARUM EUROPAEUM.












Neuralgia of stomach — DIOSCOREA VILLOSA.

Neuralgic pain in stomach, unconnected with taking food — DIGITALIS PURPUREA.

No appetite but for sweets — COCA-ERYTHROXYLON COCA.

No appetite for meat and bread–APHIS CHENOPODII GLAUCI. No appetite — BALSAMUM PERUVIANUM.

No appetite — VIBURNUM OPULUS.


No desire to eat — ALUMINA.

No thirst all day — CYCLAMEN EUROPAEUM.

No thirst at any time — MENYANTHES TRIFOLIATA.


Obstinate constipation — SULPHUROSUM ACIDUM. Odor of garlic — PETROLEUM.

Offensive breath, smelling like onions (Asaf; Armorac) — SINAPIS NIGRA. Offensive smell from mouth — CARLSBAD AQUA.

Old dyspeptics, always belching, have sour stomach and rheumatism — NATRIUM CARBONICUM.

On swallowing food, it easily gets into posterior  nares — SILICEA TERRA.

Oppression in epigastrium and chest, impeding breathing (Lobelia infl) — APOCYNUM CANNABINUM.

Oppressive gases pass upward and  downward — ARNICA MONTANA.

Pain across stomach — PARAFFINUM.

Pain along sternum and extending into armsDIOSCOREA VILLOSA.

Pain and pyrosis — ARSENICUM IODATUM.

Pain and weight immediately after a meal, with epigastric tenderness (Kali carb) — BARYTA CARBONICA.

Pain as from a hard-cornered substance — HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS.

Pain as from subcutaneous ulceration — PULSATILLA PRATENSIS.

Pain as if diarrhœa would result — BORAX VENETA.

Pain at cardiac orifice; better, pressure — CANNABIS INDICA.

Pain at pit of stomach, with heartburn, nausea, waterbrash, and chilliness — AMMONIUM CARBONICUM.

Pain better pressure, but sore to touch — STANNUM METALLICUM.

Pain extends into chest and down arms — PHYSOSTIGMA VENENOSUM.

Pain from navel into sternum–ANGUSTURA VERA.

Pain from pit to under sternum, worse eating — ZINGIBER OFFICINALE.

Pain in abdomen after eating — PSORINUM.

Pain in cardiac orifice — NITRICUM ACIDUM.

Pain in epigastric region to touch — CALCAREA CARBONICA.

Pain in epigastric region — BALSAMUM PERUVIANUM.

Pain in epigastrium and upper abdomen ameliorated by food — EUCALYPTUS GLOBULUS.

Pain in epigastrium — ARSENICUM IODATUM.

Pain in left breast after meals; flatulenceRUMEX CRISPUS.

Pain in pit of stomach and abdomen — LOLEUM TEMULENTUM.

Pain in pit of stomach and region of navel — TAXUS BACCATA.

Pain in pit of stomach; worse by bending forward; relieved by sitting erectKALMIA LATIFOLIA

. Pain in pit when making false  step — ALOE SOCOTRINA.

Pain in pyloric region — ALLIUM CEPA.

Pain in stomach alternates with pain in throat and spine, extends to chest with belching — PARAFFINUM.

Pain in stomach an hour after eating (Nux) — PULSATILLA PRATENSIS.

Pain in stomach as from a shock — CASCARILLA.

Pain in stomach during eating — ARNICA MONTANA.

Pain in stomach; relieved by cold food, ices — PHOSPHORUS.

Pain in the stomach, with constipation — KALIUM MURIATICUM.

Pain in transverse colon — COLCHICUM AUTUMNALE.

Pain like knives cutting the stomach — RATANHIA PERUVIANA.

Pain shift from stomach to vertex — FORMICA RUFA.

Pain through stomach to back and right shoulder-blade — CHELIDONIUM MAJUS.

Pain towards back; worse, pressure on dorsal vertebræ — COCHLEARIA ARMORACIA.

Pain with inclination to vomit — HERACLEUM SPHONDYLIUM.

Painful affections of the stomach; ulceration — CUNDURANGO.

Painful digging from abdomen to throat, causing pain in region of heart with oppression — HAEMATOXYLON CAMPECHIANUM.

Painful flatulence often marked in one part of the bowel (Sulpho-Carbolate of Soda) — CARBOLICUM ACIDUM.

Painful hæmorrhoids, with black stool — BROMIUM.

Painful hard spot — KREOSOTUM.

Painful sinking across epigastrium — ORNITHOGALUM UMBELLATUM.

Painful spasms of the stomach — CONIUM MACULATUM.

Painful spot over stomach that radiates to all parts of the  abdomen — ARGENTUM NITRICUM.

Pains increased when food passes pyloric  outlet — ORNITHOGALUM UMBELLATUM.

Palpitation with stomach pains — PARAFFINUM.

Pancreatic disease; relieves burning pain in cancer of pancreas — CALCAREA ARSENICOSA.

Paralysis of muscles preventing  deglutition — COCCULUS INDICUS.

Peppery sensation in mouth — COCA-ERYTHROXYLON COCA.

Perceptible pulsation in pit of stomach (Asaf) — PULSATILLA PRATENSIS.

Perceptible trembling movement in the epigastric  region — LACHESIS MUTUS.

Pernicious vomiting of pregnancy — MEDORRHINUM.

Persistent hiccough (Sulph ac) — KALIUM BROMATUM.

Persistent pressure in cardiac orifice — ONISCUS ASELLUS.

Persistent, morning nausea — FAGOPYRUM ESCULENTUM.

Pit of stomach painful to pressure — SILICEA TERRA.

Pit of stomach painful to touch — LACHESIS MUTUS.

Poor appetite — BUTYRICUM ACIDUM.

Poor digestion — GRANATUM.

Poor digestion — TORULA CEREVISIAE.

Post-operative vomitingPHOSPHORUS.

Potatoes disagreeALUMINA.

Prefers hot food and drinkCHELIDONIUM MAJUS.

Pressing colic — CASCARILLA.

Pressive pain in pit of stomach — CAMPHORA.  Pressivegastralgia, as from a stone (Bry; Abies n) — CHAMOMILLA.

Joseph Fernandez
Joseph S Fernandez started his career as an assistant in the High Court of Kerala after obtaining a master’s degree in English language and literature. Later, he opted for a banking career.
Even as a student, Joseph was deeply interested in homoeopathy and made an in-depth study of the subject. He uses his expertise for the management of an occasional minor ailment in the family or among friends. It is in this context that he decided to compile a handy and easy-to-use repertory. The task required deep study and a sentence-by-sentence analysis of Boericke’s Materia Medica. Joseph’s Repertory is the result of this work.