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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Causticum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Pains in the arms at night.
Drawing pains and acute pulling, in the arms and hands.
Convulsive movements and shocks in the arms.
Itching and eruptions on the arms.
Warts on the arms.
Pressure on the shoulders.
Shooting pains in the front part of the arms, from the fingers to the elbow.
Paralytic feeling in the r. hand.
Sensation of fulness in the hands, on grasping an object.
Tearing in r. wrist-joint.
Drawing pains in the hands, and the joints of the fingers.
Spasmodic weakness and trembling of the hands.
Paleness and painful torpor of the fingers.
Tension of the posterior joints of the fingers when bending them.
Contraction and induration of the tendons of the fingers.
Itching tetters on the fingers.
Pain as from dislocation in the coxo-femoral joint, with inability to walk and to continue standing.
Pain as from a bruise in the thighs and legs, whilst in bed, in the morning.
Tensive stiffness in the joints of the legs, and of the feet.
Contraction and tension in the heel and tendo Achillis.
Drawing pains and acute pulling in the thighs, the legs, the knees, and the feet, with swelling of the parts.
Unsteady walk, and tendency to fall in children.
Skin marbled, on the thighs and on the legs.
Tension and cramp-like pain in the legs and calves of the legs.
Cramps in the feet.
Pains in the instep, in the ankle bones, in the soles of the feet, and in the toes, on walking.
Neuralgic pains in the soles of the feet.
Contraction in the instep, with tensive pain when stepping.
Coldness of the feet.
Swelling of the feet.
Pains in the varices.
Tingling in the soles of the feet.
Festering vesicles and ulcerations on the heels.
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