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Kali Carbonicum - Head symptoms - Hahnemann

Carbonate Of Potassium, Kali Carb, Kali-Carb, Kali-carb, Kalium Carbonicum, Kali-c.

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HPUS indication of Kali Carbonicum: Wheezing

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


Beating tearing, on the right side of the occiput, close to the nape (16th d.).

Beating and throbbing in the forehead, and especially in the side of the head, with frequent intermissions; also after dinner, while walking and standing.

Beating pain in the sinciput.

Beating (throbbing) pain in the upper left side of the head; by pressing on it, the pain becomes more violent and lancinating; more external.


Headache relieved by sitting up in bed, worse when lying down.

Headache in the morning on awaking, for a quarter of an hour, for several mornings.

Headache in the vertex, when pressing on the head.

Cruel headache, through the eyes.

Fits of headache on one side the right and the left with lassitude and lack of tone, almost producing nausea, in the evening.

Violent pain in the whole head, with throbbing and shooting in the knees, which goes off by motion; in the evening.

Pressive headache.

Pressive headache in the forehead, in the afternoon when walking, attended with peevishness (13th, 19th and 20th d.).

Violent pressure all over the skull and down the nape; throbbing in the head and in the whole body; the pain will not bear the least touch, and is aggravated by paroxysms, with violent nausea and vomiting of bile.

Squeezing pressive pain in the forehead, with vomiting of mucus and acid.

Pressive headache in the left temple (6th d.).

Pressive pain in the forehead, like numbness.

Pressure above the eyes, with violent pain in the whole sinciput.

Pressive pain in the occiput, toward the nape, going off in the open air.

Violent pressive pain in the whole head, with a shivering chill over the whole body, chiefly in the forenoon.

Pressive headache, from both temples toward the middle.

Boring pressing pain from without inward, above the left eye.

Pain pressing outward, in the right temple.

Heaviness and painfulness of the sinciput.

Squeezing pain in the whole of the upper part of the head, especially on the left side.

Squeezing pain in the left temple in paroxysms, also tearing.

Twitching tearing pain in the head.

Twitching headache, the whole day.

Violent shooting in the forehead, the whole day, and at times also on the left side of the head; with violent pains in the chest, and icy coldness in the limbs.

Painful throbbing in the head, when she wants to write.

Ulcerative pain in the head after dinner; she had to lie down, which relieved it.

Warm rising of blood to the head, with ebullition in the body, and a few hours afterward, a slight headache (at once).

Burning, painful sensation of heat in the head.

Painful feeling, as of something moveable in the head, worse on moving the head.

Painful turning and twisting in the head.

Shaking headache.

Crawling pain above the forehead.

Externally on the temple, an acute pressive pain.

Shooting pain externally on the head and in the nape, with a shooting swelling on the cheek, and shooting in the teeth.

Painless, clucking muscular twitches in the right temple.

The head readily takes cold, causing headache and toothache.

Large, red pimples on the left frontal protuberance, painful when touched, and suppurating afterwards (aft. 32 d.).

Painful lump on the right side of the head, as if a furuncle was forming (aft. 6 d.).


Slight fit of vertigo, as often as he rises from his chair and turns around.

Itching of the hairy scalp.

Itching of the skin of the scalp, with sore pain on scratching it.

Pimples on the hairy scalp.

Dryness of the hair of the head.

Falling out of the hair.

Falling out of the hair of the head.

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