Author: William Boericke
Increases the duodenal secretion, emulsifies fats and increases the peristaltic action of the intestines. Liquefies bile and acts as a purgative and chologogue. Disordered digestion, diarrhoea, and pain in nape of neck are among its chief symptoms. Obstruction of gall ducts. Biliary calculi. Jaundice.
Stomach: Eructations, gurgling in stomach and epigastric region. Violent peristaltic movements. Tendency to sleep after eating.