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What are different homeopathic remedies for stomach pain? – Part 2

Stomach pain is an unpleasant feeling in the region of stomach or a part of digestive tract. This includes:
• menstrual cramps
• indigestion
• overindulging
• personality of the patient

Homeopathic Remedies for Stomach Pain

9. Magnesia Phosphorica
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• stomach pain is brought on by menstrual cramps
• feels thirsty
• seem to feel better with a hot water bottle or heating pad pressed against the stomach

Other remedies for severe cramps include:
– sabina
– veratrum album

10. Lycopodium
This remedy is indicated to a person with following symptoms:
• PMS with a craving for sweets
• a ravenous appetite
• digestive upsets
• abdominal bloating
• flatulence
• feeling worst in the late afternoon and evening
• menstrual periods may be delayed
• followed by a heavy flow that goes on for extra days
• wears a worried look
• lacks self-confidence
• irritable
• bossy to pets and family members
• a desire to be alone

11. Other Remedies
• Colocynthis
• Natrum carb
• Cuprum met
• Croton tig
• Dioscorea
• Belladonna
• Mag phos
• China off

Other natural or alternative treatment of stomach pain are:
• Naturopathy
• Ayurveda
• Vitamin B3
• Vitamin B5
• Meditation

Homeopathy Dosage Directions

For self treatment or treatment at home:
A lower potency of the following can be used:
• 6X
• 6C
• 12X
• 12C
• 30X
• 30C
• The instructions of usage are usually available on the label of the box that you have brought.
• Do read it properly and effectively use the remedy.
Several homeopathic physicians recommend the usage of the remedies be used as follows:
• Take one dose.
• Wait for a response.
• If improvement is seen, it is best to wait for the remedy to work.
• If improvement lags then another dose can be taken.
• The frequency of dosage differs with the condition.
• It also differs from individual to individual.
• A dose may be needed several times an hour in some cases.
• In other cases, a dose may be needed several times a day.
• In some other cases, one dose per day can be said to be enough.
• If there is no response then after waiting for some time, it is best to switch to another remedy.
• Follow the same as above with the other one.

Dietary Recommendations

• Foods and supplements that are rich in B-vitamins, calcium, magnesium, and zinc have been found to reduce the pain, bloating and other symptoms of menstrual cramps.
• Calcium is known to help maintain muscle tone as well as prevent cramps and pain.
• A daily intake of 800 mg of calcium is recommended, which can be found in 3 cups of milk
• Increasing magnesium is also recommended
• Magnesium helps the body absorb calcium
• Avoid sleeping with the head raised too high above the rest of the body
• Eating excessively big meals

Good sources of magnesium include:
• Beans
• Whole wheat
• Tofu
• Salmon
• Shrimp
• Nuts
• vegetables

Be sure to avoid an excess of foods like:
• Acidic fruit
• Foods with high fat content
• Pretzels
• Coffee
• Tea
• Onions
• Peppermint
• Chocolate
• Highly spicy foods

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