Pediculus Capitis - Modalities EtcHead-louse, Pediculus Ped.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Pediculus Capitis in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
(Morning), On rising, confusion of the head; beating in right temple; dull pain in head; pressure and throbbing in brain; 8 A.M., scraping in throat; pimples on nape of neck; sleeplessness.
(Forenoon), 7 A.M., headache; 10 A.M., headache and pressure in nasal protuberance; 11 A.M., headache, with dizziness and nausea, frontal headache; 9 P.M., dizziness, faintness, horripilation in left half of scalp; itching, redness, and swelling of the veins of the hands.
(Noon), Cold hands, with heat of face.
(Afternoon), 3 P.M., merry mood; 5 to 7 P.M., headache; 1.30 P.M., weakness of sight; 4 P.M., heat in ear; 3 P.M., heat and redness of cheeks; 4 to 6 P.M., suffocating feeling in chest; 4 P.M. till evening, weariness of knee and leg; 5 P.M., itching on nape of neck, chilliness, coldness; 3 to 8 P.M., yawning.
(Night), Dizziness; itching.
(After dinner), Colic; diarrhoea.
(Eating), Cracking in right ear.
(Putting feet in hot water), Red pimples on feet.
(Sitting), Itching all over.
(Standing), Pain in loins; weariness of knees; weariness.
(Stooping), Headache; Lancinations in head.
(Swallowing), Scraping in tonsils.
(Walking), Headache; lancinations in forehead; dimness of sight; ganglion painful under foot; itching all over.
(Whistling), Whizzing in ears.