Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Lilium Tigrinum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Tearing from l. shoulder to hand.
Cramping pain in l. shoulder and mamma.
Trembling of l. arm with weakness.
Pain in r. arm and wrist (with heart complaints).
Hand and arms, stiff, hot; painful.
Trembling of hands.
Paralytic pricking in fingers and hands.
Cramp in fingers.
Stiffness of fingers almost like paralysis; difficult to guide pencil; pricking in (tips of) fingers and hands; sensation of electric current, first in fingers of l. hand then of r.; running up arms.
Cold hands; cold perspiration on back of hands.
Staggering gait; extreme difficulty in walking straight.
Stitching pains from ilium to ilium or from pubes to sacrum.
Pain in r. hip extending down thigh.
Sensation as though cool wind blowing on lower limbs.
Trembling of knees, abdomen, back, and hands.
Legs ache, cannot keep them still.
Joints seem to lack synovial fluid.
Cramps in both legs and feet after stool in morning.
Cramp in toes.
Burning beginning in soles and palms, thence over body; agg. in bed, constant desire to find a cool place.
Pains severe, fleeting, quick, sharp, or circumscribed; coldness or cold perspiration; l. leg more affected.≡ more ...