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|Morbid states||inflammations become febrile||fevers related to serious humor, rheumatism||lassitude||loss of vigour|
|Functional power||deficient energy||deficient digestive power||difficult digestion|
|Subjective sensations||bitter taste, excessive thirst, burning at cardia||Lack of desire for fluids||mucoid salivation, sleepiness||insomnia, wakefulness|
|Physical signs||high pulse rate, lassitude||flaccid joints||diarrhea, swollen eyelids, rough skin, acquired habit||rough skin, acquired habit|
|Foods & medicines||calefacients harmful, infrigidants beneficial||infrigidants harmful, calefacients beneficial||moist articles harmful||dry regimen harmful, humectants beneficial|
|Relation to weather||worse in summer||worse in winter||bad in autumn|
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