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Zincum Metallicum - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - Clarke

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HPUS indication of Zincum Metallicum: Varicose veins

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


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EXTREMITIES, LIMBS

Upper extremities

Rheumatic drawing and lancinating tearing in shoulders, arms, elbows, joints of hands and fingers.

Painful sensation of paralysis in arms.

Furunculi in arms.

Burning in l. forearm at night.

Paleness and paralysis of hands.

Weakness and trembling of the hands when writing.

Spasmodic tension in r. hand.

Lameness and deadness of hands; they look bluish.

Herpetic, rough, and itching spots on hands.

Dry skin, with rhagades on hands.

Dry herpes on the hands and fingers; they are rough and itch.

Chilblains itch and swell.

Cracks between the fingers.

Numbness of fingers when rising in morning.

Lower extremities

Rheumatic drawings and tearings in legs, knees, ankles and joints of the feet.

Varices in thighs and legs.

Legs oedematous.

Itching of thighs and hollow of knees.

Tensive pain in knees.

Nocturnal pains in knees.

Sensation as if the blood did not circulate in the legs.

Drawing and tensive stiffness in calves when walking.

Tingling in calves.

Burning pain in tibia.

Erysipelatous inflammation and swelling of tendo Achillis.

Intolerable boring pain in heel after drinking wine.

Stiffness of joint of the foot after being seated for some time.

Wrenching pain in joints of feet and toes.

Burning sensation in feet.

Inflammatory swelling of feet.

Weakness and trembling of feet.

Paralysis of feet from spinal or chronic nervous disease, softening of brain or cerebral haemorrhage; from suppressed foot-sweat.

Feet sweaty and sore about toes; fetid suppressed foot-sweat with much nervous excitement.

Coldness of the feet at night.

Nervous, fidgety movement of the feet; after retiring and during sleep.

Tearing in margin of r. foot.

Painful chilblains on feet.

Itching, heat, redness, and swelling of toes as if they were frozen.

Pulsative lancinations in toes.

Sprained pain in bends of toe-joints.

Ulcerative, boring pains in heels; agg. when walking than when sitting.

Profuse sweat on the feet.

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