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Helleborus Niger - Skin symptoms - Reversed & reworded Kent repertory

Snow-rose, Helleborus, helleb, Hell.


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HPUS indication of Helleborus Niger: Pale skin

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Helleborus Niger in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.


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SKIN

Skin

Adhesion, skin sticks; to bone

Blisters

powdery flaking skin

small

smarting

white

yellow

Coldness

during convulsions

icy

Discoloration

pale

spots; moist

yellow, jaundice, etc.

Dry

burning

Flabbiness

Gangrene; moist

Goose bumps

Abnormal growths

ulcers; discharges; whitish

ulcers; painless

ulcers; generating pus

ulcers; unhealthy

warts; wrinkled, shrivelled

Inactivity

Hair falls out (see regions)

Itching

gnawing, biting

burning

unchanged by scratching

stinging

Loss of feeling

Moisture

after scratching

spots

Out-breaks on skin

gnawing, biting

blotches

burning

crusty

moist

peeling in scales

discharging, moist

after scratching

thin

herpetic

burning

rings

corrosive

crusty

moist

stinging

yellowish

leprosy

painless

phagedenic (spreading, obstinate ulceration)

pimples

stinging

rash (see granular)

after scratching

smarting

stinging

generating pus

tubercles (nodules, knob-like lumps)

like nettle rash

nodular

like nettle rash; after scratching

Pain

gnawing, biting

gnawing, biting; after scratching

gnawing, biting; eating at skin

burning

stinging

Becomes sore when lying down; feeling

Sticking

after scratching

Swelling

of parts affected with symptoms

burning

fluid in tissues

hard

pale

Tension

Generally unhealthy

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