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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Nat Mur in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Heaviness of the head, at once on awaking in the morning, with reeling numbness.
Great heaviness of the head, especially when talking or reflecting.
Dull pressure in the forehead, with gloominess.
Troublesome sensation as if something was twisted in the head, in the forenoon, especially on turning the head (22d d.).
Pressure above the eyes and in the temple, with numb feeling of the head (2d d.).
Pressure in the occiput (6th d.).
Sore pressure in and above the forehead.
Hard pressure in the forehead and the temporal bones, when walking in the open air.
Dull pressure in the forehead and the eyes, as if the head was asleep, when resting it upon the arm.
Pressure in the brain, outward at the eyes, relieved by pressing upon them.
Pressure and pushing outward of the brain out of the skull, in the temple, the forehead and the ears (3d d.).
Compression starting from both temples, as if the head was in a vise (3d d.).
Compression of the brain from all sides, with heaviness of the head.
Compression in the temples, especially while reading and writing, with pressure on the crown.
Compression of the skull and pressure in the centre of the head.
Contraction, twice, in the occiput, behind the ears, with stitches in the head.
Tensive sensation in the brain, which is always intensified after an affecting leave-taking.
Tension in the left temple, as from fullness, more in the evening than in the morning.
Fullness in the head, which, as it were, presses the eyes outward.
Fine drawing and pecking in the forehead, to and fro, in the morning when rising.
Stitches in the head.
Stitches in the occiput, as with knives.
Stitch through the head, from behind forward, as with a knife, when coming from the open air into the room.
A dull stitch from the upper part of the head through the brain, extending into the palate.
Shooting on the head between the right occipital protuberance and the mastoid process.
Fine beating headache in the forehead (15th d.).
Concussion in the brain, when running fast, like a momentary jerk or pressure.
Ebullition of blood to the head, with perspiration on the forehead, at noon.
Much heat in the head and face, in the afternoon.
Heat in the head, with inclination to refresh it by dipping it in cold water.
Sensation as if the head was thick and swollen internally.
Contraction of the skin on the crown.
Sensation as if the head was in a net (16th d.).
The head nods forward involuntarily.
Transient burning on the top of the head.
The head readily takes cold, he has to wrap it up continually.
If he leaves the head uncovered by day, he has stoppage of the nose at night.
Sweat on the head, only in the morning, when rising from bed.
Sweat on the head, at night, on awaking.
Intense itching on the head and in the nape.
Itching on the head and in the whiskers, he has to scratch.
Scurf on the head.
Miliary rash on the forehead, only perceptible, when touching it.
Rough skin on the temples.
Headache, when turning and twisting the head around.
Headache in the forehead, during and after sneezing.
Headache from sneezing and coughing; it at once ceases on pressing together the head.
Headache when running, or violently exercising the body.
Pain in the forehead, on making quick movements.
Headache from cold air.
Headache, which ceases when walking.
Headache, in the morning in bed, ceasing on rising, for several mornings.
Heaviness and pressive pain in the forehead, above both the eyes (13th d.).
Dull, stupefying, pressive headache, in the morning, immediately on awaking, till noon.
The head feels as if lacking in firm cohesion, but without any particular pain.
Dull headache, almost constant.
Headache from nausea, from morning till evening.
Headache from nausea, with pressure in the forehead, increasing from the afternoon till bed-time.
Intense headache from nausea; she had to lie down, and on rising was threatened with vomiting and swooning; the least step was felt in the head; in the evening at eight o'clock the pain suddenly disappeared, but weakness of the head remained.
Pressive pain above the left eye.
Pressive pain in the forehead (aft. sev. h.).
Pressive pain, uninterrupted, in the forehead and the crown.
Pressure and straining headache in the forehead.
Straining pain, as if the head would burst.
Contractive pain in the whole brain, in the morning.
Drawing pain, externally in the head, from one side across the cheek, toward the incisor.
Fine drawing pain, from the root of the nose upward, with heaviness of the head.
Shooting pain above the forehead.
Shooting pain from the forehead to the occiput, which takes all her appetite away.
Shooting pain on the crown, it goes off when resting the head on the hand.
Fine shooting pain on the vertex, with burning.
Fine shooting pain on the parietal bone and on the forehead.
Fine pricking pain above the forehead, as from needles.
Dull shooting pain in the parietal bone in the evening, while eating.
Dull shooting pain in the left side of the head, as from a nail, at night.
Dull shooting pain and as if gnawing the bone, in various parts of the head.
Boring pain on the side of the head and on the occiput.
Intensely pulsating headache, with heat in the head and face, and nausea and vomiting (17th d.).
Sense of looseness in the left side of the forehead, with dull shooting pain.
The brain seems loose; on shaking the head, there is a shooting pain in the temples.
The headache in the sinciput is much aggravated by contracting the brow, for some moments, and then the frontal bone is painful, as if sore when touched.
Heat of the forehead, with pressive headache.
The parietal bone pains as if bruised, when touching it.
Pain in the upper part of the head, like soreness of the skin.
On a spot on the head, formerly injured, there was pain when touched (7th d.).
A little hard knot in the middle of the forehead and on the nape, with burning pain when touched.
When the head is touched, sore pain, as if the hair ached.
Motion of the scalp from the nape of the neck toward the forehead and back again.
Sensation of coldness on the crown, with painful sensitiveness of the scalp and pressing together of the eyelids.
Itching on the hairy scalp, he has to scratch often (2d d.).
Itching eruption on the hairy border of the nape and of the temple, as well as in the eyebrows.
The hairy scalp smells bad, musty; the hairs stick together.
Falling out of the hair.
The hairs come out when he merely touches tem, even on the whiskers (2d d.).≡ more ...