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Euphrasia Officinalis - Head symptoms

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HPUS indication of Euphrasia Officinalis: Eye irritation

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


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HEAD

Constriction, tension (see also pulling, pressing); forehead; over the eyes

Empty, hollow sensation

morning

riding

Hot

morning

cold bath

forehead

Movements in head; swimming, as from alcohol (see confusion of mind)

Prickling; temples

Pulsating

Headache

Bursting headache with dazzling of eyes

Catarrhal headache, with profuse discharge from eyes and nose.

Heaviness (see pain

pressing)

pressing); morning; on waking

pressing); on coughing

pressing); after eating

pressing); on waking

Pain, headache

morning

on waking

afternoon

evening

from open air

air

cold air

with catarrh

eyes and vision (affecting or affected by); from light in general

cold applications

with running or blocked nose

must lie down

while lying down

pulsating

after sleep

while talking

violent pains

walking; while walking in open air

from warmth; from exposure to sun

in forehead

right side

morning

morning; on waking

late morning

open air

after sleep

while walking

sides; one side

sides; both sides

sides; morning

sides; late morning

sides; room

sides; stooping

temples

bursting

cutting, darting, stabbing; temples

dull pain; forehead

pressing (see bursting, pulling)

after washing; cold

forehead

forehead; extending to above nose

forehead; extending to above nose; cold

top of head (vertex)

sore bruised, sensitive to pressure

evening

lying

back of head (occiput); cold applications

stitching, sudden, sharp

touch of cold hand

brain

forehead

forehead; sides of forehead

back of head (occiput)

back of head (occiput); sides; afternoon

side of head

temples

tearing, rending; forehead

as if torn

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