Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Manganum Metallicum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Drawing tearing in the left side of the head (aft. 8 h.).
Drawing tearing, passing over the right eye (aft. 18 d.).
Tearing in the left part of the forehead, seemingly in the bone, especially on moving the frontal muscles.
Tearing, from the left protuberance of the forehead, toward the temple, when talking.
Tearing in the left forehead, on taking exercise in the open air.
Tearing in the right side of the head, and especially deep in the right ear, when raising up the head after stooping.
Violent shooting tearing from the left parietal bone toward the crown, deep within, when standing, at 8 A.M.; returning next day at the same hour.
Transient stitches, externally above the right temple, alternating with a sort of humming.
Constant stitches, in the left temporal bone.
Stitches as with knives on the left side of the forehead, or as from needles, in paroxysms.
Violent stitches in the left parietal bone, when stooping.
Slow drawing stitches-more rarely pressive-in the sinciput, only felt when he goes into the open air, and ceasing after being for a time in the room; at the same time, a rigor, without goose-skin, all over the body, also in the open air, relieved in the room (aft. 24 h.).
Boring into the frontal bone, between the root of the nose and the eyebrow.
Ebullition from the nape, up over the crown toward the fore-head, when moving; with stupefaction and confusion of the senses when standing.
Rush of blood to the head when sitting, standing, walking and lying down, with sensation of heat in the face, without redness and external heat.
Sensation of heat in the head, in the afternoon.
Frequent rising of heat in the head, with thirst (6th d.).
Sensation of burning, on a point of the right frontal bone.
Burning on the frontal bone, above the right temple.
The head is heavy and seems to her to be enlarged.
Heaviness of the head, so that she can hardly hold it up, with a peevish mood.
Heaviness of the head and such sensitiveness of the skin of the head that she can hardly bear combing, in the morning and evening.
Sensation of cold on a small spot of the vertex, even when the head is covered, with horripilation.
Itching and burning on the right parietal bone, when stooping; it ceases when scratched.
Semilateral headache (aft. 4 h.).
Dull headache in the room.
Stupefying, pressive pains on the forehead, which at last changed to internal shooting and boring pains.
Dull, pressive headache in the occiput, with sensation of emptiness there, which takes away consciousness, and is diminished by laying the hand upon it.
Dull, pressive pain on the top of the frontal bone.
Sharp, pressive pain above the left temple, when rising from the seat and walking; it is relieved again by sitting down.
Pressive pain over the whole brain, from above downward, late in the evening, and even extending into the night, when he wakes up (aft. 4 h.)
Burning, pressive pain in the sides of the head and in the occiput, diminished while walking in the open air.
Painful pressure, forward from the occiput over the crown, extending into the forehead, as if everything was coming out there; at noon, worst at 1 P.M.
Contractive pain in the upper part of the head and the occiput.
Drawing pain in the occiput, the orbits and the forehead, where it is aggravated on stooping, and ceases on pressing upon it with the hand.
Drawing pain on the temples, seemingly in the bones.
Drawing, tensive pain, here and there in the head.
Tearing and tearing jerks, externally on the occiput, three afternoons in succession; at other times, pain in the place per se, and still more when touched.
Shooting headache, externally below the left parietal bone, spreading to all sides of the skull.
Pain as from needle-pricks, externally on the right occipital bone, in the morning in bed, extending down to the fifth cervical vertebra, aggravated by turning the neck.
Contractive shooting pain in the whole sinciput, now here, now there, especially in the temple, chiefly in the open air.
The headache, which is constant in the room, ceases in the open air.
Pressive burrowing pain in the temples, which extends toward the eyes and the forehead, improved by stooping forward. but re-turning on sitting upright and on bending backward (aft. 4 h.).
Throbbing pain on the right side of the occiput, as from an ulcer, both in rest and in motion.
Throbbing pain in the whole of the head, as if the brain would suppurate, ceasing in the open air, returning in the room.
Painful concussion in the brain, from shaking the head. Concussion, like violent shooting, above the right eye, when walking fast, even in the room (aft. 20 d.).
Concussion of the brain on moving, with pressive pain in the head and at the same time in the epigastrium.
Heavy and painful numb feeling of the head, with heat in it, relieved by the open air and not returning in the room.
The eyelids are painful at the least movement, and when he looks at a bright light, they are too dry, and feel as when one first awakes from sleep.≡ more ...