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Naja Tripudia - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - Clarke

Venom Of The Cobra, Naja Tripudians, Naja Tripudens, Snake, Serpent, Naja.

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HPUS indication of Naja Tripudia: Dry cough

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

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Upper extremities

Rheumatic pains in shoulders; rheumatic drawing in l. shoulder in morning.

Burning pain in wrist, and he hung down his arm, from which a few drops of blood fell (from the bite).

Swelling of hand and thumb; of hand and arm, with spots; of bitten hand, and of arm and breast of same side, with livid spots.

Numbness (crampy) and shifting rheumatic pains, agg. in shoulder-joints, and numbness of hands as if asleep.

Numb pain and feeling as if ether had been allowed to evaporate.

Aching in r. fourth and little fingers, then sensation of digging in middle of l. triceps, acute pain under l. thumb-nail (where virus had entered) running up arm.

(Sweating palms.)

Lower extremities

Sudden weakness when walking in evening.

Staggering when walking.

Dragging when walking, with weariness.

Pressive and drawing sensations on points in lower limbs and feet.

Pain anteriorly in r. thigh; posteriorly in thighs in afternoon.

Shooting down leg and tingling in feet.

Drawing pain in lower part of tendo Achillis, agg. motion, afterwards increased to lameness, amel. evening.

Pain in the bitten toe, ascending to top of thigh, then pain in belly, which was tense and swollen, then the pain descended in the same track in which it had risen.

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