Vesicular eruption on the face usually, but also on other parts of the body. Intolerable itching with umbilicated pustules, as in small-pox. Erysipelatous eruption on the face, spreading from the left to the right. (In the proving of Rhus the erysipelatous inflammation goes from right to left). Stiff neck, worse from beginning to move. Anacardium occidentale is antidote to Rhus erysipelas.