Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Bufo Rana in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
1, Desterne, Journ. d. [left] Soc. Gal., 2d series, 4, 289 (symptoms without reference to cause or time); 2, Aëtius, "De nox. animal. morsu," effects of bite, from Desterne's compilation; 3, Sennert, "La Méd. du Prophète," effects of eating toads (ibid.); 4, Ambroise Paré, "De la Morsure du Crapaud," xxxi, 773, effects of taking the poison in wine (ibid.); 5, J. L. Hannemann, effects of venom applied to the sound skin (ibid.); 6, Standigelius, "De la crainte," etc., effects of venom spirted into the eye; of bathing in water taken from a pool frequented by toads (ibid.); 7, Schelammer, effects of momentarily introducing a toad into the mouth, without touching (ibid.); 8, Paullinus, "Ephemerides," effects of toads taken into the stomach, by eating the spawn on herbs, also effects of the venom injected into the eye, also effects of the bite, also effects of an infusion of roasted toads powdered (ibid.); 9, Brandelius, effects of a toad jumping into the mouth and entering the stomach during sleep (ibid.); 10, Schroeckius, effects of swallowing the ovules of a toad in muddy water (ibid.); 11, Gavini, Correspondence Scientif., effects of venom injected into the eye; 12, Houat, Nouvelles Données de Mat. Méd., I, p. 41; 13, Archive (Homoeop.), 14, 2, 102, effects of repeated doses of the 30th potency of the venom; 14, Struvius (from Desterne), effects of a live toad in the stomach; 15, Hencke, A. H. Z., Mon. Bl., 1, p. 18, effects of 30 drops (of the tincture?).≡ more ...