·Fever : Cold shivering, as if blood were ice-water (Acon). Chills run down back. Cold water feeling between shoulders (Ammon mur). Skin clammy and sticky. Night-sweat (China).
·Fever : Alternate heat and cold; chronic intermittent fever, with pain in stomach.
·Fever : Hectic, with drenching night-sweats. Red spot on left cheek. No thirst in fever. Ebullitions. Sweat profuse, cold .Fever : No thirst in fever.
·A Maxican drug-very similar to Acon. in fevers, but of larger range, being also adapted to typhoidal states and intermittents.
·Acute, sudden, and violent invasion, with fever, call for it.
·First remedy in inflammations, inflammatory fevers.
·Fever : Chilliness up and down back. Fever 7 to 12 pm.
·Fever : Evening fever, skin hot and dry.
·Fever : Sweat profuse and hot with the fever.
·Fever : Great heat; no thirst.
·Profuse, cold sweat.
·Must be covered during sweat.
·Thus, in delirium of fevers, alcoholism, etc.
·Mind : 4.Fourth stage-mental depression, languor, indifference, confusion, disinclination to work, etc. We do not get the active cerebral congestion of Belladonna, but a general nervous excitement such as is found in delirium tremens, delirium of fevers, etc.
·Acts like aconite in fever and inflammations.
·This remedy shows by its peculiar skin symptoms its pronounced power of disorganizing the blood, causing conditions we meet with in low fevers, low types of eruptive diseases, diphtheria, follicular tonsillitis, Streptococcus infection, Haemorrhagic diathesis, etc.
·A tonic after exhausting fevers.
·Fever : Sub acute, low fevers due to unhealthy climate.
·A remedy for malarial fever and neuralgias and so-called, bilious headaches.
·Fever : Much flushing of heat; sometimes followed by cold and clammy skin and profuse sweat.
·Throbbing throughout whole body.
·Abnormal sweat after influenza.
·Fever : Chilly even in warm room.
·Intermittent with disgust, nausea, vomiting, eructations, coated tongue, diarrhoea. Hot sweat.
·Fever : Intermittent fever with lethargic condition.
APHIS CHENOPODII GLAUCI
·Shuddering all over; burning in palms; hot sweat in bed.
·Fever : Sleeps after the fever paroxysm.
·Fever : Coldness, with pain in long bones, and feeling of stone in abdomen at the same hour daily.
·Chilly day and night; always worse during rain.
·Respiratory : Hectic fever at noon.
·Fever : Chills with nausea.
·Chilly when uncovered, yet feels smothered if wrapped up.
ARNICA MONTANA :
·Tendency to haemorrhage and low-fever states.
·Fever : Septic fevers. Intermittent.
·Fever : Hay-fever.
·Influenza, hay-fever, old nasal catarrhs, and catarrh of middle ear.
·It will be indicated by a profound prostration, rapid, irritable pulse, recurring fever and sweats, emaciation; tendency to diarrhoea.
·Nose : Hay-fever.
·Fever : Recurrent fever and sweats.
·Introduced by M.A. Gautier for phthisis in the second stage 4 to 6 centigrammes per day for one week followed by a week’s intermission. But much smaller doses, i.e. Ix to 3x are followed by improvement, lessened fever, night sweat and haemoptysis ceasing.
·Fever : Profuse sweat, smelling like garlic.
·Fever : Chilliness, single parts get icy cold. Easily excited perspiration.
·Produces a series of symptoms much like scarlet fever; sore throat, fever, vomiting, scarlet eruption; tonsils and submaxillary glands enlarged, with diarrhoea.
·Fever : Inward chilliness; very sensitive to air, worse uncovering; violent fever, with headache.
·An afternoon fever and rheumatic pains in various parts are caused by this remedy.
·Fever : Slight chill, afternoon fever, glowing heat in face, hands, and feet, copious sweat on upper part of body.
·Said to be almost infallible in intermittent fever; quartan type; pulsating, headache injected eyes, flushed race.
·Debility; hectic fever.
·Chest : Hectic fever and night-sweats, with irritating, short cough and scanty expectoration.
·The symptoms of this drug are of an asthenic type, simulating low fevers, septic conditions of the blood, malarial poisoning and extreme prostration.
·Stomach : Gastric fever.
·Female : Threatened miscarriage from mental depression, shock, watching, low fevers.
·Female : Puerperal fever.
·Fever : Adynamic fevers.
·Fever : Typhus fever.
·Fever : Shipboard fever.
·Scarlet fever and also prophylactic;here use the thirtieth potency.
·Fever : A high feverish state with comparative absence of toxaemia.
·Fever : No thirst with fever.
·Fever : Cold hands, feet, back, knees.
·Chilliness; cold sweat.
·Internal heat on awakening.
·Fever : Cold sensation in various parts, as if spattered with cold water.
·Warmth in lower part of back, hips, and thighs.
·Quotidian intermittent fever.
·Fever : Profuse perspiration at night, with hectic chills and fever.
·Female : Milk fever.
·Fever : Pulse full, hard, tense, and quick.Chill with external coldness, dry cough, stitches. Internal heat. Sour sweat after slight exertion. Easy, profuse perspiration.
·Fever: Rheumatic and typhoid marked by gastro-hepatic complications.
·Stool : Haemorrhage from bowels in malarial fevers and with heart symptoms.
·Fever : Fever every day at same hour.
·Its pathogenesis gives symptoms corresponding to very low forms of disease, as in cholera, yellow fever, where, with exhaustion, vomiting, and extreme prostration, the disease runs deathward.
·Fever : Yellow fever (Crotalus; Carbo).
·Fever : Fever with sweat.
·Fever : Hectic fever.
·Respiratory : Hectic fever; green purulent expectoration.
·Respiratory : Cough, with purulent and sanious sputa and hectic fever.
·Fever : Hectic fever, caused by formation of pus.
·Fever : Coldness, great sensitiveness to open air; shuddering in back, skin feels warm to touch.
·Heat in evening.
·Fever : Pulse small, weak, slow.
·Icy coldness of the whole body.
·Tongue cold, flabby, trembling.
·A prophylactic against catheter fever ; cystitis, 15 grams three times a day; also for prevention of night sweats.
·Used extensively as a fever remedy and bitter tonic (Gentiana), antimalarial and antiseptic.
·Of use in severe type of intermittent fever in hot countries; also, in influenza. Sore, as if bruised all over.
·Fever : Cold hands and feet; cold sweat. Soles burn. Chill, as if water were poured over him.
·Fever : Coldness, with ill-humor.
·Shivering after drinking.
·Chill begins in back; better, heat.
·Must have something hot to back.
·Thirst before chill.
·Fever : Hectic fever, exhausting sweats.
·Scarlet fever, with marked tendency to destruction of tissue internally, and fetid odor.
·Female : Puerperal fever, with offensive discharge.
·Fever : Predominant chilliness. Attacks of chilliness with ice-coldness in back.
·Fever : Chilliness towards evening; then frontal headache extending into parietal region. Red eyes. Heat, with itching of eyes, tearing in limbs, numbness of limbs.
·Surging of blood, homesickness and intermittent fever.
·Intermittent fever, sore throat, rheumatic symptoms, vivid dreams.
·Intense gnawing hanger; burning fever, sensation of swelling in arm
·Fever : Free perspiration caused by every little exertion, especially on single parts. Hay fever, watery coryza, pain in temples.
·Of use in intermittent fever, with weariness and inclination to stretch.
·Fever : Much fever, associated with clean tongue.
·Fever : In Cina fever, face is cold and hands warm.
·Fever : Coldness with intense pallor.
·Fever : Nervous form of low fever.
·Intestinal catarrh with shreddy membranes; convulsive jerkings of right hand; rheumatic fever, gout, endo and pericarditis, pleurisy, arthritis deformans in early stages, intense pain of rheumatism, 3x trit.
·Extremities : Joints stiff and feverish; shifting rheumatism; pains worse at night.
·Fever : Chilly in back and down spine, followed by fever, littlesweat.
·Dyspnoea during fever.
·Skin : Hives, with fever and constipation.
·Hectic fever, coming on 9 to 10 am, and lasting till midnight.
·Weak and tired disturbed sleep, fever, restlessness, eczema, skin cracked; chest feels cold, as if full of ice.
·Chronic malaria; indigestion and distressing acid heartburn; general debility from loss of fluids and night sweats; neuralgic pains in arms, chest, and trunk, and sensation as if broken in two, intermittent fever, with drowsiness; feels cold, but is warm to touch; great exhaustion in intervals; general clammy sweat. Chill is preceded by drowsiness, heat is associated with drowsines
·Blood decomposition, haemorrhages (dark fluid that forms no clots), tendency to carbuncles, malignant scarlatina, yellow fever, the plague, cholera, give opportunity to use this remedy. Haemorrhagic diathesis.
·Female : Puerperal fever; offensive lochia.
·Fever : Malignant fevers of a haemorrhagic or putrescent character.
·Fever : Yellow fever.
·High fever; restlessness, and sleeplessness.
·Where eruptions trike in, as in scarlet fever, complaints may result, such as excessive vomiting, stupor, convulsions, which come within the sphere of this remedy.
§Auricular flutter and fibrillation especially when subsequent to rheumatic fever.
§Heart : Cardiac failure following fevers.
·Fever : Internal chilliness; shivering, with hot face, cold hands, no thirst.
·Is always too cold, even in bed.
§Scarlet fever; locomotor ataxia.
·Fever : Dry burning heat all over. Chilliness towards evening, mostly in back. cy coldness, with pains. Dry heat and burning of skin. Chilliness with thirst.
·Fever : Chilliness, with nausea.
·Cold flashes all over back.
·Fever : Malarial fever.
§Fever : Chills and fever, with spurting diarrhoea.
§Fevers of a relapsing character.
§Fever : Continued and typhoid fevers.
§Fever : Scarlet fever (protective and curative).
§Low fevers, with extreme restlessness.
§Vomiting of bile, pain in stomach, headache, and fever.
·Fever : Perspiration relieves all symptoms except headache.
·Chill between 7 and 9 am, preceded by thirst with great soreness and aching of bones.
·Nausea, vomiting of bile at close of chill or hot stage; throbbing headache.
·Knows chill is coming on because he cannot drink enough.
·Fever : Chilly and cold.
·Sweat mostly on chest, at night during sleep.
§Enlarged liver and spleen, with fever; undigested stool; albuminuria simple and pernicious anaemia and chlorosis.
·Fever : General coldness of extremities; head and face hot.
·Chill at 4 am. Heat in palms and soles.
·Profuse, debilitating sweat.
§Fever : All catarrhal and inflammatory fevers; first stage.
§Old cases of nightly fevers, coming on periodically.
§Fever : Chills in forenoon, followed by long fever.
§Fever : During fever forgets where he was.
§In acute rheumatic fever and acute gonorrhoeic arthritis formic acid 6x, every six days 1 cc, sometimes 12x in sensitive patients shows often splendid results abolishing the pains and preventing reoccurrence.
§Nose : Acute coryza, with dull headache and fever.
§Fever : Bilious remittent fever, with stupor, dizziness, faintness; thirstless, prostrated.
§Skin : Scarlet fever with stupor and
GENTIANA QUIN. FLORA
§Intermittent fever, dyspepsia, cholera infantum, weakness.
§Old cases of intermittent fever.
·Fever :Internal coldness, as if frozen to death.
·Cold rings around body.
·Cold waves (Abies c; Acon).
·Temperature subnormal-96° (Camph).
§Ears : Deafness after scarlet fever.
§Nose : Hay-fever (Hepar 1x will often start secretions and profuse drainage in stuffy colds).
§Fever : Chilly in open air or from slightest draught.
§Dry heat at night.
§Profuse sweat; sour, sticky, offensive.
§Useful in fever, scarlatinal eruptions, measles, urticaria etc.
§High temperature with eruptive fever.
§Male : Lascivious; exposes his person; plays with genitals during fever.
§Fever : During fever, itching; nettle-rash all over body.
§Fever with catarrhal symptoms, gastric and typhoid fever symptoms.
§Fever : Marked fever, restlessness, red cheeks, apathetic.
§Fever : Intermittent fever, irregular cases, after Quinine.
§Syphilis may be indicated in all stages: 1. In acute form with evening remitting fever, going off in nightly perspiration. 2. Second stage, mucous membranes and skin ulcerations. 3. Tertiary symptoms; nodes. Give material doses.
§Back and Extremities : Rheumatic fever; exudation and swelling around the joints.
§Fever : Subnormal temperature.
§Fever : Intermittent fever, with yellow, slimy tongue.
§Protracted and continuous fevers, with tympanites.
§Corresponds to a low-vitiated, non-feverish type of sickness.
§Fever : Intermittent fever every spring.
§Fever : Coldness; chills and heat alternate. Thirst, with dry mouth in afternoon.
§Fever : Coldness, want of animal heat. Sensation as of cold water over parts; general coldness with heat of face.
§Fever : Great heat and lassitude in afternoon, with throbbing throughout body.
§It has a place in the treatment of asthma, hay-fever and urticaria.
§Face : Dropping of lower jaw, in typhoid fever (Lach; Opium).
§Fever : Fever at night.
§Fever : Wants to be fanned all the time.
§Chills up and down back; coldness of legs, hands, and forearms.
§Flashes of heat in face and neck.
§Night-sweat and hectic.
§A remedy for certain headaches, intermittent fever.
§Fever : Coldness predominates; felt most acutely in abdomen and legs and tip of nose.
§Fever : Chilly from slightest exposure. Profuse perspiration; surface cold.
§Especially indicated in systems disposed to remittent bilious fevers; in peritonitis and meningitis with plastic exudate.
§Fever : Generally gastric or bilious, with profuse nightly perspiration; debility, slow and lingering.
§Heat and shuddering alternately.
§Profuse perspiration without relief.
§Creeping chilliness, worse in the evening and into night.
§Alternate flashes of heat in single parts.
§A remedy for neuralgia, neurasthenia, malaria; typhoid, here it diminishes the tympanites, delirium, and fever; pus infection.
§Fever : Chills. Icy coldness. Burning heat; profuse sweat.
§This acid has an elective affinity for the blood, producing a septic condition similar to that found in low fevers with high temperature and great prostration.
§Skin : Scarlet fever, livid, with petechiae; scanty eruption.
§Fever : Cold extremities. Heat without thirst. Typhoid types, stupid. Haemorrhages Restlessness. Involuntary discharges. Bed-sores. Pulse rapid and feeble. Excessive prostration.
§A great remedy for certain forms of intermittent fever, anaemia, chlorosis, many disturbances of the alimentary tract and skin.
§Face : Fevers-blisters.
§Skin : Fever blisters.
§Fever : Heat; violent thirst, increases with fever.
§Fever : Fever-blisters.
§Cachexia, due to syphilis, scrofula, intermittent fever with liver involvement and anaemia, etc.
NITRI SPIRITUS DULCIS
§Sensorial apathy in low fevers when there is stupor, difficulty of arousing patient, is met by this remedy.
NITRI SPIRITUS DULCIS
§Fever : Chill begins in left hand (Carbo).
§Chilliness and heat without thirst; want of perspiration.
§Dry skin and of inner parts, also of eyes, nose, lips, mouth, tongue, throat, etc.
§Fever : Chilly; must be covered in every stage of fever.
NYCTANTHES ARBOR TRISTIS
§Bilious and obstinate remittent fever; sciatica; rheumatism.
§Fever : Thirst, before and during chill and heat; better vomiting as close of chill; sweat no marked.
OLEUM JECORIS ASELLI
§Atrophy of infants; emaciation with hot hands and head; restless and feverish at night.
§Fever : Hectic fever.
§A remedy for plague, fevers, diarrhoea.
§Fever : Fever characterized by stupor, snoring respiration, twitching of limbs, intense thirst and sleepiness.
§Bilious conditions and intermittent fever.
§Mexican remedy for intermittent and tropical fevers.
§A Cuban remedy for fevers, especially malarial. Increased flow of milk.
§Insomnia, produces normal sleep, no disturbance of cerebral functions, neuroses of children, worm-fever, teething, spasms.
§Pediculus (Cooties) transmit typhus and trech fever.
§Fever : Chilliness, followed by sweat.
§Flushes of heat, particularly of the face and head; worse at night.
§Perspiration on feet and axillae.
§Fever : Hectic; profuse and debilitating perspiration; intermittent, with pain in arms.Desire for acids.
§Produces diabetes and fatty degeneration of the liver, intermittent fever. Daily doses, 15 grains.
§Skin : Tendency to abscess after fevers.
§Fever : Low types of fever, with dull comprehension and stupor.
§Fever : Chilly every evening.
§Cold knees at night.
§Adynamic with lack of thirst, but unnatural hunger.
§Hectic, with small, quick pulse; viscid night-sweats.
§Nose : Fever-blisters around nostrils.
§Fever : Feverish in evening.
§Fever : Pain in liver during, fever.
§Fever : High fever, alternating with chilliness and great prostration.
§Fever : Great loquacity during fever.
§In material doses of tincture, found useful in phthisis pulmonalis and intermittent fever, and especially in arterio-sclerosis.
§Useful in intermittent, remittent and bilious fevers, with headache, yellow tongue, constant nausea, faintness at epigastrium, and constipation.
§In acute rheumatism, dissipates fever and pain in a day or two.
§Respiratory : Hay-fever returning irregularly every year.
§Fever : Profuse, offensive perspiration; night-sweats.
§Fever : Feels a glow all over, like being over steam; chilly, while sitting beside the fire.
§Fever : Chilliness, even in warm room, without thirst.
§Chilly with pains, in spots, worse evening.
§Chill about 4 pm.
§Intolerable burning heat at night, with distended veins; heat in parts of body, coldness in other.
§One-sided sweat; pains during sweat.
§External heat is intolerable, veins are distended.
§During apyrexia, headache, diarrhoea, loss of appetite, nausea.
§”In septic fevers, especially puerperal, Pyrogen has demonstrated its great value as a homeopathic dynamic antiseptic. ” (H. C. Allen).
§Threatening heart failure in zymotic and septic fevers. Influenza, typhoid symptoms.
§Female : Fever at each menstrual period, consequent upon latent pelvic inflammation.
§Fever : Septic fevers.
§Fever : Cold sensation internally, with chattering of teeth until noon.
§Internal chilliness followed by heat of the skin, associated with bowel movements and flatulence.
§The effects on the skin, rheumatic pains, mucous membrane affections, and a typhoid type of fever, make this remedy frequently indicated.
§Mouth : Corners of mouth ulcerated; fever-blisters around mouth and chin (Nat mur).
§Fever : Adynamic; restless, trembling.
§Typhoid; tongue dry and brown; sordes; bowels loose; great restlessness.
§Intermittent; chill, with dry cough and restlessness.
§During heat, urticaria.
§Chilly, as if cold water were poured over him, followed by heat and inclination to stretch the limbs.
§Stool : Fever, emaciation, somnolence.
§Action on mucous membrane of the nose and the lachrymal glands, producing coryza and symptoms like hay-fever, which have been utilized homeopathically.
§Fever : Chill predominates; from below upwards.
§Heat in head and face; hands and feet icy cold, with chill.
§Lachrymation during paroxysm.
§Fever : Dry, deep cough precedes the fever paroxysm.
§Nose : Hay-fever.
§Dose : Second to third trituration. Lower preparations are often toxic. Do not give to a child with fever or constipation.
§Female : Puerperal fever, putrid discharges, tympanitis, coldness, suppressed urine.
§Sleep : Insomnia with restlessness, fever, anxious dreams.
§Fever : Frequent flushes of heat; sweat from least motion.
§General lack of warmth of body.
§Feet cold and wet.
§Shivering, with thirst; worse, towards evening.
§Fever : Chilliness; very sensitive to cold air.
§Creeping, shivering over the whole body.
§Cold extremities, even in a warm room.
§Sweat at night; worse towards morning.
§Suffering parts feel cold.
§Is of use in hay-fever, coryza, and pharyngitis.
SKOOKUM CHUCK AQUA
§Fever : Scarlet fever; eruption in spots, large and vivid.
§Hay-fever when Solidago is the exciting cause. Here give 30th potency or higher.
§Fever : Chilliness on the slightest motion.
§Fever : Flushes of heat. Sweat on palms. Hands alternately hot and cold.
§Fever : Attacks of heat with anxiety; heat and redness of face and perspiration.
§Respiratory : Hectic fever.
§Fever : Heat in evening; exhausting night-sweats, especially towards morning.
§Perspiration, principally on forehead and nape of neck; debilitating; smelling musty, or offensive.
§Nose : Hay-fever; incessant sneezing (Sabad).
§Fever : Violent fever.
§Fever : Heat, with aversion to uncover or undress.
§Fever : Cold chills down spine.
§Perspiration in a stream down head and chest.
§Lower extremities cold.
§Useful in chorea, hysteria, acute asthenia after acute fevers.
§Fever : Frequent flashes of heat.
§Violent ebullitions of heat throughout entire body.
§Dry skin and great thirst.
§Night sweat, on nape and occiput.
§Perspiration of single parts.
§Fever : Chills, with cold sweat.
§Fever : Chilliness after eating, worse drinking; finger tips cold.
§Heat without thirst, in face, in toes.
§Sweat on falling asleep.
§Fever : Heat, with violent thirst, dry tongue, profuse cold, clammy sweat.
§Typhoid with tympanites, haemorrhages, stupor, delirium.
§Variola, aborts the pustule and prevents the suppurating fever.
§Fever : Chill, beginning in thighs.
§Sweat only on uncovered parts, or all over except head, when sleeping; profuse, sour, smelling like honey.
§Orgasm of blood in the evening, with throbbing in the blood-vessels.
§A Hindoo medicine for chronic cases of fever with enlarged spleen.
§Pain and fever recur annually, after bite from this snake, and sometimes changes location with disappearance of first symptoms.
§Respiratory : Coryza like that which precedes hay-fever; thin mucus, with much irritation.
§Respiratory : Hay-fever.
§Fever : Post-critical temperature of a remittent type.
§Here repeat dose every two hours (MacFarlan).
§Fever of gout.
§Fever : Abundant sweat.
§Pulse at first accelerated then enfeebled.
§Fever : Long lasting heat, often with sweat on face.
§Sensation of icy coldness (Heloderma; Camp; Abies c).
§Fever : Hot fever, with intense radiating heat.
§Profuse, bad-smelling sweat.
§Fever : Hot fever, with intense radiating heat.
§Female : Puerperal fever.
§Extremities : Fever.
§Fever : Suppurative fevers with great variation of temperature.
§Passive congestion and intermittent fever.
§Liver : Violent pain in enlarged liver, with jaundice and fever; extends to shoulder and hip.
§Hay-fever symptoms; itching in posterior nares.
§Fever : Rigor; intense heat, waves of heat and chilliness, tendency to sweat.
§Fever : Frequent, febrile shiverings down back.
§Profuse sweat on feet.