Adapted to complaints from abuse of Cinchona and Quinine.
Fevers in which the cold stage predominates; coldness felt most acutely in abdomen and extremities.
Anxiety about the heart, as if something evil were going to happen; precedes or attends many attacks of disease.
Headache; a pressing in the head from above downwards, as of a heavy weight, worse ascending, better during hard pressure with the hand, and accompanied by icy coldness of hands and feet.
Chilliness, especially of the fingers and toes.
Coldness of the abdomen.
Coldness of the spine.
Feet cold as far up as the knees.
Icy coldness of the hands and feet, with warmth of the rest of the body.
Veins of lower arms and hands distended, while the feet are icy cold.
Chill the predominant stage.
Flushes of heat, with hot ears and cheeks.