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Glonoin - Head symptoms - Hering

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

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

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



Tensive pain over eyes and nose, also behind ears, followed by choking sensation about throat.

Headache from below upwards.

Dull headache in the forehead, with warm sweat.

Severe pain in forehead, throbbing in the temples, worse from walking.

Dull, pressive pain, worse in occiput and neck; worse from moving head or twisting the neck.

Headache with increased secretion of urine.

Headache with red face, accelerated pulse, sweat on face, unconsciousness; better in open air, after sleep, after vomiting.

Headaches worse from shaking or jarring the head; stooping; bending it backwards; after lying down; when ascending steps; in damp weather; in the sun; while working under gaslight; after overheating, with copious sweat; could not bear touch of hat; cold water (even causing spasms); reading, writing; wine.



Consequences of cutting the hair.

Outer head

Rigidity of occipito frontalis.

Head feels too large.

Inner head

Sensation of soreness through whole head, is afraid to shake head; it seems to him as if head would drop to pieces.

Shocks in the brain synchronous with the pulse.

Throbbing in temples; in vertex; occiput; in whole head.

Brain feels too large; bursting feeling; fulness, throbbing of arteries; all the blood seems to be pumped upwards; holds the head with the hands.

Brain as if moving in waves.

Congestion to head, sudden, violent; throbbing felt with every pulse at every step or jarring; blood mounts from neck, throat or chest; from occiput toward eyes.

Hemicrania, sees half light, half dark.

Cri encephalique.

Better; from uncovering; in open air.


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