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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Ecchymosis; wounds and ulcers bleed readily and copiously (small wounds bleed a good deal; ulcers bleed readily; cicatrices bleed readily; pain in old cicatrices), wounds bleeding a great while; skin very hard to heal, masses of blood pass through the pores.
Dropsical swelling over whole body.
Hard and pale tumefaction.
Skin yellow, green, lead-coloured, or bluish-red or blackish, chiefly round the wounds and ulcers.
Yellow, red, Cuprum Metallicum copper-coloured spots.
Pale, livid spots, with fainting fits.
Dry, miliary itch, with eruption of large vesicles of a yellow or of a bluish-black colour, with swelling of parts affected, and pains which drive to despair.
Miliary eruption, which subsequently resembles nettle-rash, scarlatina, or morbilli.
Erysipelas and vesicular eruptions with a red crown.
Excoriated places, on touching which a burning pain is felt.
Rupia and other skin affections, with angioleucitis (Cooper).
Ulcers, surrounded by pimples, vesicles, and other small ulcers (on a purple skin).
Ulcers with great sensitiveness to touch, uneven bottom, ichorous, offensive discharge when touched, esp. around the lower extremities.
Superficial ulcers, foul at bottom, with a red crown.
Gangrenous wounds, with inflammatory fever, weak, quick, and intermittent pulse, fainting nausea, spasmodic and bilious vomiting, convulsions, and cold sweats.
Papulć, warts, hard swellings.
Red and itching lumps and tuberosities.
Carbuncles, with Cuprum Metallicum copper-coloured surroundings and many smaller boils around them.
Flat exanthemata which do not fill up; pustulous exanthemata; spongy excrescences.≡ more ...