Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sanguinaria Nitrica in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Itching in axillae before menses.
Rheumatic pain in r. arm and shoulder, agg. at night in bed; cannot raise arm; motion (turning in bed) much agg. it.
Pain in top of r. shoulder.
Pain in r. deltoid.
R. arm hung helpless.
Coldness in body and r. arm.
Burning of palms.
Stiffness of finger-joints.
Aching in ball of r. thumb.
Fungoid growth between second and third metacarpal bones, protruding about a quarter of an inch out of palm.
Ulceration at roots of nails on all the fingers of both hands.
Panaritium, first r. then l. finger.
Shooting pains from r. thumb to symphysis menti.
Rheumatic pain in l. hip.
Rheumatic pain inside of r. thigh.
Bruise-like pain in thigh, alternating with burning and pressure in chest.
Stiffness of knees.
Burning of soles, agg. at night.
Rheumatic pains in limbs; pain in those places where the bones are least covered with flesh, but not in the joints; on touching the painful part the pain immediately vanished and appeared in some other part.
(Have seen ulcers connected with carious ankles and shins change almost visibly after Sanguinaria Canadensis Sang.)
Sharp pain in r. ankle and great toe-joint.
Cold feet, afternoon.≡ more ...