Lacerta Agilis - General symptoms - ClarkeGreen Lizard, Lacerta Lacer-a.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Lacerta Agilis in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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The Green Lizard is usually considered to be non-poisonous.
but Baldelli, who ate a lizard cut into small pieces, developed some decided symptoms of indigestion, vesication under the tongue, and skin eruptions.
and a girl, bitten on the sole of the left foot by a "large green spotted lizard," died of the effects of the bite after twenty-one days of suffering. This is recorded in Allen's Appendix, and comes from an American source, so it is probably an American variety of Lacerta that is accountable for this. Swelling, pain, numbness, delirium, with an alternating state of greatly increased mental acumen, left-sided paralysis, neck and jaw of left side rigid and muscles tender. In the Schema the symptoms due to the bite of the American lizard are marked (A). The symptoms of the proving were amel. by drinking frequently vinegar and water. Motion = excruciating, pains in bitten limb. Touch agg.
Skin, eruptions on. Tongue, vesicles under.
Lacerta agilis. Green Lizard (also Large Green Spotted Lizard of U.S.). N. O. Lacertilia. Tincture of whole animal. (A separate preparation of the spotted lizard should be made.)