Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Apis Mel in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Excitement, with heat at night,
Laughs at every misfortune,
In the daytime, he danced with excessive joyousness; performed all his antics singing and dancing; was affability itself; and utterly unable to walk slowly. He laughed at the greatest misfortune; as he would at a comedy,
She feels like crying about everything,
Sad thoughts, with longing for death (third day), forenoon,
Dejection, with great prostration,
Anxiousness, with tension on the vertex,
Great anxiety and excitement; must lie down; wants to get up and go again, just before death,
General anxiety and distress,
Great anxiety in the head and swelling of the face,
Anxiety, excitement, and fear increase until death,
Dread of death, or sensation as if he should not be able to breathe again,
Premonition of death arose after a few minutes; "he believes he his going,"
Feels that he must succumb, after a few minutes, and dies ten minutes after being stung,
She thought she must die, she felt so strangely,
He says, after a few minutes, "I am a dead man,"
Is himself conscious of an extremely disagreeable, violent, and sensitive mood; would have liked to kill a dog that barked at him, etc.; everything went wrong; nothing could be done to please him,
Became more angry than ever before; (in a female scold),
Irritable mood (fifth and sixth days); nothing appeared to satisfy him; everything out of place (eighth day), (2d dil.),
Mental restlessness, during uterine hemorrhage,
Confusion of mind, (A. R. M.).
Confusion when attempting to read a study, (A. R. M.).
It seems so her as if she did not know what to do, as if she had no volition of her own, her head feels so stupid,
Stupid, sleepy, and headache,
Unfit for mental exertion,
Inability to think clearly, or express himself, (A. R. M.).
Inability to concentrate the mind, (A. R. M.).
Mind bewildered, (A. R. M.).
Torturing sensation in the head, during which he becomes wholly incapable of mental labor,
Inclination to change his occupation; will not keep steadily at anything, with dulness of the head (second day),
She was partially conscious, and continually moaning, (J. P. D.).
Was unconscious of what passed about him,
Complete loss of consciousness, (A. R. M.).
Perfect insensibility, with vomiting, desire for rest and sleep, slow beat of the heart and scarcely perceptible radial pulse (Wasp).
Sank into a state of insensibility in fifteen minutes (five minutes before death),≡ more ...