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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Nat Mur in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
FEVER AND CHILL
Fever and chill
Chilly, the whole day.
Chill and cold hands (at once).
Cold hands and feet, which cannot get warm (aft. 6 h.).
Cold thrills, occasionally, over the back, with cold sweat on the forehead, anxiety and shuddering.
Coldness in the back, at night, with restlessness.
Chilliness of the skin, in the evening, in bed.
Chilliness in the evening, with thirst, two evenings in succession.
Chilliness, even in the forenoon, with very cold hands, which are so cold, even in the warm room, that he has to put on gloves.
Febrile rigor, in the evening in bed, which shook him so much, that both his hands and his feet trembled, and his teeth chattered, without subsequent thirst or heat, he fell asleep before the end of the chill; for two evenings successively.
Severe chill, with sharp pain in the lower incisors (2d d.).
Chill, early in sleep, and then perspiration, shortly before awaking.
Shudder and sensation as of goose-skin.
Shudder, without chill, while sitting.
Shudder and chill in the back, without thirst.
Shudder in the back, especially while sitting (the first two days).
Febrile rigor, in the evening, with increase of the pain, followed by heat, especially on the head, and redness of the face.
Febrile rigor, with great tendency to go to sleep also by day; he sleeps much, and then gets warm, even while sitting down, and perspires somewhat.
Fever, shortly before dinner, first excessive lassitude, so that he can hardly keep up, and had to lie down, then in bed, a severe chill, then a moderate degree of heat, then perspiration for several hours.
Fever with headache, on awaking after a brief evening nap, first chill, then heat, in several paroxysms, but more heat.
Chill and resounding throbbing in the head, in bed, with great lassitude; after becoming intensely heated.
Severe chill in the evening; the following night, profuse sweating all over; attended with a breaking out of intense itching.
Fever in the afternoon, chill and coldness, with much thirst, without any subsequent heat (aft. 6 h.).
Fever in the morning at eight o'clock; first a severe chill till noon, then heat till evening, without sweat, and without thirst during the chill or the heat; she lay unconscious, with severe headache (aft. 10 d.).
Heat after the noon-siesta, and then again shuddering till evening.
Heat in the evening, with a thrill of cold and a shudder over the back, without thirst (2d ev.).
Momentary flushes of heat.
Flushes of heat and ready perspiration.
Heat, with perspiration under the arms and on the soles of the feet.
Much perspiration by day.
Ready, profuse perspiration on moving about, although he is very chilly.
Constant perspiration, also during the noon-siesta, but not during sleep by night.
General perspiration (aft. 24 h.).
Profuse night-sweat, for several nights.
Night-sweat before midnight.
She awakes at night in a profuse sweat.
Morning-sweat, very profuse, for several mornings.
Morning-sweat all over the body, for several days.
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