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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Cubeba Officinalis in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Covered with an eruption from head to foot; accompanied by a high degree of sympathetic fever (fifth day),
Eruption like urticaria,
A "flush of red" over whole body (third day). A decided eruption appeared (fourth day). Covered with an eruption from head to foot, which, in some parts, could not have been distinguished from urticaria febrilis, while in others it had more the appearance of Usnea Barbata lichen in its papular stage, but with more intense inflammation around the base of the papulae than is commonly seen in that disease (fifth day),
Severe urticaria febrilis,
Intense itching sensation,
Skin red and burning, as if from hard friction, or white in some places, yellow and transparent in others.
Skin soft and very sensitive, or hard, like bacon-rind, and as if paralyzed.
Skin morbid and very irritable; the least friction inflames and excoriates it.
Red and blue swellings on various parts, as from bruises.
Very bad smell of the skin.
Warts and callosities.
Skin of the face hard and apparently very thick.
Wrinkles and fissures on the skin of the face.
Great tension of the skin of the arms and hands.
Small red elevations, which itch and burn like the bites of insects.
Erythema on the inside of the thighs, with itching of the vulva, and increased sexual desire.
Eruption of miliary pimples, which prick the face like pins.
Eruption of small burning pimples, and appearance of lice on the pubis.
Miliary eruption, with much smarting, on the hands.
Miliary eruption on the legs.
A great many small black points in the face, which can be squeezed out like fleshworms.
Severe furfuraceous herpes.
Pruriginous and burning furfuraceous herpes on the arm.
Vesicular eruption, with much itching of the arms and hands.
Phlyctenoid eruption on the face and lips.
Large, hard, subcutaneous pimples, very painful and rarely suppurating.
A considerable eruption of pustular herpes, especially on the cheeks.
Miliary, urticarial, vesicular, and pustular eruptions.
A great many boils.
Severe scabby, suppurating herpetic eruption on the forehead and cheeks, under the nose and on the chin.
Pustular pimples on the penis, which corrode and suppurate.
Boils and inflammatory swellings on the thighs.
Phlyctenae; large patches of ulceration as from burns, especially on fleshy parts.
Ulcers under the nose.
Ulcers, crusts, and fissures on the auricles, with suppuration and bleeding.
Syphilitic-looking corroding ulcers, with raised edges and copious suppuration, on the lower extremities.
Excavated ulcers, white and corroding, with profuse suppuration.
Dirty-looking excavated ulcers on the penis.
Phlyctenae and ulcers on the lips.
Small burning pimples, phlyctenae, ulcers as from aphthae, and condylomata on the vulva.
Intolerable itching and prickling all over.≡ more ...