Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Dulcamara in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Heaviness of the head.
Heaviness in the forehead (aft. 12 h.).
Heaviness in the forehead, for several days, with stitches in the temporal region, from within outward.
Heaviness in the occiput, for three days.
Heaviness of the whole head, throughout the day, as if the integuments of the head were stretched, especially in the nape, where the sensation turns into formication.
Pressure, as with a peg (a blunt instrument), in the temples, now on the right, then on the left side.
Pressure, as with a blunt instrument, always on various small spots on the head.
Intermittent pressure on the left of the crown, as with a blunt instrument, from without inward.
Pressing outward, by jerks, in the sinciput, worse on moving.
Tearing compression in the upper part of the head.
Drawing in the head, from both temples inward.
Drawing downward, in quick, twitching jerks, from the frontal protuberance into the tip of the nose.
Drawing, in the left frontal protuberance, especially when stooping forward.
Pressive drawing in the left frontal protuberance.
Pressive drawing in the left temporal region, in the afternoon.
Tearing in the left temple, intermitting.
Intermitting, pressive tearing in the temples.
Stitches in the head, so as to make her angry, chiefly in the evening; relieved by lying down.
Violent shooting in the sinciput, deep in the brain, with nausea.
Slow pricking in the occiput, as from a needle, that was always drawn back again.
Digging and pressing in the whole extent of the forehead.
Heat in the head.
Sensation as if the occiput had enlarged.
Headache, in the morning in bed, aggravated by rising.
Headache in the occiput, in the evening in bed.
Headache, with laziness, icy coldness of the whole body and inclination to vomit.
Obtuse headache in the forehead and the root of the nose, as if he has a board before his head.
Obtuse headache, chiefly in the left frontal protuberance.
The dull, pressive headache becomes worse in the evening, with increasing coryza.
Stupefying pain in the head, just above the left ear, as if somebody pressed with a blunt instrument into the head.
Stupefying, pressive pain in the occiput, upward from the nape.
Stupefying, pressive pain in the left upper part of the head.
Stupefying headache for ten days.
Heaviness of the head, with pain boring outward in the temple and forehead, as after a nocturnal spree.
Pressive pain in the left part of the occipital bone.
Headache, pressing outward, while taking a walk, toward evening.
Pain in the left frontal protuberance, pressing outward, quite late in the evening.
Pressive, tensive pain in the head, above the right eye (aft. 3 h.).
Drawing pain on the vertex down into the nasal bones, where it becomes contractive, when eating in the evening.
Slow, drawing pain through the whole brain, especially in the evening (aft. ¼ h.).
Digging headache, deep in the sinciput, with gloominess and sensation of inflation in the brain; at once in bed in the morning, and worse after rising.
Boring headache in the right temple.
Boring headache, from within outward, before midnight.
Boring headache, from within outward, now in the forehead, then in the temples.
Boring pain, from within outward, in the right half of the forehead, above the arch of the eyebrow.
A painful, pressive throbbing in the left side of the forehead, with a whirling feeling.≡ more ...