Dr. Dewey discusses the homeopathy treatment of Vomiting in his bestselling book Practical Homeopathic Therapeutics….

Ipecac. [Ip]

      The fact that small doses of Ipecac check vomiting is a homoeopathic legacy to allopathy. Ipecac has vomiting preceded by much nausea, a clean tongue and it is especially apt to occur after a meal. It is of doubtful value, however, in vomiting of cerebral origin. Ringers says: “Few remedies are so efficacious in checking certain kinds of vomitings.” Persistent nausea and vomiting is its chief indication.

Antimonium crudum. [Ant-c]

      Vomiting with a white coated tongue is characteristic of this remedy. The patient vomits as soon as he eats or drinks. It is indicated in vomiting from an overloaded stomach, from eating indigestible substance, such as fat foods or from the heat of summer.

**Kreosote suits vomiting of food in an undigested form after it has lain in the stomach for a long time. It is sympathetic vomiting, the irritation starting from some other organ than the stomach. It suites the vomiting of phthisis, cancerous growths, kidney diseases and is also useful in the vomiting of hysteria.

Aethusa. [Aeth]

      A wonderful remedy in vomiting of children where large green curds of milk are vomited, followed by great exhaustion; there is a drawn looks about the mouth suggestive of nausea. The child is hungry, and soon after eating or nursing the vomited matters come with a rush and the child falls back exhausted, only to rouse up and go through the same process again.

Phosphorous. [Phos]

      A very useful remedy in chronic vomiting of dyspepsia. There is great thirst for cold water, but as soon a it becomes warm in the stomach it is vomited. Phosphorous is also useful in vomiting of blood in gastric ulcer and cancer.

**Bismuth. Vomiting immediately on taking foods, with burning pain.

**Calcarea carbonica. The patient vomits milk as soon as taken, in sour cakes and curds.

Belladonna. [Bell]

      Suits especially vomiting of cerebral origin, and here Glonoine is also apt to be needed.

**Camphor monobromide. This remedy is useful in the persistent vomiting of children in brain affections.

**Apomorphine. Vomiting of cerebral origin; profuse and sudden vomiting with little or no nausea.

Iris versicolor. [Iris]

      Periodical vomiting spells and especially vomiting of sour matters so sour as to set the teeth on edge.

W.A. Dewey
Dewey, Willis A. (Willis Alonzo), 1858-1938.
Professor of Materia Medica in the University of Michigan Homeopathic Medical College. Member of American Institute of Homeopathy. In addition to his editoral work he authored or collaborated on: Boericke and Dewey's Twelve Tissue Remedies, Essentials of Homeopathic Materia Medica, Essentials of Homeopathic Therapeutics and Practical Homeopathic Therapeutics.