Phosphorus - Skin symptoms - HahnemannPhosphurus, Phosphorous, Phosphor, Phosphur, Phosph, Phos.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Phosphorus in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Itching (or also smarting as from ants) here and there; it goes off by friction.
General itching on the body (aft. 22 d.).
Itching in the back and in the houghs.
Severe itching, at night, in the arms, the legs, the back and the abdomen (aft. 12 d.).
Much itching and gnawing about the abdomen, the arms and the thighs; scratching produced red streaks (aft. 26, 27 d.).
Itching all over the body, at night, with much heat and dryness in the mouth (aft. 12 h.).
Burning itching all over the body (aft. 10 d.).
Frequent, small bites on the skin of the body.
Frequent bites in the skin, like flea bites.
Single pressive stitches here and there on the body.
Itching nettle rash in large blisters all over the body, also in the face.
Round herpetic spots all over the body.
Much itching, eruptions, and blisters from scratching.
The lumps and lumpy spots, as also the brownish and reddish blue spots, are deepened in color.
Translucent coppery spots on the body.
Brownish, dark, sometimes raised spots in the houghs, on the chest, the forehead, and below the labial commissures.
Lumps in the skin (of the nates).
Painful hard blisters, here and there, without itching.
Blisters as from burning, which opened and were humid.
Itching vesicles between the fingers and in the houghs.
Small furuncles in the nape, on the chest, and the thighs.
Large furuncles on the thigh, on the chest and on the forehead.
Eroded spots on the skin, rubbed open, with redness and excoriative or shooting pain, on various spots on the body.
Scaling off of the epidermis.
Itching of a wart, on the forehead.
Burning in a wart, as in an ulcerating wound, in the evening, after lying down.
Pinching, contractive pain, in a spot that has already formed a cicatrix.
Discharge of black blood, from an old vesicatory cicatrix.≡ more ...