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Oleander - Head symptoms - T.F. Allen

Nerium Odorum, Rose-laurel, Oleand, Olnd.

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HPUS indication of Oleander: Lightheadedness

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


A few beatings in the forepart of the forehead, as with a hammer, in a small spot,


Pain in the forehead, as if it would burst,

A pressive pain in the head, from within outward, above the forehead (after eleven hours and a half),

Pressive headache, from within outward, at the forehead (after four, and twenty-four hours),

Sudden stupefying pain in the forepart of the forehead, as from a dull blow,

Pain, slowly throbbing, like a pulse, in the forehead,

Violent pressive pain in the temples, at one time higher up, at another lower down, while chewing,

Pressive pain in the left temple drawing upward and downward, disappearing in the open air,

Pain, like a shock, in the left temple,

Pinching pain in the right temple,

Contractive burning pain, externally on the left side of the vertex,

Sharp pressive pain externally on the left side of the occiput,


Itching papular eruption on the scalp,

Desquamation of the epidermis of the scalp,

Violent gnawing itching on the scalp, as from lice; after scratching, a smarting as if scratched raw,

Gnawing itching on the scalp, that obliged scratching,

Gnawing itching, as from vermin, over the whole scalp, that obliges scratching alternately all day (after fifty-six hours),

Constant biting itching on the scalp, at night, as from lice,


Acute pressure in the left frontal eminence, from within outward, disappearing after pressing the hand upon it (after one hour and a quarter),

Pressive uneasiness about the forehead,

Pressure on the right frontal eminence,

A dull compression in the forehead,

Temple and Vertex.

A slight drawing in the left temple,

A sensation like that caused by yawning, in the left temple and in the external meatus auditorius,

Deeply piercing sharp stitches in slow succession in the right side of the vertex,

Parietals and Occiput.

Stupefying pressure in the right side of the head, as if a dull instrument were slowly pressing inward,

Pressure on the right side of the head, as if it were pressed inward,

Dull pressure in a small spot in the occiput,

A tensive stitch in the occipital bone,

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