Kali Carbonicum - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - ClarkeCarbonate Of Potassium, Kali Carb, Kali-Carb, Kali-carb, Kalium Carbonicum, Kali-c.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Kali Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Swelling of shoulder, with pain.
Swelling and sore pain of axillary glands.
Cracking in shoulder-joint when moving or raising arm.
Pain, as from blows and bruises, under r. shoulder-joint, esp. when moving and touching it.
Tearing in l. shoulder-joint.
Pressure on shoulder.
Tension, tearing, pulling, in muscles and joints of shoulders, arms, hands, and fingers.
Cold stiffness and numbness of arms, esp. in the cold, or after violent exercise.
Want of energy in arms and hands, esp. in morning in bed.
Frequent startings in arms.
Stiffness in joint of elbow.
Paralytic pain in wrist.
Shootings in wrist and fingers during movement.
Trembling of hands when writing.
Coldness of hands.
Skin of hands rough and cracked.
Torpor and numbness in extremities of fingers.
Burning pain in extremities of fingers.
Gnawing vesicles on fingers.
Startings in fingers when sewing.
Tearing between thumb and index finger.
Acute pullings (rheumatic pains), esp. at night, in joints and bones of hips, legs, feet, and toes.
The limbs fall asleep while lying.
Numbness and great inclination of whole r. limb to fall asleep, esp. lower leg.
Stitches in l. hip-joint while standing.
Tearing in hips and knees even while sitting.
Paralysis of thighs.
Cramp in r. thigh and calf.
Stiff, cramped feeling in both calves, lasting all day and coming on when walking in morning (Cooper)
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Tearing in and on nates not far from hip-joint.
Great weakness of r. thigh, feeling as if it would give way when walking.
Difficulty in knees on going up or downstairs.
Dull pains in side of knee, walking or extending leg.
Frequent tearing in knees.
Pressive pullings and tearings in legs.
Jerking of muscles of buttocks and thighs.
Burning pain and lancinations in legs and feet.
Uneasiness (restlessness) in legs in evening.
Torpor and numbness of legs.
Crawling shuddering on tibia.
Swelling of legs and feet.
Swelling and redness of soles.
Stiffness of joint of foot.
Shootings in joints of foot.
Cold feet, even at night in bed.
Numbness of feet after a meal.
Fetid perspiration on feet.
Burning pain and shootings (red chilblains on toes) in ball of great toe.
Corns on feet, painful when touched.
Stitches in the painful and sensitive corns.
Sensation as if nail of big toe would grow into flesh.
Tips of toes very painful when walking.≡ more ...