Along with chilliness of the body, yawning.

Chilliness of the whole body, with very cold feet (aft. 2 h.). [Fz.]

He is cold all over. (Alternating action with 996, 997, 1000.)

985. Rigor al over the body, without thirst. [Lr.]

Chilliness all over the body, with cold hands (aft. ½ h.). [Myr.]

Chilliness in the whole body, without external coldness. [Lhm.]

Chilliness in the whole body, more internally (aft. 3.1/2 h.). [Myr.]

Palpitation of the heart, followed immediately by chilliness. (The china fever often commences with an accessory symptom, with palpitation of the heart, 989, or with sneezing, 1083, or great anxiety, 1016, 1093, or nausea, 999, 1017, or great thirst. 1048, or ravenous hunger, 1053, 1054, or aching pain in the hypogastrium, 10, or headache, 1015. ) (aft. 20 m.).

990. Chilliness on the body, as if a cold wind blew on him, especiallywhen walking, seldom with shivering, which only comes on when he sits down, over the arms, loins, and thighs (aft. 8 h.). [Fz.]

Shuddering all over the body, with goose-skin (aft. 1 h.). [Htn.]

Shuddering and rigor all over the body. [Wth.]

(In the evening, on lying down, severe rigor.).

Rigor internally and externally in the whole body, sometimes more in the marrow of the bones of the feet, which are colder than the hands (aft. ½ h.). [Gss.]

995. Internal coldness, periodically with shuddering and rigor all over the body (immediately). [Wth.]

Internal chill, without externally perceptible coldness. (996, 1000, alternating action with 984.) (aft. 4 h.). [Ws.]

Internal feeling of coldness, chiefly in the arms and hands. [Bch.]

Rigor on the chest and arms when walking in the open air.

Chill over the arms, with sickness about the stomach, then cold limbs, with shuddering and recurring nausea.

1000. Chilliness, without coldness of the body, without thirst. (On the second and third day after taking the drug, in the febrile attacks the interval betwixt chill and heat became always greater – HERRMANN) (in the internal betwixt heat and chill, 1,1/2 h.) [Hrr.]

In the morning rigor for half an hour, without thirst, and without subsequent heat.

(During the febrile chill, thirst.(This, as also 1046, seems not to have been properly observed, for in every other observation I found that in the china-fever there is no thirst during the chill or rigor, 985, 1000, 1001, 1003, to 1005, 1007, 1008, 1040; on the contrary, the thirst only came after the chill or rigor, as we learn from the observations 1009 to 1011, or which comes to the same thing, immediately before the heat, as in 1048. So also the thirst during the china-fever is not met with even during the fully-developed febrile heat, see 1036, 1038, 1042, 1043, 1054, 1055, 1056, 1093, except some burning of the lips, see 1053, or dryness of them, see 1037 and 1055; which dryness is indicated by the expression – “Sensation of some thirst during the heat,” 1020, for “Thirst during the flying heat,” 1047, does not refer to fully-developed febrile heat. The thirst thing, during the perspiration, 1064. But the febrile heat accompanied by stitches all over the body seems to be exceptional, 1074, 1075.)

Along with internal chill, external rigor and shivering, during which at first the left hand and left foot are colder, afterwards both hands and feet are equally cold, without thirst (aft. ½ – 1 h.). [Wth.]

Shivering all over the body, but less violent on the limbs, without thirst; the body is not cold, only the hands (aft. ½ h.). [Hrr.]

1005. Shivering al over the body, without thirst (aft. 2.1/2 h.). [Hrr.]

Shivering and chill when he comes from the open air into the warm room. ( A rare alternating action in comparison with the much more frequent 960 to 964, 998, 1018) (aft. 5 h.).

Rigor all over the body, with icy cold hands, without thirst (aft. 1 – 3 h.). [Htn.]

Rigor and internal coldness, for several hours, without thirst (aft. ½, 1 h.). [Wth.]

After the shivering through the skin, thirst.

1010. After the chill thirst, not followed by heat. [Trn.]

All day long, from time to time, febrile chill over the whole body, especially on the forehead, which is bedewed with cold sweat; a quarter of an hour after the first chill, great thirst (aft. 1 h.0. [Bch.]

Febrile chill (aft. ¾ h.), alternately coming and going off, at the same time weakness of the knees and tibiae when walking and standing, less when sitting. [Bch.]

In the morning (about 5 o’clock) severe febrile shivering, with weakness of the feet (aft. 12 h.). [Css.]

During the febrile chill, aching pain in the hypogastrium (aft. ½ h.). [Bch.]

1015. Shivering throughout the body, without coldness, then dull, cutting headache extending into the orbits. [Lhm.]

Shuddering and rigor through the whole body, with cold hands and oppression of the mind (aft. 1 h.). [Wth.]

In the morning and forenoon shivering, with cold hands, feeling of nausea, and quick pulse. [Fz.]

In the evening (about 5 o’clock) coldness and shivering when walking in the open air, going off in the room (aft. 10 h.); an hour afterwards great heat, especially in the face, which is increased by movement and when walking; an hour after the disappearance of the heat, thirst comes on. [Fz.]

Two attacks of chilliness at different times before the febrile heat. [FISCHER, l. c.]

1020. Heat alternating with chill; from half an hour to an hour after the chill the heat comes on; some thirst for cold water in the heat. [Hrr.]

While walking in the open air, shivering on the back, then heat in the back, with breaking out of perspiration, followed immediately by renewed sensation of coldness and shivering. [Wr.]

Quick and hard pulse, with flying heat alternating with chilliness in the back, which is covered with cold sweat, as is also the forehead (aft. a few m.), without thirst in the chill and heat, for five hours. [Wr.]

All the afternoon chilliness alternating with heat, at the same time weakness in the lower extremities; all much worse when walking in the open air. [Wr.]

Heat in the head, with distented blood-vessels in the hands. (In the china-fever the blood-vessels are generally distented, even during heat in the head alone, as here, or during considerably increased temperature of the body, 1042, or during mere feeling of heat without externally perceptible heat, 1041, and so also during actual external heat, 1056. ) (aft. 4 h.).

1025. The blood mounts to the head, the forehead is hot and the limbs are cold. (1024, 1025, In the china-fever rush of blood to the head is very frequent, generally with redness and heat of face, 1030, 1055, often with chilliness of the rest of the body, 1028, 1029, 1035, also with external coldness, 1031, 1033, or only internal feeling of heat on the face, with cheeks cold to the touch, and cold sweat on the forehead, 1034.)

During the feeling of heat, intermingled with alternating redness of face, lasting all day, febrile attacks of chill and perspiration, with but little thirst. [An.]

All over the body sometimes warmth, sometimes coldness (aft. ½ – 1 h.) [Wth.]

Redness and heat in the cheek and love of the ear, with chill over the arms and abdomen (aft. 1 h.).

Redness and heat in the cheek and ear-lobe of one side ot the other, and before this goes off, chill all over the body, at last on the lower extremities (aft. 4 h.).

1030. Heat on the face, and after some hours shivering and chilliness, with coldness of the whole body.

In the evening, cold hands with hot cheeks. [Fz.]

During the heat he can scarcely uncover the hands without suffering.

Warmth and redness in the face, whilst the rest of the body was cold; at the same time a disagreeable cold feeling (chill) on the warm forehead. [Bch.]

Very great internal heat in the whole face, the trunk and the thighs, with cold sweat on the forehead, cold cheeks and cold feet (aft. 10.1/2 h.). [Htm.]

1035. Warmth in the face with chilliness of the rest of the body, and shortly afterwards coldness of the forehead, with warm feeling of the rest of the body. [Hbg.]

Very great feeling of heat on the whole body, with red cheeks, heat on the trunk and arms, moderately warm thighs, legs, and feet, with damp forehead, without thirst. [Htn.]

During the heat, immediately after midnight, no thirst, only dry lips.

Feeling of heat and redness of the cheeks, without externally perceptible warmth in them, without thirst, with cold feet (aft. 9 h.). [Fz.]

After previous increased warmth in the not warm room, whilst walking in the open air, feeling of coldness about the ankles, and coldness of the rest of the body, in the forenoon before a meal. [Fz.]

1040. He eats his dinner with relish and great appetite, and an hour afterwards there occurs chilliness, without thirst, then feeling of heat. [Fz.]

Sensation of heat throughout the body, with distented veins and cold feet; no the rest of the body also there is no perceptible external increase of temperature.

Temperature of the whobody somewhat elevated and distented blood-vessels, but without thirst, with readily dilated pupils (aft. 8, 12 h.).

Heat all over the body without thirst (aft. 3 h.).

Heat and feeling of heat on the body; at first the limbs are at the same time still cold, and he has also a feeling of coldness in them (aft. ½ h.0., with slight thirst for cold water. [Hrr.]

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.