Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Eupatorium Perfoliatum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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FEVER AND CHILL
Thirst a long time before the chill, which continues during the chill and heat.
At the conclusion of the chill, vomiting of bile, or after every draught.
Pain in the bones (as if broken) all over, before the commencement of the chill.
Headache, backache, and thirst during the chill.
During the chill and heat, throbbing headache.
The chill is induced or hastened by taking a drink of cold water.
Distressing pain in the scrobiculus cordis, throughout the chill and heat.
Aching pains, with moaning during the cold stage.
Coldness during nocturnal perspiration.
Chilliness throughout the night and morning; trembling and nausea from least motion; intense aching and soreness in back and limbs; more shivering than the degree of coldness warrants.
The intermittent fever paroxysm generally commences in the morning.
Fever commences in morning; attended with painfulness, trembling, weakness, and soreness; but little or no perspiration.
Great weakness and prostration during the fever.
Headache and trembling during the heat.
Vomiting of bile at the close of the hot stage.
Vomiting of bile after the chill.
The fever goes off by perspiration and sleep. During the apyrexia, loose cough.
When there is perspiration it relieves all the symptoms except the headache.≡ more ...