Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Lachesis in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Erysipelas of the legs or arms; surface bluish, glossy, swelling, impending gangrene.
Bluish swelling of the joints, after sprains.
Dark bluish swelling of cellular tissue on hands, arms, legs; very sensitive; impending gangrene.
Nightly burning in palms and soles.
Limbs stiff or curved after mercurialization.
Left shoulder and arm weak and lame, worse when lying on the arm.
Soreness of the right shoulder, worse when lying on it.
Axillary glands swollen.
Garlic-like smell of the sweat in the axillae.
Tingling-prickling in the left hand.
Trembling of the hands. θ In drunkards.
Rheumatic swelling of index-finger and wrist; worse after sleep.
Panaritium, bluish swelling; even necrosis, with fistulous openings, or erysipelas; stinging-pricking pains.
Numbness of the finger-tips (morning).
Contraction of psoas muscle, after abscess.
Sciatica, left-sided; pain as from a hot iron; worse after sleep.
Uneasiness in the lower limbs.
Contraction of the hamstrings, after a popliteal abscess.
Stinging-tearing in the knees, with swelling.
Aching pain in the skin-bones.
Flat ulcers on legs, with thin, offensive discharge, and bluish areolae.
Lacerating, jerking, rheumatic pains in the legs, as soon as he falls asleep.
Swelling of the feet, worse after walking. θ During pregnancy.
Tingling in the toes.
Rhagades of the toes.
Gangrenous ulcers on the legs and toes.≡ more ...