Pressure as from a stone — RHUS TOXICODENDRON.

Pressure as from a stone — ARNICA MONTANA.

Pressure as from a weight, with sleepiness after eating (Feltauri) — PHOSPHORICUM ACIDUM.

Pressure as of stone — BROMIUM.

Pressure in stomach after eating, as of a stoneBRYONIA ALBA.

Pressure in stomach — GRAPHITES.

Pressure like a stone — SQUILLA MARITIMA.

Profuse flow of saliva (Merc; Ipec; Kali iod) — IRIS VERSICOLOR.

Profuse salivary secretion — COLCHICUM AUTUMNALE.

Profuse salivation, with good appetiteLOBELIA INFLATA.

Profuse sweat and prostration — LOBELIA INFLATA.

Ptomaine poisoning — CARBO ANIMALIS.

Pulsation in epigastrium — HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS.

Pulsation in pit of stomach — ASAFOETIDA.

Pulsative pain in præcordial region — HYDROCYANICUM ACIDUM.

Putrid eructation — SULPHUR.

Putrid eructations — MERCURIUS SOLUBILIS.

Putrid eructations — RAPHANUS SATIVUS.

Putrid fermentation — SALICYLICUM ACIDUM.

Pyloric spasm — CANNABIS INDICA.

Pyrosis; copious salivation — SABADILLA.


Rancid eructations after fat food — THUJA OCCIDENTALIS.

Rancid, sour, or putrid eructations — CARBO VEGETABILIS.

Ravenous appetite; eating followed by  flatulence — URANIUM NITRICUM.

Ravenous hunger about 11 am (Sulph) — ZINCUM METALLICUM.

Ravenous hunger and much thirst — IODIUM.

Ravenous hunger soon after eating — MEDORRHINUM.

Ravenous hunger, especially about a day before an attack of dyspepsia — NUX VOMICA.

Ravenous hunger — CALCAREA CARBONICA.

Ravenous hunger — PETROLEUM.

Recurrent gastralgia — GRAPHITES.

Region of stomach distended — CALCAREA ARSENICOSA.

Region of stomach painful to touch, or on walking — PHOSPHORUS.

Region of stomach very sensitive to pressure (Bry; Ars) — NUX VOMICA.

Regurgitation of food — QUASSIA AMARA.

Relaxed feeling in stomachSULPHURICUM ACIDUM.

Repletion with loathing — ARNICA MONTANA.

Repugnance to fat food — CARBO ANIMALIS.

Repugnance to hot food — CALCAREA CARBONICA.

Retching and vomiting — BARYTA MURIATICA.

Retrocession of gout to stomach — NUX MOSCHATA.

Revenous hunger; passing away after eating a little — MENYANTHES TRIFOLIATA.

Rising of water in mouth — MAGNESIUM SULPHURICUM.

Rolling of flatulence (Chin; Carb) — LYCOPODIUM CLAVATUM.

Round ulcer of stomachKALIUM BICHROMICUM.

Rumbling, pains shift, flatulence — TORULA CEREVISIAE.

Saliva hot, acrid — TAXUS BACCATA.

Saliva increased — KALIUM IODATUM.

Salivation, worse at night — NITROMURIATICUM ACIDUM.

Salty taste; hiccough-like eructation worse, fat food — CYCLAMEN EUROPAEUM.

Satiety after a few mouthfuls — CYCLAMEN EUROPAEUM.

Seasickness (ResorcinCOCCULUS INDICUS.

Seasickness; terrible faint, sinking feeling at pit of stomachTABACUM.


Sensation as if food turned like a corkscrew on swallowing; desire for sweetened buttermilk — ELAPS CORALLINUS.

Sensation as if water were in stomach; of coldness, of constriction, and of burning; better, eructations — OLEUM ANIMALE AETHEREUM.

Sensation as of a lump of ice — BOVISTA LYCOPERDON.

Sensation in stomach as if one had been a long time without food until hunger was gone — COCCULUS INDICUS.

Sensation of ball rising in throat — CAUSTICUM.

Sensation of coldness extending up to œsophagus — MENYANTHES TRIFOLIATA.

Sensation of coldness in abdomen — AMBRA GRISEA.

Sensation of coldness, especially when  empty — CALCAREA SILICATA.

Sensation of emptiness and weakness at the pit of the stomach,  or  of  an  oppression, like a heavy load — GELSEMIUM SEMPERVIRENS.

Sensation of emptiness and weakness, with distention and beating in stomach and abdomen — ASAFOETIDA.

Sensation of emptiness in stomachSTANNUM METALLICUM.

Sensation of extreme tension in abdominal vessels-feel distended to bursting — CANNABIS INDICA.

Sensation of heat ascending to head — BARYTA MURIATICA.

Sensation of sinking in stomach — APOCYNUM CANNABINUM.

Sensation of something being pressed under the  epigastrium — KALMIA LATIFOLIA.

Sense of fullness — TORULA CEREVISIAE.

Sense of relaxation of stomach, with nausea (Ipec) — TABACUM.

Sense of weight — WYETHIA HELENOIDES.

Sensitive to pressure in epigastric region — PHYSOSTIGMA VENENOSUM.

Sensitive to tobacco — ASCLEPIAS TUBEROSA.

Sensitiveness of epigastric region — CARBO VEGETABILIS.

Sensitiveness of epigastrium to touch — BRYONIA ALBA.

Seven drops of tincture — STROPHANTHUS HISPIDUS.

Severe purging — LOLEUM TEMULENTUM.

Sharp burning from tongue to stomach — BROMIUM.

Sharp pain in epigastrium, relieved by standing erect — DIOSCOREA VILLOSA.

Sialorrhea (profuse salty saliva) — EUPHORBIUM OFFICINARUM.

Sighing respiration — CALCAREA CARBONICA.

Singultus, nausea; vomiting of blood and coffee-grounds  fluid — SECALE CORNUTUM.

Sinking at the pit of the stomach; pyrosis — DIOSCOREA VILLOSA.

Sinking feeling at stomachBALSAMUM PERUVIANUM.

Sinking in epigastrium (Sep; Sulph) — CIMICIFUGA RACEMOSA.

Sinking in stomach, relieved by taking a deep breathIGNATIA AMARA.

Sinking sensation at epigastrium — THEA CHINENSIS.

Sinking sensation at pit — CALCAREA SILICATA.

Sinking sensation; worse night — LYCOPODIUM CLAVATUM.

Sinking sensation — CALENDULA OFFICINALIS.

Sinking, all-gone sensation in stomach (Sep) — MUREX PURPUREA.

Sinking, faint all-gone feeling (Phos; Sep) — SANGUINARIA CANADENSIS.

Sleepy during meals — SARRACENIA PURPUREA.

Slimy brown diarrhœa — CUPRUM ACETICUM.

Slow digestion, with fetid eructations — BISMUTHUM SUBNITRICUM.

Slow digestion — CHINA OFFICINALIS.


Sluggishness with no ambition — SKATOLUM.

Smallest quantity of food or drink immediately  rejected — VERATRUM VIRIDE.

Smell of cooking causes vomitingSTANNUM METALLICUM.

Smell of food disgusts (Colch) — COCCULUS INDICUS.

Smoking tobacco tastes bitter — ASARUM EUROPAEUM.

Solids cannot be swallowed — PLUMBUM METALLICUM.

Sore feeling in stomach more or less constant — HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS.

Sore feeling — APIS MELLIFICA.

Soreness about the root of tongue — CONIUM MACULATUM.

Soreness all over abdomen — TORULA CEREVISIAE.

Soreness and pressure over liver — HIPPURICUM ACIDUM.

Soreness in pit of stomach on pressure — CADMIUM SULPHURATUM. Soreness in region of liver — JUGLANS CINEREA.

Soreness in stomach when coughing — BRYONIA ALBA.

Soreness of abdominal walls — FERRUM METALLICUM.

Soreness; better eating — KREOSOTUM.

Sour belching and heartburn — ECHINACEA ANGUSTIFOLIA.

Sour eructation — IGNATIA AMARA.

Sour eructations after eating (Sepia;  Calc) — SILICEA TERRA.

Sour eructations, sour vomiting, greenish  diarrhœaNATRIUM PHOSPHORICUM.

Sour eructations, with empty hungry feeling in stomach; not relieved by eating — NITROMURIATICUM ACIDUM.

Sour eructations; nausea — SENECIO AUREUS.


Sour eructations — FLUORICUM ACIDUM.

Sour eructations — FLUORICUM ACIDUM.

Sour eructations — KALIUM CARBONICUM.

Sour eructations — LYCOPODIUM CLAVATUM.

Sour or salty taste — CARLSBAD AQUA.

Sour risings — NATRIUM NITRICUM.


Sour stools; child smells sour — ROBINIA PSEUDACACIA.

Sour taste and sour eructations after every meal — PHOSPHORUS.

Sour taste, and nausea in the morning, after eating — NUX VOMICA.

 Sour vomiting; throbbing and cutting in stomach — KALIUM CARBONICUM.


Sour water from mouth — CARBO ANIMALIS.

Sour, bitter eructations — NUX VOMICA.

Sour, yeasty, moldy odor from discharges — TORULA CEREVISIAE.

Spasmodic hiccough — BELLADONNA.

Spasmodic pain at pit of stomach — CODEINUM.

Spasmodic pain in epigastrium — BELLADONNA.

Spasmodic pain in stomach with dry cough and difficult breathing — SABADILLA.

Spasmodic, nervous hiccough (Hydrocy ac; Sulph ac; Ignat; Cajap) — MOSCHUS.

Spasms of stomach — BELLADONNA.

Spits mouthful of food — NATRIUM PHOSPHORICUM.

Spits up food by the mouthful (Phos) — FERRUM METALLICUM.

Spitting up of bile; gastro-duodenal catarrh — SANGUINARIA CANADENSIS.

Spleen hard and contracted — EUCALYPTUS GLOBULUS.

Sticking sensation in cardiac orifice — NATRIUM MURIATICUM.

Stinging pain on left side over anterior aspect of spleen — THERIDION CURASSAVICUM.

Stitches in left side of stomach, near spleen (Ceanoth) — CARDUUS MARIANUS.

Stitches in region of liver and spleen and through to spine — KALIUM BICHROMICUM.

Stomach and abdominal symptoms and frontal headache — SKATOLUM.

Stomach and liver symptoms associated with pain in limbsPTELEA TRIFOLIATA.

Stomach extremely irritable; seems raw, as if  torn — ARSENICUM ALBUM.

Stomach feels empty after eating — PTELEA TRIFOLIATA.

Stomach feels full of dry food; sensation of flutteringCALCAREA CARBONICA.

Stomach feels heavy and overloaded — BUTYRICUM ACIDUM.

Stomach feels relaxed, as if hanging down — IPECACUANHA.

Stomach feels relaxed — STAPHYSAGRIA.

Stomach pain is temporarily relieved by eating, hot drinks especially milk  and  lying down — GRAPHITES.

Stomach sensitive to touch — BRYONIA ALBA.

 Stomach sensitive to touch — MERCURIUS SOLUBILIS. Stomach symptoms marked — GENTIANA LUTEA.

Stomach symptoms relieved by tight clothes — FLUORICUM ACIDUM.

Stomach symptoms relieved by tight clothes — FLUORICUM ACIDUM.

Stool accompanied by pain and straining — BUTYRICUM ACIDUM.

Stool very offensive — PULEX IRRITANS.

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.