Lachesis - Modalities EtcBush Master, Surucucu, Laches, Lachesis Mutus
Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while very dilute Lachesis may help, unprocessed Lachesis may be best avoided.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Lachesis in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
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(Afternoon), Rush of blood to head, etc.; the symptoms, ; feeling of heat.
(Night), Relieved by extra warmth and lying on right side; earache in right ear; pressure in stomach; desire to urinate; short cough; *dry, hacking cough; in sleep, rattling respiration; pains in the chest; burning in the chest; heat; perspiration, etc.
(Open air), Vertigo; *tickling cough.
(Damp weather), Hacking cough.
(Drinking), *Swelling in throat; cough.
(Eating), Itching in nose; boring in hollow tooth; *sticking in roots of teeth; pressure in stomach, etc.; soreness of chest; weakness in knees; numerous symptoms,
(Fish), Hacking cough.
(Rest), The symptoms, ; sticking in thigh.
(Sitting), *Need of deep breathing.
(After sleep), *The symptoms, ; *sticking in roots of teeth; *cough; pain near shoulder; stiffness; bruised feeling.
(Talking), Hacking cough.
(Tabacum Tobacco-smoking), Causes trouble, *dry, hacking cough.
(Vinegar), Feverish condition.
(Walking), Hacking cough; stitches in knee.
(Wine), The symptoms, ; sensation in head, etc.; pain in muscles of thigh.
WORSE, after sleep ( Kali Bich Kali-bich.) Lachesis sleeps INTO worse; ailments that come on during sleep (Calc Carb Calc.); left side, in the spring, warm bath, pressure or constriction, hot drinks. Closing eyes.
SWALLOWING; EMPTY; liquids
SENSITIVE TO SLIGHT TOUCH OR PRESSURE OF CLOTHES; worse NECK, Waist (Ap Bro Grap---- ); Noise
Start and close of menses
(Open air), Tensive pain in head; pressure in forehead.
(Coffee), The symptoms, ; itching in eye, etc.
(After dinner), Felt better,
(Eating), *Swelling in throat; *pain in throat.
(Pressure), Tensive pain in head.
(Walking), Paralyzed feeling.
BETTER, appearance of discharges, warm applications.
Desires and aversions
Thirst insatiable, with disgust for drink.
Desire for oysters; for wine and liquors; for coffee, which agrees.
Increased appetite (first and second days),
Great appetite, but after eating he was obliged to lie down (sixth day),
At one time good appetite, at another none at all,
Longing for something, he knows not what; he took at last a swallow of water,
Unusual longing for oysters, and they agree well; for several evenings,
Little appetite (first day), lasting a week,
All appetite in the morning has disappeared (seventh and following days),
No appetite for breakfast,
Without any appetite at the usual time in the evening, though a disagreeable sensation in the abdomen (first day),
The usual hunger in the morning fails, otherwise very well (fourth day),
Remarkably little desire for smoking (immediately), (first day),
No relish for smoking,
All inclination to smoke has disappeared in a great smoker, though without any aversion to it; for a week,
Thirst before the fever,
Thirst before the chill,
Thirst during the cold stage, ,
Thirst during the heat,
Constant thirst with dry tongue and skin (bite).
Insatiable thirst, with dry mouth and weakness,
Thirst for beer, with complete loss of appetite, in the evening (first day),
Longing for wine, without feeling exhaustion,
Increased desire for wine (but the wine produced less effect than usual, in one accustomed to it), (first week),
Eructations after eating,
Eructations during the fever, in an infant,
Eructations, affording relief,
Empty eructations, fasting (after five hours),
Eructations of air, ; (soon),
Burning eructations of dry air,
Morbus ructuosus; violent eructations, with cramp in the stomach, every evening,
The stomach almost always digests well, but meat friend in butter causes acid and bitter risings,
A feeling as though heartburn would occur (after a few minutes),
Heartburn, in the evening after smoking,
Heartburn with headache,
Motion erysipelas excited by too much walking; relieves the periodical sufferings.
Walking in open air 2. After walking 33. Moving the arms 26. Turning over 21. On rising 3. Must sit up 29. Sitting 31. Sitting bent forwards 26. Lying down 3, 29, 32. Must lie on back 19. Lying on right side 29.
Morning 1, 3, 7, 26, 32. Afternoon 40. Evening 37, 40. Night 1, 20, 25, 34, 37, 40. Day 27. Day and night 37.