Magnetis Polus Arcticus - Head symptoms - H.C. AllenMag. C, Magnetis polus articus Mag-arct.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Magnetis Polus Arcticus in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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The head feels bruised and as if dashed to pieces in one of the hemispheres
A shock in one side of the head in the morning in bed
Sensation as if the head were pressed down by a load
Pressure as from something hard in several parts of the brain
(A good deal of heat in the head)
Disagreeable, compressive sensation in the head, and as if one part of the brain were pressed in
The head is concussed by the sound of a hammer
Tensive sensation in the brain behind the forehead, extending down to the root of the nose
Stitches in the upper part of the forehead, in the morning after rising, until afternoon
Rush of blood to the head, and suffusion of heat in the cheeks
Pressure in the right temple, when walking in the open air, causing a dullness of the head
Tearing in the head behind the right ear, with sensation as of a shock, gradually moving to the front of the head, when walking in the open air
Pushing tearing in the head behind the left ear when sitting
Pressure in the articulation of the condyles of the occiput with the atlas from within outward, obliging him to bend the head forward constantly
Two days in succession he wakes from his siesta with a violent headache, as if the brain were bruised and obtuse; the headache decreases after he is fully awake, and disappears gradually after rising
Headache, consisting in a sore and bruised pain in the surface of the brain, in the sinciput and in one of the temples
Headache, especially when raising or moving the eyes
Headache, as if the temples were pressed asunder
Violent headache the whole afternoon, as if the brain were pressed asunder
Drawing-boring pain in the right temple, accompanied with a spasmodic pain below the right malar bone
Aching pain over the left temporal region, externally
Aching pain in the left side of the forehead
Aching pain in the outer parts over the right eyebrow
Tension of the scalp as if firmly adhering to the skull, causing a dullness of the head (for several hours)
Tubercles on the hairy scalp, painful when touched
Smarting itching of the hairy scalp≡ more ...