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In India they make a decoction of the plant, mix it with onion juice and apply it to the head as a fomentation in hemicrania.
Some other diseases are erroneously called rheumatic, as hemicrania, and odontalgia.
ZOONOMIA, VOL. IIERASMUS DARWIN
The dens sapienti, or last tooth of the upper jaw, frequently decays first, and gives hemicrania over the eye on the same side.
ZOONOMIA, VOL. IIERASMUS DARWIN
The natural cure of hemicrania is the accumulation of sensorial power during the rest or sickness of the patient.
ZOONOMIA, VOL. IIERASMUS DARWIN
Caffeine has been found very useful in hemicrania and various nervous affections.
It is principally useful for the relief of facial neuralgia and hemicrania.
If a man suffers from hemicrania, he sets free a red cock in honour of the sun on a Tuesday.
The last tooth of the under-jaw is also liable to produce a similar hemicrania, when it begins to decay.
ZOONOMIA, VOL. IERASMUS DARWIN
Headache assumes often the form of hemicrania; it may be in the forehead or about the eyes.
I have had hemicrania for several days, and have been almost idle since my return home.

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