Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Hep Sulph Calc in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Fine, stinging itching.
Constant dull itching in the sole of the feet and in the palm.
Burning itching on the body, chiefly in the morning on rising, with white blisters after scratching, which exude a white fluid and then soon pass away.
Eruption of pimples are large as peas, here and there on the body.
Nettle-rash, e.g., on the wrist.
Cracked skin and chaps on the hands and feet.
Unwholesome, festering skin; even slight lesions fester and suppurate.
The part affected with an ulcer (the leg) cannot endure a pendent position.
Eroding pain in the ulcer.
An itching erosion in the ulcer.
Severe stitches in the ulcer, when laughing.
Burning and throbbing in the ulcer, at night.
Inflammation of the affected part.
Sour-smelling pus from the ulcer.
Bleeding of the ulcer, even when wiping it gently.
The wart is inflamed, and there are stitches in it, as if it would ulcerate.
Yellowish skin and yellow complexion.
An attack of jaundice; the urine is blood-red and the white of the eye yellowish.≡ more ...