A PRIMER OF MATERIA MEDICA BY T.F. ALLEN.
Both Abies Canadensis and A. niger present marked indications of disordered digestion; the provings of both are very incomplete, but so far as we are able to discriminate between them, A. Canadensis is more suitable for a gnawing or burning in the stomach. A hungry, faint, weak feeling with craving for indigestible or unsuitable articles of food. Distention of the epigastrium. The liver is sore and feels hard, and there is pain beneath the right scapula. Particularly useful for women with uterine displacement, associated with a faint sinking sensation in the pelvis, and the indigestion above noted.