Cinchoninum Sulfuricum - Head symptoms, CIN.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Cinchoninum Sulfuricum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Confusion of the head (first day),
Confusion of the head, becoming better towards noon (seventh day),
Confusion of the head, with sensation as though the brain had increased in volume (sixth day),
Confusion of the head, with pressure in the eyes (third day),
Rush of blood to the head, with heat in it (second day),
Heaviness of the head, and rush of blood to it,
Head heavy, painful (0.70),
Headache every morning, affecting the whole head,
Headache, involving the whole head, worse on stepping, with sensation of dulness (seventh day),
Headache, especially involving the left side, aggravated by stooping (seventh day),
The headache returned every afternoon about 3 o'clock, became a general heaviness of the head, and towards evening a pressive pain, especially in the occiput and in the coronal suture, worse in the evening (sixth day),
Severe headache (fourth day),
Specific headache, mostly in the anterior part, with a very remarkable sense of compression (0.70),
Headache, as if the head would burst, especially worse in the occiput, on waking (sixth day),
Pressive pain on the head, as from a heavy weight pressing the parietal bone against the brain (tenth day),
Pain in the anterior lobe of the cerebrum, as though a net were drawn through the whole substance of the brain (ninth day),
Pain in the forehead, lasting till evening (third day),
Pain in the forehead, pressing down to the eyes, aggravated by motion, while walking,
Pain in the forehead and pressure upon the eyes, in the afternoon (first day),
Some pain in the forehead, especially affecting the right side, noticed now and then, especially through the afternoon, and disappearing before going to sleep (first day),
Pressive pain in the forehead (tenth day),
Periodic throbbing pain in the right half of the forehead (seventh day),
Violent headache in the forehead, extending to the occiput, lasting till noon, then ceasing for two hours, and then lasting till going to sleep (second day),
Frequent frontal headache, in the afternoon; chill in the evening, even by a fire (first evening),
Headache, especially in the occiput, relieved after rising (eighth day),
Profuse falling out of the hair for eight days,
Sensation of tension in the scalp, with soreness at the roots of the hair, as if pus were under the scalp, mostly on the right side (seventeenth day),≡ more ...