DULCAMARA



Before midnight boring headache from within, [We.]

Boring headache in the right temple (aft. 23 h.). [We.]

The headache never involves the whole head, but only quite a small spot, where it shows itself as pressure as with a blunt instrument. [Gss.]

All the afternoon a dull headache, especially in the left frontal protuberance. [Ng.]

30. In the evening the dull pressive headache became more severe, with increasing coryza. [Ng.]

30. In the evening the dull pressive headache became more severe, with increasing coryza. [Ng.]

Painful stupefying aching in the left side of the vertex (aft. 3 h.). [Ng.]

Aching stupefying pain in the occiput, from the nape upwards. [Rkt.]

In the temples a pressure, as with a blunt instrument, at one time on the right, at another on the left side. [Gss.]

Dull feeling in the forehead and root of the nose, as if he had a board in front of the head. [Gss.]

35. Towards evening, when walking in the open air, headache like a pressing outwards. [We.]

Quite late in the evening out-pressing pain in the left frontal protuberance. [Ng.]

Out-pressing pain in jerks in the sinciput, worse when moving. [Ng.]

Drawing pressure in the left frontal protuberance (6th d.). [Ng.]

Aching drawing in the left temporal region, in the afternoon. [Ng.]

40. Headache, drawing from both temples inwards. [We.]

Aching tearing in the temples in fits. [Gss.]

Aching beating in the left side of the forehead with whirling feeling. [Ng.]

Tearing compression in the top of the head. [Gss.]

Intermitting tearing in the left temple. [Gss.]

45. Stitches in the head, so that she got angry over it, mostly in the evening; relieved when lying.

A very slow pricking in the occiput, as with a needle, that was always drawn back again. [We.]

Deep in the brain violent shooting in the sinciput, with nausea. [Mr.]

Intermitting pressure on the left of the crown, as if a blunt instrument were pressed into the head. [Gss.]

Sensation as if the occiput were enlarged. [We.]

50. Pressing pain in the left occiputal bone. [We.]

Headache in the occiput, in the evening in bed.[We.]

Slow drawing pain through the whole brain, especially in the evening (aft. ΒΌ h.).

In the evening when eating a drawing pain on the skull to the nasal bones, where to became contractive.[We.]

From the frontal protuberance there is a drawing down to the tip of the nose in rapid jerks. [Gss.]

55. A slight drawing in the left frontal protuberance, especially on stooping forwards. [Ng.]

On the head, just over the left ear, a stupefying pain, as if some one pressed with a blunt instrument into the head. [Gss.]

On the forehead lumps, touching which causes shooting pain.

Aching tensive pain over the right eye (aft. 3 h.). [Wr.]

Boring pain over the right palpebral arch from within outwards.

60. Contractive pain at the supra-orbital border. [Gss.]

Aching in the eyes when reading and at other times, but aggravated by reading. [Rkt.]

When she walks in the sun it is as if fire flew out of the eyes, as also in the room.

Sparks before the eyes. [PIQUOT, l. c.]

Commencement of amaurosis and such weakness of the eyes that he saw al objects, both ear and distant, as if through a veil; the upper lid was as if half paralysed, as if it would fall down. [Mr.]

65. Dim vision. (With S. 11.)[CARRERE, l. c.]

Inflammation of the eyes (chemosis). [TODE, (Cannot be traced for want of reference.) – STARCKE, l. c.]

Painless pressure on the left zygoma (immediately). [Gss.]

Ringing in the ears. [Rkt.]

Ringing in the ears.

70. Clear ringing in the ears. (a. 4 to 8 d.). [Stf.]

A kind of pricking in the left ear and then in the right, as if every cold air had penetrated into the ear. [We.]

Tearing in the left ear intermingled with shooting from within outwards; a drumming and bubbling before the ear, he does not hear well afterwards; on opening the mouth a cracking in the ear as if something broken were in it. [Ts. Hb.]

Squeezing pain in the left ear, at the same time great nausea. [Ts. Hb.]

Frightful earache all night, he cannot sleep on account of it. In the morning the pain ceased all at once, but there remained a roaring before the ear for some time. [Ts. Hb.]

75. In the left ear, a pinching stitch towards the membrana tympani. [We.]

Fine pricks in the meatus auditorious and parotid gland. [Rt., senr.]

Squeezing, accompanied by small pricks, in the right ear. [We.]

Transient drawing in the external meatus. [Gss.]

Below the left ear, towards the ramus of the lower jaw, a cramp-like contraction. [Gss.]

80. There occurred such a violent bleeding of the nose that the blood lost amounted to four ounces; it was bright red, flowed very warm out of the left nostril, with a pressure continued after the profuse haemorrhage. [Ng.]

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.