Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Badiaga in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Spongilla fluviatilis. Fresh-water sponge. Trituration of the dried sponge gathered in autumn.
Badiaga is the Russian name for the river sponge, which is a popular Russian remedy. Among the peculiar symptoms and indications are Headache with aching in backs of eyeballs, 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.
agg. motion. Severe headache in vertex amel. night, returning severely after breakfast. Headache with inflamed eyes. Pains in eyeballs extending to head. (J. A. Biegler cured a case with the following symptoms A lady had for months off and on a severe pain in r. eyeball, which extended to forehead over this eye, then to temple; always agg. in afternoon.) Scalp sore.
dry. itching. scurf. tetters. Soreness is one of the key-notes of the remedy.
general soreness of integuments and muscles.
as if beaten. very sensitive. Profuse coryza, coming from nostril with a gush. L. cheek and malar bone sore to touch. Lancinating pains in stomach.
liver. below scapulae.
caused by tickling in larynx as if a particle of sugar was dissolving in throat.
amel. in warm room. Tremulous vibrative palpitation agg. lying r. side. Palpitation after pleasurable emotions. Soreness of anterior muscles of legs.
toes bend while walking as if extensors were paralysed. It has lessened a hard cellular swelling of both legs. Sharp stinging back of r. heel, agg. least pressure. Chronic rheumatism, agg. by cold, especially in cold air. agg. Stormy weather. amel. In warm room.
agg. afternoon. agg. Pressure and touch there is general soreness, even to touch of clothes. Sore as if beaten. Headache amel. at night, after sleep.