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Psorinum - Head symptoms - H.C. Allen

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

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The hearing is excessively irritated and sensitive; she cannot bear to hear a Belladonna bell ring without trembling, he is thrown into convulsions by the beating of the drum, etc.; many sounds cause pains in the ear.


Eruption on the head, tinea capitis, malignant tinea with crusts of greater or less thickness, with sensitive stitches when one of the places becomes moist; when it becomes moist a violent itching; the whole crown of the head painfully sensitive to the open air with it hard swellings of the glands in the neck.

Under the skin are formed painful lumps, which come and pass away, like bumps and round tumors.

Eruptions on the head, scald, malignant scabs (the crust being more or less thick), with shooting pains when a liquid is oozing out; intolerable itching during the wet stage; the whole top of the head painfully affected by the open air; at the same time hard glandular swellings on the back part of the neck.

Painful tubercles on the skin of the head, coming and going, like boils; round tumors; in rare cases they terminate in suppuration.

Serous choroiditis; some ciliary congestion and great haziness of vitreous, so that optic nerve was only discerned with great difficulty and then was found decidedly hyperemic, as was the whole fundus; headache, especially in morning; constant profuse sweating of palms of handsfont

Heat and redness of eyes with pressing pains.

Burning, pressing pains in eyes.

Eyes water, inflamed; hurt so she can scarcely open them; pains over eyebrows, down nose, also back of head; complained mostly of head.

Ophthalmia, with pressing pains, as if sand were in eyesfont

Eyes much inflamed, left more than right; supra-orbital pain; profuse lachrymation; intolerance of light, must bury face in pillow; tear-sac very sensitive.

Pressive pain on the eyes especially late in the evening; he must shut them.

The eyes most sensitive to daylight; the are pained by it, it makes them smart, and they close involuntarily.

Severe pain in ear, confined him to bed for four days; ear swollen; though pain would drive him crazy.

Otorrhoea with headache; thin, ichorous and horribly offensive, like, rotten meat; very offensive, purulent (watery, stinking diarrhea); brown, offensive, from left ear, for almost four years; chronic cases following scarlet feverfont

External ears raw, red, oozing, scabby; sore pain behind earsfont

Herpes from temples over ears to cheeks; at times throws off innumerable scales; at others shows painful rhagades with yellow discharge, forming scurfs; fetid humor; itching intolerablefont

Ears pain in ear so severe as to confine him to bed for five days.

Thought the pain in his ear would make him insane.

Soreness in jaw, right side, around the ear; could not use his mouth, because of the contraction and pain; could scarcely crowd his fingers between his teeth.

Dull, heavy pain in base of brain in afternoon, with sensation as though skin of abdomen was greatly relaxed and drawn down.

Pain in liver, worse from sneezingfont

Frontal headache, with sensation of weakness in forehead.

Headache by sweat at night.

Pain as if brain had not room enough in forehead, when rising in morning, a forcing outward; worse after washing and eating.

Pressing headache in small spots in forehead and temples, worse left side; feels intoxicated, stupid.

Morning headache, with pressing in forehead; stupefaction, staggering; eyes feel sore.

Headache preceded by flickering before eyes; dimness of sight or spots; spectres; objects dancing before eyes, black spots or ringsfont

Headache from repelled eruptionfont

Pressing headache, especially unilateral.

Cramplike contractive headache.

Pain in back of head as if sprained; pressure in right side of occiput as if luxated (dislocated).

Pain from right to left as if a piece of wood was laid on back of head.

Is always very hungry during headachesfont

Headache, a dull pain in the morning immediately on waking up, or in the afternoon when walking rapidly or speaking loudly.

Headache on one side, with a certain periodicity (after 28, 14 or a less number of days), more frequently during full moon, or during the new moon, or after mental excitement, after a cold, etc.; a pressure or other pain on top of the head or inside of it, or a boring pain over one of the eyes.

Headache daily at certain hours; e. gfont, a stitching in the temples.

Attacks of throbbing headache (e. gfont, in the forehead) with violent nausea as if about to sink down, or, also, vomiting; starting early in the evenings repeated every fortnight, or sooner or later.

Headache as if the skull were about to burst open.

Headache, drawing pains.

Headache, stitches in the head (passing out at the ears).

Dull headache in the morning, on waking up, or in the afternoon, either on walking fast or speaking loud.

Headache, twinges in the head (coming out by the ears); usually in walking, especially in walking and taking exercise after eating.

Headache, shooting pains in the head coming out by the ears; they often see everything black.

Stupefying, pressing, morning headache; better relieved by sweat at night.

Pain from right to left, as if piece of wood were laid on back of head.

Headache preceded by dim vision or dark spots before eyes; extreme dullness, fears inflammation of brain; better by nosebleed followed by darkness before eyes.


Hair dry, lustreless; tangles easily; glues together; must comb it continuallyfont

Pustules, boils on head, mostly scalp, which looks dirty and emits an offensive odor.

Moist, suppurating, fetid, also dry eruptions on scalpfont

Eruption on head, particularly on occiput, completely hiding scalp from view; profuse exudation, soiling pillow at night and causing excoriation of skin of nape of neck; offensive smelling; innumerable licefont

Head so covered with eruptions that no part of scalp was visiblefont

The scalp full of dandruff, with or without itching.

The hair of the head as if parched.

The hair of the head frequently falls out, most in front, on the crown and top of the head; bald spots or beginning baldness of certain spots.

Feeling of contraction in the skin of the scalp and the face.

The hairy scalp is covered with scales, with or without itching.

Hair feels as if it were dried; hair falling out abundantly, especially on the forepart and on the top of the head, or in the centre of the crown, or baldness of some places.

Outer head

Sensation as if head was separated from bodyfont

Averse to having head uncovered; wears a fur cap in hot weather.

Viscid sweat about head.

Whole head burns.

Scurfy eruption of children; large yellow vesicles around and between scabsfont

Profusely suppurating fetid eruption on head; rawness and soreness behind earsfont

Large humid blotches on head, with scabby eruptions on facefont

Humid, scabby itching; offensive smelling eruption on head, full of lice; glandular swellingsfont

Eruption on head; with swelling of glands with urticariafont

Tinea capitis et facieifont

Crusta serpiginosafont

Sensation of constriction in the skin of the head and facep

Eyes and Sight

Aversion to light.

Great photophobia, walks with eyes bent upon ground; scurfy eruption on facefont

Photophobia; when walking in open air; with inflammation of lidsfont

Fiery sparks before eyesfont

Objects seem to tremble for a few moments and get darkfont

Confusedness before eyes after anxietyfont

Vision blurred; black spots before eyes; flickering; dancing about of objectsfont

Darkness before eyes and ringing in earsfont

Amaurosis, with scabby eruption on occiput and earsfont

Lids spasmodically closed; intense photophobia and profuse flow of hot tears; much pustular eruption on face; large brown scab on right eye, from beneath which pus pours forth abundantly when touched; bowels costive; appetite poor and only for daintiesfont

Pustular keratitis.

Recurrent pustular inflammation of cornea and conjunctiva; chronic form; scrofulous basisfont


Eyes feel tired in evening.


Stitches in eyes.

Soreness of eyes and burning, must close them frequently.

Heat, redness and pressure in eyes; tendency to catarrhal inflammation; lids slightly agglutinated during morningfont

Inflammation of eyes with burningfont

Right eye inflamed, pressure as from foreign body when lids are closed.

Right eye red, internally and externally; vesicles on cornea; eruption on headfont

Acute ciliary blepharitis; internal surface of lid chiefly affected; photophobia; strumous diathesis, with unhealthy, offensive dischargesfont

Ciliary blepharitis right to left, worse morning and during day; chronic cases; subject to exacerbationsfont

Scrofulous inflammation of eyes; ulceration of corneafont

Rheumatic, chronic and blepharophthalmiafont

Eyes become gummyfont

Inflammation of lids, internal surface much congested; great photophobia, cannot open eyes, lies on facefont

Eyelids swollen; inflamed; bloated; child rubs eyes; puffy; greatly swollen, closely pressed together; thickened; tendency to styes; itching, especially in canthi; herpetic eruption; scrofulous inflammation, covered with thick crusts, whole body covered with branlike tetterfont

The right eye feels as if moulting away.

He cannot look long at anything, else everything flickers before him; objects seem to move.

The eyelids, especially in the morning, are as if closed; he cannot open them (for minutes, sometimes even for hours); the eyelids are heavy as if paralyzed or convulsively closed.

Sensation of cold in the eyes.

The canthi are full op pus-like mucus (eye-gum).

The edges of the eyelids full of dry mucus.

The meibomian glands round the edges of one of the eyelids are inflamed, either one or more (stye).

On the edges of the eyelids, inflammation of single meibomian glands or of several of them.

Inflammation of the eyes, of various kinds.

Yellowness around the eyes.

Yellowness of the white of the eye.

Dim, opaque spots on the cornea.

Dropsy of the eye.

Obscuration of the crystalline lens, cataract, squinting.

Far-sightedness; he sees far in the distance, but cannot clearly distinguish small objects held close.

Short-sightedness; he can see even small objects, by holding them close to the eye, but the more distant the object is, the more indistinct it appears, and at a great distance he does not see it.

False vision; he sees objects double, or manifold, or only the one-half of them.

Before his eyes there are floating as it were flies, or black points, or dark streaks, or networks, especially when looking into bright daylight.

The eyes seem to look through a veil or a mist; the sight becomes dim at certain times.

Night-blindness; he sees well in daytime, but, in the twilight, he cannot see at all.

Blindness by day; he can only see well during the twilight.

Amaurosis, uninterrupted dimness of vision increased finally even to blindnessp

Hearing and Ears

Singing, cracking, humming, buzzing and ringing in ears with hardness of hearingfont

Sensation as if he heard with ears not his own.

Discharge of reddish earwax or fetid pusfont

Ulceration of membrana tympanifont

Itching in ears; child can hardly be kept from picking or boring in meatusfont

Meatus externus scabbyfont

Soreness of whole external ear, with abundant yellow, offensive smelling discharge; severe itching worse in evening and lasting till midnight, preventing sleep and nearly driving him crazy; loss of appetite; great despondency.

Right ear a mass of crusts and pus, the crusts extended behind auricle to occiput upward upon parietal bone nearly to vertex, forward to right ear and over cheek; upon edge of region involved small vesicles filled with clear fluid, which became yellow, then crusted, and pus flowed from beneath crustsfont

Humid soreness behind ear.

Scurfs on ears, and humid scurfs behind earfont

Scabby eczema behind right ear came out, curing child's old dry deafness.

Pustules on and behind concha; behind left earfont

There are stitches in the ear, outwardly.

Crawling sensation and itching in the ear.

Dryness in the ear; dry scabs within, without any ear-wax.

Running from ear of thin, usually ill-smelling pus.

Pulsation in the ear.

Various sounds and noises in the ear.

Deafness of various degrees even up to total deafness, with or without noise in the ear, occasionally worse, according to the weather.

Swelling of the parotid glands.

A brown-colored offensive discharge from the left ear for four years.

External ear much swollen.

Ears man, aged 40, discharge of reddish cerumen from left ear worse at night had troubled him for many years.

Sensation of valve opening and shutting in left ear worse in afternoon.

Buzzing in ear which stopped suddenly and was followed by violent itching.

Face sallow and greasy.

Many pustules on skin and neck, which itch intensely and bleed easily when scratched. - G. A. Whippyp

Nose and Smell

Loss of smell; with coryza.

Smell of blood.

Soreness of nose; nose sensitive when inhaling air.

Boring, stinging in right nostril, followed by excessive sneezing.

Burning followed by thin nasal discharge, which relieves.

Dry coryza with stoppage of nosefont

Septum narium inflamed, with white, suppurating pustulesfont

Tough mucus in nose; feels like a plug there; it nauseates him; better when stooping.

Catarrh, with cough and expectoration of yellow-green mucus.

Bloody, purulent discharge from nosefont

Chronic catarrh; dropping from posterior nares, so as to awaken him at night; hawking quantities of lumpy mucus gave temporary relief from feeling of fullness; mucus in nose would dry like white of egg, needed to be forcibly removedfont

Acne rosaceafont

Epistaxis, more or less profusely, more or less frequently.

The nostril as it were stopped up.

Sensation of dryness in the nose, troublesome even when the air passes freely.

Polypi of the nose (usually with the loss of the power of smelling); these may extend also through the nasal passages into the fauces.

Sense of smell, weak, lost.

Sense of smell perverted.

Too violent sensation of smell, higher and highest sensitiveness for even imperceptible odors.

Scabs in the nose; discharge of pus or hardened clots of mucus.

Fetid smell in the nose.

Nostrils frequently ulcerated, surrounded with pimples and scabs.

Swelling and redness of the nose or the top of the nose, frequent or continual.

Coryza at once, whenever she comes into the open air; then usually a stuffed coryza while in her room.

Dry coryza and a stuffed nose often, or almost constantly, also sometimes with intermissions.

Fluent coryza at the least taking of cold, therefore mostly in the inclement season and when it is wet.

Fluent coryza, very often, or almost constantly, also in some cases uninterruptedly.

He cannot take cold, even though there have been strong premonitory symptoms of it, simultaneously with other great ailments from the itch malady.

Chronic catarrh constant dropping from posterior nares awakens patient at night; hawking quantities of lumpy mucus with temporary better from sensation of fullness; mucus in nose would dry like white of an egg, needing to be forcibly removed.

Psorinum 200th cured

Inner head

Sensation as from a heavy blow received on forehead awakens him; 1 A. M.

Like hammers striking head from within outward; all through head as from a hammer.

Fullness of head during mental labor.

Fullness in vertex as if brain would burst, with formication in head, followed by heavy sleep.

Congestion of blood to head immediately after dinnerfont

Great congestion of brain, relieved nosebleedfont

Congestion to head, heat; awakened at night stupefied; could not recollect; after sitting still awhile had to rise to collect his senses.

Congestion to head, cheeks and nose red and hot; eruption on face reddens; great anxiety every afternoon after dinnerfont

Fifth month of pregnancy.

Her thoughts are not under her control.

She is at times quite without thought (sits lost in thought).

Everything at times seems dark and black before his eyes, while walking or stooping, or when raising himself from a stooping posture.

Rush of blood to the head.

Heat in the head (and in the face).

A cold pressure on the top of the head.

Roaring noise in the brain, singing, buzzing, humming, thundering, etc.

Sometimes he sees everything dim or black on walking or stooping, or raising the head from stooping.

Heat in the head and in the face.

Feeling of cold pressure on the head.

Din in the brain, singing, humming, noise, thunder, etc.



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