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Kalmia Latifolia - Modalities Etc

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HPUS indication of Kalmia Latifolia: Lumbar pain

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



(Morning), On waking, pain in forehead; inflammation of eye; lips swollen; on waking, pain in shoulders; pains in legs.

(Forenoon), Towards noon, vertigo.

(Afternoon), Towards evening, head and eye symptoms, ; cracking in elbow-joints.

(Evening), Confusion of head; obstruction of nose; pains in teeth; pain in region of submaxillary gland; cough; pain across loins; pain in arm, etc.

(Night), Stitches, etc., on side of neck; pain on arm; after retiring, pain in knee, etc., itching in face; at 10 o'clock, in bed, shivering.

(In open air), Head and eye symptoms,

(Ascending stairs), Pain in temple.

(Sitting bent), *Pressure in pit of stomach, etc.

(While looking down), Vertigo.

(Mental effort), Dull headache.

(Motion), The pains, ; pain in epigastrium; pain in lumbar region.

(While stooping), Vertigo.


WORSE, leaning forward (Opposite, Kali Carb Kali-carb.); looking down; motion, open air.

MOTION Lying on L


Bending Forward

Looking down


Becoming cold

With the sun


(While lying), The pains, ; pain in left arm, etc.



Cloudy weather

Continued motion

Position etc

Recumbent posture 1. Motion 1, 19, 31, 44. Stooping 2. Turning 2. Sitting stopped 17; erect 17, 19. Lying on left side 29; back 29. In bed 31. Ascending stairs 36. Exertion 36.

Pains worse on the least motion. θ Acute rheumatism.

Pains worse by sitting bent, yet a feeling as if to do so was necessary, but relieved by sitting or standing upright. θ Gastralgia.

Morning 1, 3, 5, 9. Afternoon 4. Evening 1, 3, 5, 10, 11, 31. Night 4, 6, 8.

Pains worse during the early parts of the right, or soon after going to bed. θ Neuralgia. θ Acute rheumatism.