Nux Vomica: Used for digestive disorders caused by overeating, excessive alcohol or coffee consumption, and stress. Symptoms may include heartburn, indigestion, and irritability.
Arsenicum Album: Used for stomach flu, food poisoning, and digestive disorders with burning pains and restlessness. It is often indicated for diarrhea and vomiting.
Pulsatilla: Used for digestive issues triggered by rich or fatty foods, and it is commonly indicated for symptoms like bloating, gas, and a changeable appetite.
Lycopodium: Used for symptoms of bloating, gas, and indigestion, often occurring in the late afternoon or evening. It is commonly indicated for a feeling of fullness after eating small amounts.
Bryonia Alba: Used for gastrointestinal issues with stitching pains worsened by movement. It is often indicated for constipation and stomach pains.
China Officinalis (Cinchona): Used for digestive issues with bloating, gas, and rumbling in the abdomen. It may also be indicated for diarrhea and weakness.
Carbo Vegetabilis: Used for symptoms of indigestion, bloating, and gas, especially after overeating. It is also indicated for heartburn and a feeling of heaviness in the stomach.
Veratrum Album: Used for gastrointestinal disorders with copious, watery diarrhea and vomiting. It is often indicated for symptoms of dehydration.
Podophyllum: Used for severe diarrhea with a gushing, offensive stool. It is also indicated for abdominal pain and weakness.
Ipecacuanha: Used for persistent nausea and vomiting, especially when not relieved by vomiting.