6th Dimensional HealingFor: Fever

Step #1:

Figure out your Knee-jerk-reaction-to-fever medicine:

(You are picking from one of these four: Apis, Arscenicum, Belladonna, Sabina.) You will need to write down each family member's Knee Jerk fever medicine. Believe me, when the time comes and you're sick, you will not be able to think clearly.

#1 of 4: Apis

Keynote: Pains like bee stings.

Characteristic: Bag-like, puffy swelling under the eyes. Great sensitiveness to touch. Pain: burning, stinging, sore; suddenly migrating from one part to another. Aggravation: warm or heated rooms are intolerable. Sudden vomiting.

Chill: With thirst, always in chill, absent in heat and sweat stage. Oppression of chest as though patient would smother. Breaks out in urticaria (rash) before and during chill.

Heat: Chilliness on moving or uncovering during heat. Burning, hot, dry skin all over. Great oppression and burning in the chest, with sensation of smothering. Itching, burning nettle-rash, in this state. The heat of the room is intolerable.

Sweat: Perspiration may alternate with dryness of the skin.

#2 of 4: Arscenicum

Keynote: Septic infections.

Characteristic: Anxious fear of death. Anxious restlessness. Great thirst for cold water; drinks often but little at a time. Pains in bowels and watery diarrhea. Worse in the open air.

Chill: Irregular. Mingling or alternating chills with heat. Ameliorated by external heat. Thirst not always present. If drinks, drinks little and often, generally for hot drinks. Internal chill.

Heat: Feels burning heat but skin cold to the touch. Insatiable thirst; drinks little and often. Heat as if hot water were coursing through the blood vessels. Heat following the chill is dry, burning, unbearable, lasts three or four hours.

Sweat: Rarely occurs, light if any; but cold and clammy. Unquenchable thirst for large quantities of cold water, with vomiting after drinking. Sweat with thirst for several hours then no sweat but dry heat continuing all night.

#3 of 4: Belladonna

Keynote: Sudden and violent.

Characteristic: Rush of blood to head and face. Pains come on suddenly, last indefinitely, cease suddenly.

Chill: Without thirst. A violent chill. Chill, with violent, bursting, frontal headache. Dread of light and noise. Pale face, when lying down; red face when sitting up. Feet ice-cold; can scarcely be warmed, while face is red and bloated. Congestive chill, with red face, delirium and bursting headache. Chill internal, with external burning heat.

Heat: Intense, with great thirst and desire for cold water, yet everything he drinks feels as if too cold. Forehead hot, with cold face and cold cheeks. Burning heat within and without; burning heat of the body. Extreme distended superficial blood-vessels, like whip-cords on the skin. Violent, bursting congested headache, with strong pulsations of arteries. Very red face; delirium. Constant dry burning heat with sweat only on head. Adverse to uncovering. Sensitive to light and noise.

Sweat: On covered parts only, or on covering parts ever so little. Sweat sudden, evanescent; during sleep, day or night, with gradual relief of pain absent.

#4 of 4: Sabina

Keynote: Flushes of heat in the face, while the rest of the body is chilly

Characteristic: Aggravation: From least motion; warm air or warm room. Amelioration: in cool, open, fresh air.

Chill: Chilliness all day; one chill after another. On lying down, in the evening, attacks of shivering chilliness. Shivering, with obscuration of sight, followed by sleepiness. Shuddering, with gooseflesh. Cold feeling, as if it were standing in cold water.

Heat: Burning, of the whole body, with great restlessness. Flushes of heat in face, rest of body chilly; with icy-cold hands and feet. Intense, with great thirst and desire for cold water, yet everything he drinks feels as if too cold.

Sweat: Night-sweats. Sweats easily; profuse on feet.


Step #2:

Purchase these 14 medicines in the 30c potency:

Apis, Arscenicum, Baptista, Belladonna, Bryonia, Carbo Veg, Gelsemium, Nux Vomica, Phosphorus, Pyrogen, Rhus Tox, Sabina, Veratrum, Veratrum Viride. These medicines are part of your Home Kit except two: Baptista, Veratrum Viride.


Step #3:

Print out instructions and the 14 medicine descriptions:

Instructions on how to take the medicines you bought:

  • Take the 30c potency every four hours during the fever of the Knee Jerk medicine.
  • Print out these descriptions (right below) of the 14 fever medicines.

    Each virus is different. Once past the knee-jerk reaction stage, the virus will manifest in your body in a particular fashion. Your job will be to match the keynote vibration(s) and take the next medicine(s).

  • Choose a virus-specific medicine from the list of 14. Take it once or twice a day in 30c.
  • Stay with the fever the first few days. Watch the fever. If the symptom picture changes, pick out again from the list, and take the next medicine.
  • Whew! The worse is over. Now, get ready to take the rest of the medicines, like cough, congestion, hangover, weakness. Use the Ailment Index first, and if what you are looking for is not listed, then look in the Keynote Index,

Virus-Specific Medicines:

Apis Keynote: Pains like bee stings. Sudden vomiting. Heat stage: Chilliness on moving or uncovering. Burning, hot, dry skin all over. The heat of the room is intolerable. Great oppression and burning in the chest, with smothering. Itching, burning nettle-rash. Sweat stage: Perspiration may alternate with dryness of the skin.

Arscenicum Keynote: Septic infections. Heat stage: Feels burning heat but skin cold to the touch. Heat as if hot water were coursing through the blood vessels.

Baptista Keynote: In whatever lying position, the parts rested upon feel sore and bruised. Indescribable sick feeling all over. Generally weak, restless, uneasy.

Belladonna Keynote: Sudden and violent. Heat stage: Violent, bursting congested headache. Constant dry burning heat with sweat only on head. Adverse to uncovering.

Bryonia Keynote: Aggravation from any motion. Exceedingly irritable; everything makes him angry.

Carbo Veg. Keynote: Must have more air. Desire to be constantly fanned. Must have more air. The simplest food disagrees. Excessive gas in stomach and intestines. As if stomach would burst.

Gelsemium Keynote: Great lassitude. Tired, languid feeling in back and limbs. Wants to avoid all muscular exertion. Wants to lie still. Great prostration of whole muscular system.

Nux Vomica Keynote: Tired on waking. Chill stage:Coldness of the whole body, with blue hands and blueness of the skin. Great coldness, relieved neither by warmth of the stove (heater), nor by covering in bed. Excessively sensitive to cold air. Heat stage: Great heat; whole body burning hot, yet patient must be covered up. Roaring in the ears.

Phosphorus Keynote: Hemorrhages from various organs. Longs for cold food and drink; juicy, refreshing things. As soon as water becomes warm in stomach it is thrown up. Slight wounds bleed profusely. Regurgitation of food, in mouthfuls, without nausea. Food scarcely swallowed, comes up again.

Pyrogen Keynote: Dynamic antiseptic. When the best selected remedy fails to permanently improve.

Rhus Tox Keynote: Better from continued motion. Languor and paralysis is well marked.

Sabina Keynote: Flushes of heat in the face, while the rest of the body is chilly. Chill stage: Shuddering, with gooseflesh. Cold feeling, as if it were standing in cold water.

Veratrum Keynote: Cold perspiration especially on the forehead. Collapse. Cold sweat on the forehead, with nearly all complaints. Attacks of fainting, from least exertion. Excessive weakness.Chill stage: The cold stage is so well marked that it overshadows all the other stages. Skin is bluish, cold, inelastic, with deficient reaction. Slow and weak reaction, that the patient scarcely recovers from one set of symptoms ere another begins. The temperature is generally subnormal.

Veratrum Viride Keynote: Utter prostration. Both Veratrum and Veratrum Viride have prostration. Veratrum has a "slow, defective reaction" whereas a Veratrum Viride person trembles, jerks, is threatened with spasms and convulsions, continually jerking or nodding his head. Veratrum has a stronger cold stage; Veratrum Viride has a stronger heat stage with intense fever and violent pain in the back.


(Descriptions taken from H.C. Allen's 1879, The Therapeutics of Intermittent Fever. He summarized for the Old Masters.)


That's all folks! If you can catch the virus at the fever stage, it will not morph, and complications like pneumonia will not happen. Should that happen, you will need to go to the fever chapter to find the complication remedy. This formula has worked for over 200 years and will work going forward!!!