Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Theridion in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Theridion curassavicum, Walk.
A small spider inhabiting the West Indies frequently found on orange trees.
Authority. C. Hering, M.D., provings on himself and others, Monograph, Appendix to Hahnemannian Monthly, and in Materia Medica, Vol. 1.
Paroxysm. she awakes, after a short sleep, at 11 o'clock.
already in sleeping she felt the vertigo, and was awakened thereby.
could not remain lying.
tried to reach the chamberpot, but fell down as in a swoon.
cold sweat broke out. she strains to vomit till this takes place, and is repeated every quarter of an hour, during which icy perspiration breaks out all over her.
at the same time she has several attacks of diarrhoea without abdominal pain.
at first she vomited acrid slimy water, almost preventing her from regaining her breath.
at length she felt entirely empty at the stomach.
the least motion again brought on vertigo and vomiting.
she dares not stir, and when her eyes closed, the lids falling, as it were, from being tried, vertigo and nausea immediately returned.
after taking Mentha pip. she had some hours of sleep.
in the morning on rising, the nausea came again and she vomited bile.
her throat felt as if scalded.
her back was tired, pulse accelerated, together with headache.≡ more ...