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Kreosotum - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - Hering

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HPUS indication of Kreosotum: Hoarseness
Common symptoms: Hoarseness, Itching, Nausea.

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


Extremities, limbs

Pain in all the limbs, as if beaten, or as after a long walk.

Skin on the extremities dry and rough.

Lassitude of all the limbs; heaviness, with tired sleeplessness.

Upper extremities

Scapulae as if bruised.

Stitches in arm, from the shoulder-joint through to the fingers, which feel as if asleep, without power of feeling.

Pain as if bruised when touched on inner side of upper arm.

Pain in elbow-joint, as if the tendons were too short.

Slightly elevated red blotches on left forearm.

Pain in the ulnar muscles, extending to little finger; cramp-like in left arm; drawing, with lameness, in right.

Fingers become white and insensible, especially in the morning after rising.

Pain in left thumb as if sprained.

Cracking of the skin of the hands.

Lower extremities

Pain in left hip-joint, as if it were luxated (dislocated), with sensation as if the leg was too long when standing.

Bruised pain on crest of ilium as if from a heavy burden, or after running; stitches from the same through the abdomen, pain in the same and in the lumbar vertebrae in the morning, as if tired.

Tingling or buzzing sensation in lower limbs.

Pain as from an ulcer in the whole leg.

Boring pain in hip-joints, alternating with numbness and loss of sensation in the whole thighs.

Sensation as if the knee-joint would suddenly give way.

Alternate swelling of the knee-joints and wrists, with sensation of numbness and rigidity of the limbs.

OEdematous, white swelling of both feet.

Stitches in the right ankle and left heel.

Ulcerative pain in soles; burning-itching in soles.

Cold swelling of the feet.

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