Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Baryta Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Swellings of the arms, with pain of the axillary glands.
Pain in the deltoid muscle on raising the arm.
The arm becomes numbed when one lies down.
Hands cold, with bluish spots.
Swollen veins and redness of the hands.
Hands dry, like parchment.
Trembling of the hand when writing.
Violent tingling and gnawing in the palm of the hand, with desire to scratch.
Peeling off of the skin of the back of the hand, and of the tops of the fingers.
The fingers are numbed.
Pain, as of dislocation or of stiffness of the coxo-femoral joint.
Tension in the legs, as if the tendons were too short.
Drawing pain in r. nates as if the flesh were being torn off.
Violent stitches; burning in nates.
Drawing pain down whole l. leg (Acet.).
Burning pains in nates; in bend of thigh; in knee-pan; in soles.
Tractive and acute pains in legs, as if in the bones.
Itching in the thighs, even at night.
Shootings in the joints of the knee.
Tension in the tibia and in the calves and the legs.
Cramps in the calves of the legs and in the toes on stretching out the limbs.
Inquietude and trembling in the legs and feet.
Pain in the joint of the foot, as from a sprain.
Fetid sweat of the feet.
Ulcers in the feet.
Lymphatic and painful swelling in the fleshy part of the great toe.
Pain like that of a corn in the callous part of the sole of the foot, esp. when walking.
Corns, with burning shootings and pinchings.≡ more ...