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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Agaricus Muscarius in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Muddled feeling in the head.
Muddled feeling and heaviness in the head (aft. 5 h).
Continued heaviness in the head (aft. 5 h.).
Sensation of a tugging down heaviness in the two temples, reaching to the middle of the ears, as if there were a heavy load hanging on both sides of the head, more during the day than in the morning, and worse when touched.
Heaviness of the head as after intoxication (aft. ½ h.).
In the morning heaviness and chaotic sensation in the head, as if he had been on a spree the day before; this lasts for six days.
Dulness, imbecility (after-effects in old age).
Pressure in the frontal sinuses.
Pressure from the forehead down on the upper half of the eyeballs (aft. 1 ½ h.).
Violent pressure in the right temple or the temporal bone.
Pressure in the occiput (on 1st d.).
Pressure with stitches in the forehead above the eyes.
Drawing from both sides of the frontal bone to the root of the nose.
Drawing in the head in all directions with a sensation as if becoming unconscious.
Tearing in the forehead, just above the root of the nose.
Tearing in the region of the right temple.
Tearing in the left side of the occiput, returning at short intervals.
Tearing with pressure in the whole left circumference of the brain, strongest in the left orbit and zygoma with a muddled feeling in the head (aft. 8 h.).
Tearing stitches in the occiput from one side to the other, early in the morning (on the 2d d.).
Violent lancinating tearing from the crown to the left ear (aft. 6 h.).
Fine stitches in the right temple (aft. ½ h.).
Throbbing in the crown of the head with a desperation bordering on frenzy.
Sensitiveness of the skin of the head as if ulcerating.
Twitches in the skin of the forehead over the right eye.
In the eyebrows, itching.
Muddled feeling in the head with dull pains (aft. 2 h).
Painful heaviness in the forehead (on 5th d.).
Headaches early in bed.
Headaches of various kinds in the left half of the occipital bone, while sitting.
Dull headache in the right temple.
Dull headache especially in the forehead, during which he has to move his head to and fro; this causes the eyes to close as if for sleep.
Dull, stupefying headache with thirst and heat especially in the face (at once).
Dull pressive headache which passes away after a copious stool, with flushes of heat.
Pressive headache in fits and starts, before going to bed.
Painful pressure in the zygomatic process of the left temporal bone.
Violent pressive headache, especially in the occiput; after dinner (on 9th d.).
Painful drawing pressure from the left side of the forehead to the right, while sitting down (aft. ½ h.).
Drawing pains in the head, early on awaking, with pressure on the eyeballs.
Drawing pain in the forehead.
Very painful drawing through the temples, forehead or eyeballs.
Drawing pain in the occiput, in the afternoon.
Drawing headache in the occiput early in bed, as if the result of lying in a wrong position, increased by extending the arms and stretching while holding the breath.
Drawing cutting pain in the forehead while standing; when sitting down this becomes a pressive stupefaction of the head (aft. 1 ½ h.).
Intermittent drawing and tearing pain in the forehead (aft. 33 h.).
Jerking tearing in the head, terminating behind the right ear where it is most painful.
Headache as if the brain were being torn.
Burrowing pain in the head, lasting only a few minutes, but returning very frequently.
Violent burrowing pain in the left frontal eminence (aft. 3 h.).
Boring pains deep in the brain at the crown of the head.
Pain as from a nail in the right side of the head.
Tearing drawings pains externally in the integuments of the head the skin and bones), increased by pressure, especially in a little spot on the crown, which pains as if it were internally festering, at night (aft. 18 d.).
Repeated painless twitches on the right temple, beside the eye (the 7th d.).
Cramp-like pain in the left temple (aft. 37 h.).
Pressure on the upper part of the left temporal bone just above the auricle, extending deep into the brain, increased by pressure or by touching the hair, attended with complete despondency.
Sensation of cold as of ice on the right frontal bone which is covered with hair, while externally it feels warm.
After a preceding itching and scratching, icy cold in the region of the coronal suture frequently returning, and progressively more in front until it comes into the part of the forehead not covered with hair.
Itching of the hairy scalp.
Itching of the whole hairy scalp, as if it were healing; this provokes scratching.
Troublesome itching of the hairy scalp, especially early after rising; it passes away by scratching with a sharp comb.
Pimples on the hairy scalp.
Falling out of the hair of the eyebrows.≡ more ...