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Picricum Acidum - Head symptoms - Clarke

Picric Acid, Trinitrophenol, Ammonium Picrate, Ammon. Pic, Acidum picrinicum, Picrinicum adicum, Acidum Picricum, Pic-ac.

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HPUS indication of Picricum Acidum: Weakness

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


Heat and congestion of head with nose-bleed.

Pressure outward as if head would fly apart, at 8 p.m., agg. motion and study.

Heaviness; and dulness; alternating with emptiness.

Head feels as if failing forward.

Shooting from outside to centre of forehead in evening.

Aching in r, supra-orbital region; and in nape.

Throbbing over r. eye.

Pressure outward at sides of head at 9 p.m., agg. turning head, moving eyes or least motion, with sensation as if frontal bones would split open.

Contracted, squeezed sensation in l. hemisphere of brain at 6.30 p.m. on going into open air.

Confusion in base of brain.


Headache agg. rising, amel. open air; amel. pressure; amel. bandaging head; morning, probably from over-sleeping; in forenoon, agg. afternoon; in afternoon and evening, with trembling; in evening.

Intermittent, sharp, and vibrating pain in r. supra-orbital region.

Shooting from r. to l. temple with headache.

Neuralgic pain alternately in l. and r. temples.

Pain in r. lower occiput, with sensation as of a hand passing along r. parietal eminence.

Pain in occiput and in nape; pain in r. lower occiput, as if r. side of cerebellum were loose, 6 till 7 p.m., agg. walking, amel. quiet, with throbbing.

Heavy pain extending down neck and spine.

Heavy throbbing and burning pains, extending from nape to supra-orbital foramen and thence into eyes, which throb and feel sore to touch.

(Pain shooting up from spine into head.).


Headache in evening, with thirst and heat, chiefly in temples, and burning in external ears, agg. stooping, = vertigo, head feels too small, scalp sore to touch, sore aching in infra-orbital region.

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