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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Trachinus in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Trachinus Draco and Vipera Vipera.
Common names, Great and lesser Weever, Sting-bull and Sting-fish.
A peculiar stinging pain occurred a few seconds after the wound, and this gradually increased during a period of fifteen minutes.
the pain had now become almost intolerable, extending along the back of the thumb towards the wrist.
it was of a burning character, resembling the pain produced by the sting of a wasp, but much more intense.
the thumb now began to swell, and exhibited an inflammatory blush, extending upwards to the wrist.
the pain was now distinctly throbbing and very excruciating.
in this state it continued for about an hour, when the pain began somewhat to subside, the swelling and redness still continuing.
in about an hour and a half the pain was nearly gone.
next morning the swelling of the thumb had but slightly diminished, and was in some degree diffused over the back of the hand, the thumb continued red and hot, and painful on pressure over the metacarpal bone.
in a few days the swelling had completely subsided, but the pain on pressure continued for more than a week,.≡ show all authors ...
The skin of the whole body becomes yellowish green,
Gangrenous blisters on the arm,≡ show all authors ...
1, Prof. Allman, Annals and Mag. of Nat. Hist., vol. vi, 1840, p. 161 (Dublin Med. Press, 2d ser., vol. ix, 1864. p. 562), a wound on the thumb, from Trachinus Vipera vipera; 2, Tarenfeld and Landeberg, A. H. Z., 8, 136 (from the Swedish), effects of the stings of T. Draco.≡ show all authors ...
Swelling of the whole body,
Swelling of the wounded arm, then of the head and chest,
The edges of the wound became thick, hard, tense, and insensible, black and gangrenous,
Violent burning pain, extending from the wound into the chest,≡ more ...