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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Conium Mac in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
FEVER AND CHILL
Fever and chill
Shudder (at once).
Shudder on moving.
Shudder all over the body.
Shuddering for one and a half hours, for several mornings, in succession, at 8 o'clock.
Shuddering and coldness in the afternoon; then, after five to six hours, a flush of glowing heat over all the limbs, whereupon the numbness in the head and the indifferent sadness vanish and the liveliest interest in everything takes its place (aft. 7, 8 h.).
Coldness and chilliness, in the morning, with giddy constriction of the brain, and an indifferent dejection.
Chill in the morning for two hours, with headache and nausea (3d d.).
Rigor, with trembling in all the limbs, so that he has always to be in the sun.
Rigor, with cold hands and hot face, with nausea.
Chilliness in the afternoon, from 3 to 5 o'clock.
He awakes with internal chilliness at 5 A.M. (almost without thirst), the hands and the soles of the feet are cold, and the face hot for eight hours then more severe heat in the face and lassitude (aft. 24 h.).
Sensation of heat in the whole body, greater heat of the skin, also observable externally, with dry, sticky lips, without thirst, and even with aversion to any beverage, and insipid saliva in the mouth; noise and bright looking objects tire him, as well as every moment; he wishes to sit by himself with closed eyes.
Flushes of heat, in the afternoon, without thirst.
Internal heat, especially in the face, with redness of the same, without thirst.
Sensation of internal and external heat, after sleep.
Hot (deadly) fever.
Severe febrile heat, with great sweat and thirst, with lack of appetite, diarrhoea and vomiting.
Various attacks of fever.
See note to S. 811. After these, patient died dropsical.
Slow fever, with complete loss of appetite.
Note "slight" perspiration.
Sweat all over, especially on the forehead, with redness of the face and the whole body, without any particular heat.
In the evening, profuse sweat, when sitting, with heat in the face.
Only while going to sleep, as soon as she shuts her eyes, some perspiration; even by day, while slumbering, sitting in a chair.
The child demanded to go to bed early in the evening, is then very hot and perspires all over, with uneasy sleep, strong trembling and short, rattling moaning respiration.
At night, slight perspiration only on the lower limbs.
Sweat about midnight.
After midnight, profuse sweat.
In the morning, on awaking from sleep, slight perspiration all over the body.
In the morning, on awaking and afterward, tendency to perspire, even on the cold lower limbs.
Local, fetid, smarting sweat.
See note to S. 748.
He feels the pulsations all over the body.
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