or simply Oreodaphne
(California Laurel, Mountain Laurel)
Neuralgic headache, cervico-occipital pain, cerebro-spinal meningitis, atonic diarrhea, and intestinal colic.
Dizziness; worse on stooping or moving. Head heavy, eyelids heavy, twitching. Intense aching, with pressure at inner angle of either orbit, generally left, extending through brain and across scalp to the base of the occiput; worse light, noise; better, closing eyes and perfect quiet. Constant, dull ache in cervical and occipital region, extending to scapula down spine, into the head; pain into the ears. Great heaviness of head, with constant desire to move the head, which does not relieve. Drooping eyelids. Twitching. Atonic diarrhea.
Eructations, with nausea and shuddering.
First to Third potency. Olfaction of the tincture.
Reference: "Pocket Manual of Homeopathic Materia Medica & Repertory" by William Boericke