Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Kali Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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FEVER AND CHILL
Chilliness generally in morning.
Shivering in evening, with thirst, often accompanied by toothache.
The Chilliness in evening is amel. near warm stove and after lying down.
Internal heat with external chilliness.
Perspiration more on upper part of body and agg. by warm drinks.
Perspiration is fetid or smells sour.
Intermittent fever; constant chilliness, with violent thirst from internal heat; hot hands; loathing of food.
Long yawning, with heat; pain in chest and head; pulsations in abdomen, 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Chills and heat alternate in evening, followed by perspiration during night.
Evening fever; first, chilliness with thirst (for one hour), then heat without thirst, accompanied by violent, fluent coryza; afterwards slight perspiration with sound sleep.
Chill and fever, with oppression of breathing, constriction of chest; pain in region of liver; most of the thirst during chill.
Intermittent fevers, with whooping-cough.
Shivering immediately after pains.
Frequent shuddering during day.
Heat in morning, in bed, with pains in loins and chest.
Want of perspiration and inability to perspire, or else great tendency to perspire during intellectual labour, or during a walk.
Nocturnal sweats, every night.≡ more ...