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Oleander - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - Clarke

Nerium Odorum, Rose-laurel, Oleand, Olnd.

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


Upper extremities

Wrenching pain in arms on lifting them.

Jerking in muscles of arms.

Cramp-like drawings and tearing in arms and fingers.

Dull aching in forearms, hands, and fingers, as if caused by a blow or a bruise.

Veins of hands swollen.

Swelling and rigidity of fingers, with burning pain.

Fingers rigid and thumbs turned into palms.

Lower extremities

Contusive pain in buttocks.

Sensation of weakness in thighs, legs, feet, and soles, as if those parts were benumbed.

Great weakness of knees.

Dull aching, and sometimes shooting in thighs, feet, and toes.

Paralysis of legs and feet; painless.

L. knee that had stiffened becomes supple (in a case of general paralysis of insane.)

R. T. C.).

Sensation of vibration and resonance in legs and feet, esp. in soles.

Cramp-like drawing in legs and feet.

Cramps in calves when seated.

Constant coldness of feet.

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