Persica - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - T.F. Allen, Per.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Persica in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Extreme liability to sprain both wrists, accompanied with weakness in these parts,
Fatiguing pains in both wrist-joints, and at the same time in both feet; the pain is more severe in the left ankle and left foot (after thirteen days),
The wrist-joint, which had been hurt, and had been cured by Persica, six months previously, became again momentarily painful (after four days),
Pain as from a sprain in the right wrist-joint, which prevents him from seizing an object, from lifting it, and from squeezing it with his hand, during twelve hours (after eighteen hours),
Little shootings between the index and middle fingers of the left hand (after nine and ten days),
Drawing and pain in the left thigh, which soon ceases,
Lancinations in the posterior part of the right thigh, always in the direction of its length (after nine days and a half),
Painful twitchings all along the right thigh, on the outside (after eight days),
Numbness in the left knee, in the morning, in bed, which ceases on rising. Three hours after this symptom, acute pain in a transverse direction, in the end of the left metatarsus, which ceases in a few minutes, and is followed by tension and painful stiffness in the left calf, which goes off as quickly (after four days),
Next morning, when wishing to rise, inability to bend the knees; in a few moments, this sensation passes off, and I get up without any trouble (seventy-two hours after all the symptoms have disappears),
Pain in both knees, and at the same time in the right ankle-joint, which impedes walking,
The legs are numb and stiff when sitting, even on a low chair; likewise the feet, as if they had been held in a false position,
Prickings, in the form of lancinations, in the outer portion of the left leg, along the peroneus muscle,
Painful lancinations, a little above the internal malleolus of the left foot,
At the same time as the eruption, as sharp pain under the right great toe nail, only when pressing on the nail, not when walking,
Internal pain in the bend of the left fourth toe; this pain lasts only a few minutes (after three days and a half),
The itching and the pain under the left tonsil are experienced anew. The pain under the nail is unaccompanied with heat or swelling (after three days),
Pricking pain in the lower extremity of the tarsus, at the root of the fourth toe, in the evening, when writing (after three hours and a half),≡ more ...