Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Lycopersicum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Sharp (rheumatic) pain in r. deltoid and pectoral muscles; agg. lifting arm upward and outward (R.).
Dragging in r. deltoid (R.).
Gnawing pain in middle of r. arm on motion (R.).
Twinges, and rheumatic pain, in r. elbow-joint (R.).
Sticking on inner side of l. forearm.
Sensation of numbness and weight as if arm asleep (R.).
Tingling along r. ulnar nerve and branches (R.).
Benumbing, aching pain through r. hand and wrist, with occasional stitches through ball of r. thumb.
Lameness of l. wrist, hand, and fingers, where it is painful even when not moving it (R.).
Sharp cutting pain extending through l. wrist and palm when pressing hand firmly against anything (R.).
Painful sticking behind articulation of l. hip.
Intense aching pain in lower limbs (R.).
Sharp sticking pain along course of r. crural nerve (R.).
Rheumatic aching along crural nerves (R.).
Dull aching pains along border of r. fibula to os calcis, where it is agg. (R.).
Sticking above r. external malleolus, during rest and motion.
Dull aching pains deep in r. lower leg as if in bones, agg. by continued motion (R.).
Cramps in r. calf when raising foot from floor (R.).
R. calf lame and sore (R.).
Rheumatic pain in r. ankle (R.).≡ more ...