Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sulphur in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
BACK AND NECK
Back and neck
Pains in the back and sacrum, as if beaten all over.
Tension between the scapulae and on one side of the neck.
Creaking sound in the cervical vertebrae, on bending the head backward and pressing it into the pillow.
Stiffness of the neck.
Pain in the right side of the neck on bending the head to that side.
Drawing pain on the right side of the neck.
Pressure on the neck if she talks much.
Pulsation in the arteries on the left side of the neck.
Painful swelling, anteriorly on the outside of the neck.
Itching on the neck.
Heat-pimples on the neck.
Pain in the sacrum, so that she could not stand up straight; she had to walk stooping.
Severe pains in the sacrum, tensive as if everything was too short, only when stooping down; the pains passed over the abdomen into the scrobiculus cordis and into the knee.
Stitches in the sacrum.
Stitches transversely across the sacrum.
Pulsating stitches in the lumbar and renal region.
Severe tearing in the left loin on moving.
Burning pain in the sacrum, near the anus.
Hard pressure in the sacrum, diminished while walking.
Pressure in the sacrum, disappearing while walking, returning while sitting.
Pain above the sacrum.
Pain above the sacrum, while walking, not in sitting.
Pressure in the sacrum, when standing in a stooping posture.
Painful gnawing on a small spot of the sacrum; after pressing upon it, there is only a bruised pain.
Severe bruised pain in the sacrum and coccyx.
Painful stiffness in the sacrum; he can rise from his seat only with difficulty.
Pain in the sacrum, on rising from the seat.
Sudden pain in the sacrum and the lower part of the back, as if sprained.
Drawing and weakness in the sacrum.
Drawing pain in the sacrum.
Cracking sound in the sacrum, extending to the anus.
Sudden violent sprained pain in the sacrum when sneezing, then drawing pain close to the spine, and extending thence to the left groin and the testes, especially painful on rising from the seat and in walking.
Pain in the back, as if strained, on making a misstep.
Sprained pain in the region of the left side of the pelvis and between the scapulae, while at rest, with unbearably painful jerks at the slightest movement.
Bruised pain on a spot of the back.
Pain in the back when stooping.
Severe pain in the renal region, after continued stooping.
Pain in the back, as after long-continued stooping.
Sensation of weariness on the left side of the back, on moving the arm, as after too great a strain on the parts.
Heaviness in the back, in the morning, as if he had lain in a wrong position, and weariness, as if he had not slept enough.
Stiff in the back and in the sides, as after taking cold.
Stiffness, sometimes in the back, sometimes in the hip, painful when turning over in bed; he has then to hold his breath.
Stiffness in the back, after sitting.
Stiff in the back, when sitting for some time; this is diminished by walking.
Pressive pain in the back, below the scapulae, in the evening.
Drawing in the spine, extending upwards, while stooping.
Lancinating pain in the back, while walking.
Itching stitches on the back.
Growling, extending inside along the spine.
Hot streaming down on the back.
Burning and biting in the back.
Tearing in the back.
Corrosive burning between the shoulders, under the right shoulder-joint, on the sacrum and on the natis, in the evening, after lying down.
Burning on the back below the axilla.
Tearing in the left scapula, while sitting.
Tearing between the scapulae, so also shooting, in the evening.
Burning pain between the scapulae.
Burning between the scapulae.
Tensive aching between the scapulae, when lying down and moving.
Tension and bruised pain between the scapulae and the nape, which, on moving the head, extends into the top of the shoulder.
Tensive pain in the left side of the back, on moving the arms.
Drawing pain in the right scapula, in the evening, when going to sleep.
Sprained pain in the right scapula, on moving the arm.
Shooting pain in the left scapula, when resting oneself on the left arm.
Several stitches under the scapula, arresting the breathing, and not allowing any stooping.
Stiffness of the nape and paralytic sprained pain in the nape.
Cracking of the vertebrae in the nape.
Tensive pain in the nape, and extending thence around above the eye, where there was a lancinating pain.
Drawing twitching in the muscles of the nape.
Tension and shooting in the nape, when sitting stooping forward; it goes off on stretching.
Drawing pain in the nape and the scapulae.
Tearing and tension in the left side of the nape, before midnight, after awaking, with a sensation as if it was too short; on moving the head she had to cry out for pain; this was diminished during rest.
Stitches in the nape when stooping.
Inflammation and swelling of a gland in the nape, close to the hair of the head, with an itching sensation.
Tetter in the nape.
Constant perspiration in the nape, almost all the day, at times with a sensation of coldness and shivering, for fourteen days.
A swollen gland on the scutiform cartilage, is painful when touched.
Swelling of the axillary glands.
A swollen humid gland under the right arm.
Suppurating swelling of the axillary glands.
Perspiration of the axillae.
Very offensive smell of the perspiration of the axillae.
Pinching, now in the left shoulder, then in the feet.
In the top of the shoulder, pain as from Rheum rheum.
Rheumatic pain in the top of the left shoulder.
Pain in the top of the right shoulder, when respiring.
Pressure on the top of the shoulder, as from a load, while walking in the open air.
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