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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Ruta Graveolens in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Pain in forearms as well as in bones and joints of hands as if they had been beaten.
Wrenching pain in the shoulder-joint, esp. when permitting arms to hang down or when resting on them.
Shocks in arms as if in bones.
Dull tearings in bones of the arm and joints of elbow.
Pain as from contusion in joint of elbow.
Pressive and spasmodic drawing and tearing in forearms, hands, and fingers.
Paralytic stiffness of wrist.
Wrenching pain or shootings in wrists.
Sensation as from a sprain and stiffness in wrist.
Bones of wrist and back of hand painful as if bruised when at rest and when moving.
Pain in wrist (as from a sprain) on lifting a weight.
Numbness and tingling in hands after exertion.
Spasmodic contraction of fingers.
Swollen veins on hands; after eating.
Warts; with sore pains; flat, smooth, on palms of hands.
Falling from side to side when walking, legs will not support him, no power or steadiness in thighs.
Legs give out on ascending or descending stairs.
Sciatica; agg. by cold applications, and in cold, wet weather.
Spasmodic drawing in thighs, extending into the hip-joint and sacrum.
Contusive pain in hip-joint and bones of the legs, esp. on touching and stretching them.
Weakness in thigh-bones on rising from a seat, as if they had been broken.
Weakness, trembling, and paralytic heaviness of knees and legs, which prevent standing firmly, fatigue and heaviness of legs after walking.
Sensation of contraction in tendons of knee (as if they were shortened, and weakness in them, esp. on descending).
"Rue pounded with honey and salt helps swelling of knee."
Fistulous ulcers in legs.
Flexion of knees, esp. when going down stairs.
Lameness and pain in the ankles after a sprain or dislocation; as if ulcerated.
R. T. C.).
Burning, gnawing pain in bones of the feet, which does not permit standing or walking.
Paralytic stiffness of instep.
Small epithelial swellings on joints of toes.≡ more ...