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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Head fatigued from intellectual labour.
Giddiness after resting.
Intoxication, stupor, and loss of consciousness.
Apoplectic fits, with blue face, convulsive, movements of limbs, and extravasation of blood in brain.
Softening of brain and its membranes.
Cephalalgia from heat of sun.
Heaviness and pressure in head, as if it were going to burst, or tension, as from threads drawn from occiput towards the eyes, or shootings, as from knives, in different parts of the head, and as far as the eyes.
Pulsating, beating headache with heat in head, esp. on vertex, or on r. side, or over eyes, preceding a cold in the head, with stiffness of neck.
Violent pain in head, with yellow face and flushed cheeks.
Headache, with congestion of blood, sparkling before the eyes, drowsiness, shiverings and inclination to lie down, or with nausea and vomiting.
Headache preceding coryza.
Pains deeply seated in brain; or in the sockets of the eyes; or above the eyes; or in occiput; with stiffness in nape of neck.
Pain as from a bruise in crown of head, or sensation of boring, with jerks and throbbings on moving the head.
Pressing headache in temples as if the brain were pressing out, in the morning after rising, from motion, from stooping; agg. from pressure and while ascending; amel. from lying down after eating.
Cutting headache as if a part of the r. side of the head were cut off, agg. after rising or ascending; amel. from heat and after belching up wind.
Pains which spread from the interior of head to ears, nose, and neck.
Headache extending into root of nose.
Headache with flickering before the eyes.
Headache every morning on awaking, or after dinner; or else on every change of weather.
Swelling of head, muscular throbbings in temples, tension in occiput extending to nape of the neck, painful sensibility of scalp, with troublesome itching, excessive desquamation, and falling off of the hair.
Falling off of the hair, esp. during pregnancy, with great aversion to rays of sun.
Sensitiveness of scalp in l. vertex down, and l. side of face on touch or moving muscles, a sensation as if sunburnt.
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