Vomiting of mucus, bile and food; worse, any motion; great  coldness  in  stomach — COLCHICUM AUTUMNALE.

Vomiting of mucus, green slime, blood, with great prostration, and great tenderness over the stomach — CADMIUM SULPHURATUM.

Vomiting of undigested food — CALCAREA FLUORICA. Vomiting of undigested food — CHINA OFFICINALIS.

Vomiting of undigested foodFERRUM PHOSPHORICUM.

Vomiting of white, opaque mucus; water gathers in the mouth — KALIUM MURIATICUM.

Vomiting of white, tenacious mucus — DULCAMARA.

Vomiting preceded by thirst — EUPATORIUM PERFOLIATUM. Vomiting with a clean tongue — CINA MARITIMA.

Vomiting, relieved by drinking cold water; with colic, diarrhœa, spasms — CUPRUM METALLICUM.

Vomiting, sinking at pit of  stomach — CAPSICUM ANNUUM.

Vomiting, sour bloody, biliary — IRIS VERSICOLOR.

Vomiting, with colic and convulsions — OPIUM.

Vomiting, with convulsions; hæmatemesis; violent cramps, relieved by vomiting; burning in stomach; epigastrium tender — HYOSCYAMUS NIGER.

Vomiting, with intense thirst, after each  meal — KALIUM BROMATUM.

Vomiting; water is thrown up as soon as it gets warm in the  stomach — PHOSPHORUS.


Vomits all fluids — BISMUTHUM SUBNITRICUM.

Vomits food, bile, blood, mucus — IPECACUANHA.


Vomits water, when it becomes warm in stomach — PYROGENIUM.

Vomits, with convulsive gagging and  pain — BISMUTHUM SUBNITRICUM.

Voracious appetite, or absolute loss of appetite — FERRUM METALLICUM.

Voracious appetite — ALLIUM SATIVUM.

Voracious appetite — VERATRUM ALBUM.

Wakes at night feeling hungry — LYCOPODIUM CLAVATUM.

Want of appetite for any kind of food, with unquenchable thirst — RHUS TOXICODENDRON.

Want of appetite; thirst excessive — SILICEA TERRA.

Wants to vomit, but cannot — NUX VOMICA.

Warm drinks produce diarrhœa — FLUORICUM ACIDUM.

Warm drinks produce diarrhœa — FLUORICUM ACIDUM.

Warm sensation in stomach — RADIUM BROMATUM.

Warm, glowing sensation in epigastrium — KALMIA LATIFOLIA.

Water causes coldness of stomach; must be mixed with liquors — SULPHURICUM ACIDUM.

Water fills the patient up — SULPHUR.

Water is vomited as soon as it reaches the stomachBISMUTHUM SUBNITRICUM.

Waterbrash, asthmatic breathing from  flatulence — CARBO VEGETABILIS.

Waterbrash, hiccough, and eructation, which relieves pressure as of a stone — BARYTA CARBONICA.

Waterbrash, with foul taste in the morning — PULSATILLA PRATENSIS.


Weak digestion, with continuous hungerMERCURIUS SOLUBILIS.

Weak digestion, with fullness and distention–ANACARDIUM ORIENTALE.

Weak digestion — CARBO ANIMALIS.


Weak, empty feeling in stomach — CARBO ANIMALIS.

Weak, sinking feeling in the epigastrium, approaching nausea; increased after eating; relieved by rapid walking — MYRICA CERIFERA.

Weakness and daintiness of appetite, nausea and distress after eating in young children who are overtaxed by studies — CALCAREA FLUORICA.

Weakness and emptiness — ASTRAGALUS MOLLISSIMUS.

Weight after eating — CHINA OFFICINALIS.

Weight and fullness — PTELEA TRIFOLIATA.

Weight and pain in stomach; worse, eating, some time afterNUX VOMICA.

Weight as from a stone, especially in morning on  awakening — PULSATILLA PRATENSIS.

When drinking, the fluid descends with gurgling sound (Laur) — CUPRUM METALLICUM.

Will eat for several days; then vomit — BISMUTHUM SUBNITRICUM.

With stomach symptoms, anxiety in chest — MOSCHUS.

Worse after eating fresh meat; smoked meat agrees — CAUSTICUM.

Worse after warm food — BARYTA CARBONICA.

Worse, after milk, especially when boiled — SEPIA.

Worse, warm drinks, which are vomited — BRYONIA ALBA.

Yellow complexion — NATRIUM SULPHURICUM.

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.