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
Fever and chill
Shivering, frequent in the room, without subsequent heat.
Frequent shivering, with yawning, removed by the warmth of the stove, in the forenoon (1st d.).
Shivering in the back, in the morning in bed.
Very chilly, especially after meals and toward evening.
Chill in the forenoon; in the evening hot hands.
Chilly and shivering, in the evening before lying down.
Chill at every motion, also in bed (the first days).
Chill at 9 P.M., it goes off after lying down, without heat or subsequent thirst (1st d.).
Chill in the evening, in the vertex and the whole body (aft. 12 d.).
Severe chill in the evening, like fever, without thirst; for several evenings.
Chilliness, as from a coming cold.
Chill of two hours, without thirst, with obtuseness of the head; on driving over a stony road.
Continual internal chill, for four days, without heat and without out thirst, with icy-cold feet, obtuseness of the head, fatigue even to fatigue; at the same time swelling of the lower jaw and gums, and burning toothache with stitches (aft. 32 d.).
Violent febrile rigor toward evening, for several minutes; he has to lie down; then nausea and vomiting and spasmodic pain in the chest the whole night, with short breath and much internal oppression and perspiration on the head (aft. 6 d.).
Internal chill at noon, with heat of the hands and afterward heat in the whole body, but all without thirst.
Chill and sensation of cold, in the morning in bed; then after a quarter of an hour, heat; after some hours, again a chill, but without subsequent heat.
Every evening at six o'clock, at first, a febrile rigor of one hour, with thirst; then with severe fluent coryza, heat without thirst; then slight transpiration, with a sound sleep; afterward, in the morning, scrapy sensation, bad taste in the mouth; loss of appetite and the left eye closed by suppuration.
Constant chill, with severe thirst and internal heat, with hot hands and loathing of food and drink (aft. 14 d.).
First, chilliness, then heat in the face (aft. 2 d.).
Fever, after being heated to severe sweat and taking cold then in a cold bed, with burning headache, heat in the face, and severe, almost unbearable shivering of the whole body; then with a three days' sweat, so severe a stuffed coryza that he can scarcely get a breath (aft. 38 d.).
Heat, at first in the afternoon, and burning of the eyes like fever (with open windows), and immediately afterward, in the open air, a chill.
Dry heat on the cheeks and hands, with short breath.
Increased warmth at night, with violent pains of the zygoma.
External and internal heat, toward morning, without thirst (2d d.).
Heat in the evening in bed, without sweat afterward.
Dry heat in the evening, over the whole body.
Feverish heat, every forenoon at nine and in the afternoon about five o'clock, half an hour to an hour, with deep yawning, severe thirst, headache and throbbing in the abdomen.
In the evening, chill and heat in alternation, and the following night, perspiration (3d d.).
Sweat breaks out readily by day.
Profuse sweat, while walking.
Profuse sweat, at every mental exertion, while reading, writing, etc.
Night-sweat (the first 3 nights, aft. 2 h. and aft. 6 d.).
Night-sweat (4th d.).
Morning-sweat in bed.
In the morning in bed, slight transpiration all over the body (6th d.).
During sleep, perspiration on the head, neck and trunk.≡ more ...