Hecla LavaLava Scoriae From Mt. Hecla, Hekla Lava
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 (i.e. symptoms) of Hecla Lava in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Marked action upon The jaws. Of great use in exostosis, gum abscess, difficult teething. Nodosities, caries of bone, etc. Osteitis, periostitis, osteosarcoma; rachitis. TUMORS in general. Bone necrosis. Necrosis and sinus after mastoid operation.
Lower triturations≡ show all authors ...
Compare: Silicea Silica; Merc Viv Mercur.; Phosphorus Phos.; Conchiolinum - Mother of pearl (diaphysis of bone affected; parts extremely sensitive to touch). Amphisbaena N/A - Snail-like lizard (great affinity for the jaw bones, worse by air and dampness.) Slag - (Great itching of parts).⥄ Show reverse lookup of relationships
Ulceration of nasal bones
Facial neuralgia from carious teeth and after extraction
Toothache, with swelling about jaws
Abscess of gums
Enlargement of maxillary bone
Cervical glands enlarged and indurated.
Enlarged gland; at jaw
Bony growth (exostosis)≡ show all authors ...
Decay (see discharge if applicable)
septum (flesh between nostrils)
Skin or lining of nose; polyp (growth up nose)≡ show all authors ...
Gums and teeth
Pain; gums; after extraction of teeth
Teeth; abscess of roots
sensitive, tender; to pressure≡ show all authors ...
External throat; glands indurated (hard from inflammation)
glands indurated (hard from inflammation); like knotted cords≡ show all authors ...
▲ EXTREMITIES, LIMBS
Bones; decay of bone; shin bone
decay of bone; foot
bony growth (exostosis); shin bone
Diseased hip-joint (see pain in hip)
Inflammation; leg; shin bone≡ show all authors ...