Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Lithium Muriaticum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Authority. C. Hering, M.D., Hom. Vjs., vol. xiv, 1863, p. 97.
In the morning a drop was placed upon the tongue. It had a salt taste, but different from common salt. The upper surface of the tongue became numb, as if fat were on it. After three to five minutes, a throbbing pain in the left humerus, extending upward from the middle, at different intervals, as if something were dropping or slipping outward. Painful dulness in the right side of the head, though not sharply defined, also in the upper part of the left side, with heat of the face, worse in the upper part and right side. Painful dulness in the left lower back teeth. Unusual weariness after exerting the arms.
burning in the arms. The fatty-salt taste lasted more than half an hour. After an hour, throbbing pain in the right ankle.
After two hours and a half, pain in the heart, in the upper and inner part. The same taste in the mouth. Frequent heat in the face. (C. Hering).
Dr. Gobrwisch took 1/4 drop of Lithium muriate, 3d, with sugar of milk. After about two hours he had several slight sensations, for example, feeling of warmth in the pit of the stomach, more towards the left side.
pain in the middle of the vertex.
pain in the forehead above the right eye.
prickling in the anus.
dull pain through the whole head.
frequent eructations of gas. Uprising of something acid and stinging in the throat, frequently.
feeling as after a purge, as though diarrhoea would ensue.
dull pressive pain between the shoulders, and lower down, on each side of the spine between the shoulders and small of the back.
constant pain in the back. Hot, burning uprising in the throat and pit of the stomach, like heartburn. Pain in the lower hollow teeth of the left side.
On the second day, in the morning, feeling of heat and weakness in the stomach, as after a purge. Pain in the back in only felt on remaining seated in one position for a long time.
On the third day spasmodic twitching of the right upper lid. Difficult breathing through the nose, as in catarrh. Uprisings of food and sour water. An aching between the shoulders extending through to the chest. Sharp but not violent pain in the lower portion of the left side of the chest, transient, but frequently recurring.
The same day, in the afternoon, dull pain in the same back teeth, at the same time as yesterday. Tip of the nose red, sore, and somewhat swollen, with a rather sensitive pain; this, however, disappeared on the second day without suppurating.