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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Berberis Vulgaris in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
FEVER AND CHILL
Creeping chilliness at times, especially on going into the cold air (third day),
Slight chilliness before dinner better afterwards (first day).
Chilliness, especially during the hours before dinner, at times also afterwards, with ice-cold feet, dryness and stickiness of the mouth, without thirst; pain in the region of the left tonsil.
Slight chilliness in the region of the stomach (after nine hours).
Slight chilliness in the back for about a quarter of an hour, at seven and a half in the evening (seventh day).
Chilly sensation in the morning, from 11 o'clock, for a few hours (third day).
Frequent sensation of chilliness in the head, with cold feet, confusion of the head, even pressive headache, as if he would be attacked with coryza, in the morning; the head is often hot therewith; the hands are rather cool than warm.
In the afternoon the warmth extends over the whole body, with tendency to sweat.
In the forenoon, alternating chilliness on the back, on the outer side of the arms and in the calves; in the afternoon, burning stitches, increasing at night, without thirst, without dry mouth; dizziness and violent sticking pain in the head, with angina; on the third and following days, sweat of a somewhat urinous odor.
Chilliness in the hands and feet and in the whole body, with heat in the face, from 11 o'clock on, with ice-cold feet; the hands feel warm.
Chilliness over the whole body, so that she shivers, followed by heat, for a few minutes (second day).
Rapidly-creeping chills, even shiverings in various parts, especially beginning in the face and arms and extending over the back and chest, followed by heat, with anxiety and oppression of the chest, especially in the forenoons and evenings; the heat was so violent that she was obliged to jump into water (third day).
Coldness in the whole body in the evening, followed by heat, with increased thirst.
Heat and Sweat.
Increased sensation of warmth over the whole body (after eight to nine hours).
Sensation of heat through the whole day (thirteenth day).
Sensation of heat over the whole body, at 6 o'clock in the evening, for about a quarter of an hour, followed by a cool sensation (fourth day).
Increased warmth in the head (from two to three hours).
Heat in the head (second day),
Feeling of great heat in the head; also excited by touch (after nine hours).
Heat in the temples and coolness in the cheeks (after eight hours).
Increased heat in the face (after five hours).
A slight, burning, warm sensation in the face.
Burning heat in the face, more subjective than objective, with redness of the cheeks (after three hours).
Transient heat in the face, with redness frequently returning (after ten hours).
Some heat in the face, with a sensation of coldness in other parts; after a few hours the heat extends over the whole body; the hands and feet become warm; without thirst.
Painful burning in the cheeks, with redness (after four hours).
Heat in the hands and in the head, in the afternoon, for several days.
Tingling sensation of warmth in the legs, especially when sitting, as if they had been rubbed with woollen clothes.
Tingling sensation of warmth in the feet.
In the evening and at night the heat increases, with tendency to sweat (tenth to eleventh day).
Sensation of heat in the body, with sweat breaking out easily on motion, standing, etc.; in the evening, about 6 o'clock, slight chilliness.
Heat in the head after eating and in the afternoon of the first day and on many following days; the head sweats easily on exertion, stooping, standing, etc.
She sweat several times very profusely after midnight and woke several times on this account (one, two, and three nights),
Inclined to sweat on the slightest exertion, especially in the afternoon, with a feeling of anxiety (eighth to eighteenth day).
At times cold sweat covered the face (first day),≡ more ...