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Mezereum - Head symptoms - Hahnemann

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HPUS indication of Mezereum: Itching

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


Pressure in the forehead, in the morning, as if the brain thereby became too hard, with lack of faculty of recollection.

Pressure and squeezing under the frontal bone, extending into the nasal bones.

Acute pressure on the left temple, as if it were being pressed into the head, extending over the orbits of the eyes, when reading, while sitting down; it seems relieved by moving.

Dull outward pressure, in the left side of the occiput, in the evening.

Violent pressing asunder in the whole of the sinciput, gradual in coming and in going.

Sensation of heaviness in the whole of the occiput.

Pinching sensation in the temples and forehead, with pressure on the eyes and jaws, as before a violent coryza.

Sensation of squeezing together in the temples, from both sides, after severe exercise; at the same time, he forgets the word he would utter, and can only collect his thoughts with difficulty.

Tearing, anteriorly in the forehead, with twitching stitches.

Pressive tearing in the forehead.

Long-continued, dull stitch, above the left side of the forehead, in the morning in bed.

Constant, very acute stitch, beside the vertex.

Pressive throbbing in the forehead.

Tearing throbbing on a spot of the occiput, above the nape.

Throbbing and pressing behind the right ear, turning into a most violent aching in the whole head, the forehead, the nose and the teeth, aggravated at the least movement of the head, for several hours.

Fine shooting itching on the head; it ceases on scratching.

Itching on the crown and the occiput, exciting to scratch.

Severe itching on the head, as from lice, only transiently removed by scratching, and always recurring elsewhere, in the evening.

Itching on the head and on the whole body, as from vermin; after scratching, it soon returns elsewhere.


Headache after moving about and much talking, the pains is especially in the temples and on both sides of the vertex.

Headache in the nape, drawing toward the forehead.

Dull headache on the left parietal bone, improved by pressure, but worse when this pressure is remitted.

Pain in the right frontal protuberance, for several hours.

Headache, from the root of the nose into the forehead, as if everything would be broken up, with pain in the temple, when touched, with severe heat and perspiration on the head, with chill and coldness in the rest of the body, in the morning.

Headache, relieved by bending low down.

Headache, aggravated in the open air.

Headache, during the whole of the afternoon; when the head is moved quickly, the brain feels shaken up.

Stupefying, pressive pain through the right half of the brain, from the occiput toward the forehead.

Headache, close under the skull, as if the brain were being pressed sharply against the bones.

Very severe pressive headache, as if everything would come out at the forehead (aft. 8 h.).

Pressive pain, on the right frontal protuberance.

Pressive pain under the left parietal bone.

Pressive headache, with frequent chilly shivering.

Pressive pain, extending across through the sinciput.

Pressive pain in the occiput, especially on coming into the room from the open air.

Pressive pain in the occiput and in the nape, on moving the head.

Pressivepain in the left temple, pressing outward.

Sharp, pressive pain and tension in the left side of the occiput.

Pinching, constant headache, squeezing the head together, extending from the temples into the forehead and nose.

Tearing shooting headache, in the left frontal protuberance.

Shooting headache, in the vertex and the forehead.

Shooting pain, in the left hemisphere of the brain.

Pressive sore pain in the occiput.

Pressive, burrowing headache, in the middle of the sinciput, on the surface (1st d.).

Bone-pain the bones of the skull, aggravated most by touching them.

Pain from turgidity upon the head.


The scalp on both sides of the vertex is painful when touched.

The hair aches as if sore, when touched.

The hair seems disposed to stand on end.

The hairy scalp is hot; he has to scratch it.

Dry scabs on the hairy scalp.

The scales of the dandruff are whiter, simpler and drier than usual.

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