Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Natrum Carbonicum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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FEVER AND CHILL
Fever and chill
Chilly, the whole day, and no stool (15th d.).
Cold hands and feet (aft. 5 d.).
Cold hands and feet, with hot head.
Constant chilliness, in the morning, after rising, he could not get warm (aft. 20 d.).
He could not get warm in the morning and evening.
Chill and shudder, all over the body, in the forenoon, for a quarter of an hour (13th d.).
A shaking chill, often sudden, without subsequent heat, in the forenoon (9th d.).
Chilliness, in the evening (12th, 13th and 14th d.).
Chilliness with thirst, all day (9th and 10th d.).
Constant chilliness, for several days.
Shudder, in the morning, after awaking, it ceases after rising (2d d.).
Shudder, in the morning, after rising, and also frequently in the afternoon (7th d.).
Shudder, from morning till evening (1st d.).
Febrile rigor on the whole body, the whole day, with cold hands and warm cheeks; but in the evening with icy cold hands, red, glowing cheeks, and hot forehead, without thirst.
Febrile rigor on the whole body, from morning till evening, with hot hands, cold cheeks and lukewarm forehead, without any thirst.
Shudder in the back, in the evening after lying down, without subsequent heat.
Chill, in the evening, after lying down, without thirst, with burning in the abdomen, for ¼ hour; then heat and sleep; then about 3 A.M. awaking in a profuse sweat, with thirst till morning; he cannot bear uncovering (1st d.).
Shudder, at 5 P.M.; after lying down, heat with thirst (7th d.).
Shudder, in the evening, before lying down; in bed, there is heat; he cannot bear to be uncovered (3d d.).
Thrill of heat with drawing pain, from the nape of the neck over the back (22d d.).
Frequent thrill of heat, and with this, quite ill-humored, sad and anxious; then very much fatigued and weary, for ½ hour.
Heat for a short time, with weariness, in frequent paroxysms.
Heat and perspiration, all over the body, without thirst, with general exhaustion, in all positions.
He perspires inordinately, when moving about, even in cool weather.
He perspires at once very profusely, especially on his back, when he walks or exercises otherwise (25th d.).
Fatiguing perspiration on the body, especially on the hands (aft. 37 d.).
The perspiration burns him, especially on the forehead, where the hat touches it.
Night-sweat for several nights.
Profuse sweat, the first night.
Morning-sweat (also aft. 9 d.).
Sweat toward morning, with thirst, for several days.≡ more ...