Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Antimonium Tartaricum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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FEVER AND CHILL
Fever and chill
Morning; on waking
Night; on rising
In the open air
rising from bed
Beginning in particular area; back
Chilliness (see also whole body; temperature)
When heated, overheated
Icy coldness of the body
Internal; as if coldness in blood vessels
attacks recurring earlier each time
attacks recurring earlier each time; every third day, several hours earlier
recurring every third day
With fever, but chill predominating
Shaking, shivering, rigors
long-lasting (see succession of stages, fever)
At certain time of day or night
from 5 a.m.
from 9 a.m.
from 3 p.m.
from 6 p.m.
Trembling and shivering
Sensation of cold water
dashed over him
poured over him
Alternating with chills
Spreading up body
In bed (see night and warmth)
after getting out of bed
stomach (gastric fever)
Fever without chill
evening; 6 p.m.; to 7 p.m.; 8 p.m.
congestive; with threatened paralysis of lungs
Coughing increases the heat
Feverish heat only during the day
forcing out of bed
as if hot vapours rise up to the brain
Intermittent, chronic; with long-lasting heat
Long lasting heat
Movement brings on chilliness
Perspiration with heat
Heat comes on during sleep
Stages of chill, heat and sweat
chill followed by heat
chill followed by heat, with sweat
heat alternating with chill, then with sweat
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