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Lac Vaccinum - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - Clarke

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


Upper extremities

Fingers of both hands, esp. when stretched out, tremble and quiver as from extreme weakness.

A clammy sticky coldness in both hands and both feet simultaneously.

Sharp pain under l. scapula, about three inches down from top; it then passed upwards to top of l. shoulder, then down arm and forearm and hand to the four fingers of the l. hand and then passed off.

Soon afterwards an aching pain was felt in l. hip-joint, which soon passed off.

Lower extremities

Piercing or lancinating pain in each hip-joint, not severe.

Aching pain along both thighs on outer side and terminating in both knees.

Aching pains in both knees like a rheumatic pain; they began simultaneously in both knees, but the r. was most severe (5th d.).

On going upstairs the knees trembled or quivered or were extremely weak, so as to be unable to take a step forwards.

Aching pains in bones from both hip-joints to both feet; simultaneously also burning sensation in both feet.

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