Migraine Acephalgic Migraine
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- A powerful, electromagnetic, striated gem. Strengthens body and spirit (and meridians), transmutes lower frequency thought/energy to a higher frequency of light and brings light/spirit into the physical. Radiates light protection for wearer. Clearer=higher...
Earth Mysteries >> Stones, Minerals & Metals
- Belladonna (Deadly Nightshade)
- This remedy is made from the deadly nightshade, an ancient herb used in witch-craft and magick. It was also used in eyedrops by Italian women to increase their beauty: 'bella donna' means 'beautiful woman'; what this herb then does is dilating the pupils,...
Remedies >> Remedies B
- The key-note in this remedy is the need to remain absolutely motionless, because even the slightest movement (like moving the eye) makes this person feels worse. He/she will physically remain motionless, emotionally remain motionless (wishing to be left alone)...
Remedies >> Remedies B
- China officinalis/Cinchon
- This remedy is made from the Peruvian bark. For homoeopaths China/Cinchona is a special remedy, for it were tests with this medicine that brought S. Hahnemann to the discovery of homoeopathy. He noticed that large doses of quinine - made from the bark of this...
Remedies >> Remedies C
- Glonoinum (Nitroglycerine)
- --> This is Nitroglycerine; the heavy explosive stuff bombs are made of. In homoeopathy we use Glonoinum for sudden, heavy symptoms together with the feeling as if you, or a part of you, will explode. There is a striking congestion to the head and the...
Remedies >> Remedies G
- Natrium muriaticum (Sea Salt)
- The sea is salt and salt are your tears; salt is used to preserve your food. Natrium muriaticum, being the homoeopatic salt, is a medicine for preserved and frozen grief and suppressed emotions. People who need this remedy often have had a grief too big to...
Remedies >> Remedies N
- That Mysterious Mistletoe
- Hang a bunch of Mistletoe on the ceiling for that’s a permit to kiss the man or woman who stands under it, and next gently seduce your chosen one into the direction of your bunch of strange lightgreen twigs with sticky white berries. They say this will lead...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary M
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- DIFFERENTIATING MIGRAINE FROM EPILEPSY*
- acephalgic migraine, and simple partial seizure).
- Elementary visual hallucinations, blindness, and headache in
- those with a family history of migraine.
- Migraine Variants and Beyond
- aura and migraine aura without the typical headache may be seen in a small percentage of patients. This is known as. Acephalgic migraine.
Suggested Web Resources
- Ocular migraine: What causes it? - MayoClinic.com
- An ocular migraine can mean one of two conditions. Learn which is more serious.
- Acephalgic Silent Migraines - What Is Acephalgic or Silent Migraine
- Aug 27, 2006 That's partly because those terms are descriptive terms rather than diagnostic.
- Eye migraines – symptoms of eye or silent migraine and what to do
- Here's the low down on ocular, ophthalmic, and other eye migraines... Silent migraine or acephalgic migraine is migraine without the headache.
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