Limulus - General symptoms, Limu.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Limulus in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Limulus cyclops, Fabricius. (Polyphemus occidentalis, Lamarck; under which name it is figured and described in the Nat. Hist. of New York); Limulus polyphemus, Say.
Class, Crustacea. Order, Poecilopoda.
Common name, Horse-foot, Sauce-pan; early colonial name, King crab.
Preparation, Triturations of the dried blood.
Relaxation of mind and body,
Very weary; could scarcely sit towards evening; must lie down; went to bed at 9 o'clock,
Sudden great weakness and disinclination to work, even in the open air, the whole afternoon (after three hours),
Excessive weakness, especially of the limbs (third day),
Most extreme exhaustion of body, and just as much mental fatigue, with inclination to yawn and stretch,
The heat of the day at noon was intolerable,
Very well feeling (after half an hour),
Inclination to stretch,
Confused feeling of the whole body; in the abdomen it increases to heat and a kind of burning, in the evening (first day),
Singular feeling of dulness over the whole body, as if the nerves were too full,