Arnica Montana: Used for leg pain due to injuries, trauma, or overexertion. It is often indicated for sore, bruised, and aching pain.
Rhus Toxicodendron (Rhus Tox): Used for leg pain that is worse upon initial movement but improves with continued motion. It is often indicated for muscle strains and sprains.
Bryonia Alba (Bryonia): Used for leg pain that worsens with movement and is relieved by rest. The pain may be stitching or tearing in nature.
Hypericum Perforatum (Hypericum): Used for shooting or nerve pain in the legs, especially after injuries to nerves or fingers.
Magnesia Phosphorica (Mag Phos): Used for cramping and spasmodic leg pain, especially in the muscles.
Causticum: Used for leg pain with a sensation of stiffness and a feeling that tendons and ligaments are contracted.
Bellis Perennis: Used for deep tissue leg pain, especially after injuries or surgery.
Cimicifuga Racemosa: Used for leg pain associated with menstrual disorders and hormonal imbalances.
Ledum Palustre: Used for leg pain due to puncture wounds, insect bites, and injuries.
Colocynthis: Used for leg pain that is cramp-like and radiates to other parts of the leg. The person may feel better from pressure and warmth.