Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Psorinum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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FEVER AND CHILL
Chilliness in evening on upper arms and thighs, with thirst; drinking causes cough, then heat and cough, with oppression of chest; and trembling, with attack of pain in chestfont
The more intense the pain the more he sweats.
Internal shivering, creeping chills and icy-cold feetfont
Heat at night and dryness in mouth; in afternoon or evening, feels as if he would lose his senses, with thirst; in evening, with delirium, great thirst, followed by profuse sweat; when riding in a carriage; sudden over whole body, with trickling perspiration all over facefont
Sweat easily, weak. Sweats profuse; cold, clammy from least exertion; profuse when taking slightest exercise; when walking; at night; on face, palms of hands and perineum when moving about; profuse sour, clammy, with faint oppression of chest after chill and heat; after typhus; colliquativefont
Sweat profuse at 3 A. M.
When taking a walk profuse sweat with consequent debility, taking cold easilyfont
Sweat at night better headache.
Profuse sweating relieves all the complaints; chronic diseases. (Caladium Seguinum Calad.)font
Profuse night sweats of phthisisfont
Want of perspiration; dry skinfont
Typhus picks bedclothes, reaches for objects in air; profound debilityfont
After ague color of face worsefont
Painful sensation of cold in various parts.
Burning pains in various parts (frequently without any change in the usual external bodily temperature).
Coldness, repeated or constant of the whole body, or of the one side of the body; so also of single parts, cold hands, cold feet which frequently will not get warm in bed.
Chilliness, constant, even without any change in the external bodily temperature.
Frequent flushes of heat, especially in the face, more frequently with redness than without; sudden, violent sensation of heat during rest, or in slight motion, sometimes even from speaking, with or without perspiration breaking out.
Warm air in the room or at church is exceedingly repugnant to her, makes her restless, causes her to move about (at times with a pressure in the head, over the eyes, not infrequently alleviated by epistaxis).
Rushes of blood, also at times a sensation of throbbing in all the arteries (while he often looks quite pale, with a feeling of prostration throughout the body).
Perspiration comes too easily from slight motion; even while sitting, he is attacked with perspiration all over, or merely on some parts; e. gfont, almost constant perspiration of the hands and feet, so also strong perspiration in the axillae and around the pudenda.
Daily morning sweats, often causing the patient to drip, this for many years, often with sour or pungent sour smell.
One-sided perspiration, only on one side of the body, or only on the upper part of the body, or only on the lower part.
Intermittent fever, even when there are no cases about, either sporadic or epidemic, or endemic; the form, duration and type of the fever are very various; quotidian, tertian, quartan, quintan or every seven days.
Every evening, chills with blue nails.
Every evening, single chills.
Every evening, heat, with rush of blood to the head, with red cheeks, also at times an intervening chill.
Intermittent fever of several week's duration, followed by a moist itching eruption lasting several weeks, but which is healed again during a like period of intermittent fever, and alternating thus for years.
The more intense the pain, the more profuse he sweats (Tilia Europoea Tilia).
Perspiration, cold and hot alternately, appeared about 3 A. Mp
Every other day; headache, thirst, cold.
Nearly every half hour urination.
Two or three times a day; pains in chest grow severe.
At 1 A. M. sensation as of a heavy blow of forehead, diarrhea.
Immediately after dinner congestion of blood to head.
Every morning at ten oppression.
Every afternoon great anxiety.
Every day, from 5 A. M. until 5 P. M.; anguish in head.
Every night nocturnal enuresis; sweat.
Day before headache inordinate appetite.
For three or four days constipation.
During full moon wets bed.
For four or five weeks; feeling when walking as if left foot were pulled around inward.
Nine months has been nervous.
For four years discharge from ear.
For eleven years on 20th of August hay fever.
Twelve years' duration gleet.
For twenty-five years coughp
Locality and Direction
From right to left pain in occiput; ciliary blepharitis.
From left to right; pain in eyes.
From within outward as of hammers striking head.
From behind forward stitches in chestp≡ more ...