Glonoin - Head symptoms - ClarkeNitro-glycerine, Spirits Glycerinus Nitrate, Glonoine, Glonoinum, Glon.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Glonoin in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Giddiness when the head is moved.
Heaviness in the head, principally in forehead.
Fulness in the head, as if the brain was expanding itself, were moving in waves.
Sensation as if the blood were mounting to the head.
Congestion of blood to the head (apoplexy).
Pulsation in the forehead, in the temples, on the vertex; when walking every step is felt in the neck, when moving the head.
Throbbing in the head; in forehead; in temples; in vertex; in occiput; agg. when moving; amel. when sitting still and lying and from pressure.
Throbbing in the temporal arteries, which were raised, and felt like cords.
Stitches in temples or r. side of forehead.
Sore and bruised feeling in the brain, worse when shaking the head.
Sensation of soreness through the whole head; is afraid to shake the head, as it seems that it would make the head drop to pieces.
Cracking sensation in the brain.
Skull seems too small, and as if the brain were attempting to burst the skull; violent action of the heart, and a distinct pulsation over the whole body.
Shocks in the brain synchronous with the pulse.
Undulating or wave-like motion in the brain.
Hemicrania; sees half light, half dark.
Gnawing in occiput.
Dull headache with warm perspiration on forehead.
Headache with accelerated pulse, red face, perspiration on the face; he becomes unconscious.
Headache agg. from the heat of the sun; amel. in the open air and from pressure.
Headache, throbbing, &c., during or in place of menses.
Fulness in the head; distinct feeling of the pulse in the head; throbbing without pain.
The pain, heat, and fulness in the head ascend from the chest, neck, or back part of the head.
Severe pain in the occiput, extending to the eyes and temples.
Shaking agg. the headache, as well as stooping motion, ascending steps; external pressure amel.; walking in the open air, uncovering the head amel.≡ more ...