Tarentula Hispanica - Head symptoms - ClarkeSpanish Spider, Tarantula, Tarentula Hispana, Tarentula, hispanica, Tarentula hispanica, Tarentula hispania, Tarent hisp, Tarent.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Tarentula Hispanica in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Contortions and extraordinary movements of head and hands, with rage and nervous agitation.
Must move head from r. to l. and hit it against some object, with crossness.
Head heavy, difficult to open eyes; tendency to incline head backward.
Neuralgia of temples.
Headache on waking compels her to lie down again.
Headache with giddiness when fixing the sight on any object.
Pain in head and heart with cough and nausea, morning on waking.
Deep, intense headache, with restlessness, compelling to move from place to place; the pain flies to forehead and occiput with photophobia; a strong light compels to complain and swear.
Compression; hammering; lancinating; burning pains in head.
Headache agg. by touch.
Inclining head forward agg. frontal pain; inclining backward agg. occipital pain; inclining to either side agg. pain in that side.
Frontal headache, pain in vertex and parietal bones, as if cold water was poured on the head, with great noise internally.
From 3 to 7 p.m. pain in forehead, esp. r. side.
Pain in upper and middle part of head extending to cheek-bones, with nausea and desire to vomit.
Headache particularly affecting l. eye.
Lancinating pain l. side of head; with itching of r. ear.
Pains extending to occiput, with necessity of shutting the hands, which amel.
Headache on occiput and temples when coughing, as if striking it with a hammer.
Pain in occiput as if struck with a hammer; burning, scorching; with burning thirst; as if a nail driven in; compression, extending towards neck.
Great burning in head, the hair troubles to the point of wanting to remove it; continually tossing head without finding a place where to rest it; uneasiness, impatience; ill-humour, oppressive breathing and desire to pull out her hair.≡ more ...