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Ammonium Muriaticum - Head symptoms - Hahnemann

Ammonium Chloride, Sal. Ammoniac, Am m, Am-m.

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HPUS indication of Ammonium Muriaticum: Acrid tears

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


Feeling of heaviness in the head, almost daily, on rising.

Heaviness in the forehead, frequently during day (with internal sensation of heat and some perspiration).

Pressure in the forehead, with feeling of heat there, early, after an uneasy night.

Pressing down into the forehead, toward the root of the nose, with a sensation as if the brain was torn in pieces, early on rising (25th d.).

The occiput feels as if compressed in a vice, later also on both sides of the head, with great ill-humor (17th d.).

Tearing in the head, mostly in the right temple, whence it also passes into the side of the face (also during the menses, and in the forehead and the right side of the head in sitting) (6th, 7th, 15th, 17th d.).

Stitches in the left temple, forehead and side of the head, also in the crown, when stooping, with a feeling there as if the head had burst (2d to 5th d.).

Stitches and pressure in the head, especially on the left side, in the room (2d d.).

Boring in front in the forehead, early on rising, and almost the whole day (5th d.).

Glowing heat in the right side of the head, every evening.

Frequent rushes of heat in the head (25th d.).

Feeling of heat and fulness in the head, early on rising.

Itching pimples on the right side of the occiput, in the evening, passing away at night (aft. 19 d.).


Headache, extremely violent for several days.

Headache in the crown, as if the head were broken in two (4th d.).

Pinching pain in the occiput in a small spot (11th d.) .

Painful twitching up into the left temple (3d d.) .

Burning pain, and at times stitches in the left temple, of itself, as also while chewing and sneezing; not aggravated by external touch.


Itching of the hairy scalp, urging to constant scratching (3d d.).

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