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



Oxeodaphne Californica.

Common names, Kalmia Latifolia Mountain Laurel of California.

Authority. J. Murray Moore, Month. Hom. Rev., vol. xxii. 1878, p. 485.

One morning I took 5 drops of this tincture (of the leaves), and experienced no symptoms except a confusion in the head. After six hours 10 drops more were taken, and dizziness, worse on stooping or on moving about, came on, followed by a dull, pressive, fronto-occipital headache. This headache passed off during the night's rest. The urine, etc., were unaffected. Olfaction of this tincture produced on me a most intense headache of a similar nature. I next tried the effect of olfaction on such of my friends as were willing. On almost all occasions the following sensations were produced, immediately after a few brief "sniffs," indeed, in two sensitives one sniff was sufficient An intense aching, with pressure at the inner angle of the orbit, right or left, generally the latter, but never in both simultaneously, extending through the brain and across the scalp to the base of the occiput. This headache lasted for half an hour to seven hours, was aggravated by light, noise and moving, and relieved by closing the eyes and by perfect quiet.

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