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Leg nerve pains - ginger

I understand this may not be a homeo related query, but this is keeping me worried .

My leg nerves pain a lot of I consume ginger tea. How do I resolve this issue?

Any clues around the reason?
  dpnctl on 2017-09-19
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
It is sciatica pain I presume if it back of hip and up to calf .
akshaymohl 6 years ago
I have sciatica pain but the post ginger consumption all nerves pain a lot. Not just the sciatica alone, and both legs are badly affected
dpnctl 6 years ago
Are you having diabetese?Pl iinform.
akshaymohl 6 years ago
No. The severe leg pains is not daily routine. Only happens when I th ginger tea
dpnctl 6 years ago
Ginger increases circulation. So it seems to me that if you already have sciatica pain and the circulation is increased?
Then pain will be felt more and spread out.

Similar to "worse after movement"?
Vs. using rhus tox which is for better after moving.

If your sciatica is being treated and healing?
I think ginger would not be bothering you.
2 to 4 cups a day is maximum to be used.
simone717 6 years ago
Zingiber officinale is the homeopathic ginger -
If you google materia medica on this,
Under extremities.. you will see it lists cramps in hands and soles.

Cramps in hands and soles are what healthy people experienced when they took this remedy to see what the remedy does.
Seems like the tea is acting similar to
What the "provers" had.

I still think that if no sciatica then this would not affect you in this way.
simone717 6 years ago

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