Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sanguinaria Canadensis in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Burning of hands and feet, worse at night.
Rheumatic pains, worse in those places least covered with flesh, but not in joints; on touching the painful part, pain vanishes and appears on some other part.
Rheumatism in all joints, with swelling and spasmodic pains.
Itching in axilla before catamenia.
Rheumatic pain in right arm and shoulder; worse at night; on turning in bed; cannot raise the arm.
Burning in palms, redness of hands, and severe burning.
Ulceration of the roots of all the nails on both hands.
Panaritium, first right, then left fingers.
Rheumatic pain in left hip; also, inside of right thigh.
Bruise-like pain in thigh, alternating with burning and pressure in breast.
Pain through hips, extending down right limb.
Wandering pains worse at night.
Knees are stiff.
Left leg and foot swelled in evening, with violent burning pain, did not know where to lay the limb; limb externally cold; worse until 12 P.M.
Sharp pain in right ankle and great toe-joint.
Burning of soles of feet, worse in bed.
Cold feet, afternoon.≡ more ...