Cerebral congestion, with neuralgia; migraine; rheumatic and gouty pains.
Sensation of a band around head; cannot keep hat on (Carbol ac). Skin of forehead tense. Fear of falling when standing up. Violent vertigo, as if everything turned around. Buzzing in ears; better in open air.
Cough, with burning and pricking in respiratory tracts. Weak voice.
Urine smells strongly of violets (Terebinth).
Right axillary muscles painful. Weight and lassitude in limbs, especially the shoulders. Burning in hollow of right hand. Drawing pain in thumb and big toe.
Compare: Cyclamen; Ranunc; enothera--Evening Primrose--(exhausting, watery diarrhea; cholera infantum; hydrocephaloid); Primula farinosa-the wild Primrose--(dermatitis, especially on index fingers and thumbs).
Reference: "Pocket Manual of Homeopathic Materia Medica & Repertory" by William Boericke