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Calcarea Carbonica - Head symptoms - Clarke

Carbonate Of Lime, Calc carb, Calcarea, Calcarea Carbonicum, Calc c, Calcium carbonicum, Calcarea Carbonica Ostrearum, Calcarea Carbonica Hahn. Cal carb, Calcarea carb, calc. carb., cal carb, Calc.

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HPUS indication of Calcarea Carbonica: Overwork
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Calc Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.


Head compressed, as if by a vice.

Pulsations in the occiput.

Fulness and heaviness of the head, esp. of the forehead, with shutting of the eyes, agg. by movement and physical exertion.

Heat in the vertex.

Piercing in the forehead, as if the head were going to burst.

Icy coldness in and on the head, esp. at the r. side, with pale, puffed face.

Congestion in the head.

Movement of the brain on walking.

Immense size of the head, with the fontanel open in children.

Sweat on the head (profuse, particularly where it stands out in large, bead-like drops, and in such profusion as to soak the pillow thoroughly; it may run down upon the face and neck) in the evening.

Profuse perspiration, mostly on the back part of the head and on the neck (in the evening).

Strong disposition to take cold through the head.



Headache from over-lifting, straining the back, or from having wrapped the head in a handkerchief, or in consequence of a chill.

Headache every morning on waking.

Attacks of semi-lateral headache, with risings and nausea.

Pains in the head, producing giddiness, pressive or pulsative, agg. esp. by reading, writing, or any other intellectual labour, as well by spirituous drinks, or by stooping.

Pressive pains at the vertex, appearing in the open air.

Tensive and cramp-like pains, with pressure outwards, commencing from the temples and extending to the vertex.

Drawing pains in the right side of the forehead; the part is painful when touched.

Shooting pains in the head.

Pains of hammering in the head, which force the patient to lie down, and which appear esp. after a walk in the open air.

Congestion of blood to the head, with heat and stupefying headache; with redness of the face and bloatedness; agg. in the morning when awaking, and from spirituous drinks.

Buzzing and pains in the head, with heat of the cheeks and in the head.


Scabs on the scalp.

Scaling off of the skin at the scalp (dandriff; milk crust).

Painful sensibility in the roots of the hair.

Falling off of the hair (sides of head)

Tumours and boils in the scalp, which tend to suppuration.

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