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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Expression of pain in the face, with coma (bite).
He has an extremely suffering look, face sunken, and as if he had been up nights, till the fourth week,
Paleness of the face during the attack of exhaustion,
Paleness of the face, with faintness, before eating,
Very bad color of the face and general discomfort,
Earthy, gray color of the face, with abdominal troubles,
Yellow color of the face during the fever,
Swelling of the face, with much heat and redness,
(Leprous swelling of the face aggravated),
Erysipelatous swelling of the face; the right eye is almost closed up (after six or seven days),
Face swollen, generally puffy (bite).
(The face swollen, especially in spots and at the root of the nose; aggravation in a leprous person),
Blood rushes to the face and head with the cough,
Burning pains in the face,
Drawing in the bones of the face, during the febrile heat,
Pressure in the side of the face, upper jaw, and head,
Pain in the face, tearing above the orbit, with vomiting of food,
Swelling of the cheeks and redness of the whole face; repeated after the second dose,
(Bluish-red swelling on the cheek, with sticking and throbbing, with toothache; it breaks and discharges matter),
A feeling of stiffness in the malar bone coming from the cervical glands,
Drawing in the bones of the cheek and lower jaw,
Pressive pain on the right malar bone, more towards the eye, also on the right knee towards the inner side (twelfth day),
A feeling as though something were screwing and burrowing in the right zygoma, also in the flesh (fourth day),
Tearing in the zygoma extending into the ear (seventh day),
Swelling of the lips and gum,
(Upper lip thick),
Burning of the upper lip, with nasal catarrh,
Burrowing beneath the left ear near the jaw and in the sterno-cleido-mastoid muscle, as in erysipelas, followed by the same sensation on the other side, in the evening (fourth day),≡ more ...