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COLD WEATHER

1) ACONITE: complaints caused by exposure to dry cold air, dry north or west winds, or exposure to draughts of cold air while in perspiration; bad effects of checked perspiration: cough, croup; from dry, cold winds or drafts of air.
2) ACTEA RACEMOSA: Menses: Irregular, exhausting; delayed or suppressed by mental emotions, from cold, from fever; with chorea, hysteria or mania; increase of mental symptoms during.
3) AESCULUS HIPPOCASTUM: Coryza: Thin, watery, burning; rawness and sensitive to cold air.<inhaling cold air
4) AGARICUS MUSCARIS: Chilblains, that itch and burn intolerably; frostbite and all consequences of exposure to cold, especially in face: extremely sensitive to cold air (Calc., Kali-c, Psor.)
5) ALOE SOCOTRINA: Itch appears every year, as winter approaches (Psor.)
6) ALUMINA: dry, tettery, itching eruptions worse in winter (Petr.) <cold air; during winter
7) AMBRA GRISEA: > cold air; cold food and drinks
8) AMMONIUM CARBONICUM: readily catches cold in winter
9) ANTIMONIUM CRUDUM: Sensitive to cold, <after taking cold.
10) BARYTA CARB: Persons subject to quinsy, take cold easily, even the least cold precipitates an attack of tonsillitis, prone to suppuration (Hep., Psor): Chronic cough in psoric children; enlarged tonsils or elongated uvula; <after slight cold (Alum.):Great sensitiveness to cold (Calc., Kali-c., Psor.)
11) BELLADONNA: Great liability to take cold; sensitive to drafts of air, especially when uncovering the head; from having the hair cut; tonsils become inflamed after riding in a cold wind (Acon., Hep., Rhus-t.; takes cold from exposure of feet (Con., Cupr., Sil.)
12) BISMUTHUM: Headache returning every winter; alternating with, or attended by gastralgia
13) CAL. CARB: Coldness: General; of single parts (Kali-bi.); head, stomach, abdomen, feet and legs; aversion to cold open air, “goes right through her”; sensitive to cold, damp air; great liability to take cold (opposite of Sulph.) : Uremic or other diseases brought on by standing on cold, damp pavements, or working while standing in cold water; modelers or working in cold clay.
14) CALC PHOS: Rheumatism of cold wheather; getting well in spring and returning in autumn.
 
15) CAMPHORA OFFICINALIS: Exceedingly sensitive to cold air (Hep., Kali-m., Psor.): Bad effects of shock from injury; surface of body, cold, face pale, blue, tips livid; profound prostration.
16) CARBO ANIMALIS: Aversion to dry, cold open air.
17) CAUSTICUM: Paralysis: of single parts; generally of right side; from exposure to cold wind or draft <cold air, especially draft of cold air; on becoming cold; from getting wet or bathing.
18) COFFEA CRUDA: <cold, open air
19) COLCHICUM AUTUMNALE: Pains are drawing, tearing, pressing; light or superficial during warm weather; affects the bones anddeeper tissues, when air is cold; pains go from left to right (Lach.)
20) DULCAMARA: Catarrhal rheumatism or skin affections, brought on or aggravated by exposure to cold, damp, rainy weather, or sudden changes in hot weather (Bry.) :Skin is delicate, sensitive to cold, liable to eruptions, especially urticaria; every time patient takes cold or is long exposed to cold.
:Dropsy: After suppressed sweat; suppressed eruptions; exposure to cold.
:Diarrhoea: From taking cold in damp places, or during damp, foggy weather; change from warm to cold weather (Bry.)
:Catarrhal ischuria in grown-up children, with milky urine; from wading with bare feet in cold water; involuntary
<From cold in general; cold air; cold wet weather
21) HEPAR SULPHURIS: Extremely sensitive to cold air, imagines he can feel the air if a door is opened in the next room; must be wrapped up to the face even in hot weather (Psor.); cannot bear to be uncovered; takes cold from slightest exposure to fresh air (Tub.).
:Croup: After exposure to dry cold wind (Acon.); deep, rough barking cough, with hoarseness and rattling of mucus; <cold air, cold drinks, before midnight or towards morning.
<cold air; eating or drinking cold things
>warmth in general (Ars.); in damp, wet weather
 22) IPECACUANHA: Autumnal Dysentry; cold nights, after hot days (Colch., Merc.)
:Liability to take cold in open air.
:Skin symptoms are better in cold weather (reverse of Alum., Petr.)
23) KALI CARBONICUM: Very much inclined to take cold.
24) KREOSOTE: <Cold Weather
25) LOBELIA INFLATA: <cold
26) MAGNESIUM PHOSPHORICUM: great dread: Of cold air; of uncovering; of touching affected part; of cold bathing or washing; of moving.
: Complaints from standing in cold water or working in cold clay (Calc.)
:Neuralgia: Of face, supra or infra-orbital; right side; intermittent darting, cutting; <by touch, cold air, pressure; >by external heat.
:Toothache: At night; rapidly shifting; <eating, drinking, especially cold things; >by heat
27)  MERCURIUS: Diseases occuring in winters.
28) NITRICUM ACIDICUM: Persons suffering from chronic diseases who take cold easily; are easily disposed to diarrhea; rarely to those who suffer with constipation.
29) NUX MOSHATA: Cough caused by: getting warm in bed; being overheated; during pregnancy (Con.); bathing, standing in water; living in cold, damp places (Nat-s.); loose after eating, dry after drinking.
:Rheumatic affections; from getting feet wet; from exposure to drafts of air while heated (Acon., bry.); <in cold, wet weather, or cold wet clothes (Rhus-t); of left shoulder (Ferr.)
:<Cold, wet windy weather (Rhod.); weather changes; cold food, water and cold washing; carriage driving (Cocc.); lying on painful side
:<Cold, wet windy weather (Rhod.); weather changes; cold food, water and cold washings; carriage driving (Cocc.); lying on painful side (on painless side, Puls.)
>in dry, warm weather; warm room; wrapping up warmly.
30) ) NUX VOMICA: Coryza, dry at night, fluent by day; < in warm room, > in cold air; from sitting in cold places, on stone steps
: Repugnance to cold or to cold air; chilly, on least movement; from being uncovered; must be covered in every stage of fever – chill, heat or sweat.
31) PETROLEUM: Dry, cracked skin in cold weather
 

HOT SUMMER WEATHER

1) AETHUSA CYNAPIUM: Especially for children during dentition in hot summer wheather; children who cannot bear milk.
2) ALOE SOCOTRINA: <hot, dry weather
3) ALUMINA: >Mild summer weather
4) ANTIMONIUM CRUDUM: Gastric and intestinal affections; hot weather
: Cannot bear the heat of sun; worse from over-exertion in the sun (Lach., Nat-m.) <from over-heating, near the fire; exhausted in warm weather; ailments from sunburn.
: Whooping cough: <by being overheated in the sun or in a warm room
5) BRYONIA ALBA: Complaints: When warm weather sets in, after cold days; from cold drinks or ice in hot weather; after taking cold or getting hot in summer; from chilling when overheated; kicks the covers off; from exposure to draft, cold wind (Acon., Hep.); suppressed discharges, of menses, milk or eruption of acute exanthema.
:Diarrhoea from spell of hot weather; bilious, acrid with soreness of anus; like dirty water; of undigested food; from cold drinks when overheated, from fruit or sour krout; <in morning, on moving, even a hand or foot.
6) CARBO VEGETABILIS: Ailments: from getting overheated.
Hoarseness <damp evening air; warm, wet weather
7) CAUSTICUM: < coming from the air into the warm room
> warm air
8) CHAMOMILLA: Pain; <by heat
Toothache if anything warm is taken into the mouth; on entering a warm room
9) COLCHICUM AUTUMNALE: Pains are drawing, tearing, pressing; light or superficial during warm weather; affects the bones and deeper tissues, when air is cold; pains go from left to right (Lach.)
Compare: Bry. In rheumatic gout with serious effusions; in rheumatism in warm weather
10) CYCLAMEN EUROPAEM: > In a warm room
11) DULCAMARA: Catarrhal rheumatism or skin affections, brought on or aggravated by exposure to cold, damp, rainy weather, or sudden changes in hot weather (Bry.)
12) EUPHRASIA: Profuse fluent coryza in morning with violent cough & abundant expectoration , <from exposure to warm south wind.
13) GELSEMIUM: General depression from heat of sun or summer.
: Headache: Beginning in the cervical spine; pains extend over the head, causing a bursting sensation in forehead and eye balls <mental exertion; from smoking; heat of sun; lying with head low.
14)GLONOINUM (C3H5(NO2)O3: Head troubles: From working under gas-light, when heat falls on head; cannot bear heat about the head, heat of stove or walking in the sun (Lach., nat-c)
:Head: Feels enormously large; as if skull were too small for brain; sunstroke and sun headache; increases and decreases everyday with the sun (Kalm., Nat-c.).
In the sun, exposure to sun’s rays; gas light; overheating; jar; stooping; ascending; touch of hat; having hair cut
15) HAMAMELIS VIRGINICA: Patients, subject to varicose veins, taking cold easily from every exposure, especially in warm, moist air
16) LACHESIS: <Summers, sun’s rays
17) LYSSIN: Cannot bear heat of sun (Gels., Glon., Lach., Nat-m.).
18) MEDORRIHINUM: <heat
19) MERCURIUS CORROSIVUS: Dysentry and summer complaints of intestinal canal, occuring from May to November
20) NATRUM CARBONICUM: Great debility; caused by heat of summer (ant-c); exhaustion from least effort, mental or physical; ready to drop after a walk; chronic effects of sunstroke.
:Chronic effects of sunstroke; now, with return of hot weather, suffers from headaches.
:Headache:From slightest mental exertion; from sun or working under gaslight  (Glon., Lach.); with tension in nape or occiput before menses; head feels too large, as if it would burst.
21) NATRUM MURIATICUM: Great emaciation; losing flesh while living well (Abrot., Iod.); throat and neck of children emaciate rapidly during summer complaint (Sanic.)
                                                   : Hay fever: squirming sensation in the nostril, as of a small worm; brought on by exposure to hot sun or intense summer heat.
22) NUX MOSHATA: Diarrhoea: In summer, from cold drinks; epidemic in autumn, white stools (Colch.); from boiled milk; during dentition; during pregnancy; with sleepiness and fainting; in autumn, epidemic, white, fetid (Colch.).
:>in dry, warm weather; warm room; wrapping up warmly.
23) NUX VOMICA: Bad effects of: coffee, tobacco, alcoholic stimulants; highly spiced or seasoned food; over-eating (Ant. c.); long continued mental over- exertion; sedentary habits; loss of sleep (Cocc., Colch., Nit. ac.); aromatic or patent medicines; sitting on cold stones; specially in warm weather.
: Coryza, dry at night, fluent by day; < in warm room, > in cold air; from sitting in cold places, on stone steps
: Labor pains: violent, spasmodic; cause urging to stool or urinate; < in back; prefers a warm room.

WET WEATHER

1) AMMONIUM CARBONICUM: Ill humour during wet, stormy wheather.
2) ANTIMONIUM TARTARICUM
3) CARBO VEGETABILIS: Hoarseness <damp evening air; warm, wet weather
4) CAUSTICUM: <from getting wet or bathing
> In damp, wet wheather
5) CHELIDONIUM MAJUS: Ailments: Brought on or renewed by change of wheather (Merc.)
6) DULCAMARA: Catarrhal rheumatism or skin affections, brought on or aggravated by exposure to cold, damp, rainy weather, or sudden changes in hot weather (Bry.)
: Patients living or working in a damp, cold basement, or a milk dairy (Aran., Ars., Nat-s)
: Diarrhoea: From taking cold in damp places, or during damp, foggy weather; change from warm to cold weather (Bry.)
:  <From cold in general; cold air; cold wet weather
7) MEDORRIHINUM: >damp wheather
8) MELILOTUS ALBA: <Approach of a storm; rainy, changeable weather
9) MERCURIUS: Catarrah: With much sneezing; fluent, acrid, corrossive; nostrils raw, ulcerated; yellow green, fetid, pus-like; nasal bones swollen; <at night and from damp weather.
:Toothache: Pulsating, tearing, lacerating, shooting into face or ears; <in damp weather or evening air, warmth of bed, from cold or warm things; >from rubbing the cheek
10) MEZEREUM: Pain in periosteum of long bones < =at night in bed, least touch, in damp weather (Merc., Phyt.)
11) NATRUM SULPHURICUM: Ailments which are <by, or which depend upon, dampness of weather, damp houses or cellars (Aran.)
:Patient feels every change from dry to wet; cannot tolerate sea air, nor eat plants that thrieve near water; a constitution in which the gonorrhoel poison is most pernicious; recovers slowly from every sickness.
:Diarrhea: Sudden, urging, gushing, much flatus; on first rising and standing on feet; after a spell of wet weather; living or working in basements
:Humid Asthma in children; with every change to wet weather; with every fresh cold; always worse in damp, rainy weather; sputa green, greenish, copius (greenish-gray, Cop.)
<Damp basements or dwellings; damp weather (Aran., Ars-i., Dulc.)
12) NUX MOSHATA: Cough caused by: getting warm in bed; being overheated; during pregnancy (Con.); bathing, standing in water; living in cold, damp places (Nat-s.); loose after eating, dry after drinking.
:Rheumatic affections; from getting feet wet; from exposure to drafts of air while heated (Acon., bry.); <in cold, wet weather, or cold wet clothes (Rhus-t); of left shoulder (Ferr.)
: :<Cold, wet windy weather (Rhod.); weather changes; cold food, water and cold washing; carriage driving (Cocc.); lying on painful side
:<Cold, wet windy weather (Rhod.); weather changes; cold food, water and cold washings; carriage driving (Cocc.); lying on painful side (on painless side, Puls.)
 
 
 

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