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Sabina - Head symptoms - T.F. Allen

Sabine, Sabina Officinalis, Sabin.

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



The vertex is sensitive to touch, and when touched an aching pain is felt in the head,

Aching pain in the right sinciput,

Boring pain behind the right frontal eminence, in the coronal suture,

Raging pain in the forepart of the head,

Painful sensation in the right frontal eminence and in the right temple, as if the parts were pressed asunder; it comes suddenly, disappears gradually, and recurs frequently,

Drawing headache, first in the forehead, afterwards in the occiput,

Drawing headache in the forehead and temples, only in the daytime,

Painful pressure in the left frontal eminence, affecting the eyeball, which feels compressed,

The forehead was painful on motion, she could scarcely wrinkle it; a pain as if the skin had grown fast to the skull,

Smarting-stabbing pain, as if a sharp knife were plunged several times into the right frontal eminence, deep into the brain (after seventy-two hours),

Aching pain in the region of the left temporal bone, from within outward,

Aching pain in the region of the right and left temporal bone (third hour),

Transient pressive pain over the right temple (after three hours),

Painful pressing sensation in the right temple, from within outwards,

Painless drawing from the right temple to the forehead (after four hours),

Painful drawing in the left temple, when closing the eyes, accompanied with a painful pressure on the left upper eyelid (after one hour),

Sense of painful stricture over the temples (after twenty minutes),

Circumscribed pain in each temporal region (after ten minutes),

Pressing heaviness in the occiput, acutely painful, and relieved by strong pressure upon a hard cushion,

Painful pressing sensation in the right occiput, appearing and disappearing gradually (after three-quarters of an hour),

Pressive-tearing pain externally in the left occipital bone, as far as the left side of the frontal bone, in a curved direction across the left temporal bone, more violent when touched,

Sensation in the left side of the occiput, as if a sharp wind penetrated it, after which the sensation changes to a pressing-boring pain,


Pressure under the vertex, at dinner,


Pressing in the left side of the forehead,

Sudden pressure in the left frontal eminence, from without inward,

Sensation of pressure in the forehead, it stupefies him,

Tearing, with pressure in the right frontal eminence,


Transient aching above the right temple (after three hours),

Sensation in the right temple, as of a weight pressing inward, with frequently an acute sticking in the left frontal eminence, coming and going suddenly,


Heaviness of the occiput and nape of the neck, descending along the whole of the back down to the small of the back,

Dull pressure on both sides of the occiput (after half an hour),

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