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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Digitalis Purpurea in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Vertigo, frequently, after rising from sitting or lying down.
Vertigo, so that she fell down on going up stairs.
Vertigo and trembling.
Pressure in the forehead, the region of the vertex and the occiput.
Pressure in the occiput, from the right to the left side and then spreading toward the vertex.
Pressure as from a heavy load, in the middle of the upper part of the forehead, on exerting the thoughts.
Pressure and stretching in the sides of the head (soon).
Muddling, tensive pressure in the head, chiefly in the forehead and left temple, in the evening (aft. 3, 12 d.).
Tensive pressure anteriorly in the forehead.
Contractive pressure anteriorly in the forehead and temples increased by reflecting.
Jerking pressure on the right side of the head (7th d.).
Pressure by jerks, now in the temples, now in the whole head.
Tensive sensation in the sinciput, when turning the eyes to the side.
Stitch-like tension on a small spot in the side of the brain, every time the stooped forward; there was a drawing sensation in an upper tooth on the left hand side; this went off every time the raised himself up.
Drawing in the side of the head, which made him giddy.
Tearing in the left side of the head.
Tearing in the right temporal region, close to the ear.
Shooting, now in the right, now in the left temporal region.
Single obtuse stitches in the left temple, darting through the whole brain, in the evening, and at night when sleeping.
Frequent sensation on bending the head forward, as if something fell forward in it.
Sudden cracking knack in the head, during the noon-siesta, with frightened starting up.
Pressive stitches externally on the left side of the forehead.
Tearing stitches in the left temple.
Single stitches in the left frontal region.
Heat, on and in the whole head.
Swelling of the head.
The head always falls backwards, when sitting and in walking, as if the anterior cervical muscles had no strength, as if they were paralyzed.≡ more ...