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Lachesis - Ears symptoms - T.F. Allen

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HPUS indication of Lachesis: Sore throat

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




The white cerumen is changed, and becomes like paste,

A feeling of numbness in the concha with good hearing, and without roaring, and on pressing upon it it is also felt in the inner parts; afterwards followed by ordinarily painful pressure and heat,

A cutting pain in the upper part of the left outer ear, not very perceptible except when touched, in the evening, most painful during the first night, lasting over eight days,

Pain in a small spot when touched in the petrous bone behind the ear,

Throbbing in the bones behind the ear,


Pains in the ears, with nasal catarrh,

Pains in the ears, with a sore throat,

Earache in right ear, relieved by external warmth, and by lying on right side; in the night,

Earache associated with headache,

Contractive pain deep within the left ear; on inserting the earspoon, it is painful as if swollen,

Transient pressive pains in the right ear and in the limbs,

(Sticking and pressure in the right ear),

Tearing extending from the zygoma into the ear,

Itching in the ears,

Stitchlike itching in the ears,

Can tolerate no wind in the ear,


Extremely sensitive to noises; frightened,

Diminished hearing,

Difficult hearing,

It seems to be followed by difficult hearing,

The hearing disappears during the catarrh,

Cracking in front of the ears,

(Cracking in the ears at times, and poor hearing),

Ringing in the ears, and some whizzing as from insects, and tearing,

Roaring in the head, with the pains,

Roaring in the left ear (first day),

Roaring in the ears, usually associated with cold feet; very often,

Roaring in the ears and dulness in the head with the fever,

Beating roaring in the ears, with rush of blood to the head,

Beating roaring in the morning after waking, in the right (hearing) ear, in very frequent attacks; it disappears after shaking the finger in the ear, but soon returns, especially in the evening (fifth day),

Singing in right ear, which afterwards felt as if closed (after about twelve hours),

Thundering in both ears,

Whirring (as from insects) in the back part of the head,

Whizzing as from insects in the ears (second day); it seems to extend back into the head (fifth day); continues (seventh day),

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