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Borax - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - Clarke

Borate Of Sodium, Bor.

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HPUS indication of Borax: Nausea
Common symptoms: Nausea, Colic, Diarrhea, Vomiting.

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


Upper extremities

Sensation in the hands, as if they were covered with cobweb.

Pulsative pains in the extremity of the thumb, day and night, preventing sleep.

Burning pains, heat and redness of the fingers, like chilblains.

Pustules on the fingers, with swelling and suppuration of the affected limb.

Lower extremities

Ulcerating vesicles on the buttocks.

Burning pain in the thighs.

Sensation as if warm water were running down thighs.

Erysipelatous inflammation and swelling of the leg and of the foot, principally after having danced a long time, and sometimes with drawing pains, burning and tensive, esp. when touched.

Great weakness and debility of the lower extremities.

Shootings in the soles of the feet.

Pain, as of excoriation, in the heel.

Suppuration of a spot in the heel, where the rubbing of the shoe had occasioned a wound.

Burning pains, heat and redness of the toes, as if from chilblains.

Shooting piercing in the corns, esp. in rainy weather.

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