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Sepia - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - Hering

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


Extremities, limbs

Panaritium with violent beating and stitching pains.

Stiffness of joints.

Arthritic pains in joints.

Jerking and twitching of head and limbs, during the day.

Limbs go to sleep easily, after manual labor.

Weakness of joints, especially the knees.

Patient fears the joints cannot beat the exertion of lifting.

Upper extremities

Humid tetter in arm-pit.

Pains as from dislocation, in shoulder-joint, after exertion.

Lameness and falling asleep of arms and fingers.

Drawing in arms down to fingers.

Bruised pain in arms.

Herpes on elbow (scaling off).

Stiffness in wrist-joint.

Heat in hands during day, with nervous excitement.

Cold hands even in warm room, and from hands chill through whole body.

Skin on palms peels off.

Itch and scabs on hands, soldier's itch.

Painless ulcers on tip of fingers; or, on the joints.

Lower extremities

Coxagra, with lancinating stitches, must get out of bed for relief; pains worse from rising, but better from slow walking.

Sciatica, better during pregnancy; pains 3 to 5 A.M., veins swollen.

Lower limbs go to sleep, when walking.

Icy-coldness of lower limbs.

Swelling of limbs and feet, worse when sitting or standing, better when walking.

Swelling of knee, soft, painless.

Cracking in knee-joint.

Sensation of running as from a mouse, in lower limbs.

Coldness in legs and feet, especially in evening in bed, when the feet get warm, the hands get cold.

Burning, or, heat of the feet at night.

Feet swollen, with sensation as if fallen asleep.

Profuse sweat of feet; or, sweat of unbearable odor causing soreness of toes.

Tension in tendo-achillis, also swelling of the tendon.

Sciatica becomes chronic, localizing in the heel.

Ulcer on the heel.

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