Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sulphur in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Dizziness, with shooting in the head.
Dizziness, like a buzzing and humming, coming out at the forehead, when she walks fast or moves her head quickly.
Vertigo, while sitting; staggering, while rising.
Whirling vertigo, in the evening, after lying in bed for a quarter of an hour, as if he should faint, and everything turned about in his head; two evenings in succession.
Vertigo, if she lies on her back at night.
Vertigo, with some bleeding at the nose, in the morning.
Vertigo and weakness, in the morning when rising, causing him to fall.
Severe vertigo, in the morning on rising; as soon as he tried to stand, he every time fell over on the bed, this only ceased after half an hour (10th d.).
Brief vertigo, with tendency to fall sideways.
Vertigo while walking, like reeling.
Vertigo, with tendency to falling forward, when quickly rising from a seat.
Vertigo while walking; like a mist before the eyes, a staggering toward the left side, for several minutes (3d d.).
Dizzy unsteadiness in the head and the body, in the morning, for three hours, as if she stood on a vacillating floor (3d d.).
Vertigo, while stooping.
Vertigo, while walking in the open air (after supper), she could not stoop, nor look down, and had to hold on to something to keep from falling.
Vertigo, for eight minutes, while walking in the open air up a slight eminence; he could not tread firmly, while his senses were clouded (aft. 4 d.).
Fit of vertigo, while walking, and apprehensiveness, when she looks down before her; this also causes a swimming before the eyes.
Vertigo, when walking over running water, even so as to cause the person to fall down, and sensation of paralysis in all the parts.
Vertigo, in the evening, while standing, with rush of blood to the heart.
Vertigo, with inclination to vomit.
Vertigo, with inclination to vomit, with tendency to fall sideways, while walking in the open air.≡ more ...