Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Magnesia Muriatica in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Heaviness in the occiput.
Heavy in the head and reeling, he is in danger of falling down.
Heaviness of the head, and numbed feeling (aft. 3 d.).
Sensation of heaviness in the head, in the morning.
Pressure in the forehead, on stooping, as if the brain would fall out, in the evening.
Pressure in the forehead (aft. 6 d.).
Pressure in the forehead and sinciput, with a chaotic feeling and fogginess about the head, the whole forenoon, most severe on awaking (3d d.).
Pressure in the occiput (aft. 15 d.).
A good deal of pressure, also of sharp and squeezing pressure, especially on the crown and occiput (during the whole time of proving).
Pressing together in the head from both sides, with sensation of heat, and with throbbing in the forehead when pressing on it.
Tearing from the occiput up into the crown (4th d.).
Tearing and sensation of heaviness in the forehead, in the evening (6th d.).
Tearing in the left side of the forehead, and further back, shooting.
Tearing and shooting in the forehead on motion, in the evening.
First, a tearing, then a stitch and a tearing in the forehead, while stooping in sitting, and also, besides, frequent stitches in the head.
Tearing and shooting in both sides of the head, the whole day (aft. 4 d.).
A throbbing tearing, first in the occiput, then in the whole head, after coming into the room; it goes off while he is sitting down.
Throbbing tearing, from the occiput toward the crown.
Frequent shooting in the middle of the forehead, in the evening.
Shooting behind the right frontal protuberance and before the ear, outward.
Shooting in the left side of the head and in the occiput.
Stitches in the right occipital protuberance.
A stitch on the right side of the occiput, then burning in it.
Violent shooting in the right side of the crown.
A violent stitch in the upper part of the right side of the head, so as to make her scream, frequently repeated (during the menses).
A violent startling stitch, in the upper left side of the head.
Shooting and tearing in the right side of the head, extending to the eye, which she has to press shut on that account.
Dull shooting in the right side of the head, with ill-humor (16th d.).
Dull stitches, so violent as to cause him to scream, in the right side of the head.
Dull shooting, at the left side of the head, outward.
Several dull stitches on the left parietal bone, when bending the trunk to the right side, with boring before the left ear.
Twitching stitches in the right side of the occiput and deep in the forehead.
Boring in the left side of the head, in the evening.
Throbbing and beating in the left side of the head, with sensation of heat and heaviness in the forehead.
Throbbing and heaviness in the occiput, in the morning, after rising (during the menses).
Throbbing in the occiput and then in the whole head, during and after rising from a stooping position.
Sensation of heat and burning, in a small spot behind the right frontal protuberance.
Increased warmth in the whole head.
Sensation of heat in the forehead, above the left eye, with throbbing in the whole head and dimness of vision (1st d.).
Flying heat in the head, frequently.
Heat and ebullition of the head, with heat and perspiration of the whole body, in the afternoon and evening (during the menses).
Heat in the head, after dinner, seemingly from the stomach, better in the open air.
Heat in the head, with redness of the face, without external warmth, but with internal shivering and tenesmus.
Constant sensation of heat in the head, mouth and throat, with hot breath, with coryza for eight days.
Sensation of numbness of the forehead.
Headache in the morning, as if not through with sleeping; with lassitude and fatigue of the feet.
Dull pain in the head, with sensitiveness of the skin of the cranium when touched, and sore burning in the eyes after dinner.
Pain, like heaviness, anteriorly in the forehead, in the afternoon.
Pain, as if the whole brain pressed against the forehead.
Pressure in the frontal cavities, extending to the sinciput, where there is a burrowing sensation; by strong exercise he came to perspire, when the pain ceased (2d d.).
Tearing violent pain in the left temple (29th d.).
Tearing pain in the left side of the head (aft. 10 d.).
Painful tearing into the right side of the head, extending to the eye, and then for a long time, painfulness of the spot.
Painful twitching tearing, in the right side of the occiput.
Painful ebullition in the head, with pressure in the occiput, going off in the open air, returning in the room.
Buzzing in the side of the head, on which he was lying, as from the seething of water, in the morning, in bed, not painful.
By wrapping up the head, the headache is relieved.
Sore pain of the crown, per se, and when touched.
External great painfulness of the head, when touched and when stooping (aft. 15 d.).
External drawing, here and there on the head, also into the ears, the teeth and half the face, making the head confused; the pains are diminished after sneezing.
A great lump on the occiput, especially painful when touched, with tearing all around.
Severe tearing and shooting in the forehead and temples, causing him to lie down, with great sensitiveness of the crown, as if the hair was pulled upward; then sensation of heat in the forehead, which felt rather cold than warm (28th d.).≡ more ...