This is an important remedy in those forms of intermittent fever, when there is but little or no sweat, during any period of the disease.
Pain in the bones and head, with soreness of the flesh; weakness and prostration; chilliness with trembling and nausea; absence of sweat.
Throbbing headache, sometimes with sick stomach in the morning on waking; soreness on the top and back part of the head.
Stomach And Abdomen
Want of appetite; bilious vomiting with trembling and prostration.
Larynx And Chest
Nocturnal loose cough, or cough with flushed face and tearful eyes; cough following and preceding measles, and also from suppressed intermittent fever.