Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Cuprum Metallicum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Spasms begin in fingers and toes and spreading from there become general.
Mental or bodily exhaustion from over-exertion of mind or loss of sleep.
Affections arising from suppressed skin troubles, especially from acute exanthemata.
These spasms may also be found in dysmenorrhoea, in child bed, or in after pains. Then, aside from any and all kinds of local affections, Cuprum may be found indicated in epilepsia, chorea, and other purely nervous spasmodic affections of a general nature. There is one thing peculiar in the spasms of Cuprum that I have often observed, and it is a strong indication for the remedy, viz. The spasm begins by twitching in the fingers and toes, and, spreading from there, becomes general.
There is another symptom which Farrington thought very valuable, viz. "Mental and bodily exhaustion from overexertion of mind, or loss of sleep." This is similar to Cocculus Indicus Cocculus and. Nux Vomica Nux vomica. The other symptoms must decide between them. I have always used Titanium Metallicum the metal instead of the acetate, because I used the potencies, and it acted promptly.