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Calcarea Carbonica - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - Clarke

Carbonate Of Lime, Calc carb, Calcarea, Calcarea Carbonicum, Calc c, Calcium carbonicum, Calcarea Carbonica Ostrearum, Calcarea Carbonica Hahn. Cal carb, Calcarea carb, calc. carb., cal carb, Calc.

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


Upper extremities

Drawing pains in the arms, even at night.

Cramp, and cramp-like pains, in the arms, hands, and fingers.

Sudden attacks of paralytic weakness in the arms (l.).

Acute, cramp-like pains in the forearm.

Furunculi on the forearm.

Pains, as of dislocation, in the wrist-joint (r.).

Swelling of the hands.

Arthritic nodosities, swelling of the wrist, and of the joints of the fingers.

Swelling of the veins of the hands.

Sweating of the hands.

Perspiration of the palms of the hands.

Trembling of the hands.

Hands and fingers dead, even in a warm temperature, and esp. on taking hold of an object.

Warts on the arms and on the hands.

Furunculi on the hands and the fingers.

Tingling in the fingers, as when they are asleep.

Frequent paralytic weakness in the fingers.

Heavy movement of the fingers.

Contraction of the fingers.


Lower extremities

Drawing lancinations, or incisive, acute pains in the hips and in the thighs, chiefly when resting upon them.

Limping, which occurs when resting on the toes in walking.

Weight and stiffness of the legs.

Cramps in the legs.

Pain, as of dislocation, in the joints of the hips, knees, and the feet.

The legs go to sleep when one is seated.

Itching in the thighs and the feet.

Varices in the legs.

Tearing and stinging in the knee.

Drawings, shootings, and acute pains in the knees, esp. when standing or sitting, also when walking.

The child is late learning to walk.

Swelling of the knees.

Tension in the ham, when in a squatting position.

Cramps in the hams, the calves of the legs, the soles of the feet, and the toes, chiefly on extending the legs, pulling on boots, or during the night.

Red spots on the legs.

Phlegmasia alba dolens.

Erysipelatous inflammation and swelling of the legs.

Ulcers on the legs.

Swelling of the malleoli and of the soles of the feet.

Inflammatory swelling of the instep.

Furunculi on the feet and legs.

Burning in the soles of the feet.

Sweating of the feet.

In the evening, coldness and numbness of the feet; esp. at night, in bed.

Painful sensibility of the great, toe.

Corns on the feet, with burning pain, as of excoriation.

Contraction of the toes.

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