Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Kali Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Confusion and dulness in head.
Sudden attack of unconsciousness.
Dulness of the head; confused, stupid feeling, as after intoxication.
Congestion in head, with throbbing and buzzing.
Trembling in head, and sensation as if it contained something movable. (Constant sensation of something loose in head, turning and twisting towards forehead.).
Perspiration on forehead, in morning.
Large, yellowish, and furfuraceous spots on forehead.
Headache from motion of a carriage, on sneezing, coughing, or in morning.
Semi-lateral headache, with nausea, and vomiting, agg. so as to become insupportable, by slightest movement.
Violent headache across the eyes.
Pressive headache in the occiput, esp. during a walk, with irritability, or else in forehead with photophobia.
Tearing and drawing pains in head.
Lancinating headache, chiefly in temples and forehead; agg. from stooping and moving head, eyes, and lower jaw; amel. when raising head and from heat.
Violent headaches about inner temples.
The headaches are amel. by pressing the forehead.
Strong tendency to take cold in head, esp. when exposed to a draught after being heated (from it headache or toothache).
Painful and purulent tumours in scalp, like beginning blood-boils; more painful from pressure and motion, and less so from external heat; accompanied by itching, as if in bones of head, with great dryness of hair.
Scabby eruption on scalp.
Falling off and dryness of hair, esp. on temples, eyebrows, and beard, with violent burning-itching of the scalp in morning, and evening; the scalp oozes if scratched.≡ more ...