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Aethusa Cynapium - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - T.F. Allen

Aethusa, Fool's Parsley, Aethusa, Aeth.


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HPUS indication of Aethusa Cynapium: Milk intolerance

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


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EXTREMITIES, LIMBS

Extremities, limbs

Extremities cold,

Cold limbs,

Extremities chilly, benumbed, and affected with tremors,

EXTREMITIES.

Upper extremities

Numbness of the arms,

Shootings, drawings and tension in different places,

Sensations as if the arms had become much shorter; so vivid that she had to examine them in the morning to be convinced that it was not actually so,

Painful tension in the shoulders,

Painful aching about the left scapula, sometimes extending into the left arm; attempt to relieve it by rigid expansion and closing the fist, as in a tonic spasm,

Pain in the axillary glands,

Tension, first on the left, then on the right shoulder, very painful (first day),

Paralytic sensation in left shoulder; then, in right forearm (second day),

Arthritic stiffness of the elbow-joint,

Heaviness of the forearm,

Tension of cords on left forearm when flexed; she does not venture to stretch it out, and still this tension disappears only by extending and bending the fingers (on knitting), (five minutes),

Fine tearing on a small spot on inner surface of left forearm,

Stitching tearing from the middle of left forearm, on the upper surface, as far as the wrist,

Sticking in cords of right forearm, on exerting the hand (first day),

Paralytic pain in left forearm on sitting (second day),

Sudden fatigue of the forearm on knitting; she must lay it aside, when she becomes better (quarter of an hour),

Sense of great weakness in right forearm, a hand's breadth above the wrist, down to the little finger (fifth day),

Cramp of the hand,

Frequent tearing in the back of right hand, in the tendons of the thumb, frequent for several days (seventh day),

Formication in the fingers,

Contraction of the fingers,

Swelling of the fingers,

A stitch in the left external metacarpal bones (one and a half hours),

Jerkings in left thumb (two hours),

Jerking tearing between the first and second joints of left thumb, as if in the marrow (second day),

Extremely painful sticking in ball of left thumb, on flexion; less on extension (first day),

On sewing, feeling in left thumb as if it were stiff and immovable, and she could not straighten it, which, however, she can (first day),

Tearing in metacarpal bone of right index finger (second day),

Tearing in metacarpal bone of left index finger,

In the left side of right index finger, at the tip, a fine stitching as of a thistle, which disappears by long pressure on it (quarter of an hour),

Tearing in lower surface of third joint of right little finger,

Tearing between the little and ring fingers, increased by extension (second day),

SUPERIOR EXTREMITIES.

Lower extremities

Boring pain in the lower extremities,

Lancinating, tearing pain in the lower extremities,

Formication, referred to the bones of the lower limbs,

Great weakness of the lower extremities (third day),

Coldness of lower extremities, particularly the left, with coldness in abdomen, etc.,

Tension in right hip, then again stitching-tearing in right ear (afternoons),

A pinching, externally, at right hip (two and a half hours),

Sticking and drawing pain from left hip into the thigh,

Sticking in upper part of left thigh,

Paralytic pain in middle of right thigh, on sitting; disappears on rubbing,

Sticking in right knee, on standing (evening),

Tearing deep in right instep (afternoons),

Tearing-stitching in right heel, and thence into the sole, and as far as ball of toes (three-quarters of an hour),

Sticking in right sole under the heel (five hours),

INFERIOR EXTREMITIES.

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