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Oxalicum Acidum - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - Clarke

Sorrel Acid, Oxal, Oxal-ac, Acidum oxalicum, Ox-ac.

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HPUS indication of Oxalicum Acidum: Weak Digestion

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


Upper extremities

Pain first in l., later in r. deltoid muscle, with inclination to move.

Sharp, lancinating pains in arms; angina pectoris.

R. wrist feels sprained, with inclination to stretch it, and stitches in ulnar region; cannot hold anything.

Numbness of shoulders to tips of fingers.

Numbness of finger-tips.

Pain in (r.) metacarpus and fleshy part of r. thumb, with sensation of fulness, heat, and numbness.

Heaviness of hand; can move fingers but slowly.

Hands are cold, as if dead.

Arthritic pains in fingers; they are drawn in.

Twitching of fingers.

Fingers and nails livid.

Lower extremities

Blueness, coldness, and almost complete immobility of lower limbs.

Numbness and tickling or pricking in thighs.

Numbness, pain, and weariness in lower limbs, making it difficult to ascend stairs.

Restlessness in legs.

Knees feel tired.

Violent contracting pain in external tendon of l. knee.

Weariness of lower extremities; they are gone to sleep; paralysis, stiffness.

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