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Elaeis Guineensis - Extremities, Limbs symptoms

South American Palm, Elaeis Guineensis, Ela.

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


Extremities, limbs

Beating on the left arm, as if it were drummed on with the finger (afternoon), (first day),

Beating in l. arm.

Upper extremities

Pains in the right shoulder, as from a blow (third day),

Tumor on the left arm (second day),

He approaches his hand to the fire without feeling burnt, though any one else would get burnt by doing so; after the lapse of an hour, however, he feels badly burnt (fourth day),

Swelling of l. arm.

Insensibility of hand to fire-heat when approached to fire, but an hour after he feels it badly.

Lower extremities

Staggering gait (afternoon), (first day),


Pain in the right knee, as from a blow (second and third day),

Pain at the bend of the knee, as from a blow (third day).


Swelling of the right leg (second day),

Weakness of the legs (third day),

Acute pain at the lower part of the left leg, as from the stroke of a penknife (second day),

Stinging pains in the right leg (second day),

Throbbing pain in the calves (third day),

Hammering pain in the tibia, nape of the neck, and right foot (third day),


The swelling of the foot gradually increases (fourth day),

Pain, on walking, whenever the foot touched the ground; the same pain is felt on touching the soles of the feet with the hand (second day),

Constant hammering pain in the foot (fourth day),

Staggering gait.

Weakness of legs.

Swelling of r. leg.

Sharp pain lower part of l. leg as if a pen-knife were stuck in.

Throbbing in calves.

Hammering in tibia, nape of neck, and r. foot.

Soreness of soles of feet when walking and when touched.

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