Author: Cyrus Boger
Algidity; can't get warm; at start of colds, cholera, etc. Bluish, old, pinched look. ICY COLD, YET AVERSE TO COVERS (Sec-c.), or wants them off then on; with internal burning heat; and anxious. Sudden weakness; dry collapse. Cholera. Scanty or retained discharges. Violent tonic spasm; of bladder; then stupor, with coldness.
Insensibility or anxiety. Head feels knotted up. Hammering in occiput. Inhaled air seems cold. Coryza; in old age. Retracted lips; upper. Cold tongue. Burning thirst. Burning in stomach. Strangury. Haematuria. Sexual excitement. Satyriasis. Hoarse, squeaking voice. Asphyxia neonatorum. Cold breath. Thumbs cramp backward. Cramp in calves. Dry skin. Erysipelas. Very sensitive to cold air or taking cold. Shaking chill, with cold skin. Wants cover during hot stage only. Sudden, inflammatory fevers with rapid alternation of heat and cold; followed by rapid prostration. Heat or sweat, > covers. Corrects spoiled cases and antidotes most remedies. Chilly, below scapulae; before colds.
Region: DIGESTIVE TRACT; Cerebro-spinal nerves; Urinary organs; Nose.
Worse: Cold; Drafts; When half asleep; (Mag-p-au; Nit-ac;); Mental exertion; Shock; SUPPRESSION; Inattention.
Better: Free discharges; Sweat; Thinking of it.