Back Pain, Lumbago – Helpful Nuggets

Back Pain, Lumbago – Helpful Nuggets

Ailments of the back are generally increasing in number. There exist various reasons for this fact, like prolonged sitting at office jobs, lack of exercise,…. They will not be discussed here, though they need attention. Sometimes pain in the lower back hits the patient all of a sudden and unexpectedly just as heart attacks do. In some cases, the patient is condemned to immobility in the very acute state.

If the homeopath is called, help is awaited with the same speed as the strike in the back has appeared. In literature suggestions on the best remedies are easily found. Depending on the source, the number of remedies usually is pretty small.

Therefore, cure seems to be very simple. But if we take the repertory, we will be astonished, how many remedies caused the acute state of pain in the lower back – Lumbago – in their provings. In the Complete Repertory, you will find 459 homeopathic medicine for back pain!!

Many experienced homeopaths will use one of their standard remedies that approaches the symptoms of the patient well enough and relief usually follows. How will a novice in homeopathy deal with the case if he or she is under pressure to act quickly and if the patient is not able to stand a thorough casetaking? What can be done if the patient’s pains do not change after getting the remedy? One way the therapist easily can find the best remedy is by looking for unusal, uncommon symptoms. These will only be found in one or very few remedies.

This is why I started to search for nuggets in the case of lumbago. Which symptoms are found just in one to three remedies only? If you scroll down the page, here they are. Not all remedies found in the rubric of lumbar pain possess nuggets. You will not find them in the list. All the others are here!!

For those who have not been working with a repertory yet, the homeopathic language will sound really strange. But this language enables us to follow a steady scheme throughout the repertory. Without it, the book could never be that compact as it is and the search for symptoms and remedies would be an endless undertaking. What easily can be recognized is the fact, that the symptoms are arranged in the line of from common to special. The sign of << means aggravation (agg.), the sign of >> means amelioration (amel.). The different colours of remedies have to do with their valency found in the rubric ‘Back – pain – general – lumbar region, lumbago’.

The valencies are as follows: Abrot = 1; Agar = 2; Aesc = 3.

The red colour states that the remedy is a nosode (Med).

The first column describes the symptoms as stated in the Complete Repertory. The second column states the remedy(ies) that go along with this symptom. If a remedy is of a higher valency, I did not enlist the other remedies at this place. This is why you find just one remedy in the middle column, whereas the next column, ‘No. of remedies’ shows a 2 or a 3. The remedies of lower valency are still here. You can find them in the lower part of the list.

Section: Back – pain – general – lumbar region, lumbago: General listing in the Repertory

Lumbar region, Lumbago:

Abrotanum, Achy., Aconite, Act-sp., Adeps-s., Aegle., Aegle-f., Aesculus, Aethusa,
Agaricus, Agav-t., Agki-p., Alet., All-c., All-s., Allox., Aloe., Alumina, Alum-p., Alum-sil., Alumn., Am-c., Am-caust., Am-m., Ambr., Aml-n., Ammc., Amor-r., Anacardium, Anag., Anan., Androc., Ang., Ant-c., Ant-o., Ant-s., Ant-t., Anth., Apis., Apisin., Apocynum, Apoc-a., Aquil., Aranea, Aran-ix., Arbu., Argentum, Arg-n., Arnica, Arsenicum, Ars-h., Ars-i., Ars-met., Ars-s-f., Arum-d., Arum-t., Arund., Asafoetida, Asarum europaeum, Asc-t., Aspar., Atista., Aurum, Aur-ar., Aur-i., Aur-m., Aur-s.,

Ba-sv., Bad., Bamb-a., Baptisia, Bar-acet., Baryta carb., Bar-i., Bar-s., Bart., Belladonna, Bell-p.,
Berberis, Berb-a., Beryl., Boerh., Bol., Borax, Both-a., Bovista, Brach., Bromium, Brucel., Bryonia, Bufo., But-ac.,

Cact., Cadm., Caes., Cahin., Caj., Caladium, Calcarea, Calc-ar., Calc-caust., Calcarea flour., Calc-i., Calc-p., Calc-s., Calc-sil., Camph., Cann-i., Cann-s., Cantharis, Caps., Carb-ac., Carb-an., Carb-v., Carbn-s., Carcinocin, Card-m., Carl., Casc., Cass., Cassi-s., Cast., Cast-v., Caulophyllum, Causticum, Cedr., Cench., Cent., Chamomilla, Chelidonium, China, Chin-ar., Chin-s., Chloram., Choc., Chr-ac., Chr-o., Cicuta, Cimic., Cimx., Cina., Cinnam., Cinnb., Clem., Cob., Cob-n., Coc-c., Cocc., Cocci-s., Cod., Coffea, Colchicum, Coloc., Com., Conium, Conv., Convo-d., Copaiva, Cor-r., Corn., Cortiso., Corv-c., Croc., Crot. horridus, Croto-t., Cundurango, Cuprum, Cupr-ar., Cur.,
Curc., Cyclamen,

Digitalis, Dioscorea, Dirc., Dor., Drosera, Dulcamara, Dys-co.,

Echi., Elaps., Elat., Equis., Erech., Erig., Ery-a., Euon., Euon-a., Eup-per., Eup-pur., Euphrasia, Euphr., Eupi.,

Fago., Ferrum, Ferr-ar., Ferr-i., Ferr-p., Fl-ac., Folliculinum, Form.,

Galeg., Gall-ac., Gambogia, Gelsemium, Germ., Gins., Gloninum, Glyc., Gnaph., Gran., Graphites, Gratiola, Gua., Guai., Guare., Gymn.,

Haliae-lc., Hamamelis, Helleborus, Helonias, Hepar, Hip-ac., Hipp., Hura., Hydrastis, Hydrc., Hydrog., Hymosa.,
Hyoscyamus, Hypericum,

Ignatia, Ind., Indg., Iodium, Iodof., Ip., Ipom., Irid., Iris., Iris-fl.,

Jatropa, Joan., Jug-c.,

Kali-ar., Kali-bi., Kali-br., Kali-c., Kali-chl., Kali-i., Kali-m., Kali-n., Kali-ox., Kali-p., Kali-s., Kali-sil., Kalm., Kola., Kreosotum,

Lac-ac., Lac-c., Lac-d., Lac-eq., Lac-leo., Lac-lup., Lachesis, Lachn., Lact., Lap-c-b., Lap-gr-m., Lar-ar., Lath., Laur., Lec., Ledum, Lept., Lil-t., Lith-be., Lith-c., Lobelia, Lob-c., Lob-s., Loxo-r., Lycopodium, Lycpr., Lycps., Lyss.,

M-p-a., Macrin., Mag-c., Mag-m., Mag-p., Mag-s., Maland., Mang., Mang-acet., Mangi., Mant-r., Medorrhinum, Meli., Menthol., Meny., Meph., Mercurius, Merc-c., Merc-i-f., Merl., Mez., Mit., Mom-b., Morg., Morg-g., Morph., Mosch., Mur-ac., Murx., Mut., Myric., Myrt-c.,

Naja., Nat-ar., Nat-c., Natrum mur., Nat-p., Nat-s., Nat-sil., Neon., Nicc., nitricum acidum, Nux-m., Nux-v.,

Oci., Ol-an., Ol-j., Onos., Opium, Osm., Ox-ac., Ozone.,

Pall., Par., Per., Petroleum, Petros., Ph-ac., Phel., Phosphorus, Phys., Phytolacca, Pic-ac., Pitu-a., Plan., Plan-m., Platina, Plb., Podophyllum, Polyg., Prot., Prun., Psil., Psorinum, Ptelea trifoliata, Pulsatilla, Puls-n., Pyrog.,

Querc-r.,

Rad-br., Ran-a., Ran-b., Ran-s., Raph., Rat., Rham-cal., Rheum., Rhododendron, Rhus-t., Rhus-v., Rob., Rumx., Ruta.,

Sabad., Sabal., Sabin., Sambucus, Sanguinaria, Sanicula, Sarcol-ac., Sarr., Sarsaparilla, Schran-u., Scler-a., Scol., Secale, Selenium, Senec., Sepia, Silicea, Sin-a., Sin-n., Solid., Spigelia, Spira., Spongia, Squil., Stann., Staphysagria,
Stel., Still., Stramonium, Stront-c., Stroph-s., Stry., Sul-ac., Sul-i., Sulph., Sumb., Syc-co., Syphilinum,

Tabacum, Tanac., Tarax., Tarent., Tarent-c., Tela., Tell., Tep., Ter., Term-a., Teucrium, Thea., Thuja, Thymol., Til., Tril., Trio., Trombidium, Tuberculinum, Tus-f., Tus-p., Tylo-i.,

Ustilago,

Vac., Valer., Vario., Veratrum, Verat-v., Verb., Vero-o., Vib., Vip., Visc.,

Wist.,

Xan., Xanth., Xero.,

Zincum met., Zinc-ar., Zinc-p., Zing., Ziz.

Section: Back – pain – general – lumbar region, lumbago: Specific listing in the Repertory

Rare Symptoms

Remedy

No. of remedies

Lumbago – rising – repeated efforts, at

Aesc

1

– chill – before

Aesc

3

– extending to – buttocks, nates – gluteal muscles

Aesc

1

– stooping – << – work in the garden, after

Agar

1

– raising – thigh, on

Agar

2

– raising – thigh, on – sitting, while

Agar

1

– lying – << – side, on – left

Agar

3

– air – open <<

Agar

2

– sitting – << – raising thigh, while

Agar

1

– extending to – legs, down – stool, during

Agar

2

– alternating with – hemorrhoids

Aloe

1

– alternating with – headache

Aloe

2

– alternating with – anger with himself

Aloe

1

– evening – bed – in

Alum

3

– ascending stairs

Alum

3

– extending to – arms – right upper and left lower

Alum

1

– extending to – cervical region

Alum

1

– night – sleep, during

Am-m

1

– midnight – after – one am.-four am.

Am-m

1

– yawning

Am-m

1

– extending to – inward

Am-m

1

– motion – << – during – arms, of

Ant-t

2

– walking – << – while – erect impossible

Arg

3

– drawing up the limbs <<

Arg

1

– nursing, while

Arn

3

– extending to – upward – stooping <<

Arn

2

– afternoon – >>

Bamb-a

1

– night – lying on left side

Bamb-a

1

– bath, warm, >>

Bamb-a

1

– lying – << – abdomen, on

Bamb-a

1

– lying – << – side, on – left

Bamb-a

3

– menses – beginning of – lying on back <<

Bamb-a

1

– night – bed – going to

Bapt

2

– diarrhea, with

Bar-c

2

– air – cold <<

Bar-c

3

– stool – << – urging at, when

Bar-c

3

– operations, after

Berb

1

– extending to – pelvis – posterior portion and thighs

Berb

1

– extending to – thighs – back, posterior

Berb

1

– spine – stepping, when

Berb

3

– eating – while

Bry

2

– stool – << – during – hard

Bry

2

– spine – forenoon

Bry

1

– stretching – <<

Calc

3

– blowing nose

Calc-p

2

– extending to – axilla

Canth

1

– extending to – perineum

Canth

1

– extending to – thighs – breath, on every

Carb-an

2

– spine – stepping, when

Carb-an

3

– pillow under back >>

Carb-v

1

– spine – sitting bent

Carb-v

1

– night – ten pm.

Carbn-s

1

– ascending stairs

Carbn-s

3

– delivery, parturition – during

Caust

2

– urination – after – profuse

Caust

1

– extending to – circle, in a, to linea alba

Caust

1

– extending to – ribs

Caust

1

– buttocks, and

Caust

1

– ribs and ilium, between

Caust

2

– nursing, while

Cham

3

– extending to – abdomen – walls of

Cham

1

– extending to – sacrum

Cimic

3

– spine – upper

Cimic

1

– morning – bending forward, on

Cocc

3

– fear, with

Cocc

1

– lying – << – quietly, >> by motion

Colch

1

– stool – << – urging at, when

Colch

3

– elbows and knees, on, >>

Coloc

1

– extending to – inguinal region – walking, while

Coloc

1

– sneezing

Con

3

– exercise – <<

Con

2

– breathing << – sitting bent

Dulc

1

– pressure – >> – deep

Dulc

1

– wet, getting

Dulc

2

– inspiration << – sitting bent, while

Dulc

1

– extending to – legs, down – motion – >>

Dulc

1

– walking – >> while – slow

Ferr

3

– snowstorm, before a

Ferr

1

– room, warm, on entering

Gels

1

– urination – before

Graph

3

– menses – during – tickling, after

Graph

1

– emission, after

Ham

2

– extending to – uterus

Helon

3

– leaning – << – backward against chair

Hep

2

– turning << – walking, while

Hep

1

– extending to – downward – upward, and

Hep

2

– extending to – downward – upward, and – walking <<

Hep

1

– rises, with the help of arms

Hydr

2

– constipation, during

Kali-bi

2

– extending to – urethra

Kali-bi

2

– extending to – neck, nape of

Kali-bi

1

– extending to – sacrum

Kali-bi

3

– extending to – sacrum

Kali-bi

1

– extending to – sternum

Kali-bi

1

– midnight – after – three am.

Kali-c

3

– midnight – after – three am. – driving him out of bed

Kali-c

2

– affected by everything

Kali-c

2

– delivery, parturition – during

Kali-c

2

– delivery, parturition – after

Kali-c

2

– walking – << – while – erect impossible

Kali-c

3

– injury, after

Kali-c

2

– extending to – chest – left

Kali-c

2

– extending to – extremities

Kali-c

2

– extending to – buttocks, nates – three am.

Kali-c

1

– extending to – buttocks, nates – hips, and

Kali-c

1

– extending to – buttocks, nates – thighs, and

Kali-c

1

– extending to – heart

Kali-c

1

– extending to – thighs – abortion, miscarriage, during, weak back, motion <<, with perspiration

Kali-c

1

– extending to – downward – upward, and

Kali-c

1

– diarrhea, with

Kali-i

2

– alternating with – pinching in abdomen

Kali-n

1

– evening – menstruation, during

Kali-n

1

– midnight – after – two am.

Kali-n

2

– midnight – after – three am.

Kali-n

3

– midnight – after – three am. – driving him out of bed

Kali-n

2

– extending to – hypochondrium, morning on waking

Kali-n

1

– evening – bed – in

Kalm

3

– leaning – << – forward

Lac-c

2

– sewing

Lac-c

2

– urination – urging, during

Lach

3

– urination – urging, during

Lach

2

– extending to – urethra

Lach

2

– extending to – liver

Lach

1

– extending to – upward – fan, like a

Lach

1

– extending to – occiput

Led

1

– extending to – hips – umbilical region, and,
>> by rubbing

Lil-t

1

– ilium – crest – motion in bed

Lil-t

1

– motion – must move

Mag-m

2

– turning << – suddenly

Mag-m

1

– erection, after

Mag-m

1

– erection, after – violent

Mag-m

1

– walking – << – while – menses, during

Mag-m

1

– sleep – falling asleep, on

Mag-m

1

– stretching – <<

Mag-m

3

– extending to – scapulae – right

Mag-m

3

– urination – >> after

Med

3

– straining, from

Med

2

– draft of air <<

Med

2

– touch – >>

Meny

2

– extending to – upward – sitting, while

Meny

1

– extending to – body – over whole

Mez

1

– motion – >> – continued

Morg

3

– warmth – <<

Morg

1

– straightening up – >>

Nat-m

1

– lying – >> – back, on – hard, on something

Nat-m

2

– sleep – before

Nat-m

1

– extending to – thighs – breath, on every

Nat-m

2

– extending to – transversely

Nat-m

3

– extending to – scapulae – right

Nat-m

3

– extending to – uterus

Nat-m

3

– morning – evening, until

Nat-s

1

– midnight – after – two am.

Nat-s

2

– urination – before

Nat-s

3

– urination – >> after

Nat-s

3

– urination – urging, during

Nat-s

3

– lying – >> – side, on

Nat-s

2

– lying – >> – side, on – right

Nat-s

1

– injury, after

Nat-s

2

– lying – >> – abdomen, on

Nit-ac

3

– air – cold <<

Nit-ac

3

– extending to – hips – legs, and – menses,
during

Nit-ac

1

– extending to – thighs – hemorrhage, with uterine

Nit-ac

1

– evening – rest, during

Nux-m

1

– extending to – sacrum

Nux-m

3

– midnight – after – three am.

Nux-v

3

– midnight – after – three am. – four am, or.

Nux-v

1

– turning << – bed, in – sit up, has to

Nux-v

1

– delivery, parturition – after

Nux-v

2

– delivery, parturition – after – difficult

Nux-v

1

– drinks, warm, >>

Nux-v

1

– mortification, after

Nux-v

1

– masturbation, from

Nux-v

1

– vexation, after

Nux-v

1

– draft of air <<

Nux-v

2

– rising – << – squatting

Ph-ac

1

– hemorrhage, with uterine

Phos

2

– dinner, after

Phos

3

– sitting – << – long, after

Phos

2

– extending to – vertex

Phos

1

– ilium – crest – left

Phos

1

– extending to – legs, down – motion – <<

Pic-ac

1

– extending to – inguinal region – legs, and down

Plat

1

– chill – before

Podo

3

– walking – << – while – uneven ground,
on

Podo

2

– morning – bed, in – bending forward, on

Puls

1

– morning – bending forward, on

Puls

3

– motion – no relief from

Puls

1

– walking – >> while – slow

Puls

3

– nursing, while

Puls

3

– spine – fourth

Puls

1

– midnight – before

Rhus-t

2

– motion – << – after

Rhus-t

1

– motion – >> – continued

Rhus-t

3

– wet, getting

Rhus-t

2

– sciatica, in

Rhus-t

2

– lying – >> – back, on – hard, on something

Rhus-t

2

– morning – nine am. – >>

Ruta

1

– morning – rising – before

Ruta

1

– midnight – after – four am.

Ruta

3

– sitting – << – walk, after a

Ruta

1

– sitting – << – standing, and, >> by walking

Ruta

1

– evening – seven thirty pm. on waking

Sep

1

– evening – seven thirty pm. on waking – sleep, from a short

Sep

1

– evening – bed – in

Sep

1

– affected by everything

Sep

2

– walking – << – while – erect impossible

Sep

3

– urination – frequent, with

Sep

1

– lying – << – side, on – right

Sep

1

– air – cold <<

Sep

3

– extending to – hips – afternoon and evening

Sep

1

– extending to – lung, left

Sep

1

– extending to – forward – pelvis, around

Sep

3

– lie down, must

Sil

1

– extending to – diagonally

Sil

1

– extending to – upward – stooping <<

Sil

2

– midnight – after – four am.

Staph

3

– midnight – after – four am. – waking him

Staph

1

– leaning – << – sideways

Staph

1

– extending to – downward – stooping <<

Staph

1

– ilium – crest – right, << in morning
on sitting down, >> standing and walking, extending
to thigh

Staph

1

– stool – << – during – hard

Stront-c

2

– urination – after

Sul-ac

3

– extending to – inguinal region – urination, after

Sul-ac

1

– forenoon – sitting

Sulph

2

– noon

Sulph

3

– expiration, on

Sulph

2

– walking – >> while – bent

Sulph

1

– lying – << – side, on – left

Sulph

3

– dinner, after

Sulph

3

– sneezing

Sulph

3

– standing – << – bent over

Sulph

1

– extending to – inguinal region – menses, during

Sulph

1

– extending to – transversely

Sulph

3

– urination – after

Syph

3

– ilium – crest – sitting and standing

Valer

1

– night – bed – turning in

Zinc

1

– rising – << – walk, and beginning to

Zinc

3

– walking – << – beginning to

Zinc

2

– walking – >> while – continued

Zinc

1

– position – lying in wrong

Zinc

1

– lying – >> – side, on

Zinc

2

– dinner, after

Zinc

3

– sleep – during

Zinc

2

– sitting – << – down

Zinc

1

– extending to – calves – feet, and, on motion

Zinc

1

– extending to – spermatic cords

Abrot, Sars

2

– bed, in

Allox., Loxo-r.

2

– kneeling

Allox., Euphr.

2

– weather – damp, wet, in – >>

Allox

1

– weather – hot >>

Allox

1

– weather – cold <<

Allox

1

– alternating with – pain in thighs

Am-c

1

– daytime – rest, at

Am-c

1

– extending to – sides – pelvis and diaphragm

Androc

1

– midnight – after – four am.

Ang., Ruta., Staphysagria

3

– muscles, left

Ant-s

1

– brights disease, in acute

Apis

1

– pain in – lower limbs, with

Apoc-a

1

– right – menses, during

Aquil

1

– menses – end, at

Aran

1

– periodic

Ars

1

– extending to – hips – legs, and – afternoon,
in

Arsenicum, Dioscorea

2

– extending to – shoulders

Arsenicum, Indg., Pitu-a.

3

– sneezing

Arund., Conium, Sulphur

3

– raising – thigh, on

Agaricus, Aurum

2

– walking – >> while – slow

Belladonna, Ferrum, Pulsatilla

3

– extending to – bladder and inguinal region, to

Bell

1

– extending to – thighs – delivery, parturition,
during

Bell

1

– lying – >> – straight

Boerh

1

– extending to – pectoral muscles and arms,
after riding

Brach

1

– alternating with – headache

Brom, Aloe

2

– exercise – <<

Brucel., Conium

2

– motion – << – during – least

Bufo., Lycopodium

2

– rises, with the help of arms

Bufo., Hydrastis

2

– pain in – testes, with

Caes

1

– lying – >> – bent backward

Cahin

1

– motion – >> – continued

Calcarea flour., Morg., Rhus-t.

3

– ilium – muscles, attachment of

Camph., Form., Tarent.

3

– extending to – legs, down – bending backward and on raising the body

Carl

1

– extending to – pubis – inguinal region, and

Carl., Kreosotum

2

– position – change of, <<

Cassi-s

1

– lying – >> – abdomen, on

Chelidonium, nitricum acidum, Selenium

3

– lying – >> – face, on

Chel

1

– sitting – >> – bent

Chelidonium, Ran-b.

2

– extending to – back

Chel

1

– spine – pressure <<

Chel

1

– spine – extending to hypogastrium

Chel

1

– extending to – sides – right – shoulder, and right

Clem

1

– straightening up – impossible

Cob

1

– eating – while

Coc-c

1

– sitting – << – erect

Conv., Zing.

2

– extending to – transversely

Cuprum, Natrum mur., Sulphur

3

– rest >>

Curc

1

– touch – >>

Cyclamen, Meny.

2

– blowing nose

Digitalis, Calc-p

2

– evening – five pm.

Dios

1

– pulling <<

Dios

1

– extending to – hips – legs, and – afternoon, in

Dios, Ars

2

– walking – << – while – fast

Dros

1

– extending to – penis

Dros

1

– raising – arms, on

Elaps

1

– extending to – uterus

Elaps., Helonias, Natrum mur.

3

– extending to – spine

Euon., Psil.

2

– extending to – spine – zig-zags to scapular region

Euon

1

– chill – before

Eup-pur., Podophyllum, Aesculus

3

– extending to – hips – morning on rising

Euphr., Thuja

2

– alternating with – leucorrhea

Eupi

1

– leaning – >> – against something

Eupi, Zing

2

– leucorrhea – before, which >>

Eupi

1

– extending to – toes

Eupi

1

– extending to – kidneys, region of

Ferr-i., Ox-ac., Ozone.

3

– ovulation, during

Foll

1

– ilium – muscles, attachment of

Form., Tarent., Camph

3

– left – lying >>

Germ

1

– left – stretching >>

Germ

1

– left – extending to – neck

Germ

1

– weight in pelvis, with

Gnaph

1

– numbness in lumbar, lumbosacral region, with

Gnaph

1

– walking – << – after – short

Grat

1

– extending to – legs, down – stool, during

Grat, Agar

2

– afternoon – << – sitting, while, two
pm.

Hura

1

– evening – nine pm.

Hura

1

– leaning – << – forward

Hura., Lac-c.

2

– right – spot

Hydrc

1

– morning – nine am. – ten am., until

Hydrc

1

– sleep – during

Hydr, Zinc

2

– sitting – >> – erect

Hydrc., Loxo-r.

2

– extending to – extremities

Ignatia, Kali-c.

2

– stool – >> – during

Indg

1

– stool – >> – after

Indg., Ox-ac.

2

– extending to – shoulders

Indg., Pitu-a., Ars

3

– hemorrhage, with uterine

Iodium, Phosphorus

2

– left – stooping

Ipom

1

– right – writing, while

Irid

1

– sewing

Iris., Lac-c.

2

– forenoon – sitting

Jug-c., Sulphur

2

– extending to – legs, down – sitting up >>

Kali-m

1

– motion – << – during – arms, of

Ant-t., Kreosotum

2

– urination – before

Kreosotum, Nat-s., Graph

3

– leucorrhea – with – gushes, >>

Kreos

1

– extending to – rectum – vagina, and, standing >>

Kreos

1

– extending to – vagina

Kreos

1

– forenoon – eleven am.

Lac-ac

1

– right – turning, on

Lac-leo

1

– extending to – inguinal region – evening

Lact

1

– midnight – before

Laur, Rhus-t

2

– writing, while

Laur

1

– right – extending to os ischium, touch <<

Lob-c, Lob-s

2

– extending to – ischium

Lob-s

1

– rising – << – lying, from

Loxo-r

1

– rising – << – walk, and beginning to

Loxo-r., Tabacum, Zincum met.

3

– stretching – >>

Loxo-r

1

– extending to – knee – hollow of

Loxo-r

1

– urination – >> after

Lycopodium, Medorrhinum, Nat-s.

3

– air – open <<

Lyc, Agar

2

– extending to – epigastric region

Lyc

1

– extending to – epigastric region – night

Lyc

1

– extending to – scapulae – right

Lycopodium, Mag-m., Natrum mur.

3

– ribs, false, below

Lyc

1

– spine – motion, on

Lyc

1

– noon

Lycps., Sulphur, Thuja

3

– morning – two pm., until

Mag-c

1

– night – bed – driving out of

Mag-c

1

– menses – before – sitting, while

Mag-c

1

– menses – during – sitting, while, >> by walking

Mag-c

1

– stretching – <<

Mag-c., Mag-m., Calcarea

3

– morning – bending forward, on

Mang., Pulsatilla, Cocc.

3

– morning – bending forward, on – left, to

Mang

1

– left – night

Mangi

1

– left – pressure >>

Mangi

1

– evening – bed – going to, on

Naja

1

– pain in – abdomen, with

Neon

1

– extending to – stomach – pit of

Nicc., Rat., Thuja

3

– extending to – testes – coughing, on

Osm

1

– motion – must move

Ox-ac., Mag-m.

2

– extending to – sides – right – rising from bending, after

Ox-ac

1

– morning – warmth >>

Ozone

1

– swimming >>

Ozone

1

– extending to – abdomen – lower part of

Ozone

1

– extending to – legs, down – calves, to – short, as if too

Ozone

1

– spine – right

Ozone

1

– spine – spot, in small

Ozone

1

– morning – rising – after – <<

Petroleum

1

– morning – motion, after

Petroleum

1

– morning – stooping, on

Petroleum

1

– afternoon – << – moving, on

Petroleum

1

– afternoon – << – stooping

Petroleum

1

– standing – >> – erect

Petroleum

1

– left – extending to – abdomen

Pitu-a

1

– left – muscles

Pitu-a

1

– right – exercise, after slight

Pitu-a

1

– afternoon – << – standing

Plb

1

– leaning – << – backward against chair

Plb., Hepar

2

– bending – << – left, to

Plb.

1

– spine – leaning against chair, when

Plb.

1

– motion – >> – gentle

Prun

1

– extending to – umbilicus

Prun., Rhus-v.

2

– extending to – chest – left

Querc-r., Kali-c

2

– exertion – >>

Rad-br

1

– pressure – not >> by.

Rad-br

1

– headache, with

Rad-br

1

– pain in – vertex and occiput, with

Rad-br

1

– warmth – not >>

Rad-br

1

– extending to – inguinal region – right

Ran-b

1

– leaning – >> – side, on

Raph

1

– urination – urging, during

Raph., Lachesis, Nat-s.,

3

– stool – << – urging, with, as if there would be

Rat

1

– straining, from

Rhus-v., Medorrhinum

2

– motion – << – during – sudden

Rumx

1

– extending to – pubis – abortion, miscarriage, during, motion <<, blood partly clotted

Sabin

1

– extending to – forward – pelvis, around

Sabin., Sepia, Vib.

3

– extending to – hypogastrium

Sang

1

– lying – >> – back, on – flat

Sanic

1

– exercise – >>, gentle

Sanic

1

– afternoon – << – inspiration, on deep

Sars

1

– extending to – spermatic cords – emission,
after

Sars

1

– stool – << – urging at, when

Sin-a., Baryta carb., Colchicum

3

– night – bed – going to

Sin-n., Bapt

2

– sick feeling, all over, with

Solid

1

– expiration, on

Spigelia, Sulphur

2

– menses – instead of

Spong

1

– extending to – thighs – stool, during

Stann

1

Back – Pain – general – lumbar region, lumbago- lying – << – side, on – painful

Tarent

1

– extending to – patella, and back

Tarent

1

– extending to – thighs – right

Tell

1

– constipation, during

Tep., Kali-bi

2

– ribs and ilium, between

Teucrium, Causticum

2

– motion – << – during – feet, of

Thuj

1

– motion – << – during – feet, of – standing, after long

Thuj

1

– walking – << – beginning to

Thuja, Zincum met.

2

– walking – << – while – uneven ground, on

Thuja, Podophyllum

2

– sitting – << – long, after

Thuj, Phosphorus

2

– sitting – << – long, after – stand erect, cannot

Thuja

1

– standing – << – leaning sideways

Thuja

1

– extending to – buttocks, nates – morning on rising

Thuja

1

– extending to – coccyx, along – tip of

Thuja

1

– spine – stepping, when

Thuja, Berberis, Carb-an.

3

– spine – menses <<

Thuja

1

– afternoon – << – fever, during

Trom

1

– ascending stairs

Tus-p., Alumina, Carbn-s.

3

– morning – exertion, on

Ust

1

– emission, after

Ustilago, Hamamelis

2

– walking – << – while – cane pressed across the back >>

Vib

1

– extending to – abdomen – abortion, miscarriage, during, then through thighs

Vib.

1

– extending to – abdomen – over ilium to ovaries and uterus

Vib.

1

 



About the author

Siegfried Letzel

Siegfried Letzel

Siegfried Letzel - After working in ambulance service in Germany he assisted the German Red Cross in disaster relief following an earthquake in Algeria. He also worked with the League of Red Cross Societies in Geneva, Switzerland. He was sent to Darfur in Sudan to give support to refugees in emergency camps. Subsequently he studied biology in the Philippines and later became qualified as a natural health professional, specializing in TCM and homeopathy. For the last couple years he has been studying historical papers and the works of early homeopaths in search for the original and true homeopathy.

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