Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Nitric Acid in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Great sensitiveness of head to noise of carriages, or to a heavy tread.
Sensation of fulness and heaviness in head, with tension and pressure extending into eyes.
Tearing in forehead, vertex, and occiput.
Lancinations in almost all parts of head, which sometimes compel patient to lie down, and disturb sleep at night.
Congestion of blood to head, with internal heat.
Flushing and great heat of head, with tendency to perspiration of head and general wave of heat (produced in man, 60, when taking 30th)
R. T. C.).
Humid eruption on head.
Humid, stinging-itching eruption on vertex and on temples, extending down to whiskers, bleeding very easily on scratching it, and feeling very sore when lying on it.
Ulcerated, running, and burning places on head.
Pressing headache from without to within, with nausea; agg. by noise; amel. on lying down or when riding in a carriage.
Headache, on waking in morning.
Attacks of headache, with nausea and vomiting.
Drawing and pressive pains in bones of head, with sensation as if they were constricted by a tape, agg. in evening and at night; amel. from cold air and while riding in a carriage.
Painful sensitiveness of scalp; a head-dress is oppressive.
Tension in scalp.
Itching of scalp.
Inflammatory swellings on the scalp, suppurating or becoming carious; most painful from external pressure or when lying on them.
Falling off of hair, with humid eruptions, paining as if splinters were thrust in, or when touched; also on the genitals, after abuse of Merc Viv Mercury; with nervous headaches, great debility and emaciation.≡ more ...