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Migraine: Homoeo-therapeutics Part II

Dr. Subrata K. Banerjea, B.H.M.S.
Principal, Allen College of Homoeopathy 

Migraine: Lesser Known


  • Used as a sedative and antipyretic for various forms of headache and neuralgia.
  • Enlarged sensation in head, as if it seemed to occupy the whole room.
  • Moral depravity.
  • Dr. Clarke confirms that this remedy being given for migraine.
  • Sedative.
  • Anaemic - Heart weak - Thrombosis.
  • Anti-pyretic.
  • Headache: enlarged sensation.
  • Chilly.
  • Anaemia cyanosis collapse.
  • Dr. Clarke says: Asthma = Syco Cyanosis = Psora-Syco.
  • Miasmatics: Psora-Sycotic (Sycotic for thrombosis – in coordination in circulation).
  • Potency of choice: 30C & 1M.


  • Headache.
  • Amenorrhoea.
  • Depression.
  • Miasmatics: Psoric.
  • Potency of Choice: 30C.


  • Glands hard, seldom suppurate.
  • Spasms of Larynx & trachea.
  • Weakness.
  • Headache related with the menstrual cycle, mostly on the left side, better by pressure on neck.
  • Headache from milk.
  • Complaints from being overheated.
  • Migraine headache, worse stooping, especially after drinking milk, worse by sun-heat and the rapid motion.
  • Peculiar headache and coryza; pressure in forehead which seems to be pushing brain down and out at root of nose.
  • Miasmatics: Tubercular-Psora-Sycotic.
  • Potency of choice: 30C & 1M. Psoric: As is sensation of
    cobweb. Syco: Hypertrophy of heart. Tuber: Tubercular
    swelling of glands.
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