Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Helleborus Niger in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Giddiness on stooping.
Hydrocephalus with stupefaction; stupor; boring with the head in the pillows; coldness of the body; agg. from stooping.
Jerking in the integuments of the head, during movement, when stooping, and when going up stairs.
Disposition to bury the head in the pillow, when sleeping.
Stupefying headache, with coryza (4 to 8 p.m.); agg. from stooping, amel. at rest and in the open air.
Stupefying pain, and sensation of bruising in the head.
Pressive and numbing headache.
Pressive headache from outward to inward, with stupefaction and heaviness of the head; agg. on moving the head, from exertion; amel. in open air and from distraction of mind.
Inflammation of the brain, with stupefaction; heat and heaviness of the head; agg. from thinking of the pain.
Painful heaviness, with burning pain in the head, coldness of the fingers, sensation of general shivering, and paleness of the face.
The headache is more bearable on keeping quiet, and endeavouring to sleep.
Bruised pain externally on vertex and occiput; esp. during the febrile chill; at every movement, esp. when stooping and going upstairs, the pain changes into a violent twitching in integuments of head amel. by external pressure.
Painful sensitiveness of the exterior of the head, and esp. at the occiput, as if it were bruised, on its being touched, and on moving the head.
Uninterrupted pressive pain in occiput extending toward nape of neck.
Headache extending from nape to vertex.
Small swellings in the skin of the forehead, with bruise-like pain.
Moist scabs on the scalp.
Falling off of the hair (an the head and on the whole body), with pricking pain on the scalp, esp. on the occiput, with pale dropsical swelling of the face and body.≡ more ...