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Anatherum Muricatum - Skin symptoms - T.F. Allen

Cuscus - An East Indian Grass, Anantherum Muriaticum, Anantherum Muricatum, oenanthe, Anantherum, Anan.

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HPUS indication of Anatherum Muricatum: Boils

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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Anatherum Muricatum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.



Irregular rosaceous spots covering nearly the whole face; these spots were not elevated above the skin; they appeared also on the abdomen and arms,

Small red spots on the chest, face, and upper extremities,

Red ecchymosed patches on the face and chest,

Roseola, on the abdomen, in patches (after a few hours),

Eruption on the hands and arms,

Eruption, accompanied by engorgement, redness, and pruritus (after three hours),

Heat and moisture of the skin, with redness and itching.

Excessive itching all over, especially in the evening, and at night in bed.

Pruritus, with stinging and heat of the skin.

The skin is very tender, it breaks, ulcerates, and suppurates readily.

Burning heat of the skin, with stitches, prinking, and miliary eruption.

Sensation as if he wore a hair shirt, which pricked him everywhere.

Blotches and swellings on various parts of the body, as if he had been beaten.

A great many pimples form on the pores of the skin, with little stitches like pin-pricks, and leave scabs, chiefly on the face and thighs, with burning, chills and fever.

Many boils and abscesses on different parts of the body.

The skin is scarlet, and always burning.

Sensation on the skin as if he had been scratched.

Red pimples, like miliaria or urticaria, with itching and obstinate burning.

Miliary eruption, appearing one day and vanishing the next.

Itching and eruption like compact and small scabies, or like Usnea Barbata lichen agrius.

Pustular eruption, resembling confluent small-pox.

Eruptions simulating scarlatina and measles.

Skin icy cold, pale or blue.

Skin flaccid and without elasticity.

Calor mordax, with disagreeable dryness of the skin.

Herpes, with excoriation and scales, which are constantly renewed.

Frequent shuddering of the skin, with great general debility.

The skin is often cold, red, blue, livid, or very pale, with general coldness and cold sweat.

Erysipelatous swelling on different parts of the body.

Large boils on face and neck, and all fleshy parts.

Elevations and painful swellings on several parts of the body, as if from the bites of venomous insects.

Formication on the skin, with sensation of torpor and loss of sensibility.

Pains as if the skin were torn by the nails.

Deep-yellow complexion, and black circles around the eyes.

Large, painful boils, which spread and become erysipelatous.

The least prick becomes a sore, and forms a suppurating swelling.

Bluish, scorbutic-looking blotches over the body.

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