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Carboneum Sulphuratum - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - T.F. Allen

Alcohol Sulphuris, Bisulfide Of Carbon, Carboneum, Carboneum sulfuratum, Carb-s.

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HPUS indication of Carboneum Sulphuratum: Stupor

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

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Extremities, limbs


Trembling of the limbs,

Trembling of all the limbs, especially of the right side,

Rigidity of the limbs,

Rigidity of the limbs; this rigidity made rapid progress, involving all the principal articulations of the limbs,

Marked rigidity and pains in the joints,

The tips of the fingers and toes became rigid and insensible,

Stiffness of the limbs,

Pronounced paraplegia, so that the limbs would not support the body,

Paralysis and atrophy of the extensor muscles,

Feebleness of the limbs,

Dwindling of the limbs and of the whole muscular structure,

Severe pains in the limbs,

Pains in the limbs, like chronic rheumatism, with formication and general prickling,

Jerking-sticking pains in several joints (third day),

Intermitting dull sticking pain (sensitive twitching in single muscle-fibrillae) in several places as large as the tip of the finger, on the inner side of the upper arm and thigh (after one hour and a quarter),

Jerking-sticking transient pains on the back of the left foot and in the right wrist,


Upper extremities

10 P.M., paralytic pain in left arm, from holding newspaper to read in bed,

Violent rheumatic pain in right arm and shoulder, in forenoon (fourth day),

Pressive pain in the right arm (third day),

Slight attacks of itching-sticking pains, in places as large as the tip of the finger, on the inside of the right arm (soon after taking),

Frequent slight stitches in the arms, extending from the shoulder-joint to the wrist (second day),

Diminished sensibility on the arms and hands,

The left arm goes to sleep, with pain and sensation of weariness in it,


Jerking-sticking pain in the right shoulder-joint,


Rheumatic pain in left upper arm, occiput, and nape,

Violent rheumatic pain in left upper arm to the bones, in the evening,

Paroxysmal itching-sticking pain in the left deltoid muscle (sixth day),

Jerking stitches in the upper arm and shoulder-joint (third day),


In evening, frightful rheumatic pain in left elbow-joint, so that he could not move the arm without crying out; when quiet, it was painless (sixth day),

Slight stitches in the right elbow-joint, along the course of the extensors to the wrists, transient, frequently returning during the day,

Tearing pain in the left elbow and in the left shoulder (these parts had formerly been the seat of a rheumatic affection); the pains were transient,

Jerking in the region of the elbow (after eleven hours),


Trembling of the left forearm, with sticking in it, especially about the wrist,

Pressive pain in the left forearm, when touching it or leaning upon it,

Pressive pain in the left forearm, aggravated by leaning upon it, lasting half an hour,

Jerking-stitching pain at the tendinous insertion of the biceps of the forearm, paroxysmal, going and coming, during the afternoon and night (fourth day),


Pain in the left wrist,

Sticking in the left wrist,

Transient jerking pain in the wrist, at one time in the left, at another in the right, lasting only a few seconds, frequently repeated during the day (third day, and noticed for several weeks),


The hands (as in lead-poisoning) were held in pronation and hanging down, on account of the greater weakness of the extensors, although the flexors were also enfeebled,

With the weakness, a kind of cramps or transient contractions of the extensor muscles of the hands, which, for a short time, entirely prevented the fingers from bending,

Piercing pains in metacarpal bones of left hand, when in bed,

Insensibility of the hands; she did not notice deep needle stitches in various portions of the hands,


Dull sticking in the metacarpal joint of the left index finger (after three hours),

Jerking-sticking in various joints of the fingers,

Jerking-sticking in the metacarpal joint of the index finger,

Intermitting jerking-sticking pain in the third phalanx of the left fourth finger, frequently returning (after four hours, and lasting the whole day),

Prickling-sticking feeling in the fingers, especially of the left hand, and in the feet at noon, continuing more or less all day,

Very violent piercing-stitching pains through the middle and ring fingers of the right hand, several times at noon,

Jerking stitches in the joints of the left thumb (second day),

The upper extremities were feeble; the pressure of the hand was diminished in force,

Terrible pains in the upper extremities, especially at night,

Very acute pains in the upper extremities, especially in the shoulder-joints,

Anaesthesia extended over the upper limbs into the thorax,

Marked anaesthesia of the arms and hands,

Prickling and tingling in the arms,

Extreme rigidity of the hands,

Rigidity or insensibility of the hand,

The hands became rigid and contracted,

While lying in bed, the hands were habitually in a state of semiflexion, and could not be completely extended,

The hands became rigid, painful, awkward; extension and flexion were equally difficult,

Rigidity and awkwardness of the hands,

Diminished motility and sensibility of the right hand,

Sensation on the backs of the hands very obtuse; the hands felt as if covered with a glove; the right was worse than the left,

Painful prickling and numbness of the hands,

Anaesthesia, numbness, and feebleness of the hands,

The fingers became swollen, insensible, and difficult to flex or extend,

The fingers seemed rigid and insensible; she could not button her clothes,

The index finger was partially paralyzed with cramps,

The digits became insensible, stiff, and awkward, unable to take hold of small objects,

Numbness of the digits, so that it is difficult to take hold of small objects,

Insensibility and awkwardness of the fingers,


Lower extremities

Weariness of the lower extremities (from the 1st dil.),


Itching in the region of the left hip and pelvis, obliging him to scratch (third day),


Violent (rheumatic) pains in the muscles of the thigh after rising (sixth day),

Violent muscular pains in the thigh the whole day, but especially in the ankle; can scarcely walk (sixth day),

Drawings from the left hip to the knee-joint (after half an hour),

Drawing pain in the left thigh while walking (after half an hour),

Dislocated pain in right thigh when walking in forenoon; the same in left foot near tibia (fourth day),

Jerking-sticking pain in the middle of the thigh, like a pain in a nerve, lasting half an hour, and very painful, repeated during the next forenoon; in the afternoon the same pain is felt between the tibia and fibula, after dinner,

Jerking stitch in the middle of the right thigh,


Pain in the hollow of the knee (second day),

Tensive pain in the right popliteal space, when walking or stretching out the foot,

Drawing pain in the knee-joints (from the 1st dil.),

Sensation in the left knee-joint as though it were sprained,

Dislocated pain in knee and sole when walking in the forenoon, as if he had made a misstep,

Dislocated pain in right knee, repeated several times during the day (second day),

Tearing pain in the right knee and ankle in the afternoon,

Itching, sticking pain in the hollow of both knees, at the point of insertion of the tendons of the gracilis and sartorius muscles, and also in the Tuberculinum tuber ischii,

A peculiar, itching-stitching pain on the external tendons of the left popliteal space, more severe than formerly, and lasting several minutes (third day),


Rheumatic (?) pain in left tibia,

Cramps in the legs and thighs (these cramps frequently occurred when weary),

Stitches extending from the inner side of the left knee to the great toe,


10 P.M., great painful lassitude in ankles and soles of feet,

Pain in the ankles, as from great fatigue caused by long walking,

Frequent transient, jerking pain in the ankles,


Frequent pain in left metatarsal bones when walking, as though they would be dislocated by a false step,

Severe pains in the joints of the foot, as if dislocated, in morning, in bed; walking is very troublesome at first after getting up, but becomes easier by walking (sixth day),

Burning and digging pain in the joints of the feet,

Tearing pain in the left foot, especially in the tarsal bones, transient,

Prickling feeling (formicatio) through both feet, as if from electric currents, while sitting on a perfectly soft sofa; 5.30 P.M. The same sensation afterwards in the arms,

Pain at the insertion of the tendo Achillis in the os calcis on ascending steps (after nine to eleven hours),

Jerking stitches at the point of insertion of the left tendo Achillis in the heel,

Dull pressive pain in the left heel,

Great painful lassitude and weariness in the soles after dinner (third),

Violent cramp in the right sole, relieved by stepping firmly upon it,


A single, violent, sticking, piercing pain from the metatarsal bones into the toes, in the forenoon, when walking,

Some jerking stitches in the balls of the right toes (second day),

Seldom jerking stitches in the toes, and in the muscles of the thighs (fourth day),

Trembling of the lower extremities,

Gait hesitating,

Gait unsteady,

Great feebleness of the lower extremities, so that walking was very difficult,

Walking became very difficult,

While lying down he could move the lower limbs with considerable energy, but on attempting to rise found it very difficult to move them, especially the left,

Walking very difficult, the left limb being more feeble than the right,

Loss of power in the lower extremities,

Great loss of power of the lower extremities,

Very great rigidity of the lower extremities,

Tormented by cramps of the thighs and soles, often lasting half an hour,

Very painful cramps in the thighs and feet,

Pain in the lower extremities,

Prickling in the lower extremities,

Sensibility of the lower limbs impaired; the hands, forearms, and arms, especially at the insertion of the deltoid; this loss of sensibility is not found on the body or in the face,

Diminished sensibility of the lower extremities,

Complete insensibility of the lower extremities,

At one spot on the upper portion of the left leg there is complete insensibility; over the whole extremity sensibility is impaired,

Rigidity of the knees,

Contractions and pain in the muscles of the calves, especially of the right,

Cramps in the calves and legs,

OEdema of the ankles,

Insensibility of the skin of the feet, so that he did not know when the feet touched the ground,


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