Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Agaricus Muscarius in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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The arms feel bruised.
No strength in the arms.
Painful weariness of the arms.
He has often to change the position of his arms to relieve the pains in them.
Itching on the arms.
Pimples with burning itching, of the size of millet, on the arms.
The upper arms are painful to the touch.
Tearing on the left upper arm.
Fine sharp stitches in front on the head of the right humerus.
Burning on the upper arm, above the left elbow.
The upper arm feels lame from much writing.
Tickling itching, urging him to scratch, on the point of the left elbow (aft. 3 h.).
In the fore-arm a dull but very severe pain.
Violent rheumatic pains in the whole left fore-arm, extending into the thumb while resting; in the afternoon.
Tearing in the right fore-arm.
Tearing in the left fore-arm, in the bone of the elbow, while at rest.
Twitching and quivering on the upper surface of the right fore-arm, extending to the ball of the thumb.
Burning pain on the front of the left fore-arm, near to the wrist, as if from a burn.
Burning itching on the right fore-arm, compelling him to scratch; after scratching, there appear white lumps as large as millet, while the skin scales off like bran.
In the hand, dull pain in the metacarpal bone of the left middle finger.
Drawing pains in the metacarpal bones of the left hand.
Tearing in the carpus of the left hand.
The left hand goes to sleep at night even up to the middle of the fore-arm (on 5th d.).
Trembling of the hands.
Trembling of the hands as if from old age, when he moves the hands or when he holds something in them (aft. 1 ½ h.).
Tickling itching on the right carpus, compelling him to scratch (aft. 1 ½ h.).
Tickling itching compelling him to scratch, in the right palm (aft. 7 h.).
Itching, redness and burning on the hands as if they were frozen.
Inflamed pimples of the size of a grain of millet on the back of the left hand.
In the index-finger of the right hand, drawing.
Tearing between the thumb and index finger of the right hand.
Violent tearing in the right middle finger (aft. 23 h.).
Tearing in the lower joints of the fingers of the left hand, where they join with the metacarpal bones, without any reference to motion (aft. 1 h.).
Jerking tearing in the last two fingers of the right hand.
Cramp-like pain in the ball of the right thumb while writing (aft. 18h.).
Cramp-like pain in the ball of the left thumb; while standing and walking, disappearing in sitting (aft. 6 h.).
Burning and formication in the index of the right hand as if a paronychia were forming, after some days this is followed by frequent numbness of the finger and great long-continued sensitiveness of the same to cold.
Titillating itching, inciting him to scratch, on the ball of the right thumb (aft. 8 h.).
Titillating itching as from freezing on the inner border of the right index (aft. 5 h.).
Itching, redness and burning of the fingers as after freezing.
Pain in the hips for twenty-four hours; this is not felt painfully while sitting, but very much so in walking.
Pains in the legs (of almost all kinds), arising nearly always while sitting and standing, more seldom while walking; they diminish and pass off through motion.
Tearing in the legs, constant while sitting, improved by motion.
Great weariness of the legs, he knows not how to rest them.
Weakness of the (feet) legs; they are so weak while standing, that the body is constantly in a wavering motion.
He can hardly lift his legs for weariness and heaviness.
Great heaviness in the legs.
Heaviness in the legs, as if tired out and broken down.
The legs go to sleep as soon as he crosses them.
In the thighs, violent pain while crossing them.
Pressive pain as from a peg driven in on the exterior side of the thigh above the knee.
Painful pressure in the left thigh.
Rheumatic drawing in the external side of both thighs, in walking after sitting.
Constant paralytic drawing in the left thigh down to the knee, both in rest and in motion; in the afternoon.
Drawing tearing in the right thigh while crossing it over the left; this passes away again while stretching it (aft. 1 h.).
Tearing at the head of the left femur, which disturbs the night's rest.
Tearing just below the lesser condyle of the femur.
Tearing in the right thigh, in walking and sitting.
Tearing with sensation of coldness on the posterior side of the left thigh.
Tearing which excites a feeling of numbness in the whole thigh, from the joint of the left thigh down to the knee.
Painful weariness of the thigh.
The thighs are painful as after great foot-tours.
Painful lameness of the left thigh.
Paralytic pain in the right thigh, especially while walking; the thigh feels as if too heavy and as if a load lay upon it (aft. 8 h.).
Corrosive itching on the anterior side of the left thigh.
Itching pimple on the thigh above the left knee, with violent burning while scratching it.
The knee-joints pain early in the morning after rising from bed, while sitting down.
The pain in the knees increases while sitting and diminishes and passes away while walking.
Drawing in the left knee.
Drawing in both knee-joints at the same time.
Tearing in the right knee-joint while standing and sitting.
Constant boring, tearing in the right knee while sitting.
Jerking on the inner side of the right knee.
Stitches as from needles above the left hough (aft. 36. h.).
Sudden giving way of the left knee while walking; in the afternoon.
Pain as from a sprain in the left knee while walking.
Painful lameness in the left hough.
In the legs the pain increases while standing, so that he is soon compelled to walk or to sit down, and this pain begins when he has only stood a minute.
The pain in the tibia increases and is constant while sitting, but passes off while walking.
Pressure as from a bruise on the inner side of the muscles of the calves while sitting; somewhat alleviated by standing and by touching these parts, but the pain becomes more severe again after sitting down (aft. 2 h.).
Drawing pain in the leg, from the right knee to the toes while sitting.
Painful drawing on the posterior side of the left leg, down from the calf, passing off while walking; in the afternoon.
Drawing, tearing in the right tibia.
Tearing in the leg, down to the lower point of the tibia.
Tearing in the left tibia.
Tearing in the exterior surface of the right calf, while sitting down (on 1st d.) .
Violent stitch on the exterior side of the calf (aft. 2 h.).
Fine stitches on the inside of the right leg and toward the tibia.
Bruised pain in the legs.
Heaviness in the calves.
Burning with pressure, on the upper part of the tibia below the knee.
Sensation on the upper part of the tibia and on the head of the fibula as if a warm hand was laid upon them.
Burning itching on the legs in the evening, while undressing, with a desire to scratch, and increased burning afterwards; the skin becomes dry an cracks easily for five weeks and after that time it peels off.
Burning itching, inciting to scratch, on the left leg, with little white knots as large as millet grains after scratching; these scale off like bran.
On the left foot a tearing pressure on the inner side of the ankle, while sitting (aft. 35 h.).
Tearing in the hollow of the right foot, while sitting.
Tearing in the soles of the feet, while walking.
Lancinating pain on the outside of the left ankle (while sitting) (aft. 5 h.).
Fine stitches in the dorsum of the right foot.
Stitches in the lower surface of the heel, while sitting.
Violent stitches in the middle of the left foot, beginning at the ankles, while resting.
Stitches in the lower surface of the first and second metatarsus.
Cramp in the sole of the foot, at night.
Pain in the heels as if bruised, while standing.
Heaviness and relaxed state of the feet.
Corrosive itching on the dorsum of the right foot.
Corrosive itching on the interior side of the left ankle.
Drawing in the toes of the left foot.
Drawing tearing on the lower side of the big toe of the right foot, while sitting.
Tearing in the ball of the big toe of the left foot, frequent (aft. 2d d.).
Twitching in the ball of the big toe of the left foot (on 1st d.).
Painful jerking in the left big toe.
Stitches in the toes while resting.
Sharp stitches in the toes of the left foot, while standing (aft. ¼ h.).
Stitches, where there was formerly a corn.
Painful, dull stitches in the last three toes of the right foot (aft. 20 h.).
Burrowing pain in the toes as if from tight shoes.
Soreness of the little right toe as if from tight shoes (aft. 6 h.).
Soreness on the corn of the second toe of the left foot, as if from a tight shoe (aft. 3 h.).
Tickling itching inciting to scratch, on the toes, as if they were frozen (aft. 11 h.).
Itching, burning and redness of the toes, as if they had been frozen.
The skin of the whole body itches.
The herpes extends.
All parts of the body are painfully sensitive; if any part is only lightly pressed, it pains for a long time.
Spasmodic pains in the muscles of the whole body, here and there, now in the upper, then in the lower limbs, while sitting.
Tearing of different long bones, especially at their extremities.
Stitches as of needles in various parts of the body (aft. ½ h.).
Fine pricking and burning in various parts of the body (aft. 1 h.).
Drawing pain, now in the right upper arm, then in the left knee-joint; now in the right, then in the left thigh.
The ailments are wont to appear simultaneously in various parts, especially on both halves of the body above the small of the back.
While sitting down, pains of various kinds simultaneously in all parts of the body.
While sitting, boring pains in the whole head, the thighs, and the tibial and tarsal bones, with sleepiness and relaxed state of the whole body.
He feels most comfortable while walking very slowly.
Several spasms quickly following each other in the back part of the chest right across, then in the epigastrium and afterward in the hypogastrium, especially on the right side, with a sensation as if there was a shaking through the whole body; while standing in the evening.
Concussion of the nerves.
The epileptic attacks become more violent and follow in shorter intervals, with an epileptic patient.
With two epileptic patients the attacks become more violent and return at shorter intervals, but soon the intervals are lengthened and the attacks become extremely mild.
Uncomfortable feeling of disease in the whole body.
Weakness and painful sensitiveness in all the limbs, with pains in the heels when standing.
Lack of strength of all parts.
Marked lack of strength.
Great lassitude and staggering gait (shortly).
Sensation of trembling in the whole body (aft. 1 h.).
Anxious trembling with weariness.
Lassitude (aft. 12-16 h.).
Lassitude and heaviness in the limbs.
Heaviness in the whole body, especially in the calves.
Painful weariness in the arms and legs.
After a short walk his arms feel as if bruised next day.
The long bones of the upper and lower limbs, as also all the joints, feel as if bruised after any exercise, with painfulness of the muscles when touched.≡ more ...