A high feverish state with comparative absence of toxæmia— BELLADONNA
A remedy for catarrhal states— ARUNDO MAURITANICA.
A remedy for hay-fever— AMBROSIA ARTEMISIAEFOLIA.
A remedy for malarial fever and neuralgias and so-called, bilious headaches—AMMONIUM PICRICUM.
Abundant sweat— USTILAGO MAYDIS.
Aching in limbs and back, and gastric symptoms—NUX VOMICA.
Acute, sudden, and violent invasion, with fever— ACONITUM NAPELLUS
Adynamic fevers— BAPTISIA TINCTORIA.
Adynamic with lack of thirst, but unnatural hunger— PHOSPHORUS.
Adynamic; restless, trembling—RHUS TOXICODENDRON.
After perspiration, nettle rash, also with shuddering— APIS MELLIFICA.
Afternoon chill, with thirst; worse on motion and heat— APIS MELLIFICA.
All catarrhal and inflammatory fevers; first stage— FERRUM PHOSPHORICUM.
All stages well marked— CHINA OFFICINALIS.
Alternate flashes of heat in single parts—MERCURIUS SOLUBILIS.
Alternate heat and cold; chronic intermittent fever, with pain in stomach— ABIES NIGRA.
Alternation of coldness and heat— SOLANUM NIGRUM.
Anguish— CHININUM SULPHURICUM.
Attacks of chilliness with ice-coldness in back— CASTOREUM CANADENSE.
Attacks of heat with anxiety; heat and redness of face and perspiration— SPONGIA TOSTA.
Bilious remittent fever, with stupor, dizziness, faintness; thirstless, prostrated— GELSEMIUM SEMPERVIRENS.
Bitter taste—TARAXACUM OFFICINALE.
Bloody sweat— CROTALUS HORRIDUS.
Body bathed in profuse perspiration, standing out like beads on forehead; later, cold, clammy perspiration on forehead— EUPHORBIA LATHYRIS.
Bones ache during whole paroxysm— FORMALINUM.
Burning heat; profuse sweat— MORPHINUM.
Burning in various places—CARBO VEGETABILIS.
Burning spots— AGARICUS MUSCARIUS.
Burning, pungent, steaming, heat—BELLADONNA.
Chill about 4 pm— PULSATILLA PRATENSIS.
Chill all over; worse in bed at night— CANCHALAGUA.
Chill at 11 am—WYETHIA HELENOIDES.
Chill at 2 pm begins internally in stomach region—CALCAREA CARBONICA.
Chill at 4 am— FERRUM METALLICUM.
Chill at 4 pm— AESCULUS HIPPOCASTANUM.
Chill at 7 am, with pain in hypochondria, and knees, ankles, wrists, Great loquacity during fever— PODOPHYLLINUM.
Chill begins in back; better, heat— CAPSICUM ANNUUM.
Chill begins in back—PYROGENIUM.
Chill begins in forearm— CARBO VEGETABILIS.
Chill begins in left hand (Carbo)— NUX MOSCHATA.
Chill between 3 and 4 pm, followed by sweat— LYCOPODIUM CLAVATUM.
Chill between 7 and 9 am, preceded by thirst with great soreness and aching of bones— EUPATORIUM PERFOLIATUM.
Chill between 9 and 11 am—NATRIUM MURIATICUM.
Chill comes on with much yawning and stretching, lasting all through chill—ELATERIUM OFFICINARUM.
Chill commences in back— EUPATORIUM PURPUREUM.
Chill daily at 1 pm— FERRUM PHOSPHORICUM.
Chill daily at 3 pm—CHININUM SULPHURICUM.
Chill from 9 to 10 am— MAGNESIUM SULPHURICUM.
Chill generally in forenoon, commencing in breast; thirst before chill, and little and often—CHINA OFFICINALIS.
Chill predominates; from below upwards—SABADILLA.
Chill with external coldness, dry cough, stitches—BRYONIA ALBA.
Chill, as if water were poured over him— CANTHARIS VESICATORIA.
Chill, beginning in thighs—THUJA OCCIDENTALIS.
Chill, with extreme coldness and thirst— VERATRUM ALBUM.
Chill, with flatulent colic, nausea, vertigo, coldness of lower extremities, and heat of head— COCCULUS INDICUS.
Chill, with rheumatic pains and soreness all over body—BAPTISIA TINCTORIA.
Chill, with thirst; not relieved by external heat— IGNATIA AMARA.
Chill, without thirst, along spine; wave-like, extending upward from sacrum to occiput—GELSEMIUM SEMPERVIRENS.
Chill; worse lying down— CIMEX LECTULARIUS.
Chilliness after dinner, in evening— MAGNESIUM PHOSPHORICUM.
Chilliness after eating, worse drinking; finger tips cold— TARAXACUM OFFICINALE.
Chilliness along spine, with frequent, hot flashes— BOLETUS LARICIS.
Chilliness and heat without thirst; want of perspiration—NUX MOSCHATA.
Chilliness and heat— CALCAREA CARBONICA.
Chilliness evenings after lying down and on awakening, without thirst— AMMONIUM MURIATICUM.
Chilliness of whole body—CIMEX LECTULARIUS.
Chilliness on being uncovered, yet he does not allow being covered—NUX VOMICA.
Chilliness on the slightest motion— SPIGELIA ANTHELMIA.
Chilliness towards evening, mostly in back—DULCAMARA.
Chilliness towards evening; then frontal headache extending into parietal region— CEDRON.
Chilliness up and down back— AESCULUS HIPPOCASTANUM.
Chilliness up and down back—GELSEMIUM SEMPERVIRENS.
Chilliness with thirst—DULCAMARA.
Chilliness, even in warm room, without thirst—PULSATILLA PRATENSIS.
Chilliness, followed by sweat— PETROLEUM.
Chilliness, single parts get icy cold— ASARUM EUROPAEUM.
Chilliness, with nausea—ECHINACEA ANGUSTIFOLIA.
Chilliness, with perspiration, and heat of skin—COCCULUS INDICUS.
Chilliness; cold sweat— BENZOICUM ACIDUM.
Chilliness; very sensitive to cold air— SILICEA TERRA.
Chills and fever, with spurting diarrhœa— ELATERIUM OFFICINARUM.
Chills in forenoon, followed by long fever—FORMALINUM.
Chills run down back— ABIES CANADENSIS-PINUS CANADENSIS.
Chills run up and down the back, with shivering, followed by a suffocating sensation— MAGNESIUM PHOSPHORICUM.
Chills up and down back; coldness of legs, hands, and forearms—MEDORRHINUM.
Chills with nausea— ARGENTUM NITRICUM.
Chills, with cold sweat— TABACUM.
Chilly and cold— EUPHRASIA OFFICINALIS.
Chilly day and night; always worse during rain— ARANEA DIADEMA.
Chilly even in warm room— ANTIMONIUM CRUDUM.
Chilly every evening—PHOSPHORUS.
Chilly from slightest exposure— MERCURIUS CORROSIVUS.
Chilly if uncovered or touched— ACONITUM NAPELLUS.
Chilly in evening— MAGNESIUM CARBONICUM.
Chilly in open air or from slightest draught—HEPAR SULPHUR.
Chilly in open air— PHYSALIS ALKEKENGI.
Chilly when uncovered, yet feels smothered if wrapped up— ARGENTUM NITRICUM.
Chilly with pains, in spots, worse evening—PULSATILLA PRATENSIS.
Chilly, as if cold water were poured over him, followed by heat and inclination to stretch the limbs—RHUS TOXICODENDRON.
Chilly, cannot endure cold— ARSENICUM IODATUM.
Chilly; must be covered in every stage of fever—NUX VOMICA.
Cold chills down spine— STRYCHNINUM PURUM.
Cold extremities, even in a warm room—SILICEA TERRA.
Cold extremities—MURIATICUM ACIDUM.
Cold extremities—YUCCA FILAMENTOSA.
Cold flashes all over back— ECHINACEA ANGUSTIFOLIA.
Cold hands and feet; cold sweat—CANTHARIS VESICATORIA.
Cold hands, feet, back, knees—BENZOICUM ACIDUM.
Cold knees at night—PHOSPHORUS.
Cold perspiration all over— ELAPS CORALLINUS.
Cold rings around body— HELODERMA.
Cold sensation in various parts, as if spattered with cold water— BERBERIS VULGARIS.
Cold sensation internally, with chattering of teeth until noon— RADIUM BROMATUM.
Cold shivering, as if blood were ice-water (Acon)— ABIES CANADENSIS-PINUS CANADENSIS.
Cold stage most marked— ACONITUM NAPELLUS.
Cold stage predominates—NUX VOMICA.
Cold sweat and icy coldness of face— ACONITUM NAPELLUS.
Cold sweat on forehead, nose, and hands— CINA MARITIMA.
Cold sweats—CROTALUS HORRIDUS.
Cold sweats— ARSENICUM ALBUM.
Cold water feeling between shoulders (Ammon mur)— ABIES CANADENSIS-PINUS CANADENSIS.
Cold waves (Abies c; Acon)—HELODERMA.
Cold waves pass through him— ACONITUM NAPELLUS.
Cold, clammy sweat, with great faintness— ANTIMONIUM TARTARICUM.
Coldness and chilliness—PYROGENIUM.
Coldness and heat alternate— ACONITUM NAPELLUS.
Coldness in back and icy-cold hands—CACTUS GRANDIFLORUS.
Coldness of the body, and continued chilliness very marked—NATRIUM MURIATICUM.
Coldness predominates; cold sweat, with great anguish—CACTUS GRANDIFLORUS.
Coldness predominates; felt most acutely in abdomen and legs and tip of nose— MENYANTHES TRIFOLIATA.
Coldness with intense pallor— COCAINUM HYDROCHLORICUM.
Coldness, great sensitiveness to open air; shuddering in back, skin feels warm to touch— CALENDULA OFFICINALIS.
Coldness, trembling, and chilliness— ANTIMONIUM TARTARICUM.
Coldness, want of animal heat— LEDUM PALUSTRE.
Coldness, with ill-humor—CAPSICUM ANNUUM.
Coldness, with pain in long bones, and feeling of stone in abdomen at the same hour daily— ARANEA DIADEMA.
Coldness, with thirst—CARBO VEGETABILIS.
Coldness; chills and heat alternate— LAUROCERASUS.
oldness; cold, dry skin; cold, clammy sweat; excessive thirst— SECALE CORNUTUM.
Complete exhaustion— ARSENICUM ALBUM.
Congestive chill— CAMPHORA.
Constantly chilly towards evening—OLEUM JECORIS ASELLI.