Confusion of the head. [C. E. Fischer, (Effects of china in agues.) in Hufel Journal, iv, pp. 652, 653. 657.]

Confusion of the head, like vertigo from dancing and as in catarrh. (Comp. with 11 and 49.)

10. Confusion and emptiness in the head and laziness of the body as from watching at night and sleeplessness. (10, 15, 21, comp. with 6, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16 and 23.) (aft. 1 h.).

Confusion of the head, like a catarrh. § (aft. 9 d.). [Ws.]

Confusion of the head in the forehead. [Hbg.]

Confusion of the head, as after a debauch, with aching in the temples. [Hbg.]

A cloudiness spread all over the head, for half an hour. (aft. ¾ h.). [Htg.]

15. Stupefaction of the head, with aching in the forehead (aft. ¼ h.).

A dull feeling in the lower part of the head behind, as from awaking from sleep. [Bch.]

Heaviness of the head (at noon vertigo rises up into the head, without pain). (17, 20, comp. with 6, 8, 11, 12, 13, `4, 16 and 23.)

Heaviness of the head (18, 19, 22, see 17, 20) [J. E. STAHL. (As) in various works, particularly in his Diss. Problem. De febribus.]

Heaviness in the head, which tends to sink backwards, when sitting. [Hrr.]

20. Headache, like heaviness and heat in it, worst when turning the eyes, at the same time with twitching pains in the temples.

In the morning, on awaking from sleep, dull, stupefying headache.

In the morning, on awaking from sleep, heaviness of the head and weariness in all the limbs. [Lhm.]

In the morning, quite dazed in the head, as after a debauch, with dryness in the mouth. [Fz.]

Headache in the frontal region. [Fz.- Css.]

25. Aching shooting pain in the forehead and temple of one side (aft. 4 h.).

Headache in the temples. [Hbg.]

Headache, exhaustion, then some coldness. [Fz.]

Aching pain in the occiput. (28, 29, 30, 31, 33, 34, 36, see 35 and 39.) (aft. 3 h.). [Myr.]

Pressure on the left temple. [Hrr.]

30. Compression in the temples (aft. 5 h.). [Fz.]

In the evening, aching pain in the temple. [Fz.]

Headache from afternoon till evening, an aching in the middle of the forehead.

Aching pain in the right side of the forehead. [Gss.]

Aching pain in the forehead; on bending backwards it came with increased intensity in both temples; when sitting it remained confined to the forehead. [Bch.]

35. Aching pain when walking, first over the forehead, then in the temples. (Comp. with 28, 29, 30, 31, 33, 34, 26, 39.) (aft. 6 h.).

Headache, first an aching in the forehead, which then spreads all over the head. [Bch.]

Headache as if the brain was compressed from both sides and pressed out at the forehead, very much increased by walking in the open air.

Violent aching pains deep in the brain, and like constriction, especially in the right side of the forehead and in the occiput, very much increased by walking. (See 37, 40 – 46, 48, 50, 51, 53- 63, 65-67, 69, 70.) [An.]

Aching pain, especially in the occiput. [An.]

40. Aching, pressing headache, which is aggravated by open air (aft. 9 h.). [Htn.]

Hard pressure in the occiput, as if the cerebellum were pressed out (aft. 5.1/2 h.). [Myr.]

Painful aching and pressing in the head, towards the forehead, as if all were too heavy and would be pressed out, relieved by pressing strongly on it with the hand (aft. 8 h.). [Htn.]

Aching pressing headache in the side towards which he leans. [Htn.]

A kind of aching, as if oppressed ithe head, with frontal sweat (aft. ½ h.). [Wr.]

45. An aching, like fulness, in the head just over the eyes(aft. 2 h.). [Wr.]

The brain feels as if pressed by excess of blood. (37, 46, comp. with 38 and 40-45, 48 and 70.)

Headache over the orbits, which comes on in the forenoon hours, is increased by walking, but is removed by the mid-day meal (aft. 18 h.).

Headache as if the brain were kneaded together, with too great excitement of the mind, restlessness, inordinate and too rapid attentiveness and over-strainedness of the imagination. [Fz.]

Headache in the temples like stuffed coryza. (Comp. with 9 and 11.).

50. Pressive tearing in the temporal region as if it would press out the bone. (Tearing (drawing) pressure, and pressive tearing (drawing), seems to be a chief character of pain with china, see also, 686, 687, 739, 746, 779, 780.) [Hrr.]

Tearing pain in the left temple. [Lr.]

Headache now in one part then in another part of the brain.

Tearing on several spots in the head, aggravated by walking and by moving the head. [Hrr.]

Tearing headache from the right occiputal bone to the right frontal protuberance. [Hrr.]

55.Drawing headache from the occiput to the forehead, as if the whole forehead were contracted, which ended in the temples like a beating; it was alleviated by walking, increased by sitting and standing, and ceased by pressing on it with the hand. [Trn.]

Drawing headache in the occiput, when sitting. [Fz.]

Drawing pain in the head behind the ears to the mastoid process. [Htg.]

Drawing pain in the left side of the occiput; that goes off on bending back the head. [Fz.]

Drawing pain in the forehead. [Hbg.]

60. When he places his hand on his forehead there occurs there a to-and-fro drawing pain. [Fz.]

Violent twitching tearing on several spots in the head, which is increased by movement and by walking, diminished when lying (aft. 1 h.). [Hrr.]

Twitching tearing on the frontal protuberances. [Gss.]

Twitching tearing in the right temporal region, for three days. [Hrr.]

Twitching headache in the temple to the upper jaw. (Comp. with 65, 66, also partlywith 61, 62, 63.)

65. Twitching from both parietal bones of the head along the neck. (63, 65, see 64.). [Hbg.]

Headache, like a twitching towards the forehead, increasing in severity till evening, when it went off. [Ln.]

Digging headache in the left side of the forehead, when he sits doing nothing, or occupies himself with something for which he has no inclination. [Gss.]

Headache, first spasmodic in the vertex, then on the side of the head as if bruised, increased by the slightest movement.

Headache, a digging in the left side of the head, when sitting (aft. 9.1/4 h.). [Htn.]

70. Headache so painful, as if the skull would burst asunder; the brain beats in an undulating manner against the skull. [Trn.]

Violent hammering in the head towards the temples. [Ln.]

Headache in the left parietal bone, like beating. [Hbg.]

An uninterrupted, dull, cutting pain from both temples and occiput up into the orbits, more acute and severe when moving and when stooping. [Lhm.]

Shooting headache, especially in the left frontal region (aft. 1.1/2 h.). [Htg.]

75. Shooting betwixt forehead and temple on the left side; on touching the temple he felt a strong throbbing of the artery, and the shooting went off by this touching. (Comp. especially with 80, also with 74, 76, 77, 78.)

Betwixt forehead and vertex burning, severe stitches. [Htg.]

Continued shooting sensation in the right temple. [Wth.]

Shooting headache in the forehead (when sitting). [Lr.]

Fine shooting in the temple. [Fz.]

80. Shooting headache between the right temple and forehead, with strong pulsation of the temporal artery. (See 76.) (aft. ½ h.). [An.]

Single stitches, which darted from the internal ear upwards through the brain. [Trn.]

Shooting tearing on several parts in the head, increased by moving the head. [Hrr.]

Headache when walking in the wind, compounded of bruised and sore pain.

Headache, as if the brain were sore, which is increased by the slightest touching of the head or any part of it, but especially by strained attention and profound reflection, indeed, even by speaking.

85. The integuments of the whole head are so sensitive to touch that all thereon is painful, and the roots of the hair in especial seem to suffer (aft. 36 h.). [Gss.]

Painful drawing on the right side of the occiput. [Fz.]

Drawing pain in the occiput joint when touched, so that he must bend the head backwards. [Fz.]

Painful drawing in the occiputal bone. [Fz.]

Contractive pain on the left side of the occiput in the skin. [Gss.]

90. Contractive, external pain on the left side of the occiput; it feels as if the skin were drawn together on one point; not increased by touching. [Hrr.]

Pain as if the skin on the upper part of the head was grasped by a whole hand. [Gss.]

A pain drawing together in a circle on the middle of the head superiorly (aft. ½ h.). [Hrr.]

Sweat among the hair of the head.

Profuse sweat among the hair of the head.

Profuse sweat among the hair of the head when walking in the open air.

95. Sharp stitches on the left side of the hairy scalp. [Fz.]

Shooting itching in the hairy scalp (aft. 1 h.). [Fz.]

(A crawling in the skin of the forehead.)

Shooting aching externally on the left frontal protuberance, accompanied by vertigo and some nausea in the throat. [Hrr.]

Shooting aching on the right from protuberance, more violent when touched (aft. 10 m.). [Hrr.]

100. Frequent alteration of the colour of the face.

Paleness of the face. (101 to 104, comp. with 105.)

Bad, earthy complexion.

Pinched, pale face.

Hippoctratic face (pointed nose, hollow eyes with blue rings), indifference, insensibility; he wants to know nothing about those around him, nothing about things that he most liked (aft. 1 h.).

Samuel Hahnemann
Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843) was the founder of Homoeopathy. He is called the Father of Experimental Pharmacology because he was the first physician to prepare medicines in a specialized way; proving them on healthy human beings, to determine how the medicines acted to cure diseases.

Hahnemann's three major publications chart the development of homeopathy. In the Organon of Medicine, we see the fundamentals laid out. Materia Medica Pura records the exact symptoms of the remedy provings. In his book, The Chronic Diseases, Their Peculiar Nature and Their Homoeopathic Cure, he showed us how natural diseases become chronic in nature when suppressed by improper treatment.