Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of China in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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FEVER AND CHILL
Shiverings, with shuddering, or feverish trembling, commonly without thirst.
Cold in the body, with congestion in the head, heat and redness of the face, and forehead hot.
General increase of heat, with veins swollen, without thirst.
After the heat, violent thirst.
Shiverings with headache, nausea, adypsia, vertigo, congestion in the head, paleness of the face, cold in the hands and in the feet, and vomiting of mucus.
Shivering more violent after drinking.
Heat, with prickings here and there, and burning thirst.
Heat, with strong inclination to be uncovered, or shivering as soon as one is uncovered.
Quotidian fever, or every two days, or tertian, commencing chiefly in the evening or in the afternoon, or in the morning, by shivering with trembling, followed by heat and nocturnal sweat.
Internal violent chill with icy cold hands and feet, and congestion to the head.
In the evening, in bed, he cannot get warm.
Fever, with pressive pain, and congestion in the head, soreness and swelling of the liver and of the spleen, bitter and bilious risings and vomitings, yellowish colour of the skin and of the face, short, convulsive cough, great weakness, pains in the limbs, and painful stitches in the chest.
The attacks of fever are often preceded by sufferings, such as palpitation of the heart, sneezing, anguish, nausea, excessive thirst, bulimy, headache, pressive colic, &c.
Chilliness over the whole body.
The thirst is generally felt only before or after the shiverings, or during the sweat, rarely during the heat (or only desire for cold drink), and scarcely ever during the shiverings.
Ready perspiration during sleep, during movement (and from exercise in the open air).
Perspiration very profuse, and very debilitating.
Perspiration on the side on which he lies.
Nocturnal debilitating sweats.
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