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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Magnesia Muriatica in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
BACK AND NECK
Gnawing pain in the sacrum and the whole of the back, in the evening after lying down, seemingly in the marrow, extending to the neck, so that she cannot sleep for pain, and has to toss about continually (aft. 5 d.).
Tensive drawing pain in the tendons (muscles) of the right side of the neck.
Small glandular swellings on the left side of the neck, tense when moving and painful when pressed upon.
Pains in the sacrum.
When quickly turning the body, there arises suddenly a dull pain in the sacrum, which during the day shows itself more while sitting and lying down (1st d.).
Bruised pain, across the sacrum and both the hips, with sensitiveness of the parts to the touch, for several days.
Pain in the sacrum, as from excoriation and a bruise (aft. 9 d.).
Pain in the sacrum, as if broken in two, when bending and when stretching (5th d.).
Contractive spasmodic pain in the sacrum.
Cutting pressure in the sacral region.
Tearing and burning in the sacrum and the hips, in the afternoon and night (4th d.).
Dull shooting tearing in the sacral region, removed by pressure.
Paralytic sensation in the sacrum, in the evening.
In the back, a severe bruised pain (during the menses).
Severe bruised pain in the whole spinal column, at night.
Pain, as if bruised, in the whole spinal column, in the morning on awaking, while lying on the back (3d d.).
Bruised pain and burning between the shoulders.
Burning and still more, shooting in the whole of the back, seemingly in the marrow; then boring shooting between the shoulders; relieved by moving.
Severe burning pain, and constant itching on the back.
A stitch into the right ilium, toward the sacrum.
Tension between the shoulders and down the back.
Tearing pain between the shoulders.
Severe tearing in both the scapulae.
Tearing, first in the right scapula, then in the hip.
Pressive pain on the right scapula, extending above the top of the shoulder, extending to the clavicle; worse when moving the arm or the head; easier when pressing on it.
Tearing, in the nape and on the top of the right shoulder, extending down the outside of the arm.
The shoulder-joint pains, so that she cannot bring her arm to her face for pain (aft. 16 d.).
Pain in the left shoulder-joint, as if broken in two.
Violent pain in the left shoulder-joint, almost like heaviness; she did not dare to move her arm, although this stopped the pain; for a long time the spot remained sensitive, even without being touched (1st d.).
Pressure on the top of the left shoulder (aft. 7 d.).
Sensation as of a wedge in the left shoulder, so that she imagined she could not move her arm; but she felt nothing when she moved it.
Dull drawing pain in the top of the left shoulder.
Drawing and tearing in the left shoulder-joint, most distressing when moved.
Drawing, shooting pains in the left shoulder-joint, and alternately in the right, most distressing when raising the arm.
Tearing in the top of the right shoulder (aft. 19 d.).
Tearing in the top of the left shoulder (aft. 6 d.).
Tearing in the right shoulder-joint, extending to the scapula, on pressing the arm downward.
Tearing from the top of the right shoulder into the finger-tips, so violent that she cannot raise her arm, relieved by letting it hang down.
Shooting and burning on the left shoulder, extending to the hip.
Throbbing pain, in the top of the right shoulder (aft. 33 d.).≡ more ...