Ferrum Phos

Giddiness from rush of blood to the head, with flushing, throbbing or pressing pain.

Kali Phos

Dizziness, swimming of the head, when from cerebral or nervous causes, and weakness, not gastric. Vertigo from anaemia. Vertigo, worse rising and looking up.

Kali Sulph

Vertigo, especially on looking up and rising.

Natrum Sulph

Giddiness, with bilious coating on the tongue, or bitter taste in the month; gastric derangement; excess of bile. Vertigo with inclination to fall on the right side.

Natrum Phos

Giddiness with gastric derangements, acidity and want of appetite, gold-colored, creamy coating on the tongue.

Magnesia Phos

Vertigo from optical defects.

Clinical Cases

Dr. E, B. Rankin, of Washington, DC., reports in the Southern Journal of Homaeopathy, April, 1886, a case of vertigo of several weeks' standing, accompanied by vomiting of acid substances cured by Natrum phos. in one I have made but little use, as yet, of Dr. Schussler's Kali phos... but have, notwithstanding, effected a few very interesting cures.

A woman, ,aet. 64, came under my treatment, who had been for many years treated without success. She had taken steel baths, a great many steel-pills and drops and quinine. She complained of a severe vertigo, felt mostly on rising from a sitting position, and on looking upward. She was constantly in dread of filling, and did not venture to leave her room. I gave her all the usual remedies without any benefit. At last I gave her, in May, 1875, two doses daily of Dr. Schussler's Kali phos, I had the pleasure of seeing a rapid and decided cure following this. The patient can attend to her domestic duties: she can go out alone, even to distances, and is almost completely cured of her painful sensation of giddiness. (From Schussler).