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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Berberis Vulgaris in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Feeling of intoxication and giddiness.
Confusion and heaviness of the head, often with pressure, dejection, ill-humour and shiverings, commencing in the morning, after waking.
Head confused, as before a coryza.
Sensation, as if the size of the head were increased.
Sensation of swelling in the head.
Cephalalgia in the forehead and in the temples, as if from pressure from the inside outwards.
Teguments of the head as if they were stretched and swollen.
Head feels full and heavy, as if a cap were pulled hard down on head.
Heat in the head after dinner (or in afternoon) and in the morning.
Sweat after exertion, on stooping, and on standing for any time.
Small red spots in the forehead and in the cheeks.
Itching or gnawing shootings in the teguments of the head and of the face.
Pustules in the teguments of the head and in the face.
Aching, tensive pains in the forehead, in the temples, and in the eyes.
Headache agg. by movement, amel. in open air.
Acute, shooting pains in the forehead and in the temples.
Darting and shooting pains in the head after changing the locality.≡ more ...