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Natrum Carbonicum - Head symptoms - Hahnemann

Carbonate Of Sodium, Nat-carb, Natrium carbonicum, Nat Carb, natcarb, Nat-c.

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HPUS indication of Natrum Carbonicum: Head congestion

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

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Heaviness in the head, with burning in the eyes, almost daily after dinner.

Apprehensiveness in the head (aft. 3 d.).

Pressure and sense of heat, in the crown and in the forehead.

Constant pressure in the right side of the occiput.

Tension and drawing, in the right side of the occiput, as if it would draw the head backward.

Tearing in the whole head, the whole afternoon (13th d.).

Violent tearing in the right temple and the side of the forehead, only transiently passing off by pressing upon it (during the menses).

Violent cramp-like tearing in the forehead, extending into the eyes and the tip of the nose.

Tearing and shooting from the left frontal protuberance, extending behind the ear.

Shooting in the head, here and there, at various times, at times with burning, also in the evening, at times with a feeling of heat in the forehead.

Fine stitches in the left side of the head (6th d.).

Pressive shooting through the head, during bodily exercise.

Beating headache in the upper part of the head, daily, especially in the morning.

Beating and tearing in the left side of the head during the menses.

Intermittent throbbing, through the forehead, outward, just above the border of the orbit.

Throbbing in the vertex, which is very sensitive when pressed upon, after dinner.

Rush of blood to the head.

Violent rush of blood to the head, when stooping, as if everything was coming out at the forehead, with throbbing in the head, if he then lifts or carries anything; passing off when he raises his head (13th and 14th).

Violent rush of blood, with heat in the head, when he sits in the room, especially in the evening; for several days, even still on the twentieth day; in the open air and in the bed he does not feel anything of it.

Sensation of warmth in the forehead, with tension.

Sensation of internal warmth in the head, and in the eyes, without external heat of the face, but with thirst; also at night.

Much heat in the head, at various times and on various days.

Heat in the head, with sensation of heaviness and redness of the face, worst after noon.

Roaring of the blood in the head (3d d.).

Tension in the occiput.

Tumor on the occiput, more toward the nape, of long duration.


Constant headache, like a reeling in the head, and like painful obscuration of the mind, with subsequent heat in the head; relieved by exercise in the open air; aggravated while at rest and when sitting; two days in succession (aft. 10 d.).

Dull headache, like dreariness and drawing in the head, after dinner.

Dull headache, like a stupefying pressure in the forehead, in all positions.

Headache in the forehead, when quickly turning the head.

Headache, at noon, mostly in the lower part of the occiput.

Dull pain in the occiput.

Pain from the occiput to the crown.

Heaviness in the head, on awaking at night, with dull pressive pain and a flat taste in the mouth.

Sensation of painful emptiness in the occiput, with weakness and hoarseness of the voice.

Pressive pain in the left side of the forehead, in the morning, when rising.

Pressive pain in the right temple, from within outward.

Tensive pain, in the right frontal cavity.

Contractive pain in the head.

Pain, as if the forehead would burst open, especially after taking exercise, with sense of obstruction in the head, for many days, from 7 A.M. to 5 P.M.

Single, very acutely painful twitches in the head.

Painful throbbing, in the upper part of the head, seemingly in the bones.

External pain on the lower part of the occiput.

Transient, external headache, now here, now there, on the sides of the head, in the ear, etc. (aft. 48 h.).

Pain of the two occipital protuberances, when touched.

Pressive headache, external and internal.

Red, eruptive nodule on the forehead, with sore, burning pain and pus in the apex.

An almost painless tumor on the occiput, as large as a filbert.


Movement of the scalp from behind forward, and back again.

The hairs fall out rapidly, for many days.

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