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Spigelia Anthelmia - Head symptoms - Clarke

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HPUS indication of Spigelia Anthelmia: Headache

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


Giddiness when looking downwards.

Stitches in l. side of head and out of l. eye.

Sharp shaking just behind and above r. frontal eminence.

Stitches like electric sparks in head.

Pressing asunder in head, esp. in r. temple; agg. from motion and opening mouth; amel. while at rest.

Pressure in head, compressive or expansive, agg. by stooping.

Sensation of a tight band around head.

Sensation of soreness in forehead and vertex.

Tearing in forehead in paroxysms, with fixed eyes.

Pulsative lancinations in forehead, with noise as of hammering before the ears.

Commotions and blows in head, while walking in open air.

Shaking in brain at every step, and at every movement of head.

Head feels too large.


Neuralgic pains flying from one part to another.

Headache beginning in cerebellum, morning, spreading over l. side of head, causing violent and pulsating pain in t. temple and over l. eye, with stitches in left eye; returning periodically. Painfulness of cerebellum with stiffness of neck.

Headache like a heaviness; on drawing the facial muscles it seems as though the skull would burst upward and asunder.

Fine burrowing-tearing pains in brain, esp. violent in l. parietal bone; agg. on false step.

Pressive pain in r. side of head involving r. eye, morning in bed, agg. after rising; pain deeply seated, unaffected by pressure, very acute on motion; on suddenly turning head brain seemed loose; agg. every jar, step, even straining at stool.

Pains in head agg. by slightest movement, by least noise, and by opening mouth.

Headaches are agg. from least noise; amel. when lying with head high, and from washing head with cold water.

Painful tenderness of the occiput, with sensation of numbness and stiffness in nape of neck.

Periodical headaches.

Pain, as if head about to burst, when coughing and speaking loud.

Tearing, digging, or boring headache from within to without, in forehead, vertex, or cerebellum, agg. during movement.

Burning pain in exterior of forehead and temples as far as eyes.


Tension in scalp.

Painful tenderness of scalp when touched; agg. when moving the scalp.

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