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Lachesis - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - Clarke

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HPUS indication of Lachesis: Sore throat

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

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EXTREMITIES, LIMBS

Upper extremities

Lameness in l. shoulder.

Pain in r. shoulder-joint with headache.

Perspiration in axillć of strong smell (like garlic).

Rheumatic and arthritic pains, and aching pains in bones of arms, in hands, fingers, and wrists.

Malignant ulcer on upper part of arm.

Tension, as from contraction of tendons, from the elbow to fingers.

Erysipelatous inflammation in elbow.

Pimples on arms after scratching.

Sensation of fatigue or of paralysis, and pain, as from dislocation, in arms.

Paralysis of hands.

Trembling of hands (in drunkards).

The hands are dry and burning.

Extremities of the fingers numbed and painful.

Tingling and pricking in l. hand.

Prickings in extremities of fingers.

Numbness in tips of fingers (morning).

Itching, psoric eruptions, red spots with vesicles, furunculi, excrescences, and warts on hands and fingers.

Hard and cold swelling of a bluish black colour, on the back of hand and fingers.

The hands are cold, as if dead.

Hard swelling from hand to elbow, with excessive pain.

Panaris.

Lower extremities

Sensation of contraction, and contractions of the tendons of the ham.

Nocturnal pains in hip and thigh.

Caries of the tibia.

Burning spots on tibia.

Agonising pains in tibia (with throat affections).

Sharp and drawing pains in legs, when there is change of weather, and in windy weather.

Furunculi on thighs.

Sensation of heaviness, paralysis, of numbness and trembling in thighs and knees.

The knees are, as it were, dislocated, stiff and weak.

Stinging in knees.

Sensation as if hot air were going through knee-joints, which were shaky.

The l. knee feels as if sprained.

Swelling of knees.

Swelling of feet, agg. after walking (during pregnancy).

Flat ulcers on lower extremities, with blue or purple surroundings.

Gangrenous ulcers on legs (toes).

Cramps and pains in calves of legs.

Red pimples on the thighs and on the legs, after scratching.

Excoriated places, and superficial ulcers with foul bases, on the legs.

Red or bluish, and painful swelling of feet and legs.

Heaviness, numbness, icy coldness, sweating of the feet.

Itching, psoric eruptions, papulć and spots as from a burn, in feet and legs.

Cracks and rhagades between the toes.

Abscess in the heels.

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