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Kali Carbonicum - Vertigo, Dizziness 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.



Vertigo, as if intoxicated, while walking, so that he staggers from one side to the other.

Vertigo, like reeling, while standing and walking; better in the open air.

Vertigo, especially after eating.

Vertigo, at once on rising, as if her head were too light; she has to hold on to something.

After, on turning around.

Vertigo, on quickly turning the body and the head.

Giddy in the head, chiefly in the morning and evening.

Very giddy, also while sitting (aft. 30 h.).

Vertigo while sitting, as if tottering to and fro (before a meal.).

Vertigo while sitting, so that he dares not rise for fear of falling.

Vertigo, while writing and in the open air, everything whirls around with him.

Pressure in the forehead, with photophobia.

Pressure and squeezing in the right temple (11th. 19th and 20th d.).

Pressure in the right temple, from morn till noon (aft. 11 d.).

Pressure in the forehead, in the evening on going to sleep, with qualmy nausea, as if he had spoiled his stomach; easier by resting, aggravated by walking.

Severe pressure in the occiput, with ebullition in the head and sensation of heaviness while standing.

Pressure and drawing tearing in the sinciput, extending to the eyes and the root of the nose (14th, 17th, 18th, and 21st d.).

Severe pressure and drawing in the forehead, in the evening.

Pressure and burning deep in the occiput, with heaviness in the head and tendency to fall forward.

Pressure on top of the head, in the evening.

Pressure into the right side of the cranium, after rising from a stooping position.

Shooting pressure, inward into the left temple.

Severe outward pressing in the whole frontal region, while writing.

Severe outward pressure over the left eye, as if the brain would press forward.

Sensation in the forehead, as if it would burst her sinciput, in frequent short paroxysms.

Sensation of fullness in the head, as if the brain pressed close upon the cranium.

Heaviness in the occiput, as if it was filled with lead, the head always falls backward, with stiffness in the nape, extending to between the scapulae.

Heaviness in the occiput, like numbness.

Severe sensation of heaviness in the left side of the head.

Drawing in the forehead, in the forenoon and at midnight (2d, 30th d.).

Drawing and tearing on the vertex of the head (33d. 34th d.).

Tearing drawing in the left half of the head, above in front of and within the temple (12th, 19th, 25th d.).

Drawing in the occiput and nape, especially on the right side, with stiffness.

Tearing in the left frontal protuberance (25th d.).

Tearing from the left temple into the articulation of the jaw, in the evening.

Tearing in the left and the right temples, also in the left parietal bone.

Tearing now on the right, now on the left side of the occiput, then in the forehead (1st d.).

Twitching in the left temple.

Shooting in the temples.

Shooting in the temples, causing fright and screaming; in the right temple attended with tearing.

Stitch above the left temple and immediately afterward a stitch outward in the middle of the forehead.

Pricking in the forehead, as from needles.

Shooting in the sinciput.

Stitches in the forehead, in the morning.

Stitches on the upper part of the forehead and over the temples, on moving the lower jaw.

Stitches extending from the nape up into the occiput.

Stitches in the occiput, on treading and stooping, as if they were in the surface of the brain.

Stitch through the right side of the head, from behind forward.

Stitches through the whole head.

Dull shooting in the head (1st d.).

A burrowing throbbing in the frontal bone, above the left eye.

Rush of blood to the head, and intoxication therefrom.

Great warmth in the head, especially on the right side of the face, frequently (5th d.).

Rising heat in the head, in the evening, before lying down; it goes off in bed.

Sensation in the forehead, as if a hot body had fallen forward in it; frequently recurring when stooping and writing; it goes off on rising up.

Sensation when stooping as if something descended from the occiput toward the forehead.

Constant sensation, as if there was something detached in the head, which turned and twisted toward the forehead.

Humming, resounding tingling in the right temple.

Single tearing stitches in the left temple, extending into the zygoma.

Fine stitches, externally, on various parts of the head.

His head was jerked several times toward the left, without loss of consciousness, after which the nape became, as it were stiff.

Chill on the head.

Frequent itching of the head, chiefly on the occiput.

A large, yellow, scaly spot on the upper part of the forehead.

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