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Kalmia Latifolia - Back And Neck symptoms - T.F. Allen

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HPUS indication of Kalmia Latifolia: Lumbar pain

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

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Pain in the neck extending down the back (sixth day).

The pain in the neck has increased to stiffness, being the greatest at the seventh cervical (or vertebra prominens), (eleventh day).

A little stiffness in the neck, in the morning (twelfth day),

Pain in the neck with headache in the occiput (second day),

Pain in the right side of the neck,

Pain in the sterno-cleido-mastoid muscle (third day),

Drawing and sticking in the left side of the neck, in the afternoon, continuing eight hours,

A pressure on both sides of the neck,

Violent pressure in the right side of the neck, and the same time in the left foot,

Something shoots down both sides ot the neck externally,

Acute stitches and itching on the left side of the neck, at night,

Tearing in the nape of the neck,


Pain in the back (fourteenth day), ; during menses,

Pain in the back extending through the shoulders,

Pain down the whole back (ninth day),

Constant pain in the spine, sometimes worse in the lumbar region, with great heat and burning,

Severe pain in the back, after retiring (fourth night),

Violent pain down the back,

A sensation as if the spinal column would break, with an anterior convexity,


Pain in the shoulder-blades,

Pain in the interscapular region (ninth day),

Pain between the shoulders coming up over the head into the temples, not affecting the eyeballs (first day),

Sharp pain in the three superior dorsal vertebrae, extending through the shoulders,

Sticking pain in the lower part of the left shoulder-blade (third night),


Lameness in the small of the back, in the evening in bed (third day),

Paralytic pain in the small of the back, at 10 P.M., in bed, with continued dulness and pain in the head (second day),

Aching pain across the loins, worse in the evening,

Sharp pain in the lumbar region (after thirty drops, second day),

Sticking pain in the lumbar region (first day),

Sticking pain in the lumbar region, worse on motion (third day); continues to come and go (fourth day),

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