Cutting shooting in the external muscles of the right thigh, just above the knee, only when sitting (aft. 2.1/4 h.). [Htn.]

980. In the thighs extreme heaviness and stiffness when walking. [Kr.]

Heaviness in the thighs even when sitting. [Hbg.]

A pain drawing outwards towards.the skin at a small spot on the inner surface of the left thigh (aft. 1 h.) [Gss.]

Hard pressure in the middle of the anterior surface of the right thigh. [Hrr.]

A knife-stab in the middle of the thigh mote towards the posterior side (immediately after a meal). [Gss.]

985. A fluctuating throbbing pain on the upper and inner part of the left thigh (aft. 29 h.). [Gss.]

Tingling buzzing sensation above the right knee when sitting (aft.1/4 h.).[Htn.]

Cramp-like pain in the right knee, near the patella, towards the outer side, when sitting. [Htn.]

Violent pains in the knee. [Stf.]

On moving, the outer hamstring of the left knee feels tight and as if too short, alternating with a similar feeling in the inner hamstring, but it is always worst in the outer. [Mkl.]

990. In the right popliteal region pinching and aching pain. [Hbg.]

Obtuse stitches in the left popliteal region (aft. 1\4 h.). [Gss.]

A twitching in the right popliteal region (aft. 4 h.). [Ln.]

Trembling of the knees. [MULLER, 1, c.]

A disagreeable feeling in the joints of the lower extremities. especially the knees, as if they would bend beneath him, especially when walking and chiefly when descending.

995. A twitching in the popliteal region upwards into the muscles of the thigh.

A clucking in the foot as if drops fell in it (aft. 54 h.).

Very rapid clucking in front of the left knee, when sitting (immediately). [Ws.]

Needle pricks under the left patella, when sitting. [Gss.]

Aching shooting in the right petella, when sitting (aft. 3.5 h.). [Htn.]

1000. When treading with the left foot painful stitches shoot up to the knee (aft. 38 h.). [Ws.]

Cutting drawing on a small spot on the feet, that spread from below upwards, first through the legs and thighs, then through the sacrum up to the shoulders. [Kr.]

Paralytic weariness in both legs. [Mkl.]

On going upstairs weariness of the legs, especially of the calves.[Stf.]

In the legs a drawing-up sensation, externally only crawling. internally innumerable stitches. [Ws.]

1005. In the leg pain as if it were squeezed and a commotion (dull tearing) and working in it, especially at night, relieved by hanging down the leg freely (aft. 10 h.).

A burning tearing up the legs through the inner surface of the popliteal region.

Trembling heaviness of the legs.

Dull tearing in the legs. [Hbg.]

The foot was so painful that she had to keep the limb horizontally extended and immovable.( In connection with S 1044).[LAMBERGEN, 1. c.]

1010. Painful feeling of weight of the right leg on crossing it over the left leg (4 hours). [ Htn.]

A drawing heaviness of the legs.

Tearing pain in the tibia.

Feeling in the right leg like growing pain, a stiff feeling combined with heaviness. [Htn.]

Drawing tearing pain in the right tibia with an out-pressing sensation in it (aft. 4 h.). [Htn,]

1015. Sharp shoots in the left calf which come from below upwards.[ Ws. ]

Cramp in the calf on bending the leg, in the evening in bed, which goes off on stretching out the leg (aft. 72 h.).

Tearing pressure in the middle of the inside of the leg, without reference to movement or touching. [Hrr.]

On the left tibia in front an aching when standing. [Hbg.]

Sweat on the feet without warmth when sitting. [Hbg.]

1020. Eroding itching on the feet and dorsum of the feet. [Hrr.]

Obtuse stitches on the dorsum of the left foot, when sitting, not affected by external pressure. [ Ws.]

On walking in the open air tension in the right ankle-joint.

On walking and bending the foot pain in the metatarsal bones as if sprained.

Tearing pain in the metatarsal bone of the big toe.

1025. Cramp in the sole of the foot, in the evening, in bed, on drawing up the knees.

Burning and digging in the soles of the feet. [Kr.]

Violent itching of the feet.

Creeping upwards in the feet (aft. 20 h.).

Swelling of the feet.

1030. Heat especially in the feet.

In the soles of the feet boring, digging pain (aft. several h.).

Shooting pain in the soles of the feet (aft. 1/2 h.).

Bruised pain in the ball of the heel when treading,

A kind of painless drawing or running from the heel to the toes, round about the ankle (aft. 30 h.).

1035. Bring or tearing stitches in the tendo Achillis.

(When walking) tearing in the sole of the left foot, mingled with stitches, for a quarter of an hour. [Mkl.]

Tension on the sole of the right foot about the heel, which then changed into tensive pressure; on pressing on it the pain goes off for some time (aft.1/4 h.). [Hrr.]

Complaint about very painful cramp in the left arm and in the back, which in the evening extends as far as the thighs. [GREDING, 1. c., P. 652.]

In the evening she wished to stretch herself, but could not do it for pains. [Kr.]

1040. Usually when the pain had reached its climax it disappeared suddenly, and in an instant there occurred instead a pain at another part. [Gss.]

Painful sensitiveness of the skin at the least touch. [Kr.]

Crawling itching all over the body, flying about, now here, now there. [Ws.]

Red scaly eruption on the lower parts of the body, extending to the abdomen. [ZIEGLER. 1. c.]

On the planter surface of the foot, and on the shin bone, blisters filled with water, that readily burst. [LAMBERGEN, 1. c.]

1045. When walking, at every second or third step, a stitch in the affected part extending into the head, just as when one pricks oneself unexpectedly; not when sitting.

(The parts where the shooting pain had been are very painful to external touch.)

Boring pain in the glands.

Gnawing pain in the affected part (aft. 1 h.).

The external application of belladonna makes the part sensitive to the open air.

1050. Cold, painful, long-continued lumps and swellings (apparently secondary action).

Tearing itching here and there, especially after lying down in bed in the evening; after rubbing the tearing pain alone remains, but more severe.

Ulcer is painful almost only in the night (from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.) burning, as if something would press out, and the part were as if paralyzed and stiff (aft. 48 h.).

(Ulcer covered with a black crust like coagulated blood.)

Ulcer exudes almost nothing but bloody ichor.

1055. Ulcer is painful on being touched, almost burning pain (aft. 4 h.).

In the ulcer violent itching (aft. 1 h.).

In the ulcer cutting pain when at rest, and tearing pain on moving the part (aft. 20 h.).

Round about the ulcer sore pain (aft. 4 h.).

(Soreness in the bends of the joints.)

1060. Suddenly attacking, horrible crampy pain on one side of the chest, one side of the abdomen. in one loin or in one elbow especially during sleep, whereby he is forced to bend the painful Part inwards and to crouch together (aft. 8, 16, 30 h.).

(A drawing pain in the feet going upwards to the scapula, and thence into the fingers, lastly into the teeth, which thereby are set on edge and become loose.)

(Drawing pain in all the limbs.)

In the evening in bed itching stitches here and there in the skin, as if from fleas.

In the afternoon especially (about 3 or 4 o’clock), all the ailments are worse; in the forenoon they are mote tolerable.

1065. Violent spasmodic laughter.

Slight convulsive movements of the limbs. [DUMOULIN, 1. c.]

Convulsive movement of the limbs. (RAU, 1, c. -GREDING, 1. c., p, 671.]

Subsultus tendium. [ELFES. I. c.]

Twitching in the limbs. [ZIEGLER, 1. c.]

1070. After a slight vexation the most violent spasms, which urged hits to run against the walls. [Stf.]

Convulsions of the limbs with hiccup. [GREDING, 1. c., p. 671 (14).]

During starlings of the limbs, weariness and anxiety.( This would be better stated-“After heat and redness of the face, with greatthirst, she had lassitude, anxiety, and slight starlings of the limbs)[GREDING, 1. c., p. 672 (14).]

Convulsions. [EB. GMELIN, Pflanzengifte, 1. c.]

Convulsive momentary stretching out of the limbs on awaking.

1075. Repeated convulsions and cruel spasms, especially in the flexor muscles. [GRIMM, 1, c.]

Severe jerks and very loud raving. [BALDINGER, 1. c.]

Epileptic convulsions. [WAGNER, 1. c., (1).]

Horrible convulsions resembling epilepsy. [GRIMM, 1. c.]

Convulsions, distortions of all muscles. [DE ST. MARTIN, 1. c.]

1080. Convulsions of all the limbs. [MUNCH, I. c.]

In the intervals, when free from convulsions, he utters the loudest cries, as if he suffered great pains. [GRIMM, 1. c.]

Head and trunk drawn quite back to the left side, so that he could not walk.( See note to S. 175) [GREDING, 1, c., p. 662.]

Insensible, with rattling breathing and twitching in face and hands.[BALDINGER, I.C.]

At one time amazing, distortion of the limbs, at another complete immobility. [EL. CAMERARIUS, I. C.]

1085. Loss of all sensation; stiffness of the lower extremities; excessive distention of all the blood-vessels of the skin, with uncommonly red, swollen face, extremely full and rapid pulse and profuse sweat. [BALDINGER, I. C.]

Frequent stiffness and immobility of the limbs;for example, he could not move the left foot. [Stf.]

Samuel Hahnemann
Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843) was the founder of Homoeopathy. He is called the Father of Experimental Pharmacology because he was the first physician to prepare medicines in a specialized way; proving them on healthy human beings, to determine how the medicines acted to cure diseases.

Hahnemann's three major publications chart the development of homeopathy. In the Organon of Medicine, we see the fundamentals laid out. Materia Medica Pura records the exact symptoms of the remedy provings. In his book, The Chronic Diseases, Their Peculiar Nature and Their Homoeopathic Cure, he showed us how natural diseases become chronic in nature when suppressed by improper treatment.