Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Nitric Acid in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
FEVER AND CHILL
Chilliness mostly in the afternoon and evening, and after lying down.
Chilliness, with internal heat at same time.
Chilliness in morning in bed, after previous heat.
Heat esp. on hands and face.
Flushes of heat with perspiration on hands.
General coldness of skin.
Continued (chilliness or) coldness.
Fever in afternoon; shivering and heat.
Internal heat, without thirst, continued, or by fits.
At night internal, dry heat, with inclination to uncover oneself.
Heat with perspiration and debility after eating.
Perspiration every night, or on alternate nights; the most profuse on the side on which one lies.
Dry heat at night, with violent thirst.
Nocturnal sweat, fetid or acid.
Acid sweat, like horse's urine, by day.
Chilliness in afternoon (an hour and a half, while in open air), followed by dry heat when in bed, accompanied by all sorts of fancies while in a state of half-waking, without sleep; sleep and perspiration only come on towards morning.
Chilliness in the afternoon, for an hour; afterwards profuse perspiration for two hours over whole body; there is no thirst either in the cold or hot stage.≡ more ...