Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Kali Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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In the arm, severe tensive pain for eight days, so that he could not lift it up straight; but he could move it backwards on his back, lie upon it and grasp the joint without pain.
Paralytic tension and drawing in the left arm, from the top of the shoulder down into the forearm, with tendency to go to sleep, in the morning on awaking (34th d.).
Drawing pain in the left arm (aft. 21 h.).
Twitching in the arm, in the evening on going to sleep.
Frequent twitching of the left arm.
Tearing in the left arm, from above down into the wrist.
Violent tearing in the whole of the left arm (7th d.).
In a cold temperature, the arms lose their warmth, become numb and almost as if asleep.
Both the arms go to sleep and are benumbed in the cold; they also go to sleep after violent motion.
The arm, on which he lies at night, goes to sleep.
The arms go to sleep, in the morning in bed; they feel rigid and paralyzed with a sensation of internal pressure, and the hands are without sensation, for half an hour.
He feels paralyzed in both arms (the first days).
The arms get tired readily, when writing (aft. 3 d.).
Weakness and want of strength in both arms.
Weakness of the arm, with swelling of the upper arms and the hands.
Itching of the arms, with little white pimples after scratching, as large as grains of millet.
On the upper left arm, quivering in the fleshy part.
Burning tension on the right upper arm, just above the elbow.
Tearing in the right upper arm, above the bend of the elbow, in the evening.
Tearing in the left upper arm, occasionally extending to the top of the shoulder (11th, 16th, 20th d.).
Tearing in the upper parts of the right upper arm and in the elbow (12th and 22d d.).
Shooting tearing in the left upper arm.
Shooting in the right upper arm.
Shooting pain in the left upper arm, at intervals.
Subsultus of the muscles on the left upper arm (18th, 19th, 25th d.).
A pimple on the upper part of the upper arm, itching and paining.
Bruised pain in the right upper arm, especially on raising the arm.
Paralytic pain in both the upper arms, chiefly on moving them.
Pain in the elbow, as if it were stiff, on stretching the right arm, after it had been bent.
Drawing and tearing in both the elbows, occasionally with a sensation of warmth in them, frequently recurring.
Tearing in the bend of both the elbows (3d, 6th and 22d d.).
Tearing stitches in the bend of the left elbow.
Severe stitches in the bend of both the elbows, in the morning in bed; going off after rising.
On the fore-arm, tensive pain.
Drawing pain in the fore-arm.
Violent, short drawing, from the arm into the hand (aft. 2 d.).
Paralytic, obtusely paining, drawing from the left fore-arm into the hand.
Tearing in the upper part of both the fore-arms.
Tearing in the middle of both the fore-arms.
Tearing in both the fore-arms, toward the wrist.
The hands pain in the metacarpal bones, on grasping.
Obtuse pressive pain on the dorsum of the left hand.
Drawing on the inner surface of the left wrist, aggravated by motion.
Tearing in the wrists (11th and 20th d.).
Tearing in the outer process of the wrist-joint (29th d.).
Fine tearing in the left wrist-joint, extending toward the ring-finger, frequently recurring (4th d.).
Tearing in the right wrist-joint when knitting, frequently recurring.
Dull, pressive tearing in both hands, between the thumb and the index (16th, 12th and 21st d.).
Violent tearing, from the dorsum of the left hand into the fingers.
Violent tearing in the dorsum of the left hand, as if in the marrow of the bones, almost intolerable.
Shooting in the left wrist-joint on motion, then also while at rest, some sharp stitches.
Burning on the left hand, as from red-hot coals.
The hands go to sleep, in the morning on awaking, with a dull headache, increasing after rising, with frequent empty eructations until toward noon.
Lack of strength in the hands.
Trembling of the hands, while writing, in the morning.
Itching on the wrist.
Violent itching of the palms, in the evening, near the fingers (1st d.).
Itching above the right wrist-joint, going off by scratching.
Itching vesicles in the palm.
Red, elevated spot, shaped like a lentil above the wrist.
Rough, chapped skin on the hands.
In the fingers, drawing pain in the posterior joints.
Tearing in the middle joint of the index.
Tearing under the thumb-nail.
Tearing in the phalanges and joints of several fingers.
Tearing under the finger-nails (34th d.).
Transient tearing in the fingers, and at the same time in the toes.
Tearing in the left thumb.
Tearing in the joint of the left middle finger.
Tearing in the left little finger, toward the tip, passing away by motion, but frequently recurring.
Violent tearing behind the right index, extending to its tip.
Dull tearing in the ball of the thumb (9th d.).
Some fine tearing pains, in the left little finger.
Shooting tearing under the nail and in the tip of the index.
Drawing tearing in the tip of the little finger.
Burning tearing in the tip of the index (10th d.).
Shooting in the fingers of the right hand.
Fine, painful shooting under the nail of the left middle finger.
Fine, intermitting shooting in the middle joint of the right index.
Painful shooting in the right index, as if needle and thread were passed from the posterior part toward the tip; relieved by bending the finger; renewed by stretching it.
Fine, keen shooting as if from an ulcer, in the tips of the four fingers of the right hand.
Ulcerative pain in the posterior joint of the left thumb, in the evening.
Burning pain, as from a glowing coal, on two fingers of the left hand.
Burning in the tip of the little finger.
Sore pain, in the morning, in the anterior joint of the middle finger, especially under the nail, not increased by touching it.
Crawling in the tip of the right middle finger.
The fingers open and close by jerks, in the morning in bed; then numbness, difficult motion and chilliness of the fingers.
Numbness and insensibility of the right thumb, for several weeks.
The thumb goes to sleep, toward morning in bed.
The finger-tips go to sleep, chiefly in the morning.
The thumbs feel paralyzed, from knitting.
Stiffness and paralytic weakness of the right thumb and index, when writing.
Little itching pimples behind the left thumb; they continue to itch after scratching.
A blister on the little finger.
An erosive blister on the left index, which, being opened, discharged for several days, not a purulent, but a watery liquid.
Around the border of the nail of the middle finger, burning pain.
Inflammation on the border of the nail of the index, like a paronychia; on pressing on it thin pus is discharged, for seven days.
In the left lumbar region, tearing to and fro, while sitting, going off when in motion.
In the nates, muscular twitching.
Dull pain in the nates.
Tearing around and in the nates, near the hip-joint.
Fits of pinching tearing in the nates.
Pain in the nates and thighs from sitting, as if they were festering.
Itching between the nates.
Soreness between the thighs.
In the hip-joint a pinching tearing.
Tearing pain in the left hip, from time to time.
Tearing in the hips and knees, also when sitting.
Tearing, occasionally formicating, in the hips on their integuments (19th, 21st and 30th d.).
Twitching pain in the left hip-joint, when turning the thigh.
Fine, but very acute stinging in the left hip-joint, when standing; after sitting down there is a stitch tearing down the whole thigh; as if it were in the narrow, going off after rising from the seat.
Pain, as from a blow, in the upper part of the left hip-bone, when walking and when touched.
Bruised pain of the hip-joint, with pain on moving and on sneezing.
In the lower limbs, pressure in the bones, now here, now there.
Tearing in the left thigh and in the tibia, during the menses.
Burning pain, in both the lower limbs, also at times with acute stitches.
Restlessness in the lower limbs, in the evening, she had to walk about.
Restlessness in the legs, in the evening; he had to stretch them often.
Sudden great heaviness of the left thigh, so that he could only move it with difficulty; it felt paralyzed, at night in bed, and the following day when sitting.
Heaviness of the lower limbs.
Sensation of numbness in the whole of the right thigh, as if it was going to sleep, with great sensation of heaviness remaining in it, in the morning on awaking.
Sensation of numbness and great tendency to go to sleep in the whole of the right lower limb especially in the leg.
Frequent going to sleep of the lower limbs.
The lower limb goes to sleep, while lying down.
The right limb goes to sleep and tingles.
While sitting, first one then the other lower limb goes to sleep.
Lack of strength in the lower limbs, they give way.
Stiffness of the lower limb (aft. 10 d.).
In the thighs, muscular twitching.
Drawing pain in the thigh (aft. 11 d.).
Drawing pain in the left thigh, down to the knee.
Drawing pain in the thigh, when ascending, as if it would break.
Paralytic drawing in the whole thigh, often increased to tearing, worse when standing and in the warmth of the bed, often only in the evening and at night.
Tearing on the upper and inner part of the thigh.
Tearing on the posterior part of the thigh, close to the nates, toward the genitals.
Sore pain in the middle part of the thigh, when touched.
Worn out feeling in the thighs, as if he was fatigued by walking, many days, chiefly in the afternoon.
Feeling of fatigue in both thighs, above the knees, in the evening.
Severe bruised pain, a hand's breadth above the right knee, as if the thigh was about to drop off, when standing; worse when sitting, and continuing afterward both in rest and in motion.
Quivering in the right thigh, on the anterior side.
Paralytic sensation of the whole thigh, with a sensation as if it would go to sleep.
Two little pimples on the left thigh.
An itching spot on the thigh, near the hip; after scratching, it turns into an ulcer.
A lump above the knee, with pressive tearing pain.
On the knee, a dull pain on the side, when walking and especially when stretching the limb.
Tensive pain in the right knee, and then formication in it; only while walking, it goes off when sitting.
Stiffness in the knees (aft. two d.).
Stiffness, tension and weakness in the right knee, as if tightly bandaged.
Drawing pain in the knee, when walking, extending into the thigh.
Frequent tearing in the knees.
Tearing in both knees (1st d.).
Tearing in the hough.
Tearing in the knee and the knee-joint in the evening, with warmth in it.
Ripping-up pain in the knees, when walking and sitting.
Beating and throbbing in the left knee, repeated by day.
Quivering of the left knee (2d d.).
Pain as of a sprain in the knee, on rising from the seat, for several minutes.
The knees go to sleep and pain, when walking fast, he could hardly bend them.
Paralytic feeling in the knee, when sitting.
Paralytic pain in the right knee, when walking (6th d.).
Itching on the knee.
Eruption in the hough.
In the right leg, drawing pain down into the foot, for several days.
Paralytic drawing in the legs.
Drawing and tearing in the bones of the legs.
Tearing in the upper part of the tibia, below the knee.
Tearing in both the tibiae, with pain in the periosteum on touching them, and tension therein when walking.
Tearing in the left tibia.
Tearing in the upper part of the calf (20th d.).
Tearing in the right calf, passing on pressing and rubbing it, and then disappearing.
Straining sensation in the left calf, as if the tendons were too short, in standing, not in sitting.
Straining sensation in the calves, as if they were too short, on rising from the seat, by day.
Cramp in the right calf (aft. 20 h.).
Shooting in the shaft of the tibia.
Quivering on the anterior surface of the left leg, when standing.
Itching on the tibia.
Violent itching on the legs, in the evening.
An itching lump and three vesicles, with inflamed areola on the tibia.
Tetter on the thigh.
In the feet, tension, almost without swelling.
Pressive pain in the heel.
Pressive pain in the sole of the foot, on treading and walking.
Pinching drawing in the foot, as from great weariness.
Spasmodic tearing on the ankle, with pulsation about that part, and up the tibia, extending to the knee.
Tearing about the ankles, when the feet are cold, ceasing when they get warm.
Frequent tearing in the ankle-joints.
Tearing just above the ankles (20th d.).
Tearing on the inner side of the foot and of the sole.
Tearing in the dorsum of the foot, extending into the toes.
Tearing from the inner ankle, across to the tendo Achillis.
Drawing tearing in the feet, even into the toes.
Shooting in the left foot, inward.
Shooting on the dorsum of the foot.
Stitches under the ankle.
A pain like a stitch shot into her ankle, while walking, as if the foot would break; she had to stand still.
Severe drawing and shooting, in the morning, several hours after rising, in the left ankle, when treading, paining worst in the evening, with pecking there and shooting in the heel; she dare not move her foot, she has to keep it suspended; it feels too heavy, is swollen and hot when touched at that spot.
Shooting under the heel, as from needle pricks.
Shooting in the foot.
Violent shooting in the tendons, behind the right outer ankle, when running; going off when at rest.
Shooting and burning in the feet, after a walk.
Visible quiverings on the dorsum of the left foot, in the evening.
Formication in the soles of the feet, toward the toes.
Formicating burning, in the soles of the feet, and painful sensitiveness of the same.
Heaviness and stiffness of the feet.
The feet go to sleep, after a meal.
The left foot goes to sleep, during dinner.
Cold feet, in bed.
Cold feet, while the face is hot.
Sweating of the soles of the feet.
Profuse sweat on the feet, for many days.
Swelling of the feet.
Severe swelling of the feet, extending to the ankles.
Swelling and redness of the soles of the feet, with burning in them, even while lying down, but much more when treading.
Severe itching about the ankle joint, in the morning in bed.
Severe itching and heat of the feet, in the evening, as if they had been frozen.
The tips of the toes pain, when walking.
Cramp in the left big toe, so that he could not stretch it, while sitting, in the evening.
Tearing in the toes (4th, 7th, 11th and 20th d.).
Tearing in the posterior phalanx of the big toes (11th, 16th, 19th and 34th d.).
Tearing in the tips of the big toes (17th, 11th and 36th d.).
Gnawing, on the outer edge of the right big toe.
Pricking as from needles in the ball of the big toe.
Tickling stinging in the tips of the toes.
Fine stitches with itching in the tip of the big toe.
Pain as from a sprain in the posterior joint of the big toes, while walking, but most painful when raising them up (11th and 33d d.).
Tickling formication in the toe and sole.
Itching on the lower surface of the toes.
Violent itching on the big toe, below the nail, with pain when touched.
Inflamed red (chil) blains on the toes, with pressive pain.
Chilblain on the ball of the big toe, with stinging cutting pain, red and thick.
Bluish-red chilblains on the ball of the big toe, inflamed with a cutting pain and needle pricks, especially when wearing shoes and boots.
The corns pain acutely.
Stitches in the corn.
The nail of the big toe pains on the side, as if it would grow into the flesh (14th d.).
The limbs pain, in those parts on which they rest (aft. 4 d.).
The whole body is very sensitive; wherever she touched herself or moved, it pained her (3d and 4th d.).
Pressive pain in the joints of the knees, the feet and the hands, only while at rest.
Pressive pain in the joints and drawing pains in the shafts of the long bones.≡ more ...