Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Arsenicum Album in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Much itching on the right thigh and on the arms.
Itching crawling sensation as from fleas, on the thighs up to the abdomen, also on the loins and nate, compelling to scratch.
Burning itching on the body.
Burning itching, with painfulness of the spot on scratching.
Intolerable burning on the skin.
Burning on the skin (of the finger), excessively violent, as if the spot had been burned with boiling fat (after dipping the hands in a cold solution of arsenic.).
Spots here and there on the skin.
Blue spots on the abdomen, on the genitals, and in the white of the eye.
Inflamed spots like measles over the body, chiefly on the head, the face and neck.
Eruption on the skin.
Eruption like red petechiae, from the size of a flea-bite up to that of a lentil, sharply defined, in the evening, painful, quite dry, only humid and burning after scratching.
Miliary eruption all over the body, falling off in scales.
Red, scorbutic, miliary rash.
Pimples like millet, with white points over the whole body, even over the hands and feet.
Little pointed pimples break out, with itching which passes off on scratching.
Whitish, pointed pimples, with watery humor in the tip, break out with a burning itching, as from the stings of flies, on the hands, between the fingers and on the abdomen; by scratching, the humor flows out and the itching ceases.
Small pimples on various parts of the body, also on the forehead and under the chin, causing burning pain and some itching.
Eruption of pimples with severe burning, so that she can hardly contain herself for distress.
Eruption of itch, especially in the houghs.
Fine sandy tickling itch on the whole body.
Little lumps which heal with great difficulty.
Dense eruption of white tubercles, larger and smaller than a lentil, of the color of the rest of the skin, with a smarting pain, usually worse at night.
Cutaneous eruptions similar to nettle rash.
Black pocks, which cause burning pain.
Very painful black pocks.
Ulcer which is painful, especially in the morning, with dark-brown, thin, bloody pus under a thin scurf, and with single stitches while sitting, alleviated by standing and still more by walking.
The ulcer comes to have very elevated borders.
Painful sensitiveness of old ulcers which hitherto were painless.
Tearing pain in the ulcers.
Burning pain in the ulcers.
Burning pain in an ulcer.
Burning in an ulcer as from a red hot coal.
Burning in an ulcer, which comes from itching.
Burning around the border of an ulcer, with subsequent itching in the ulcer.
Burning like fire around an ulcer, which is very fetid and suppurates a little; attended with exhaustion and drowsiness in the day-time.
Inflammation of an ulcer in its border; it bleeds on being bandaged and a superficial dry scab forms.
The ulcer discharges much black, coagulated blood.
Proud flesh forms in the ulcers (on the finger) and quickly putrefies becomes blue and green with a sticky ichor, which spreads an intolerable stench.≡ more ...