Sanicula Aqua - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - ClarkeThe Water Of Sanicula Springs, Ottawa, Ill., Sanicula, Sanic.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sanicula Aqua in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Constant pain in r. shoulder-joint; agg. from motion.
Constant dull pain in r. arm and shoulder, with a sense of coldness from elbow up.
Sore, bruised feeling on outer side of l. forearm and hand; agg. by slight pressure more than by hard.
Drawing pain on outside of upper arm to elbow on lifting arm; agg. on rising in morning and from a change to damp weather.
Cannot raise arm or put it behind him on account of sharp pains.
Large oval spot on ulnar side of l. arm, of dusky colour, attended with itching; it turns red after scratching.
Gooseflesh on arms.
Boils on wrist that do not mature, hard and painful, but not very red; pain extends to axilla.
Profuse sweat in axilla.
Excoriation in axilla.
Hands swollen and stiff on awaking in morning.
Cracks on hands exuding blood and watery fluid and forming crusts.
Eruption on hands of small vesicles exuding a watery, sticky fluid.
Itching eruption on hands.
Eczematous eruption appearing on outside of first joint of thumb on l. hand, spreading by new pustules over ball of thumb, back of hand and wrist, also to back of r. hand.
Burning, smarting soreness, with deep, angry, ragged cracks of hands; agg. cold weather.
Hands as cold as though handling ice.
Burning of palms.
On putting hands together they sweat until it drops from them.
Knuckles of fingers crack and leak.
Rheumatic pains in l. hip-joint; agg. from motion and cold, yet not amel. by rest.
Reddish pimples on inside of thighs with itching, particularly the l.; agg. on undressing at night.
Sore, bruised sensation in front of r. thigh. agg. from light pressure.
Tingling sensation in one or the other lower limb, like an electric current, ending with a twitch, agg. on first going to bed.
Sore pain whole length of lower limbs; esp. in upper portion.
Tired, dull, heavy feeling in lower limbs, with inclination to change position, no position is comfortable.
Child's legs emaciated.
Child cannot walk or stand alone at sixteen months of age.
After walking pain begins under Poupart's ligament on r. side, extends along course of anterior crural nerve to the inside of joint, then to front, causing limping; amel. from rest.
Bruised pain in l. ischium.
Rheumatic pains in knee-joints.
Sharp pains in l. knee-joint come on suddenly, causing him to cry out.
Tiredness of knees.
Sore, bruised feeling on inside of both knees; agg. from light pressure.
Severe pain in hollow of r. foot; foot swollen, causing restless wakefulness.
Sore, sprained feeling in l. foot; agg. from bending.
Burning of feet, esp. soles, wants to put them in cool place, in water, or uncover them.
Cold, clammy feet.
Cramp in feet in bed at night, they are so cold.
Sweat on soles as though he had stepped in cold water.
Stockings feel sticky.
Sweat between toes, making them sore, with foul odour.≡ more ...