Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Ipecacuanha in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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FEVER AND CHILL
Shuddering, with coldness in the limbs and in the face.
Chill of short duration and soon changing to heat.
Coldness, esp. in the hands and feet, with cold and copious perspiration on those parts.
External chilliness with internal heat.
Aggravation of the shivering from external heat.
Internal chilliness, as if under the skin, agg. from heat.
Before the shiverings, uneasiness, stretching, and lassitude, with cold sweat on the forehead, or coldness, or shivering, in the ears.
Sudden heat in a room, with sweat and vertigo.
Thirst during the shivering or coldness.
Fever, manifesting itself by much shivering, with little heat, or by much heat with little shivering; or with nausea, vomiting, and other gastric symptoms, tongue clean or loaded, and constrictive oppression of the chest.
Fever in the evening, with great inquietude, dry and troublesome heat, burning in the palms of the hands, and nocturnal sweat.
After a short chill dry heat, with parchment-like skin.
During the heat no thirst.
Perspiration smelling sour (with turbid urine).
Intermittent fever; nausea and vomiting predominate; slight chills are followed by much heat, with thirst and no subsequent perspiration, consequent upon the abuse of quinine; slight chilliness without thirst, afterwards violent heat, with thirst, nausea and vomiting, dyspnoea, stitches in the chest, finally copious perspiration.
Damp coldness of the hands and feet.≡ more ...