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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Anatherum Muricatum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Lost the use of his limbs (after one hour and a half),
Arms flexed at elbow in a right angle,
Irritation of the hands and arms, with sharp lancinating pains,
Rapid convulsive twitching of muscles of hands,
Hands firmly clenched,
Tendency to cramps in lower extremities,
Legs stretched straight out,
Red and Viola Odorata violet spots on the arms, as if he had been beaten.
Sensation as if his arms were kept stretched out stiff by bars of iron inside them.
Burning and lancinating pains in the arms.
Red swelling of the articulations of the arms, with burning and tearing pains as in rheumatism.
Contusive pains in the arms.
Convulsive motions of the upper extremities, especially in the forearms.
Erysipelatous swelling of the arms.
Excoriated places on the arms, as if caused by burns.
Abscesses and ulcers on the arms and hands, penetrating to the bones.
Infiltration of the arms, especially morning and afternoon.
Paralytic weakness of the arms.
Eruptions like itch or Usnea Barbata lichen on the arms and hands.
The hands are icy cold and go to sleep.
Ulcers and fissures on the hands.
Cutting sensation along the fingers, and if they were dislocated or broken.
Swelling of the finger-joints, with rheumatic and gouty pains.
Tophi in the finger-joints, which move with great difficulty.
The fingers deformed and contracted.
Burning, pulsative pains, and pains as from whitlow, on the fingers.
Diseased and distorted nails.
Painful feeling of extreme weariness in the hips, with inability to move after sitting still some time.
Stiffness, with lancinating and crampy pains in the sacrum and iliac bone.
Obstinate stiffness, extending from the hip to the knee.
Paralytic weakness and palsy of the legs, with complete insensibility.
Sciatic and rheumatic pains in the legs, making him cry out, and aggravated chiefly by cold.
Burning pains in the thighs and knees.
Erysipelatous swelling of the legs.
Crampy pains and acute drawings in the legs and at the instep.
Boils and inflamed red pimples on different parts of the legs.
Rheumatic and gouty pains in the legs and feet, especially in the heels.
Feet swollen, red, burning, he cannot bear anything on them.
Ulcer on the outside of the right thigh, as coming from an abscess, penetrating deeply and suppurating copiously.
Very painful boils on the legs.
Varicose swelling of the legs.
When walking, acute contractions in the extremities of the toes and under the nails, with bleeding fissures in the feet.
Lancinating pains in the corns, which inflame.
Blisters and ulcers on the soles of the feet.
The nails grow awry, and hurt the toes.
Very bad-smelling perspiration of the feet.≡ more ...