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What are different homeopathic remedies for Erysipelas? – Part 1

• Erysipelas is an infection of the skin which is contagious.
• This infection is on a subcutaneous level of the skin.
• This infection is caused by group A streptococci.
• It is identified by a rapid-spreading redness and swelling.
• This gets into the skin from a small lesion.
• This infection does not lead to epidermis.
• This can occur in adults and children alike.
• It is more on lower extremities like legs.

It also involves:
– Face
– Upper extremities
– Trunk

Causes of Erysipelas

• Infection of bacteria
• A fungal infection
• A minor injury to the skin
• Invasion by the bacteria.
• Inflammation
• Cellulitis

Risk factors involved:
• Chronic illness
• Any skin injury
• Weak immune system
• Use of drugs by injection
• Burns
• Surgical wounds infection
• Skin disorders
• Poor blood circulation.

Homeopathic Remedies for Erysipelas

1. Ammonium carb
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• erysipelas of old people
• when cerebral symptoms are developed
• eruptions are still out
• debility
• soreness of whole body

2. Apis Mel
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• oedematous erysipelas of the face
• traveling from right to left
• eruptions
• stinging
• burning
• pricking
• sensitive to the slightest touch
• high fever with dry skin
• thirst or thirstlessness
• traumatic erysipelas
• chronic erysipelas
• recurring periodically
• phlegmonous erysipelas

3. Arsenic album
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• sudden attacks of erysipelas
• with prostration
• restlessness
• burning pain
• intense thirst for little quantities of water at short intervals
• the disease shifts from one part to another
• o edema
• vomiting
• diarrhea

4. Rhus Tox
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• vesicular eruptions with typhoid symptoms
• skin dark instead of red
• rough instead of smooth
• moist instead of dry
• intense burning
• itching
• pain in back and legs
• hairy parts edges are mostly affected.

5. Silicea
• This remedy is indicated to a person with chronic erysipelas which refuses to heal.

6. Crotolus H
• This remedy is indicated to a person with erysipelas which threatens to become gangrenous.

7. Graphites
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• discharge of glutinous fluid
• thin and sticky fluid
• erysipelas is threatens to suppurate.

8. Bryonia
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• erysipelas around the joints
• drawing tearing pain
• increased by motion

9. Cantharis
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• erysipelas with fine burning stinging pains
• large blisters
• the eruptions begins on the nose
• spreads to the cheeks
• more to the right side

10. Euphorbium
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• erysipelas of the head and face
• with digging, burning and gnawing pains
• followed when ameliorated by creeping and itching
• considerable swelling
• small vesicles discharging a yellowish fluid

11. Lachesis
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• erysipelas on the left side
• the eruption has a purplish, leaden hue
• cerebral symptoms
• worse from noon until midnight
• delirium on closing the eyes

12. Veratrum v.
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• vesicular erysipelas
• accompanied by high fever
• marked cerebral disturbance
• tendency to convulsions

13. Borax
This remedy is indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• erysipelas of cheeks
• erysipelas on the left side of face
• painful when laughing
• with sensation as if there were cobwebs on the face
• frequent attacks of erysipelas.

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