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Secale Cornutum - Fever And Chill symptoms - H.C. Allen

Claviceps Purpurea, Ergot, Secale, Secal, Secale cereale, Sec.

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HPUS indication of Secale Cornutum: Restlessness

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Secale Cornutum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.

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Disagreeable sensation of coldness in back, abdomen and limbs.

Skin cold, with shivering.

Coldness of surface of body, particularly extremities.

Violent chill of but short duration; followed soon after by internal burning heat, with great thirstfont

Chill with thirstfont

Violent shaking followed by violent heat, with anxiety, delirium and almost unquenchable thirstfont

Intense, icy coldness of skin, with shivering; pale, sunken facefont

Cold limbs, cold sweat weaknessfont

Cold stage preceded by vomiting, succeeded by moderate sweating.

Severe and long-lasting dry heat, with great restlessness and violent thirstfont

Heat with thirst and hot skinfont

Burning heat, interrupted by shaking chills, then internal burning heat, with great thirstfont

Sweat all over body, except face; profuse cold, cold limbs; from head to pit of stomach; especially on upper body; cold, clammy over whole body; colliquativefont

Exhausting perspiration, accompanied by evening fever and alarming coughfont

Cold surface; sunken pale face and blue lips; will not be covered; tingling in limbs; holds hands with fingers widely spread apart; cold, clammy sweat; speech feeble, stuttering Aguefont

Aversion to heat or to being covered; may feel cold but does not wish to be coveredfont


Chilly sensation from least motion in bed at night, not better by covering up.

Chilly all over, especially shoulders and back, but do not shiver or shake.

Kept limbs drawn up close to body, are too cold to lie straightened out; they ache but are too cold to straighten out.

Limbs and whole body ache as though tired and lame, particularly hips and knees.

Get warm about 5 A. M., then hands chest and back moist with perspiration.

Chill at 11 A. M., lasting three hours.

Chills would creep up and down the back between the shoulders, spreading down and out into the limbs.

Chills in back up and down the spine.

Fever followed with great oppression of face and head.

Desired fresh air constantly, though walking any distance would aggravate the headache, especially over eyes and through the forehead.

Slight in the morning.

Hands, back and chest moist with perspiration about 5 o'clock in the morning.

For two or three years been subject to attacks of severe coldness that came on irregularly, followed by great weariness for two days.

The hands and feet became pale and cold with an intense feeling of weariness; some throbbing of head which seemed warm; after some hours limbs became warm again leaving only weariness.

Temperature, normal during attacks; arterio-sclerosis was no doubt due to tension of arteries and its consequent anemia.

Aconite Aconite, Arsenicum Album Arsenic, Cedron Cedron, Chin. Sulphur sulf. gave only temporary relief; Secale cured. - Tessierp

Attacks, Periodicity

Sudden attacks diarrhea.

Alternation of heat and cold, in hands and feet.

Five to ten minutes after taking least quantity of food severe colic.

Every two or three hours paroxysms of palpitation.

Several times a day convulsive movements of limbs.

For several weeks formication in tips of fingers.

Every two weeks excessive menstrual flow; lasting seven to nine days.

For two weeks profuse corrosive foot sweat.

For four weeks flow is continuous.

During August diarrhea.

In Summer interminable diarrhea.

For several years tenderness of cervical processp

Locality and Direction

Right ovary congested; a spot on side of chest dull on percussion; spasmodic shocks from half of chest into arm and leg; coldness of hand; toes drawn up; swelling and livid coloring of foot; gangrene in great toe of foot; hand very weak; trembling of hand and arm.

Left hemicrania; nose stopped up; throat sore; protrusion in hypochondrium; thumb spasmodically drawn toward dorsum of handp

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