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Guaiacum - Head symptoms - T.F. Allen

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HPUS indication of Guaiacum: Swollen eye

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


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HEAD

Violent large stitches in the brain from below upward,

Sensation as if the brain were loose and moved on every step, in the morning,

Headache

Headache like a pressure in the brain from below upward, at night,

Dull pressive pain in the head, which ends in a sharp stitch in the right frontal eminence,

Dull pressive pain in the head, extending obliquely upward from the left side of the neck to the vertex, and ending in a stitch,

Drawing pain, extending from the middle of the frontal bone down into the nasal bones,

Pressive headache transversely across the forehead,

Pressive pain in the right temple, as with something broad,

Pressure without pain in the left temple,

Dull sticking pain in the left side of the occiput,

Scalp

Headache externally, as if too much blood were in the scalp and it was swollen, while sitting,

Forehead

Pressure and pressing in the forepart of the forehead,

Dull sticking pressure in the right frontal eminence,

Tearing externally, extending from the left side of the frontal bone down into the muscles of the cheek,

A drawing tearing in the forepart of the forehead,

Temples

External tearing in the left temple,

Parietals.

Dull drawing stitches, extending from the left parietal bone to the frontal eminences, where they all end in a single stitch,

A pressive drawing-tearing stitch in the right side of the head, extending toward the frontal bone,

Acute stitches in the left side of the head, at the junction of the parietal and temporal bones,

Tearing in the whole left side of the head,

Tearing in the right side of the occiput,

Drawing tearing in the occiput and forehead,

Pulsating throbbing externally on the head, with stitches in the temples, only transiently relieved by external pressure, better when walking, worse when sitting and standing (after three hours),

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