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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Carbo Animalis in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
FEVER AND CHILL
Fever and chill
Great chilliness, by day.
Chilly, for a long time, after dinner.
He can hardly get warm in the morning.
She feels chilly as soon as a little air gets into the room.
Always chilly, with ice-cold feet.
Very cold feet, from 9 A.M. to 3 P.M.
In the evening, very cold feet, when she got into bed (aft. 10 h.).
In the evening, cold hands and feet.
At night, in bed, febrile rigor, which awakes her.
Chill and cold running over him in the afternoon, and trembling as from within, without thirst, for three hours; then burning in the skin of the body and in the eyes, with some thirst.
Rigor, up the back; this seems to start from the chest, every afternoon (aft. 4 w.).
Every second day toward evening some chill and thirst, then very violent dry heat, so that she imagines that sparks of fire dart from the eyes; the following night, a little sweat.
In the evening, a chill without thirst, then heat; going off after lying down.
In the evening at 9 o'clock, chill over the whole body; then after lying down, heat, during which she falls asleep, but frequently wakes up with thirst; toward morning, sweat.
In the evening, in bed, a chill; then sweat, while sleeping.
In the evening from 5 till 8 o'clock, chill, with goose-skin; then at 11 P.M. awaking with profuse sweat, which permits uncovering, and lasts till 2 A.M.
At night in bed his head and trunk were hot, but the lower limbs were cold and grew warm only gradually; toward morning a chill, in bed (1st d.).
At night, heat and thirst without chill before and without subsequent sweat.
She cannot bear to be uncovered during the febrile heat, as she gets chilled at once.
Heat, at night, with moisture of the skin.
Sweat, while eating and while taking a walk.
Profuse sweat while walking and while partaking of warm viands.
Sweat which colors the linen yellow.
At night, sweat on the head.
Morning sweat, on awaking (2d d.).
As soon as the shuts his eyes a very profuse sweat breaks out.≡ more ...