Apis Mellifica - Skin symptoms

The Honey-bee, Bee sting, Apis Mellifera, Apis mel, Apisinum

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HPUS indication of Apis Mellifica: Stings
Apis Mellifica

Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while very dilute Apis Mellifica may help, unprocessed Apis Mel may be best avoided.

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Apis Mel in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.

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SKIN

Skin

Swellings after bites; Sore, sensitive

Stinging

Erysipelas, with sensitiveness and swelling, rosy hue

Carbuncles, with burning, stinging pain ( Arsenicum Album Ars.; Anthracinum Anthrac) Sudden puffing up of whole body.

Blisters; itching

itching; when in a warm room

surrounded by red skin, from excessive perspiring

Coldness

Discoloration; blackish

bluish

spots

pale

red

spots

spots; bluish-red

white

Dry

burning

inability to perspire (see inactivity)

Filthy skin

Flabbiness

Gangrene; from burns or gangrenous sores

Abnormal growths; wart-like growth

wart-like growth; burning

wart-like growth; moist

ulcers; discharges; offensive

ulcers; with elevated, hardened margins

ulcers; like sarcoma

ulcers; stinging, sudden, sharp

warts; waxy

warts; wrinkled, shrivelled

Inflammation

skin erysipelas (inflamed from infection, deep red colour)

right to left

gangrenous

recurrent

smooth

with swelling

Like insects crawling on skin

Itching

evening

burning

in cold air

scratching

stinging

on becoming warm; in bed

Out-breaks on skin

bleeding

boils

large

painful boil, shedding skin and tissues (carbuncle)

painful boil, shedding skin and tissues (carbuncle); burning

painful boil, shedding skin and tissues (carbuncle); stinging

burning

from cold air

crusty

peeling in scales

herpetic

measles

painful

pimples; itching

pimples; painful

pus-filled pimples; malignant

rash (see granular)

changing air

in cold air

when overheated

on coming into warm room from the open air

white

red

scabies; prairie

scarlet fever

small-pox

smarting

stinging

generating pus

tubercles (nodules, knob-like lumps)

like nettle rash

night

in asthmatic troubles

change of air and weather

during chill

during fever

bluish-grey

nodular

while perspiring

warmth and exercise

Pain; burning

burning; spots

stinging

Prickling

Sensitive

Shining

Sticking

Stings of insects

Swelling

pale

stinging

Generally unhealthy

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