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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Chininum Sulphuricum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Sensation of emptiness in the head, with heat in the face, thirst, or tinkling in the ears; head confused, with humming in the interior, with a feeling of intoxication and dulness, stupor with cephalalgia in l. side of the forehead; a sort of furor in the head, almost preventing walking, with loss of power to guide the limbs.
Great exaltation, with a kind of dementia.
Cephalalgia, esp. in the evening, or else on walking in the sunshine, with lassitude, yawning, drowsiness, and moroseness.
Great bodily excitement, paleness of face, violent thirst, nausea, weakness of the feet, and general perspiration in l. temple, with necessity for lying down, and amelioration on pressing the head against cold things.
Aching of the head, in the occiput, on awaking in the night, and disappearing on getting up; in the forehead and orbits, agg. on turning the head or the eyes, from morning till evening, with heat in the forehead.
Pulsation in the head.
Bubbling towards the head in the evening, esp. with pulsation of the arteries.
Heat in the face.
Hardness of hearing.
Sparks before the eyes.
Pulse quickened and rapid.
Sleep disturbed and full of dreams, and escape of wind above and below.
Dull pain, with deafness, anguish, sweating, trembling of the limbs, and slowness of pulse, on l. side esp., with pulsation of the temporal arteries.
Expansive pain, esp. in the temporal region, agg. by motion and in the open air, as well as at night, with disturbed sleep.
Pain as though the head were bursting.
Sensitiveness of the scalp.≡ more ...