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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Berberis Vulgaris in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
BACK AND NECK
Cold sensation in the left side of the neck in a place of the size of a quarter of a dollar, becoming a slight burning.
Tensive, burning sensation in the upper part of the left side of the neck with stiffness.
Tensive, not very sensitive, pain in the neck with stiffness, lasting for several minutes, several times.
Tensive feeling of stiffness in one or another place on the back or side of the neck.
On stooping, a drawing pain in the neck as if the muscles were tense (after half an hour).
Tearing, pressive pain in the cords of the neck, worse on the left side.
Burning, sticking pain between the shoulders (for ten minutes).
Tearing, sticking pain in the left side of the neck and posteriorly in slow jerks extending upward to the occiput (seventh and eighth days).
Sudden stitches shoot rapidly from the left side of the neck to the muscles on the inner side of the upper arm, so that she is startled by them (twenty-first day).
Lightning-like stitches shoot from the right clavicle upward on that side of the neck in six to eight jumping-like, long stitches, as if one were pierced with a sharp needle (fourth day).
Shooting, violent, cutting tearings on the left side of the neck in the muscles near the axis, lasting several minutes, with painful stiffness of the neck, so that she is not able to move the head (third day).
Tearing in the left side of the neck for half a minute (fifty-first day).
Slight tearing in the upper part of the left side of the neck.
Rheumatic tearing in the left side of the neck.
Tearing in the right side of the neck several times for half a minute, once also with pain on external pressure (forty-sixth day).
Superficial tensive tearing on the right side of the neck.
Just below the left shoulder-blade rheumatic pain extending into the lumbar region.
On the outer lower margin of the right-shoulder-blade and in the ribs externally, she noticed at times when grasping it a violent continued pain, as if the region were swollen, or injected with blood, suppurating (fifty-fifth to sixtieth days).
Drawing in the shoulder-blades and sides of the chest in the region of the pectoral muscles.
Tearing, sticking pain in the right shoulder-blade across the back, as if the region were ulcerated (forty-second day).
Digging, pulsating stitches in the region of the tip of the left shoulder-blade, extending upward and outward below the shoulder, chiefly along its inner margin (one hundred and tenth day).
Tearing in the tip of the right shoulder-blade (forty-eighth day).
Pressive tearing in the left shoulder-blade extending to the shoulder, the left upper and anterior pectoral region along the expansion of the pectoral muscles, and also over the forearm and hand (for two days).
Digging, sticking tearing in the tip of the left shoulder-blade.
Tearing pain just below the spine of the right scapula, extending outward to a place as large as half a dollar, first noticed on touch, at ten o'clock in the evening, and continuing the next day (twenty-eighth day).
Sticking pain between the shoulder-blades increased by inspiration (eleventh day).
Tearing pain between the shoulders (tenth day).
Tearing pain in the spine between the shoulders.
Tearing pain in the back between the shoulder-blades, extending towards the lumbar region (after six hours).
Feeling of coldness with a kind of painless tearing in the upper part of the right side of the back (one hundredth day).
Tensive, sticking pain in the region of the lower dorsal vertebra extending toward the lumbar region (second day).
A stitch from the lower portion of the dorsal vertebra extending through the chest, so that it took away her breath; it pains some time afterwards; breathing is on that account more difficult (forty-fifth day).
Frequent tearing on both sides of the dorsal spine.
A burning-tensive pain in the lumbar and sacral regions.
Burning, burning-itching, or burning-digging in one or the other lumbar region, seldom in both, sometimes also in the sacral region, generally superficial or at times deeper, but then also sticking or gnawing, frequently extending around the abdomen.
Tensive stiff feeling in the lumbar region, with a kind of numb sensation, sometimes in the morning, on waking, when lying upon the back, with a decided lameness of the body.
Pressive-digging or gnawing pain in one or the other lumbar regions, as if an ulcer would appear.
Tearing, dragging pain in the sacrum, with dragging pain in the anus.
A violent stitch beginning in the lumbar portion of the spine extending outward across the left lumbar region (forty-seventh day).
Some stitches in one or the other lumbar region, especially in the region of the kidneys, at times fine, at times dull, at times as if a nail were sticking in, and so violent and sudden that it stops the breath; from without inward.
Burning stitches, single or several in succession, in the region of the loins and kidneys.
Pulselike stitches at short or long intervals from without inward in one or the other lumbar and kidney region.
Slight superficial tearing in one or the other lumbar region.
Bubbling sensation in the lumbar region usually on only one side, sometimes lasting a short time, sometimes several minutes, more when lying and when rising from sitting.
A feeling of warmth in the lower part of the back and in the small of the back, as if the lumbar region were asleep, extending down into the sacrum, the hips, and the posterior portion of the thighs.
Burning-itching in the lower portion of the back.
Burning pain in the sacrum, mostly with tension and pressure.
Drawing pain in the sacrum, usually one-sided, or pressing, or tearing, or alternating therewith.
Digging pressure, or tearing-sticking pain in the sacrum.
A dull twinging stitch obliquely from without inward and downward, in the left side of the sacrum, in the morning, in bed, on waking, accompanied by pressure.
Twinging pain in the sacrum with desire for stool (on the first days).
Superficial tearing pain in the sacrum, frequently upon only one side.
Tearing or tearing-sticking pain in the sacrum, at times only on one side.
Bruised and paralyzed feeling in the sacrum, as after unaccustomed long stooping, often in the morning, immediately on waking, mostly worse when sitting and lying than when walking, very frequent and lasting.
Itching in the sacrum, burning, biting, or with fine stitches.
Tearing pain in the region of the left Tuberculinum tuber ischii.
Tearing pain in the right Tuberculinum tuber ischii, extending forward to the right side of the uterus, for several minutes when sitting.
Bubbling sensation below the Tuberculinum tuber ischii, extending inward and downward, as if a worm as large as the finger were forcing its way downward.≡ more ...