Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Nitric Acid in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Rush of blood to the head and he feels dizzy.
Vertigo, on rising from stooping (4th d.).
Vertigo in the evening, immediately after lying down to sleep.
Severe vertigo in the evening; on rising from her seat, she could hardly stand up.
Vertigo, in the morning on rising, with obscuration of vision, he had to sit down.
Vertigo, as if he would lose his consciousness.
Vertigo and lassitude, in the morning, just after rising, so that she had to hold on to something.
Vertigo at night, on rising, so that she knew not where she was.
Vertigo with nausea, in the morning, and after some minutes, eructation.
Vertigo with pulsation in the head, and pressure in the middle of the brain, in the evening.
The head is sensitive to the rumbling of carriages and loud foot-steps (aft. 13 d.).
Heaviness and numb feeling in the head, with nausea.
Heaviness of the head in the temples, with frequent chills.
Sensation as if some one was violently pressing her head forward.
Sensation of fullness in the head.
Sensation in the head as from a severe coryza, but without any particular discharge of mucus.
Pressure in the upper part of the head, in the temples and in the eyes, as if pressed upon with the thumb (aft. 9 d.).
Pressure in the forehead, in the morning, every day, for half an hour.
Pressure in the sinciput and on the eyes, which are then more immovable.
Intense downward pressure in the head, with very severe coryza.
Pressure in the head and heaviness in the lower limbs (the first days).
Drawing in the temporal muscles.
Drawing, now in the right side of the head above the orbit, then on the left side near the ear.
Cramp-like, squeezing drawing in the head, which feels gloomy and confused.
Drawing and shooting in the integuments of the head.
Twitching in the lower left part of the brain, extending from the front backward.
Twitching in the left half of the temple, toward the temple.
Shooting in the left temple, in the evening, not at night.
Shooting in almost all parts of the head.
Shooting in both the occipital protuberances, extending into the lower jaw.
Violent stitches in the right temple (aft. 16 d.).
Violent stitches in the left side of the occiput during breakfast, so that the head is drawn backward, and the breath arrested.
Shooting above the eyes, daily, for half an hour in the morning.
Boring stitches in the crown, in the evening.
Jerking throbs in the head, when stooping and when lying down.
Jerks in the head, in the evening.
Throbbing in the occiput.
Rush of blood to the head.
When stooping, the blood rushes of his head, so that it feels as if weighted a hundred weight (aft. 16 d.).
Rush of blood to the head, with heat in it.
Heat in the head, the whole day.
Much heat and pain in the head, with vertigo while walking. (aft. 6 d.).
Roaring in the head.
Constant resounding throbbing in the head.
Formication on the right side of the head, about the ear.
Tingling sensation of being asleep and of numbness on the head.
Sensation on the head as of burning points or sparks.
He often feels, as it were, hot about the head.
The head perspires very easily.
Frequent perspiration of the forehead.
Many furuncles about the head, on the chin, on the nape, etc.≡ more ...