Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Berberis Vulgaris in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Pulling, shooting, and gnawing pains, or pains as from fatigue in the limbs, aggravated or excited by movement.
Great lassitude, increased by walking, or by remaining long in a standing posture.
Sleepiness during the day, esp. in the morning and afternoon; after dinner.
Unquiet sleep, disturbed by burning itching of the skn, or by anxious dreams.
Waking in the morning between two and four o'clock, without being able to go to sleep again, with tension and congestion in the head, and thirst.
Sleep greatly prolonged, with pain, as of a bruise, and pressure on the loins, and on the thighs.
Frequent waking, and fatigue, as from want of sleep.
Bubbling sensations and bubbling stitches.
Paralytic weakness in some parts.
Sinking, after the slightest effort.
Weakness, which even induces trembling.
Weakness, as from fainting, with vertigo, on walking or standing for some time.
After a walk, a fainting fit, with ebullition of the blood, sweat and heat of the upper part of the body, paleness of face, hollow cheeks, and oppression of the chest before going to rest.
Fainting, after having been in a carriage.
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