Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Mezereum in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
FEVER AND CHILL
Fever and chill
Chilly in the warm room, with drowsiness.
Shivering and shuddering in the back, the chest and the epigastrium.
Repeated shudder all over the body, with goose-skin and icy cold hands and feet in the warm room.
Shudder over the back and the arms.
Chill on moving.
Chill over the abdomen and the arms, with dilated pupils (aft. 35 h.).
Chill and coldness of the arms and lower limbs.
Chill, as if she had cold water repeatedly thrown over her, especially over the arms, body, hips and feet, with yawning, lachrymation and complete warmth of the face and hands.
Quite cold, externally, for thirty-six hours with great thirst, without desiring to get warmed, without dislike to the open air, and without subsequent heat.
Very chilly, all day, peevish and uncomfortable, fatigued and cachectic, as from severe illness; with it, some appetite, but discomfort after eating and drinking; only tolerable in the open air.
Severe chill in the whole body.
Chill and coldness of the whole body, with asthmatic contraction and oppression of the chest, before and behind.
Febrile rigor, with thirst for cold water.
Chill outside of the bed; in the bed, heat.
Sensation of cold and sweat on the legs, then heat all over, but chiefly in the head.
Coldness of the arms and lower limbs, without his feeling cold there.
Hands and feet cold, as of a corpse.
Cold feet, which however got warm in bed.
Cold feet, with chill all over, without shuddering, with dryness in the back of the mouth, while saliva gathers in front; without desire to drink, for two hours.
Cold trickling down on both side of the upper arm, over the back and the feet, while yawning.
Increased warmth all over the body.
Violent hot fever.
In the evening much thirst, with great dryness of the mouth, which disappears momentarily through drinking.≡ more ...