Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while the very dilute homeopathic remedy may help, the raw product is often best avoided.
Below are the strongest indications of Badiaga in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Soreness of muscles and integuments; worse motion and friction of clothes, with sensitiveness to cold. Glands swollen. General paresis. Basedow’s disease. Lues, bubo, roseola.
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Sensation of enlargement and fullness
Pain in forehead and temple, Extending to eyeballs, worse in afternoon
Blueness under eyes
Dandruff; scale sore, dry, tetter-like
Dull, dizzy feeling in head
CORYZA, sneezing, watery discharge, with asthmatic breathing and suffocative cough
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Twitching of LEFT upper lid; eyeballs tender; aching in eyeballs
Intermittent sore pain in eyeball, coming on at 3 p.m.
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Heart; Indescribable bad feeling about the heart with soreness and pain, flying stitches all over.≡ more ...
Cough; worse in afternoon, better in warm room
The Mucus flies out of mouth and nostrils
Whooping-cough, with thick yellow expectoration; flies out
Hay-fever, with asthmatic breathing
Pleuritic stitches in chest, neck, and back.≡ more ...
Stitches in nape, scapulae
Pain in small of back, hips and lower limbs
Very stiff neck
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Stomach; Mouth hot
Lancinating pain in pit of stomach extending to vertebra and scapula.
Swelling; groin region; glands≡ more ...
Inflammation; indurated (hard from inflammation)
Inflammation; indurated (hard from inflammation); glands
Temperature (felt and effects of temperature); cold air
Temperature (felt and effects of temperature); cold, wet weather
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