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Elaps Corallinus - Skin symptoms - T.F. Allen

Elaps, Coral-snake, Coral Snake, Elaps corrallinus, Elaps.

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HPUS indication of Elaps Corallinus: Coldness

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



Red blotch on the knee-pan (third day),

Pretty large, irregular, yellow spots over the hand and around the finger-tips (ninth day),

Painful peeling off of the skin of the finger-tips (fourth day),

The skin of the heel begins to peel off the same as the fingers (fifth day),

Eruptions, Dry.

Furfuraceous tetter, with itching of the scalp (tenth day),

Eruption of little pimples with an oval base, which desiccate, and are followed by desquamation (eighth day),

Elliptical pimple full of serum (twelfth day),

Slight phlyctenae appear here and there, especially on the extremities; frequently the epidermis surrounding them scales off (third to sixth day),

Scabby eruption covering the ear and a part of the cheek (sixth day),

Red, hot rash for a span's length above the right wrist (tenth day),

A small pimple, with great itching (sixth day),

Small red pimples on the finger-tips (twelfth day),

Innumerable white pimples on the inside of the thighs, which become inflamed in the daytime, and prevent walking in the evening (tenth day),

Itching pimple on the leg (sixth day),

Eruptions, Moist.

Vesicular eruption on the feet (first to third day),

Small red tetter at the corner of the right nostril, spreading to the cheek, with itching (fourth day),

The tetter on the wing of the nose peels off (ninth day),

Small miliary pimples on a red base at the corner of the nose (tenth day),

Eruptions, Pustular.

Small suppurating pimples on the hands, fingers, wrists, gums, and inside of the cheeks (tenth day),

Boils on the arm (ninth day),


Pricking, as with thousands of pins (second day),

Pricking in the back of the right hand (first to third day),

Itching of the sole of the feet, which continue to peel off (sixth day),

Constant itching of the nose (second day),

Great itching under the axilla, with appearance of tetter (fourth day),

Violent itching, drawing, and pricking at the epigastrium, which prevents deep respiration (first to third day),

Violent itching of the hypogastrium, especially when walking (tenth day),

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