Ferrum phos [Ferr-p]
Giddiness from rush of blood to the head, with flushing, throbbing or pressing pain.
Kali phos [Kali-p]
Dizziness, swimming of the head, when from cerebral or nervous causes, and weakness, not gastric. Vertigo from anaemia. Vertigo, worse rising and looking up.
Kali sulph [Kali-s]
Vertigo, especially on looking up and rising. Natrum sulph. – Giddiness, with bilious coating on the tongue, or bitter taste in the mouth; gastric derangement; excess of bile. Vertigo with inclination to fall on the right side.
Natrum phos [Nat-p]
Giddiness with gastric derangements, acidity and want of appetite, gold-colored, creamy coating on the tongue.
Magnesia phos [Mag-p]
Vertigo from optical defects.
VERTIGO CASES [Vertigo Cases]
Dr. E.B. Rankin, of Washington, D.C., reports in the Southern Journal of Homoeopathy, April, 1886, a case of vertigo of several weeks’ standing, accompanied by vomiting of acid substances cured by Natrum phos. in one week.
I have made but little use, as yet, of Dr. Schussler’s Kali phos., but have, notwithstanding, effected a few very interesting cures.
A woman, aet. 64, came under my treatment, who had been for many years treated without success. She had taken steel baths, a great many steel-pills and drops and quinine. She complained of a severe vertigo, felt mostly on rising from a sitting position, and on looking upward. She was constantly in dread of falling, and did not venture to leave her room. I gave her all the usual remedies without any benefit. At last I gave her, in May 1875, two doses of Dr. Schussler’s Kali phos. I had the pleasure of seeing a rapid and decided cure following this. The patient can attend to her domestic duties; she can go out alone, even to distances, and is almost completely cured of her painful sensation of giddiness. (From Schussler).