Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Secale Cornutum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Lassitude, heaviness, trembling of limbs.
Limbs cold, covered with cold sweat.
Formication; prickling; tingling; numbness in limbs.
Cramps in hands and toes.
Painful jerkings in limbs at night.
Spasmodic jerks of the hand, with flexion of hand at wrist, or of forearm.
Numbness and insensibility of hands.
Coldness and numbness of right hand, with tingling of the ring and the ring and little fingers.
Loss of feeling in back of fingers.
Fingers convulsively drawn in toward palm, clasping thumb.
Rough rash all over the arm.
Fingers bent backward, or spasmodically abducted.
Violent pains in finger-tips.
Gangrene of fingers.
Hammering, tearing pain in both thighs, increased by motion.
Creeping feeling in anterior femoral and posterior tibia regions.
Shuffling gait, as if the feet were dragged along.
Cramp in calves.
Burning in feet.
Swelling of feet, with black spots.
Toes drawn up toward dorsum of foot.
Gangrene of toes.≡ more ...