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Glonoin - General symptoms - Boger

Nitro-glycerine, Spirits Glycerinus Nitrate, Glonoine, Glonoinum Glon.


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HPUS indication of Glonoin: Throbbing
Common symptoms: Throbbing, Headache, Flushed, Itching, Nausea.

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Glonoin in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.


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GENERAL

General

A tempestuous remedy, full of VIOLENT PULSATIONS

EBULLITIONS or irregular congestion; general PM

; with numbness

UPWARD RUSHES OF BLOOD

As if enlarged, distended or being smaller

Bursting, expansion or enlarged feeling of eyes, head, tongue, etc

Pains that come long after injuries

Confused, bewildered; loses himself

Sinks down unconscious

Sun-stroke

Apoplexy

Congestion to head in suppressed menses, eclampsia, albuminuria, etc

WAVES; OF TERRIBLE BURSTING, POUNDING HEADACHE, as if standing on head; expanding and contracting or blood surging back and forth from head, worse carotids to heart; alternating between temples; worse sunshine; worse damp days

Cracking, snapping, shocks, explosions or soreness deep in brain

Head lies too heavy on pillow

Pains in malar bones, ending in a headache

Numb, sore vertex

Sharp, shooting behind ears

Red lower eyeballs or lids

Staring, dry, protruding or sunken eyes; lids stick to balls (Guaiacum Guai)

Blind spells

Bluish face Veins of temples swelled

Heavy tongue

Thick saliva in AM

Throat feels swelled

Heavy breathing

As of a load on chest

Heart seems full, quivers; strong pulsation, and into [left] neck

Violent palpitation Cardiac pains; radiate to all parts; toward arms

Cardiac pains, worse leaning backward or wine

Neck feels full and stiff

Trembling hands

Awakes fearing apoplexy

Full, tense pulse

Venous pulse

Heat on crown of head and along spine

Burning in small areas or single parts

Heat, with hot sweat

Horrible sinking in epigastrium

Region

BRAIN

VASO-MOTORS CIRCULATION

HEAD (forehead)

HEART

Mastoids

Respiration