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Limulus - Extremities, Limbs symptoms

Limu.


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HPUS indication of Limulus: Sneezing

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

 

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EXTREMITIES, LIMBS

Extremities, limbs

Weariness in the limbs,

Sick feeling in all the limbs, with coryza; feels relieved when it becomes fluent,

Cramplike sensation in the limbs (second day),

A peculiar feeling as if possessed; above all, here and there pains, which cannot be described; they are at first to be compared with streaks of heat (first day),

Upper extremities

Violent pain in the metacarpal bone of the left hand; then a kind a shivering and coldness, with headache above the eyes, ; again in the hands,

Lower extremities

Painful sensation of fulness in the lower limbs,

Pain in the right hip-joint, posteriorly, as if dislocated; especially sensitive on certain motions and positions, even while sitting, at 6 P.M. (second day); on the fourth day it was very deeply seated, and farther backward, as if behind the joint; sometimes worse when stooping, very troublesome on getting into a coach,

Violent bruised pain in both hip-joints, worse in the left (third day),

Great weariness in the knees and above them (after four hours),

Violent sticking, cramplike pain in the middle of the leg beneath the right groin, in the evening (second day),

The soles of the feet and heels ache from standing and walking (first day); especially the right heel feels benumbed on stamping upon it (second day),

Remarkably sore pain in both heels, when walking and stepping (third day),

Pain in the joint of the left great toe (after five to ten minutes),

A cooling weary sensation and confusion of the head,

Much yawning, oppression of the chest and weakness, that compelled him to lie down in the evening,

Frequent rush of blood to the face and painful fulness of the whole right half of the body, especially here and there, and in the lower extremities (first day),

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