Fel tauri

Natural History.
     Ox-gall

General.
     Increases the duodenal secretion, emulsifies fats and increases the peristaltic action of the intestines. Liquefies bile and acts as a purgative and cholagogue. Disordered digestion, diarrhoea, and pain in nape of neck are among its chief symptoms. Obstruction of gall ducts. Biliary calculi. Jaundice.
     Nape of neck pains, and great tension there.

Stomach.
     Eructations, gurgling in stomach and epigastric region. Violent peristaltic movements. TENDENCY TO SLEEP AFTER EATING.

Relationship.
     Compare: MERC. DULC.; CHOLESTERIN. In Biliary Lithiasis. CHINA. CALCULOBILI – Triturate Gall stones – 10-12x (Gall stones).

Dose.
     Lower trituration. Purified oxgall 1 to 10 gr.