Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Calc Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
FEVER AND CHILL
Fever and chill
Great internal chilliness; she has to wrap up her cold hands, but her feet are warm.
Great constant chilliness, with much thirst.
She is cold, when she leaves her bed.
Very chilly, in the evening.
Internal chill, with restlessness and trembling anguish.
Frequent chilliness, with yellow complexion.
Chill in the evening, for several hours (aft. 10 h. and 13 d.).
For two evenings, chill of a quarter of an hour, without subsequent heat or sweat.
Chill, in the evening, in bed.
Chill, in the evening, in bed, so that he, although covered with feather-beds, could yet not get warm, as if from a lack of vital heat (aft. 30 d.).
Febrile rigor, at night.
Febrile rigor, first over face, with horripilation, then passing over the whole body, with sensation of chill.
Febrile rigor over the whole back (aft. 24 h.).
Febrile rigor over the whole body, as if he had taken a cold, with frequent yawning.
Febrile rigor over the whole body, with warmth or heat of the forehead and face, with cold hands (aft. 3 and 48 h.).
Feeling of heat in the interior of the body.
Often a flying heat.
A flying heat, some two or three times a day, all over, but especially in the face and the hands; it overcomes her in sitting, as if from anguish, with perspiration of the face and hands for ten to fifteen minutes at a time.
Heat for several evenings, from six to seven o'clock.
In the evening, on lying down, external heat, with internal chill.
At night, dry heat (aft. 12 h.).
Toward morning, dry heat (aft. 6 d.).
Heat in the chest and the head, with cold on the rest of the body, the whole day (aft. 24 d.).
Glowing heat and redness of the face, with hot forehead, cold hands and severe thirst, for several hours.
Almost constant heat, which first makes weak and anxious, till sweat breaks out.
Sweat often breaks out during the day.
Almost constant sweat.
Much sweat, as well in daytime, while walking, as also at night in bed.
Exhaustive sweat, day and night, for three days.
Copious sweat, during the day, in cold air.
Sweat during the day, at the least movement.
In the evening, in bed, he feels warm at once, and sweats the whole night.
Night-sweat, chiefly before midnight, with cold legs.
Night-sweat in the back.
Night-sweat only on the lower limbs, clammy to the touch (aft. several d.).
Violent morning sweat, many mornings in succession.
Morning-sweat (the next morning after taking the medicine).
Morning-sweat, three mornings in succession.
Morning-sweat, every morning (aft. 7 d.).
Fever now chill, then heat; she has to lie down.
Fever, in the forenoon; chills and heat alternate.
Fever heat and burning thirst, alternating with chills.
Evening fever; externally chills, with internal heat and violent thirst; he was cold also in bed, and the sweated at the same time, and yet he could not get warm; at last a copious sweat (aft. 10 h.).
Every forenoon at 11 o'clock, feverish heat, without previous thirst or chill, for an hour; she felt hot and was hot to the touch, with face somewhat red; then anxiety and slight perspiration, especially in the hands and feet and in the face; four days in succession (before the appearance of the menses).≡ more ...