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Agnus Castus - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - T.F. Allen

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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Agnus Castus in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.


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EXTREMITIES, LIMBS

Upper extremities

Dull tearing stitches on the top of the left shoulder,

Tearing, with pressure, in the right shoulder-joint, a sort of dislocation pain, more violent during motion and inspiration (after three hours),

Hard pressure in the right axilla, more violent by touch (after half an hour),

Corrosive itching behind the axilla,

Hard pressure in the upper arm, superiorly, internally, more violent by touch (after three quarters of an hour),

Sharp prickings directly above the elbow-joint, in the external surface of the left upper arm,

Pressure in the right elbow-joint, more violent during motion (after thirteen hours),

Jerking in the region of the right elbow, disappearing by moving the arm,

Dull stitch in the outer side of the right olecranon process, a few inches above the wrist-joint (after one hour and a half),

Paralytic pain in the left wrist-joint, perceptible only when turning the hand,

Paralytic jerking-drawing in the metacarpal bones of the left index-finger, more violent during contact,

Long, sharp stitch in the eminence of the lower joint of the index-finger,

Swelling of a finger-joint, with arthritic tearing pain,

Buzzing and humming in the right index-finger,

Sticking in the fingers of the right hand; in the evening of the fifth day,

Pressure in the muscles of the left thumb,

Dull sticking in the upper joint of the right thumb,

Lower extremities

Lancinating pain in the right hip-joint, sometimes extending above and below the hip-joint, more violent during motion, abating in rest, when it resembles more a tearing with pressure, accompanied with debility and weariness, which oblige him to sit down; a sort of luxation pain (after thirty-six hours),

Sharp pricking in the right side of the right thigh, high up,

Cramp pain in the left thigh, externally and superiorly, near the hip, only when walking,

Shooting in the bend of the right knee when standing,

Sticking, drawing pains in the bends of both knees, extending into the thigh and leg, with debility, more violent during motion; in rest it is changed to a sort of drawing with pressure, as if the parts were dislocated,

Tearing in the inner side of the left leg, from the knee down to the foot (immediately),

Sensation in the upper part of the left calf as if the skin were pulled at with a string,

Sharp stitch in the external side of the left fibula, a little above the foot, disappearing on pressure,

Paralytic jerking-drawing in the muscles of the left leg, extending from the knee to the foot, the same when walking or when touching the parts (after six hours),

Corrosive itching causes scratching on the anterior surface of the left calf; one handbreadth below the knee,

Corrosive itching in the anterior surface of the tibia,

Pressive pain in the right tibia, when standing,

Intermittent sharp stitches in the region where the fibula and tibia join the tarsus anteriorly (after seven hours),

Sticking in one part of the outer side of the foot, when standing still,

Heaviness in the right foot; sensation as if a heavy load were attached to the tarsal bones, drawing the foot down, in every position of the foot,

Pricking in the left big toe,

Violent stitches in the left big toe, causing the whole limb to jerk,

Tearing in the anterior joints of the left toes; more violent when walking,

Dull intermittent sticking in the bottom of the foot near the heel, independent of contact or walking (after half an hour),

Tearing in the lower limbs for half an hour,

When walking on the pavement the feet easily become turned (fifth day); early in the morning,

Fine lancinations at the bottom of either foot,

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