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Ledum Palustre - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - Clarke

Marsh-tea, Ledum Led.


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HPUS indication of Ledum Palustre: Black eyes
Common symptoms: Black eyes, Bites, Bruises, Chills, Hives.

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


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EXTREMITIES, LIMBS

Upper extremities

Tearing and pressive pulling in arms.

Lancinating pains in shoulder, on raising or moving arms.

Aching pain in joints of shoulder, and of elbow, agg. by movement.

Rheumatism in r. elbow-joint due to urate deposit, on periosteum apparently.

Rheumatic pain in the joints of the arm.

Eruption, like sheep-rot, on arms.

Tearing pains in hands and fingers.

Fine stinging in hands.

Boring pain in first joint of thumb.

Arthritic nodosities in joints of hands and fingers.

Perspiration on palms.

Itching, miliary eruption on wrist.

Trembling of hands on moving them, or on grasping anything.

Panaritium.

Lower extremities

Rheumatic, paralytic pain in the coxo-femoral joint.

Pressure in the region of r. hip-joint, agg. during motion.

Rheumatic pains in hip, knee, and foot-joints.

Contusive pain, and pain as from excoriation in periosteum of femur, and in knees.

Pressure on l. thigh, posteriorly; as if the muscles were not in their right places, like pains of dislocation, in every position, but esp. violent when walking or when touched.

Tensive stiffness of the knee, which cracks and yields in walking.

Cramp-like tension in the knees, calves, and heels.

Weakness and trembling of knees (and hands) when seated or walking.

Hard and tight swelling of knee, with shootings and nocturnal aching and tearing pains, and hardness of whole leg.

Swelling of leg, above and below knee, with heat and drawing shooting pain.

Legs red and swollen with shooting pains in instep and ankles, and prickly pains up leg.

Pressure above l. inner ankle, agg. by movement.

Very severe gnawing itching on dorsum of both feet; always agg. after scratching; only allayed after he had scratched the feet quite raw; much agg. by heat of bed.

Obstinate swelling of feet; with intolerable pain in ankle-joint on treading.

Pressure on inner border of l. foot.

Stiffness of feet.

Pain in soles, when walking, as if they were galled; as if filled with blood.

Inflammatory or else oedematous swelling of legs and feet.

Incisive pains in toes, while asleep at night.

Swelling of fleshy part of great toe, with pain when treading with it.

Fine tearing in (l.) toes; podagra.

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