Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of China in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Dull confusion of the head, as from prolonged watching.
Sensation of emptiness in head.
Heaviness in the head with faintness.
Cephalalgia in the forehead, on opening the eye.
Congestion in the head, with heat and fulness.
Shooting pressure in the frontal protuberances.
Attacks of headache, with nausea and vomiting.
Headache as from suppressed coryza.
Pain, as from a bruise in the brain, with pressive piercing in the crown of the head, aggravated by meditation and conversation.
Pressive headache, esp. at night, with sleeplessness; or by day, and agg. in the open air.
Acute starting, or pressive pains in the head.
Headache, as if the head were going to burst, with sleeplessness at night; ameliorated in the room, and when opening the eyes.
Shooting pains in the head, with strong pulsations in the temples.
Movements and painful throbbings of the brain, compelling movement of the head up and down.
Headache, increased by touch, movement, and walking, also by a current of air, or by walking against the wind.
Headache often attacks only one side.
Sensibility to the touch of the exterior of the head, and even of the roots of the hair.
Headache, as if the hair were torn out, or the scalp were contracted.
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