Head Violent headache above and under the eyes, one-sided, extending to the ears ; worst below the eyebrows ; the eye waters.

Hair Care

Very useful in falling off of the hair.
[It is better to apply castor oil for a healthy growth of hair (mix 5ml each of ARNICA MONTANA-Q, CALENDULA OFFICINALIS-Q, CEANOTHUS AMERICANUS-Q, CANTHARIS VESICATORIA-Q, COCHLEARIA ARMORACIA-Q and Jaborandi-Q with 200ml of good quality Castor oil; shake it well; use this hair oil for dandruff free healthy black hair.).
Wash your hair with soap-nuts.
Soap nuts contain saponins, a natural surfactant.
They have been used for washing hair for thousands of years.
Use of soap nuts prevents you from tendency to migraines.
Soapnut saponins cause no irritation to your skin.
Soap nuts (Sapindus mukorossi) are among the list of herbs and minerals in Ayurveda. They are a popular ingredient in Ayurvedic shampoos and cleansers.
They are used in Ayurvedic medicine as a treatment for eczema, psoriasis, and for removing freckles. Soap nuts have gentle insecticidal properties and are traditionally used for removing lice from the scalp.]

Eye Diseases

Weakness of sight.

The flame of the candle looks larger and less distinct. 

Burning of the eyes and lachrymation.


Tingling and pain in the (right) ear.


Sneezing and fluent coryza, with tickling in the larynx, with difficult respiration.

Discharge from the posterior nares of loose mucus.


Chronic vomiting, with pressure in the stomach. 


Diminution or suppression of the urinary secretions.


Violent pain on the point of the penis and prepuce.

Erections every night, after midnight or towards morning.

Discharge of semen larger and continues longer than usual.


Tickling in the larynx. 

Mucous secretion increased ; mucus hangs in the larynx like a string, causing hawking and coughing with straining to vomit ; easily.

Dryness of the throat when coughing.

Spasmodic coughs in attacks (with twitching of the fingers, dryness of the throat and crying).

Cough with sneezing.

Cannot expectorate what has been coughed up ; has to swallow it again. 

Chronic dyspnœa.

Heaves in horses.
['Heaves' is COPD, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, it is a very common, treatable, but if it progresses, potentially debilitiating form of 'asthma' that hits horses. This chronic lung condition builds gradually. If recognized early, good feed and stable management may slow or prevent its progression and the horse may be able to take on an almost normal workload. If the horse is continually exposed to the irritants the disease may progress to the point where the horse is unable to thrive. Good stable and feeding practices can help avoid and control COPD. Make sure that any fodder and bedding is mold and dust free. Provide plenty of fresh air in a clean environment.]

Sensation of soreness of, the sternum ; it is painful to the touch. 

Offensive sweat

Perspiration in the axillæ smelling-like garlic. 


Rash on the thighs and on the ankle.


The lower legs and feet feel too full, with restlessness in the legs till he lies down.


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