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Treating Peripheral Neuropathy with Natural Homeopathic Medicines

Peripheral neuropathy is a condition that arises when the peripheral nerves malfunction or get damaged. One of the leading causes of peripheral neuropathy is diabetes mellitus, but there can be many other reasons. From a huge number of homeopathic medicines for peripheral neuropathy, some of the majorly indicated homeopathic medicines for symptomatic treatment include Kali Phos, Arsenic Album, Picric Acid, Oxalic Acid, Hypericum, Causticum and Plumbum Met.

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Homeopathic medicines for Peripheral Neuropathy.

Homeopathic Treatment of Peripheral Neuropathy

The homeopathic mode of treatment remains quite effective in managing peripheral neuropathy. The approach to homeopathic treatment for peripheral neuropathy is entirely symptomatic. The symptoms of the patient in a given case of peripheral neuropathy serve as the basis of homeopathic prescription. Every case of peripheral neuropathy needs to be thoroughly investigated to rule out the cause behind it. Every individual case requires a detailed case analysis to find the presenting symptoms unique to them. The homeopathic medicines for treating peripheral neuropathy are very safe to use among people of all age groups. A person should take homeopathic medicines for peripheral neuropathy under the supervision of a homeopathic physician and avoid self – medication.

Homeopathic Medicines for Peripheral Neuropathy

Kali Phos – Homeopathic Medicine for Numbness in Hands and Feet

Kali Phos is an effective, natural homeopathic medicine for numbness in hands and feet in cases of peripheral neuropathy. Kali Phos also helps in treating prickling sensation in hands and feet. Along with this a general fatigue or weakness is also present. A person needing Kali Phos tends to have a nervous, sensitive and irritable nature. Kali Phos is also indicated for cases of muscle weakness and paralysis.

Arsenic Album – Homeopathic Remedy for Burning Sensation in Hands/ Feet in Peripheral Neuropathy

Homeopathic medicine Arsenic Album is useful for treating burning sensation in the hands and feet in cases of peripheral neuropathy. The burning sensation may extend to arms and legs. Arsenic Album is also helpful for weakness and heaviness in the limbs in cases of peripheral neuropathy. Apart from the above, a tingling sensation in the fingers is also an indicating feature to use Arsenic Album.

Picric Acid – Natural Homeopathic Medicine for Pin-needle Sensation in Hand/Feet

Picric Acid is a natural homeopathic remedy used to treat a pin-needle like sensation in the hands or feet in cases of peripheral neuropathy. This sensation may be present in legs and arms. A weak, tired feeling in the limbs is also present. Exertion tends to make the complaint worse, and the limbs may get cold.

Oxalic Acid – Natural Homeopathic Treatment for Peripheral Neuropathy Causing Numbness and Tingling in Limbs

Use of natural medicine Oxalic Acid is considered in cases of peripheral neuropathy where there is numbness and tingling in the limbs. Sharp and excruciating pains in the limbs also point towards the use of this medicine.

Hypericum – Effective Homeopathic Medicine for Peripheral Neuropathy Due to Nerve Injury

Hypericum is a natural medicine prepared from the fresh plant named Hypericum Perforatum or St. John’s Wort. The natural order of this plant is Hypericaceae. The main indicating features to use Hypericum are numbness, tingling in hands or feet attended with burning pains. A crawling sensation may also be present in the hands and feet in some cases.

Causticum – Effective Homeopathic Remedy for Muscle Weakness in Peripheral Neuropathy

Causticum is a well-indicated homeopathic cure for treating muscle weakness in cases of peripheral neuropathy. There is marked muscle weakness in the limbs along with a sensation of formication (like ants crawling) in the limbs. Causticum is also used in cases of paralysis.

Plumbum Met – Natural Medicine for Thinning of Muscles in Peripheral Neuropathy

Plumbum Met offers a natural cure for peripheral neuropathy in which the patient experiences wasting or thinning of the muscles of the limbs. Paralysis of limbs is also treated well with this medicine.

Symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy

The nervous system in our body is divided into two major divisions – the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system. The central nervous system includes the spinal cord and the brain. The peripheral nervous system consists of a network of nerves that lie outside the brain and spinal cord. The peripheral nervous system connects the nerves from the brain and spinal cord to the rest of the body (organs, limbs, and skin). The peripheral nervous system has 43 pairs of motor and sensory nerves. Peripheral nerves are of three types – sensory, motor and autonomic. The primary functions of these nerves are as follow:
Sensory nerves are responsible for transmission of signals like pain, touch, temperature and other sensations to the brain.
Motor nerves are held responsible for control of muscles.
Autonomic nerves are responsible for regulating autonomic functions of the body such as bladder function, digestion, body temperature, and blood pressure.
The peripheral neuropathy can be a mononeuropathy (damage to a single peripheral nerve) or a polyneuropathy (malfunctioning of multiple peripheral nerves at the same time). The symptoms of this disorder depend on the type of peripheral neuropathy.
Sensory neuropathy: The symptoms of sensory neuropathy are numbness, tingling, pricking, pin/needle sensation, hypersensitivity and burning sensation in the hands and feet. The symptoms can spread up the arm and leg.
Motor neuropathy: The symptoms of motor neuropathy include muscle weakness, paralysis, twitching/cramping of muscles, wasting/thinning of muscles, impaired balance, and coordination.
Autonomic neuropathy: The symptoms of autonomic neuropathy include rapid heart rate, bowel/bladder symptoms, diarrhea/constipation, blood pressure changes, increased/decreased sweating and erectile dysfunction in men.

Other reasons for peripheral neuropathy include an injury to nerves, low levels of vitamin B12, infections like shingles, Epstein-Barr, hepatitis C, and autoimmune diseases like Guillain-Barre syndrome, lupus, and necrotizing vasculitis. Excessive alcohol intake, tumors pressing on the nerves, chronic liver/kidney disease, thyroid disorders, certain medications including phenytoin, thalidomide, toxins like arsenic, mercury, inherited disorders like Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease are some other causes of peripheral neuropathy. In some cases, there may be no identifiable cause.

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  2. Danielle Floyd says:

    My daddy has been diagnosed with neuropathy. Typically, a very active person, this diagnosis has all but crippled him. He states that his feet feel asleep like pins are pricking them over and over again. He won’t even hold my newborn son, his grandson, for fear that he will fall. His doctor has provided him with an elective surgery option, but the out-of-pocket expense is mindblowing and there’s only a small percent chance that the surgery will improve his condition.

    We are desperate. After reading this article, the Picric Acid or Oxalic Acid sound applicable. However, I have no idea how to obtain or what dosage to administer. Any and all guidance would be so appreciated. Thank you so much for your willingness to share your knowledge and expertise with those in our situation.

  3. Kulwant Kaur says:

    Hello Dr

    My mother 84 yrs is a chronic insulin dependent diabetic. Due to uncontrolled diabetes, she suffered from chronic UTI. Since last 3 weeks she has shown symptoms of Diabetic Neuropathy with loss of strength in feet, loss of control in urination. Now diabetes and UTI are controlled we request your help to initiate treatment to reverse her symptoms of Diabetic Neuropathy to be able to walk and control urination. Since this is early stage, I feel the reversal could be possible.
    Please help, Thanks

    Bhuvan
    Bangalore
    8169172060

  4. Joyce C Murphy Murphy says:

    I have been diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy in my feet.
    I feel like I am walking on stones in my bare feet
    I feel like there is a tight band around my bare feet.
    My feet feel cold on inside but skin is warm.
    I find it difficult to walk and sometimes loose my balance
    My feet tingle especially in the evening after I take off my shoes.
    My feet feel heavy when I try to move them while sitting in my recliner.
    I have bladder problems.
    I have high blood pressure. Many of the symptoms listed in Autonomic neuropathy

  5. premal sheth says:

    how can homeopathy help with neuropathy? what medicine is appropriate?

  6. I was a chronic alcoholic due to which my nerves got damaged and I have been suffering from chronic pain in my feet along with burning sensation and numbness and loss of sensation. I did ayurvedic treatment for a year but it did not give much relief. This is since last 3 years and it’s worsening. Is there a hemeopathy treatment to this ?

    Kindly advice

  7. Karen Choat says:

    I am searching for relief for my sister. She had chemo and when she finished she had developed horrible neuropathy in her feet and hands. She can hardly grip or walk. I would love to find something that might give her some relief. Thank you

  8. Julie Erin Compher says:

    My father is 70 years old with peripheral neuropathy that no one seems to be able to help him treat. He is in constant pain in his feet. No venous insufficiency and circulation is good. He is on Gabapentin which helps slightly but makes him mean. Looking for alternative suggestions.

  9. P K Sasidhara Menon says:

    i am 70 yrs old and diabetic for the past 23 years. I have undergone angiopasty twice.for the past one year I am feeling numbness below both feet ,sometime burning sensation also. i have taken several alopathic and ayurveda medicines for it,but no improvement.hence seeking your advice

  10. Loen Arrington says:

    I need the best medication for peripheral neuropathy. I also have RLS. I want to help my nerves rebuild if possible. Help me decide where to start. Thank you Loen

  11. I have had this burning sensation in my feet & hands for about 2 months now and also getting a pain in my big toe and sometimes hands. I have had routine blood tests apart from diabetes which I’m having this week & so far all the tests have come back ok. Could you suggest any homeopathy treatment that might help me, I don’t want to really go on prescribed medicine from my GP

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