Glonoin - RelationshipsNitro-glycerine, Spirits Glycerinus Nitrate, Glonoine, Glonoinum, Glon.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Glonoin in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Compare Amyl Nit.; Act. r. (waving in brain); Petroleum Petrol. and Crotalus Cascavella Crotal. h. (loss of location); Belladonna Bell. (cephalic cry but not as marked in Belladonna Bell.; also Belladonna Bell. has amel. bending head back, and amel. covering head; Glon. amel. uncovered); Apis Mel Apis, Hyoscyamus Niger Hyo. (fears being poisoned); Gelsemium Sempervirens Gels. (inclination to jump out of window); Stramonium Stram. Sanguinaria Canadensis Sang. (headache with the sun; ear sensitive to jar); Nitric Acid Nit. ac. and Belladonna Bell. (sensitiveness to jar); Melilotus Officinalis Melilot. (headache with crimson face) Lycopodium Lyc. and Phosphorus Phos. (burning between shoulders); Digitalis Purpurea Dig. and Diosc. (headache extending into nose); Secale Cornutum Sec. (fingers spread apart). Causation.
Complementary Belladonna Bell
Antidote: Aconite Acon.
Sun. Bright snow. Fire-heat. Fear or fright. Jarring. Injuries.