Homeopathic Medicines For Indigestion and Gas

Indigestion problems are occasional problems; some people suffer from indigestion problems such as heartburn, gases, vomiting now and then. If you have significant stomach discomfort or over vomiting, medical attention should be immediate. It can lead to toxicity if left untreated. Conventional heartburn, indigestion and gas medicines, generally administered, tend to produce rebound symptoms and cause side effects if they are long-lasting. Homoeopathy can be used to alleviate symptoms of indigestion & gas. Homoeopathy provides medications based on the overall symptoms of an individual that take into account personal history and the kind of personality. In addition to acute symptoms, proper homoeopathic therapy will avoid future reoccurrence of problems. Homoeopathy also contributes to lowering your body's susceptibility to allergens, so you have no doubts or suspicions about your favourite meals. Homoeopathic medicines stimulate a person's digestive system, cure food allergies, and enhance food and toxin removal. Suitable homoeopathic medications can only domes; thus, self-medication cannot be avoided if you have recurring digestive problems.

Some Homoeopathic Medicines For Indigestion & Gas

Nux vomica

  • Nux Vomica (poison nut) is an excellent remedy for gastric problems.
  • Loss of appetite and pain after eating.
  • Indigestion
  • Pains are radiating in various directions from the epigastrium with spasmodic vomiting.
  • Nervous gastralgia.
  • Discomfort about half an hour after meals due to spirituous liquors.
  • Vomiting and acute nausea resulting from food poisoning, drinking alcohol, over-eating and accompanied by constipation, diarrhoea, heartburn, bloating or flatulence.
  • Relieves nausea and cramps from indigestion after excessive eating of spicy foods or drinking alcohol.

    Carbo vegatablis

  • Carbo Vegetablis is suitable where there is Slow & imperfect digestion.
  • Weight in the stomach and intestines.
  • Faint and all-gone sensation in the stomach not relieved by eating.
  • Sense of repletion, after a few mouthfuls,.
  • Violent burning in the chest, stomach and abdomen with crampy pains force the patient to bend double.
  • Heaviness in the stomach.
  • Eructations are rancid, sour and putrid.
  • Flatulence in the stomach or upper part of the abdomen.
  • Relieves bloating and gas in the stomach, with belching; even the simplest food that disagrees with the person.
  • Averse to meat, milk, and fatty foods.
  • Wants clothing loose around the abdomen; chilly.
  • Better from cold; craves fresh moving air, like from being fanned.

    China Officinalis

  • Flatulence in the whole abdomen and painful distension are some of the symptoms for China Officinalis patients.
  • Sour or bitter eructations and offensive flatus.
  • Digestion is slow, worse after late supper.
  • Diarrhoea yellow, worse at night and after meals.
  • Absence of rancid belching with burning.
  • Does not digest food but lies a long time in the stomach, causing eructations and finally is vomited undigested.


  • Lycopodium is helpful where the patient is having flatulence in the lower part of the abdomen.
  • There is a Vigorous appetite but few mouthfuls make patients feel as if the stomach is bloated and he/she has to leave his meals.
  • Distress in lycopodium is seen Immediately after eating.
  • There is a desire for sweets in lycopodium patients.
  • Lycopodium is useful in the atonic and acid forms of dyspepsia, for it has a sour taste, sour belching, and vomiting; whenever it does occur, it is sour.
  • Painful swelling at the pit of the stomach.
  • Belching of gas does not afford any relief. Red sand in the urine.
  • Colic in newly born children.
  • Discomfort and indigestion, with bloating around the waist, especially after eating onions or garlic.
  • Digestive symptoms when eating even small amounts make your belly feel full, sour irritating burping often follows, fermentable foods are common triggers.Pulsatilla Nigra
  • Dryness of the mouth, putrid taste in the morning on waking and a sensation as if the food had lodged under the sternum.
  • In the patient of Pulsatilla (windflower) tongue is coated with thick rough white fur. There is acidity and heartburn and food tastes bitter,
  • No thirst, only a desire to moisten the mouth accompanied with bad mouth taste.
  • Patients of Pulsatilla nigra are usually suffering from indigestion after consuming pork or rich foods. They will experience abdominal distension, bloating and often a headache.
  • The patient is chilly but is worse from heat & conditions go worse in the evening.
  • Fresh air is also soothing when fatty food disagrees, causing indigestion, heartburn, bitter taste, and eventually flatulent gas.


  • Phosphorus is indicated when there is a regurgitation of food, Craving for cold food, which is vomited as soon as it becomes hot in the stomach.
  • Spitting of blood without nausea.
  • The patient has Gone, a weak feeling in the stomach, which extends to the bowels, burning between the scapulae is also present at times.
  • Vomiting in chronic dyspepsia.
  • A burning, gnawing, circumscribed pain.
  • Rapid loss of flesh and anaemia.
  • Burning pain in the stomach that feels better from eating ice cream or other cold, refreshing foods.
  • A person is usually thirsty for cold drinks but often feels nauseous or vomits once liquids warm up in the stomach.
  • The tendency toward easy bleeding and sometimes develop stomach ulcers.Symptoms can usually be curbed after the administration of correct medicine within a short period of time and even in hours. If the symptoms persist, contemplate seeking advice from a qualified and expert homoeopathic doctor.
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