Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Carbo Veg in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Heaviness in the head.
The head feels as heavy as lead.
Cramp-like tension in the brain.
Pressure in the occiput, especially after supper.
Pressure on the top of the head, every afternoon.
Pressure in both temples, and on top of the head.
Pressure in the left temple, from within outwards, for several hours.
Pressure above on the head, then drawing in the whole head, but more on the left side.
Pressure and drawing in the head, in paroxysms.
Pressure, as if something lay on the vertex, or as if the integuments of the head were constricted together, spreading then also into the forehead.
The hat presses on the head, like a heavy load, and when he takes it off, he still retains the sensation, as if the head was bandaged together by means of a cloth.
Spasmodic tension in the brain.
A confusing drawing in the whole of the head, starting from the occiput (aft. ½ h.).
Drawing and tearing in the left occiput.
Drawing tearing in the upper anterior part of the head.
Tearing through the head, starting from a little spot on the occiput.
Tearing in the left half of the head, starting from the left half of the nose.
Tearing in the left half of the head, with drawing in the left arm.
Tearing in the temples, extending to the molar teeth.
Violent tearing in the forehead, in a small spot, beside the temples.
Stitches in the upper part of the head, from reading.
Violent stitches in the upper part of the head.
Stitches in the head, toward the temples, upward.
Stitches in the forehead, over the right external canthus (aft. 2 h.).
A dull tearing stitch, from time to time, deep into the brain, on one side of the head, as from a nail driven in.
Burning stinging in a small spot on the occiput.
Beating headache, in the evening in bed, with heavy breathing.
Beating in the temples, and fullness of the brain, on awaking from a long, deep noon siesta.
Beating headache, in the afternoon.
Rush of blood to the head.
Rush of blood to the head, with hot forehead and confused feeling in the head.
Intense pressure of blood to the head, with chaotic feeling and hot forehead (aft. 6 h.).
Heat and burning in the forehead.
Buzzing in the head, as from bees.
Cracking in the occiput when sitting.
Severe noise in the head, from reading.
Tearing in the right side of the occiput (aft. 4 h.).
Tearing in an old scar from a sabre wound, on the top of the head.
Tearing in the bones of the head (aft. 24 h.).
Eruptive pimples on the temples.
White little nodules in the skin of the forehead, like little glands (aft. 3 d.).
Tension and pressure in both temples and on the forehead, he cannot keep his eyelids open.
Headache, as with an incipient cold.
Headache which occupied the whole right side of the head and face, with chill, coldness and trembling of the body and of the jaws.
Headache, from quick alternation of warm and cold weather.
Dull headache, with heaviness before the forehead.
Dull headache on the occiput.
Headache which as it were rises from the stomach into the head, and robs her of consciousness for a short time.
Pain in the head as if too full.
Tension in the brain; it feels more numb than painful.
Pressive headache, first in the nape of the neck, then in the forehead, then lachrymation of the eyes, with closing of the lids.
Violent pressive pain on and in the occiput, at the bottom.
Pressive pain in the occiput from time to time.
Pressive headache in the upper part of the right side of the occiput with pressure in the eyes.
Pressive pain in single spots of the head, in light attacks passing quickly; they seemed to be in connection with flatus (aft. 48 h.).
Pressive headache in the forehead, especially close above the eyes, which hurt on moving, the whole afternoon.
Pressive headache in the forehead, it passes off and returns.
Pressive headache above the eyes, extending into them.
Headache as from contraction of the integuments of the head.
Headache, as from contraction of the integuments of the head, chiefly after supper.
Contractive pain in the head, especially on motion.
Tension in the brain, the brain feels more numb than painful.
Severe headache for five days, on stooping; the brain seemed about to come out, in the occiput and in front. (Pain in the right side of the head on shaking it.).
Squeezing and cutting headache, above and behind the left ear.
Pinching headache in the occiput.
Drawing headache here and there, especially in the forehead, extending up beyond the root of the nose.
Tearing pains in frequent paroxysms, in the inside of the head, toward the right temple.
Short, sharp, tearing pains through the whole left side of the head.
Dull tearing headache on the crown and in the temples in paroxysms.
Short tearing pains in the right side of the occiput.
The tearing pains in the head start at times from the limbs, and seem to terminate in the head.
Smarting pressive headache, like the sensation in the nose from abortive sneezing, in the morning on awaking, in the right half of the head on which he was lying and in the occiput; on raising the head, the pain was only alleviated, but on rising from bed, it vanished entirely.
Stitches here and there into the head, with general painfulness of the surface of the brain.
Lancinating headache, above the right eye.
Boring headache below the left temple.
Boring and pressive headache in the sinciput.
Pecking headache, very violent, in the occiput, as if there was a festering underneath, from morning till evening (aft. 9 d.).
Throbbing headache in the forehead, after a meal, with pressure in the occiput, heat in the head, and eructation.
Burning in the forehead and heat in the mouth, with pains in the eyes.
A spot on the head very hot to the touch, as large as a hand, with constant headache.
Burning and violently pressive headache, in the evening in bed, especially on the vertex, and toward the front, even to the forehead.
Externally on the head, pains drawing here and there.
Frequently repeated, short, drawing pain on the right side of the occiput (aft. 2 ½ h.).
Tearing pain on the left side of the head, above the temple.
Pressive pain on a small spot on the right side of the forehead, where there had been a wound (aft. 4 h.).
Red, smooth, painless pimples, here and there on the forehead.
Painless pimples on the forehead (5th d.).
Constant pressive pain on the top of the vertex, with aching when the hair is touched.
Headache over the whole crown, in the morning in bed, with painfulness of the hair to the touch; going off after rising.
Crawling on the integuments of the occiput, as if the hair was moving.
The hair on the head falls out very much.
Red pimples on the forehead, near the hairy scalp, painful only when touched.≡ more ...