Lathyrus SativusChick-pea, Lathyr, Lathyrus Sativa, Lathyrus Sativas, Lathyrus
Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while the very dilute homeopathic remedy may help, the raw product is often best avoided.
Below are the strongest indications of Lathyrus Sativus in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Affects the lateral and anterior columns of the cord. Does not produce pain. Reflexes always increased. Paralytic affections of lower extremities; spastic paralysis; lateral sclerosis; Beriberi. Athetosis. Infantile paralysis. After influenza and wasting, exhaustive diseases where there is much weakness and heaviness, slow recovery of nerve power. Sleepy, constant yawning.
Compare: Oxytrop.; Secale; Petiveria, a South American plant ( Paralysis; paraplegia with numbness. Sensation of internal coldness.) Agrostema githago - Corn-cockle - (Burning sensation in stomach, through oesophagus into throat, in lower abdomen and anus; nausea, bitter vomiting, impaired locomotion; difficulty in remaining erect; vertigo and Headache, burning from lower jaw to vertex).
Burning pain in Tip of tongue; with tingling and numbness of tongue and lips, as if scalded.≡ more ...
Tips of fingers numbs
Tremulous, tottering gait
Excessive rigidity of legs; spastic gait
Knees knock against each other when walking
Cramps in legs worse cold, and cold feet
Cannot extend or cross legs when sitting
Myelitis, with marked spastic symptoms
Gluteal muscles and lower limbs emaciated
Legs blue; swollen, if hanging down
Stiffness and lameness of ankles and knees, toes do not leave the floor, heels do not touch floor
Muscles of calves very tense
Patient sits bent forward, straightens up with difficulty.≡ more ...
Uses are based on traditional homeopathic practice and have not been reviewed by the FDA.