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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Baryta Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
FEVER AND CHILL
Fever and chill
Chill, on entering the room from the open air.
Chilliness with thirst, in the afternoon (7th d.).
Chilly hands, and then they itch.
At 8 P.M., chill in the whole body, with shaking, commencing with the feet, and horripilation (20th d.).
Sudden febrile rigor, with goose-skin, external cold and horripilation, in the forenoon.
Shivering in the arms, passing off by the warm stove, but is aggravated by the least draught, in the afternoon.
Chilliness, especially in the arms, with goose-skin and yawning in repeated fits.
Shaking chill in the head, with dull tension in the zygomata as if goose-skin must come in the face, and as if the hair stood on end.
Chilliness, in the forenoon, cold rises with painful pressure into the pit of the stomach, so that it seems to her to draw her hair together, and then it slowly goes down the arms and legs, even to the feet.
Chill and cold down through the whole body, repeatedly, with cold hands (aft. 7 h.).
Constant cold, as if she had cold water poured over her, worse in the afternoon (7th-10th d.).
Burning sensation of coldness in the forehead, in the forenoon (7th d.).
In the forenoon, chilliness; toward evening he feels too warm in the whole body, and the blood pulsates in the head.
Icy-cold in the feet, from the afternoon to the evening, and after lying down, heat in the whole body (7th d.).
Now chill, now heat, the whole night.
Alternately chills and heat, toward evening.
After repeated light chills, starting from the scrobiculus cordis, the whole body with the exception of the feet, which remain cold, becomes agreeably warm; ten minutes later the chill returns.
Short shaking chill, with quick flushes of heat, chiefly in the back; the chill seems to start in the face, where there is tension (aft. 1 h.).
Alternate heat by day (aft. 9 d.).
Transient heat often rises in her head (4th d.).
Dry heat of the face, in the afternoon (12th d.).
Heat, at night, and anxiety, that he cannot contain himself, till morning, when he rises (5th d. and aft. 15 d.).
Dry heat the whole night, with sleeplessness, and when she puts her hands out of the bed, she feels cold, chilly and thirsty (aft. 12 d.).
Transient flush of heat over the whole body, with subsequent exhaustion, so that she would like to let her hands sink down; at the same time her face and hands are hot, the other parts almost cool.
Sensation of heat on the back.
Severe heat and sweat in the head, then thirst, in the evening (11th d.).
Almost every evening, at 6 o'clock, thirst (aft. 16 d.).
Excessive lassitude in all the limbs, in the afternoon; then, toward evening, perspiration, and at night vomiting; all repeated according to the tertian type.
Severe sweat on the left side, especially on the head.
Several nights, after midnight, sweat (aft. 7 d.).
Exhaustive night-sweat (aft. 13 d.).≡ more ...