1. ACONITUM NAPELLUS :
– Fever caused by exposure to dry, cold air, fear, fright and shock.
– It starts very suddenly and violently. Having high rise of temperature.
– There is no periodicity whatsoever.
– Intense nervousness and restlessness. Patient tosses about in agony.
– Becomes intolerable towards the evening and on going to bed.
2. BAPTISIA TINCTORIA :
– Indicated in Typhoid fever, malarial poisoning and septic conditions of blood.
– Sore and bruised feeling of the parts rested upon, in whatever position he lies.
– Temperature ranges from 103° to 106° F with bradycardia and offensiveness.
– Patient is very weak, prostrated and besotted.
– It produces antibodies against typhoid bacillus and acts as a preventive medicine against typhoid fever if given early and in low potency.
3. EUPATORIUM PERFOLIATUM :
– Adapted to various types of Intermittent fever eg Dengue, Bilious fever, Influenza, etc.
– Having every 3rd or 7 the day periodicity. Paroxysm generally between 7 to 9 a.m.
– Bruised feeling as if broken all over the body.
– Insatiable thirst before and during chill and fever.
4. GELSEMIUM SEMPERVIRENS :
– Indicated in any and every type of fever, Intermittent, remittent or continuous.
– Pulse is slow, soft and compressible. Tongue is trembling with complete absence of thirst.
– Dullness, dizziness and drowsiness accompanied with muscular weaknesses and desire for absolute rest.
– Has also proved prophylactic against Influenza.
5. PYROGENUM :
– It’s a great Homoeopathic dynamic antiseptic.
– Great remedy for all types of septic fever like typhoid, puerperal fever, ptomaine poisoning or sewer gas infection.
– Having sudden heat with rise of temperature upto 103° to 106° F. Dry, burning skin with soreness of the parts.
– Pulse abnormally rapid, 140 to 170 per minute with offensive sweat and pus like taste in mouth.
6. CINCHONA OFFICINALIS :
– Earlier stage of acute disease in intermittent fever.
– Intermittent paroxysm return every weak. All stages are well marked.
– Free perspiration caused by every little exertion, especially on single parts.
– Thirst before and after chill. He wants to be near the stove but it increases the chill.
7. MURIATIC ACID :
– Fever caused by heat of summer and sun.
– Debility and prostration out of proportion to illness. Patient slides down in bed, lower jow hangs down with great debility.
– Heat at night with palpitation of heart which is felt in the face.
8. VERATRUM VIRIDE :
– Frequently required for puerperal fever, milk fever, enteric fever or pneumonia.
– It’s due to exposure to cold or sun rays or extreme heat, even after suppression of lochia.
– Onset is sudden and violent. There is hyperthermia in evening and hypothermia in morning.
– Pulse is full and hard, great weaknesses.