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Digitalis Purpurea - Vertigo, Dizziness symptoms - T.F. Allen

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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Digitalis Purpurea in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.



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Vertigo, so that she fell down while ascending steps,

Vertigo, on rising from sitting, and noticeable weakness of the limbs (second day),

Vertigo, with dimness of vision, disabling her from going down stairs (after three hours),

Vertigo, with trembling,

Slight vertigo, lasting twenty minutes (after ten minutes),

Slight and transient vertigo, very soon,

Feeling of slight vertigo, so that it was necessary to fix the eyes upon an object for some time (second day),

Violent vertigo (soon after),

Giddiness, continuing six days,


Dizziness in the head, with inability to think,

He felt dizzy and heavy (second morning),

Felt quite dizzy and heavy (soon after),

General Head.

The head is affected,

The head constantly falls backward while sitting and walking, as if the anterior cervical muscles were paralyzed and powerless,

Almost constant noise in his head,

A sudden cracking noise in the head, during the midday nap, with frightened starting up,

Obscuration of the head, with dull headache (second day),

Dulness in the head, as if hypochondriac,

Frequent sensation on bending the head forward, as though something in it fell forward,

Violent pain in the head (second morning),

Heat on and in the whole head,

Flushes of heat (fifth day),

Violent heat in the head,

Sensation as of swelling in the head,

Head heavy, confused, as if full,


Headache for several days,

Headache, on stooping, in the morning immediately after rising,

Headache worse on walking, stooping, overheating (for several hours),

Headache, with confusion of the head,

Headache, with slight nausea,

Slight headache (tenth day),

Slight headache, with cutting pains in the abdomen, followed by warmth over the whole body and pressure towards the bladder (fourth day),

Violent headache,

Drawing in the cranial bones,

Dull pain in the head (sixteenth day),

Pressure on several spots of the head,

Headache, pressure, and heaviness, as from rush of blood to the head,

A tensive pressure affecting the head, especially in the forehead and left temple, in the evening (after three and twelve days),

Pressive headache, especially on the vertex and in the forehead (fourth day),

Pressive headache, especially in the occiput and vertex (second day),

Sense of weight in the head all day (sixty day),

Troublesome sense of weight in the head, relieved in the forenoon by an attack of epistaxis (eight day),

Acute headache, on waking in the morning, lasting through the day, worse in the afternoon, and becoming most severe in the evening, so that the prover was obliged to go to bed sooner than usual; he felt unfitted for work the whole day (eight day),

Very acute headache, in the morning on waking (sixth day),

Undulating headache, like the beating of waves within the head, towards both sides, aggravated while standing or bending backward, relieved by lying or stooping,

Confusion and Vertigo.

Tendency to vertigo while walking,

Vertigo, (after two hours in earlier part of first night), etc.

Vertigo, with unsteady vision, while sitting; it seems as though distant objects could only be fixed with difficulty (twenty-first day),

Vertigo and stupefaction commence after half an hour, with unsteadiness and trembling of the hands (twenty-sixth day),

Sensation of vertigo while standing, with indistinct vision and some confusion in the head (ninth day),

Sensation of vertigo and vanishing of the senses, on waking at night; continues to get worse while lying, and obliges him to involuntarily rise (this condition was frequently repeated during the provings),


Sensation of dizziness, as though the head was compressed (twenty-fourth day),

Sensation of heaviness in the head, with slight vertigo on rising and stooping, in the evening (twenty-third day),

Transient confusion of the head, not amounting to vertigo (third day),

Drawing in the sides of the head, causing dizziness,

Sensation of pressure in the occiput, which distinctly extended from the right to the left side; from the occiput this pressure extended to the vertex; with this some confusion on the head and indications of incipient vertigo,

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