Ipec. 3, 1h. Vomiting of food or mucus, nausea, salivation.
Ant. T. 6, 1h. Nausea, vomiting coming on late, great prostration and complete muscular relaxation, white tongue; morning vomiting of drunkards; vomiting of liquids as soon as
Ars. 3, 2h. Red tongue, irritable state of stomach, inability to retain water, gastritis.
Phos. 6, 2h. Cold water is vomited as soon as it becomes warm in the stomach.
Carbol. Ac. 3, 2h. Vomiting with flatulent dyspepsia; neuralgia over right eye.
Iod. 3x, 2h. With marasmus, indigestion of food.
Aethus. C. 3, 2h. Vomiting of milk.
Mere. Sol. 6, 2h. Sudden vomiting of milk in infants.
Ferr. Mur. 3x, 4h. Vomiting of ingesta and Lienteria.
Iris V. 3, 2h. Acid or bilious vomiting.
Petrol. 3, 1h. Nausea; vomiting of food, mucous and bile; headache.
Kreas. 3, 4h. Chronic; Hysterical vomiting.
Apomorph. 3x. 2h. Cerebral or reflex vomiting; sudden, profuse, not preceded by nausea, followed by headache.
Cocc. Ind. 3, 2h. From motion, as in sea-sickness.
See also Dyspepsia, Pregnancy (morning sickness), Sea-sickness, etc.