Coffea Cruda - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - T.F. AllenCoffee, Unroasted Coffee, Coffea, Coffea crud, Coff.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Coffea Cruda in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Exhausted, heavy, and powerless in the limbs; the knees knock together; febrile warmth internally and externally, together with chilliness, after 4 P.M.,
Sense of lightness in the limbs.
She was obliged to lie down after every walk, on account of pain in the limbs,
Bruised pain in all the joints, especially of those that had been bent, in the morning, in bed, disappearing on rising,
Sticking jerking in one or another limb,
A kind of spasmodic drawing up, together with twitches in the arms, after holding them in a bent position,
Great weakness in the arms, and weariness in the whole body,
Tearing in the left arm, so that she could not move it easily,
Rheumatic, bruised pain in the left upper arm,
The hands tremble if he tries to hold them still,
Cramplike contraction, at times, in one or another finger; in the morning he was unable to straighten the little finger,
Sensation of numbness in the fingers (after a quarter of an hour),
Sensitive drawing or tearing downward in the soft parts of the fingers (after two hours),
A finger that had been slightly burnt, but was quite painless before the drug was taken, began to pain violently (after three hours),
The slightest rubbing of the woollen clothing made the inner side of the thigh sore, or at least caused a painful sensation of soreness,
Pain, as if bruised, on the nates beneath the hip-joints, from the ischium to the thigh, while sitting and walking; while walking he was obliged to limp,
Trembling motion of the knees while descending steps (secondary action) (?),
Cramp in the calf, on drawing up the knee,
Drawing pain beneath the right knee.
A jerking, corroding, and smarting on the right tibia, during rest and motion, with a sensation as if the bones were bruised, together with a sensation of heat in them,
A jerking sticking beneath the inner malleolus of the right foot, on stepping upon the heel or bending the foot backward, even on touching the part,
Trembling of the feet (after one hour and three-quarters),
Constant weariness of the feet, extending half way up the thighs, after walking in the open air,
Cramp in the soles of the feet, on putting out the foot,
Slight stitches in the balls of the great toes, at 4 P.M.≡ more ...