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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Conium Mac in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Headache, as if the head was beaten to pieces, or as if it would go to pieces.
Semilateral, gradually increasing headache, as if the head was beaten to pieces, and like a downward pressure of something heavy, aggravated by turning the eyes to the affected side.
Feeling in the right half of the brain as if a large foreign body was in it.
Dull pressure in the head, on taking a walk; he has to rub his forehead.
Pressure in both temples (aft. several h.).
Tension in the head, and, as it were, a squeezing together from the two temples, after every meal; he has to rest the front part of his head on the table.
Drawing in the head, while the brain is asleep, diminished after eating.
Tearing in the right temple and the right ear.
Slow tearing on the left side of the occiput, while walking (aft. ½ h.).
Tearing stitches from the left parietal bone down into the frontal region.
Stitches in the forehead.
Stitches outward in the forehead, after rising.
Throbbing in the forehead.
Heat in the head.
Numbness and sensation of coldness, in one side of the head.
External pressure on the forehead.
Sharp pressure on a small spot of the integuments of the head.
Headache, simple pain; on taking a walk, he feels stupid; also in the morning till breakfast.
Headache on walking, she feels every step in her head.
Daily headache, owing to stools, which, though frequent, are too scant, connected with straining.
Headache with nausea and vomiting of mucus (3d d.).
Stupefying, pressive headache, externally on the forehead.
Headache in the morning, on awaking, as in epidemic fevers, as if the brain was torn, especially toward the occiput (aft. 10 h.).
Headache, as if the head was too full, and would burst, in the morning, on awaking.
Pressive pain in the right hemisphere of the brain, posteriorly.
Pressive headache above the eyes, from within outward.
Pressive headache, as from a stone on the top of the frontal bone (3d d.).
Drawing pain in the brain, in the middle, behind the forehead (the first days).
Drawing pain in the temples, when touched.
Tearing headache in the occiput and the nape of the neck, and especially also in the orbits, with constant nausea; she had to lie abed.
Tearing pain through the temples, in the morning (4th d.).
Tearing headache in the temporal region, with pressure in the forehead, after eating (3d d.).
Tearing pain in the temples, during eating.
Shooting headache darting out through the forehead, with inclination to lie down, in the forenoon.
Shooting pain darting out through the forehead, at noon.
Shooting headache in the forehead, the whole day; but she did not have to lie down.
Shooting pain in the head, as from needles, for about an hour.
Pain in the occiput, with every pulsation, as if pierced with a knife.
Sensation of heaviness and griping in the forehead, as if coming from the stomach, with so great a sensitiveness of the brain that it is even painfully shaken by a slight noise and by talking.
In shaking the head, headache from the forehead to the occiput, as if something was detached.
With every step in walking, a snapping sound in the vertex, without pain; not when sitting down.
Drawing pain in the temporal bones.
Drawing pain in the forehead, above the eyebrows.
Several eruptive nodules above the forehead, of which one gets as large as a filbert in fifteen days, and pains when its tip is touched (aft. 24 d.).
Much itching on the hairy scalp.
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