Bites and Stings – Keynotes

Barbara Seideneck
  • Rosy puffy swellings
  • Achy joints that are better with cold
  • Restless
  • Sensitive to touch
  • Better with motion
  • Thirstless, but worse with water
  • Craves milk, which makes it better
Carbolic acid:
  • Terrible pains coming and going
  • Prickling burning sensation
  • Septic conditions
  • Craves stimulants and smoking.
Ledum (marsh tea):
  • Cold and blue
  • Better with cold
  • Puncture wounds
  • Injury to nerves, brain and spinal cord
  • Pains extending up
  • Shooting or tingling electric like pains better with touch
  • Burning, stinging pains
  • Pains go to one point
  • Trembles
  • Better rest
  • Worse touch, cold, sweating, heat, draft
  • Intense thirst for cold drinks

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