1. – Numbness and tingling in all parts.
2. – Skin dry, burning hot, intense thirst for cold water, red face sometimes changing to pale.
3. – Croupy cough, awakening in first sleep, particularly with children after dry, cold west wind.
4. – Conjunctivitis resulting from exposure to dry, cold winds, from surgical operations or from a foreign body in the eye.
5. – Cannot bear the pain, or to be touched, or to be uncovered.
6. – First stages of inflammatory fevers, before localization, eruption, or exudation has occurred, characterized by great anxiety, and restlessness, often in chilly stages, before febrile symptoms have developed.
7. – Hemoptysis, the blood comes up with an easy hawking, hemming or some coughing, either after mental excitement, after drinking wine, or exposure to dry cold air.
8. – Numbness of the left arm, can scarcely move the head.
9. – Predicts the day she is to die, especially in pregnancy or child-bed.
10. – From rising up the red face turns deadly pale.
11. – Heat with thirst, hard full frequent pulse, anxious impatience, inappeasable, beside himself tossing about with agony.
12. – After a fright with vexation during menses to prevent suppression.
13. – After a violent chill, dry heat and lancinating pain in chest.
14. – Stools like chopped spinach, in summer complaint.
15. – Complaints, especially respiratory, from sudden suppression of perspiration by exposure to cold, especially cold winds.
(SEVEN-HUNDRED RED LINE SYMPTOMS from COWPERTHWAITE’S MATERIA MEDICA ; Written by Class of 1897 of Chicago Homoeopathic Medical ; Rewritten by J. W. Hutchison, M. D. of Saginaw, Mich.)