Staphysagria - Head symptoms - ClarkeStavesacre, Staphis, Staphisag, Staphisagria, Staph.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Staphysagria in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Head confused and embarrassed; dull feeling of head with inability to perform any mental labour.
Fine, burning, needle-like stitches, externally on vertex.
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Heaviness in head, esp. forehead, above root of nose (amel. by resting head upon hand).
Pressing in forehead as from a very heavy lump (wedge of wood or plug) which will not be shaken off; agg. in morning, from motion and from stooping; amel. when at rest, and when leaning head against something.
Dulness in small spot in middle of forehead.
Violent pressing boring stitches in l. half of forehead, from within outward, in morning.
Drawing, tearing, or lancinating pressure in the head.
Burning in l. temple; internally and externally, as if bones would be pressed out, agg. from touch.
Sensation as if brain were loose.
Feeling as if occiput were hollow or empty, or as if brain were not large enough for the space.
Feeling as if all back part of brain was wood and couldn't think.
Feeling as if the occiput were compressed, internally and externally.
Head becomes more pulled down (agg. in an old rheumatic.)
Moist, fetid scald-head, with violent itching.
Humid, scalding-itching, fetid eruption on back part of head, sides of head, and behind ears; when scratching, the itching changes place, but makes it more humid.
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Hard, pressive pain in vertex.
Headache in the morning on waking, as if brain were bruised.
Stupefying, pressing headache, as if brain were compressed.
(Stupefying headache that she had had for three days goes away at once.)
Pain in l. side of head with inability to keep eyelids open (produced.)
Stunning pain in the head, sometimes alternately with boring.
Headache, as if forehead were about to split, on moving it, or on stooping.
Compressive or expansive pains in head.
Semilateral headache, as if a nail were driven into brain.
Rheumatic and drawing pains in exterior of head.
Neuralgia of scalp.
Tingling itching, sometimes also gnawing, in scalp, with pain as of excoriation; the skin peels off, with itching and biting; agg. in evening and from getting warm.
Much itching dandriff on scalp.
(Eczema of scalp and other parts.)
Scald-head; hair matted together, very stinking.
Falling off of hair.≡ more ...