Hahnemann Consultation Bank by Hahnemann S.

12. Chapter 12 [Food]

Last modified on April 29th, 2015

Chapter 12 [Food]

Appetite. Taste. Hunger, Thirst.

Appetite changing.

increased.

loss of, suddenly,while eating.

wanting.

Aversion to acids.

beer, brandy,bread.

butter,coffee.

food in general.

liquids, meat.

milk, rich (fat) food.

sweetmeats, tobacco.

warm, cooked food.

cold water,wine.

Desire for acids.

beer, brandy.

bread,coffee.

cold drinks, fruit.

meat,milk.

refreshing things.

sour drinks, salt.

sweet things.

tobacco.

warm food, cold water.

whiskey, wine.

Hunger increased.

continues after meals.

with aversion to food.

ravenous.

wanting.

Indigestion.

Loathing during meals.

Satiety, sudden during meals.

sense of.

Taste bad.

bitter.

mornings.

after meals.

bloody.

clammy, coppery.

earthy, fatty, greasy.

insipid, mealic.

offensive,putrid.

saltish.

slimy,sour.

sour after meals.

Taste bad after milk.

sweetish.

sour after bread.

food generally.

loss of Tastelessness of food.

Thirst.

constant.

Vehement burning.

mornings.

evenings.

nights,.

with loss of appetite.

aversion to drink.

Thirstlessness.

Complaints During and After Meals.

During meals.

nausea.

perspiration.

pain.

sudden vomiting.

After meals.

breakfast, dinner, supper.

eating, distension of abdomen.

distension of stomach.

After meals fullness.

eating but little.

pain .

in abdomen.

anxiety.

oppression of chest.

chilliness.

cough.

diarrhoea.

eructations.

meals, heat of face.

After meals fever.

flatulency.

giddiness.

headache.

heartburn.

heart.

hiccough.

ill humour.

nausea.

regurgitation (spitting food).

After eating, pain in pit of stomach.

eating, sleepiness.

cramps.

stomach distended.

stomach fullness.

stomach heavy.

stomach, pain.

stomach, pressure in.

uneasiness, general.

vomiting.

waterbrash.

weakness.

drinking complaints.

pain.

cough.

diarrhoea.

vomiting.

Complaints from Acids, beer, bread.

Coffee, cold food.

Fruits, milk, pork.

Rich food, salted food.

Spiritous liquors.

Sugar, tea, tobacco.

Vegetables, vinegar.

Warm food, cold water.

Wine.

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