Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Mezereum in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Very sad, every trifle affected him disagreeably; blunted as to all impressions from without, he does not take pleasure in anything, indisposed to work.
Hypochondriac and melancholy, nothing pleases him, every thing seemed to him as if dead, and nothing made a vivid impression on him.
Weeps for a fortnight.
Apprehensiveness in the scrobiculus cordis, as if he expected something disagreeable.
Anxiety, in the evening, with trembling of the limbs and of the whole body.
Great anguish, with violent palpitation, at noon before dinner; she could not keep up, but had to lie down.
Restless when alone, he wishes to be in company.
Introverted, tired of life and longing for death.
With morose face, he always looks down and is very cross.
None but disagreeable, annoying thoughts come into his mind.
Sensitive, peevish mood.
He looks extremely peevish, pale, cachectic and emaciated.
Constantly peevish and cross.
Disposed to reproach others.
Inclined to quarrel.
Violent boiling over with passion about trifles, for which he is soon sorry.
He finds it difficult to come to a determination.
Very absent-minded, he could not long confine himself to one subject; his thoughts carried him away with them.
While she talks with a person, her thoughts leave her.
He can not recall what he has heard just before; whenever anyone interrupts him, it disturbs and confuses his thoughts.
He does not work with the proper freedom of mind, his thoughts leave him, and he has carefully to collect himself, so as not to think of something else.
He cannot comprehend anything properly, nor think about things; not even recall things from memory; his thoughts leave him, as soon as he commences to reflect, and gloom and pressure occupy his sinciput.
He would vacantly look through the windows for hours, without becoming conscious of what he was, and without then thinking about anything.
Thinking is difficult to him; reading and listening leaves him indifferent; he is less affected than usual by what happens to him; mental apathy.
He feels stupid in the head, so that often he knew not what he wanted.
Stupid, dizzy, with vertigo in the head, so that he doe snot know what he is doing.
Dull and heavy in the head.
Dull in the head, reading is difficult and he has to read things over in order to understand them.
Stupid, intoxicated, with sensation in the head as from a nightly carousal, or as from excessive pollutions.
Very much intoxicated, he talks without reflection; but is good humored and exceedingly merry withal (1st d.).
Numb feeling in the head, it feels freer after eating.
The sinciput and the occiput feel benumbed in the evening, like a dull stupefaction.
Benumbed feeling of the head all day, with pressure in the temples.
Confusion and sensation of pressure in the whole of the head, especially above the eyes.≡ more ...