Flatulence with nausea, foetid breath and foul taste in the mouth. Cardialgia from distention of the stomach. Distention of the colon from putrefactive changes in its contents.
One or more teaspoonfuls of the freshly prepared charcoal may be given in water, but all therapeutic effects are surely obtained by five grain or even much smaller doses.
Flatulence with nausea, foetid breath, foul taste in the mouth, constipation, palpitation of the heart, etc.
Cardialgia from distention of the stomach.
Great accumulation of gas in the stomach of women at or near the climacteric.
Distention of the colon from putrefactive changes in its contents. (Per stomach and rectum).
Dysentery, to correct the fetor of the stools.
Gangrenous and foul ulcers. (One or two teaspoonfuls in a bread or yeast poultice).