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Nitricum Acidum - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - Clarke

Nitric Acid, Nit-ac, Nit ac, Acidum nitricum, Acid Nit, Nit-ac.

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


Upper extremities

Pressive pain in shoulder-joint.

Drawing in arms.

Jerking in muscles of arms.

Contusive pain in arms, which hinders them from being lifted up.

Drawing (rheumatic) and tearing in forearms and hands.

Weakness and trembling of the forearms and hands.

Warts on arms.

Cracks and rhagades in hands.

Coppery spots on hands.

Coldness of hands.

Roughness of skin of hands.

Tensive pain in joints of fingers.

Swelling of fingers, esp. at joints, with shooting pain.

Falling asleep of hands.

Fingers dead and benumbed in cold air.

Chilblains on fingers and hands.

Tetters between fingers.

White spots on nails.

Lower extremities

Wrenching pain in hip, which causes lameness.

Tensive pain in r. hip-joint.

Digging, gnawing pains in flesh and bones.

Bruised pain as from excessive fatigue.

Lassitude, heaviness, and coldness in legs and feet.

Constant coldness of feet.

Drawing tearings (rheumatic) in legs and feet.

Restlessness in legs in evening.

Itching in thighs.

Pains in thighs, on rising from a seat.

Pain in ham, which prevents resting on foot.

Rigidity and shooting in knee.

Failing of joints of knee and foot.

Pain in patella, impeding walking.

Weakness of knee.

Legs (agg. l.) very sore in front along shin from ankle to knee; bound flannel on them to see if it would amel.

Violent cramp in calf of leg, esp. at night and towards morning, as well as on walking, after having been seated.

Jerking in calves of legs.

Shootings in heel, when resting on it.

Sweat on feet, sometimes fetid, with excoriation between toes.

Chilblains on toes.

Ingrowing of toe-nails; where nail seems to have grown into flesh, but in reality has not

very sore, with more or less ulceration, and a feeling as if a sharp splinter were being stuck into affected part on any contact.

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