Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Acid Phos in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Boring, digging, drawing pain in l. shoulder-joint, intermittent, agg. lying on l. side, amel. moving arms.
Cramp-like pressure in arms, hands, and fingers.
Drawings and jerking tearings in arms and fingers.
Eruption of pimples on arms.
Drawing, incisive pains in joints of elbows, hands, and fingers.
Sharp, shooting, boring pains under l. forearm near elbow, agg. at rest.
Numbness in course of r. radial nerve.
Weakness and trembling of arms.
Trembling of hands (when writing).
Ganglion on back of hand.
Skin of hands and fingers dry, shrivelled, parched.
Fingers dead, sometimes on one side only, and within well-defined limits.
Lancinations (stitches) in fingers and joints of fingers.
Swelling and furunculi on buttocks.
Contusive pains in hips and thighs, esp. when walking or rising from a seat.
On l. hip-joint and l. thigh, a neuralgic or rheumatic pain, from gluteal muscles or hip-joint, running down leg to knee, and often to calf or ankle; gets a little amel. after walking, but is still very bad.
Cramp in coxo-femoral joint, with tearing throughout the limb, insupportable when seated, and during repose.
Aching, cramp-like pains in thighs, legs, feet, and toes.
Tearing throughout leg, with heaviness in joints.
Weakness of legs, so that a false step (or tripping) occasions falling.
Burning tearing in tibia at night.
Pimples on knees and legs, which become confluent, and are transformed into easily bleeding ulcers.
Itching ulcers on legs.
Burning sensation in feet and soles, with excoriation between toes.
Swelling of feet.
Feet swollen and sore on putting on walking shoes.
In evening spasmodic drawing in feet, agg. r. sole and ball of great toe, preventing sleep till midnight.
Sweating of feet.
Corns on feet.
Blisters on balls of toes.
Chilblains on toes.
Swelling of joint of great toe, with burning, throbbing, and incisive, dull pains on being touched.≡ more ...