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Muriaticum Acidum - Head symptoms - Hahnemann

Muriatic Acid, Muriat. Acid, Acidum muriaticum, Acid Mur, Mur-ac.

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


Heaviness in the forehead, pressing down toward the eyes, with a numb feeling; it ceases by pressing upon it.

Pressive heaviness in the head, in the morning, after rising, aggravated even to a confusion of the objects before the eyes, by looking strainedly at a particular object, with reeling and drowsiness.

Heaviness in the occiput, as if the head would sink backward, owing to weakness of the cervical muscles.

Pressure in the left side of the head.

Pressure from the middle of the brain outward toward the left side of the forehead.

Tension and shooting in the occiput, in the evening.

Tearing in the right parietal bone at times with stitches extending to the forehead, and drawing at times to the border of the orbit, occasionally with tickling in the left ear, and burning in the concha.

Severe tearing and shooting in the occiput.

Tearing and pressure by shocks in the forehead, toward the right orbit (aft. 5 h.).

Jerking tearing, with shocks, in both the halves of the occiput, extending into the forehead.

Severe shooting in the upper part of the head and the forehead, from noon till bed-time.

A stitch in the head, when blowing the nose.

Long oft-repeated stitches on both the frontal protuberances, toward the middle.

Shooting in the forehead, extending into the temple, aggravated by stooping and pressure.

Shooting in the right parietal bone, and then violent tearing in the right lobule and about the ear.

A stitch in the head, above the temple (aft. 1 h.).

A piercing stitch into the head, after rising from stooping, after dinner.

Sensation of looseness of the brain, when pulling a heavy load.

Sensation of burning in the head, especially in the forehead, in the morning, when stooping.

Rushing sound in the head.

Tension of the skin of the left side of the head.

Shooting tearing on the right temple (when standing), it disappeared on touching and in yawning.

Pulsation of the right temporal artery, when lying on it.

Dying off and going to sleep of the forehead.

Violent itching on the crown, even to scratching open the skin, not removed by scratching.

Pustules on the forehead and the temples, without sensation.

Eruption of pimples on the forehead, which within a day and night become confluent into a scurf.

Furuncle on the right temple.


Headache in the forehead and the occiput, which is aggravated, especially in the forehead, on raising the head in bed.

Headache from walking in the open air.

Pain on the left occipital protuberance, from walking in a rough wind.

Pain in the forehead, later it occupies the whole head.

Stupefying, pressive pain in the forehead, in all positions, it disappears when touched.

Headache in the whole head, as if the brain was torn and shattered, as in putrid fevers.

Headache as from incipient coryza, pressing toward the eyes, which disappeared while lying down, after frequent sneezing.

Pressive pain in the left temple.

Pressive headache, pressing from within outward, in the forehead and the temples.

Pressive pain in the anterior part of the brain, aggravated by moving the eyes.

Tensive, pressive headache from the occipital bone through the brain into the forehead.

Tensive pain in the right temple.

Twitching pain in the crown, several times, in the evening.

Tearing headache in the forehead.

Shooting headache.

Headache at 5 A.M., waking her from sleep, with severe shooting afterward above the right ear.

Boring pain in the vertex, seemingly from the skull into the brain.

Ulcerating pain, externally, in both temples and in the forehead.

Burning, pressive pain externally above the left eye.


Vertigo in the head, with tearing in the crown, and a sensation as if his hair was being pulled upward (6th d.).

Severe tearing in the crown, at times with the sensation as if the hair was pulled upward (6th d.).

Externally on the hairy scalp, sensation as of the hair standing on end after a fright.

Burning pain on the hairy scalp, above the temple.

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