Indigestion, constipation due to sluggish liver and gallbladder
Indigestion caused by sluggish functioning of liver and gallbladder; constipation, flatulence, sensation of pressure and fullness in the right upper abdomen.
Mode of action
They affect the symptoms of constipation of hepatogenic origin.
Carbo vegetabilis: Organotropic relation to the gastrointestinal tract and the cardiovascular system. The drug picture is characterized by overall slowing of functions. Sluggish function of the stomach with distension of the epigastric region, flatulence, belching.
Carduus marianus: Organotropic relation to the hepatobiliary system. Main symptoms of the drug picture are a slowing and stasis of the portal circulation. Sensation of fullness in the area of the liver, constipation; stool is hard, dark and in small lumps.
Magnesium sulfuricum: Functiotropic relation to the gastrointestinal tract and also to the liver. The main symptom pattern shows, among other things, metabolic weakness of the liver with distension of the abdomen, sensitivity to pressure in the area of the liver and gallbladder, nausea and pressure on the stomach.
Mandragora e radice siccata: Functiotropic relation to the liver and to the gastrointestinal tract. Symptoms of the drug picture include bloating, unnecessary urge to defecate, constipation with hard ballshaped stool, the sensation of not having finished after defecating.