Lycopus Virginicus - Vertigo, Dizziness symptoms - T.F. AllenBugle-weed, Lycopus, Lycps.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Lycopus Virginicus in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Giddiness (third day); even while sitting (fourth evening),
Giddiness, with tendency to stagger to the right, in the forenoon (seventeenth day),
Giddiness, with tendency to stagger to the right, before retiring (fifteenth night),
Giddiness, with tendency to stagger to the right (thirty-second day),
Giddiness, with tendencies to stagger right and forward (tenth day),
Persistent giddiness while sitting, with staggering to right on walking, succeeding the nausea, in the evening (sixteenth day),
Persistent giddiness, commencing when walking in the open air, continuing after entering the house, while sitting, at 7 P.M. (twenty-third day),
Tendency to bear to the right in walking (first day),
Frontal and vertical portion of the head dull and pressing out at 8 A.M. (fourth day),
Severe, general headache, lasting several hours, in the afternoon (twenty-fourth day),
Severe, general headache, with giddiness, in the evening (eighteenth day),
Fronto-occipital headache, with toothache (after one hour, thirteenth day),
Severe fronto-occipital headache, from 3 to 7 P.M., succeeded by labored cardiac action (twenty-fifth day); slight return of headache at 3 P.M. (twenty-sixth day),
Slight pressure in head and eyes in the evening (thirteenth day),
Pressive cephalalgia during evening (fourth day), ; before rising was free from headache, which immediately slightly returned; not relieved by cold affusion; headache increased (after first dose, seventh morning),
Dull, oppressive headache at noon (seventeenth day),
General oppression of brain in forenoon (seventeenth day),
Oppressed feeling in brain, succeeded by subacute pain an inch below and to outer side of left nipple, quickly subsiding (five minutes after second dose, second day),
Acute darting from anterior superior angle of left parietal to malar bone at 2 P.M., succeeded by sensation as if the brain were compressed, followed by long-continued irritation of scalp over the line of pain (twentieth day),≡ more ...