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Lachesis - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - Clarke

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HPUS indication of Lachesis: Sore throat

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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Great anguish, insupportable anxiety, and uneasiness, from which patient seeks relief in open air.

Fear, and presentiment of death.

Discouragement; distrust; easily affected to tears.

Mental dejection and melancholy, with apprehension, uneasiness about one's malady, great tendency to give way to sorrow, to look upon the dark side of everything, and to think oneself persecuted, hated and despised by acquaintances.

Dread of death; fears to go to bed; fear of being poisoned.

Sadness when awaking in the morning or night (particularly in the morning); no desire at all to mix with the world.

Restless and uneasy; does not wish to attend to business, but wants to be off somewhere all the time.

Sadness, and disgust to life.

Mistrust, suspicion, and a strong tendency to take everything amiss, to contradict and to criticise.

Frantic jealousy.

Indolence, with dislike and unfitness for any labour whatever, either mental or bodily.

Timidity of character, with variableness and indecision.

Great apathy and extraordinary weakness of memory, everything that is heard is, as it were, effaced, even orthography is no longer remembered, and there is forgetfulness even of things on the point of utterance.

Confusion as to time.

Mistakes are made in speaking and writing, as well as in the hours of the day and the days of the week.

Imbecility and loss of every mental faculty.

Over-excitement and excessive nervous irritability, with a tendency to be frightened.

Perfect happiness and cheerfulness followed by gradual fading of spirituality, want of self-control and lasciviousness; felt as if she was somebody else and in the hands of a stronger power.


Affections of the intellect in general.

State of ecstasy and exaltation which even induces tears, desire to meditate, and to compose intellectual works, with a sort of pride.

Frantic loquacity with elevated language, nicely chosen words, and rapid and continual change of subject-matter.

Loquaciousness, with mocking jealousy, with frightful images, great tendency to mock, satire and ridiculous ideas.

Nocturnal delirium with much talking, or with murmuring.

Dementia and loss of consciousness.

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