Typhoid Fever


from Hydrothermic Remedies...

High fever, slow pulse, diarrhea

For toxic Effects on CV, nervous and renal systems:-

  • Push water even with small retention Enemas, if severe diarrhea may need IV fluids.
  • Maintain electrolyte balance
  • Gentle Cold Tub Bath

To increase Elimination of toxins and germs:-

To combat Diarrhoea

  • charcoal dose after each bout

For stomach or bowel bleeding:-


from Dr JH Kellogg's Prescriptions...

General Method:

  • Begin Antipyretics first, before even a positive diagnosis as early vigorous treatment shortens duration, diminishes intensity, lowers mortality and hastens convalescence
    • Treat Hyperpyrexia promptly and then Fever as progress is made
  • During first 3-7 days of fever - Fruit Juices only, especially grape
  • Water Drinking - or by IV at least 125ml per hour


  • Prolonged heat
  • Short cold
  • vigorous friction
  • In complications such as heart failure avoid
    • extreme cold procedures use mild ones instead

Etiological Problems:

  • Prevent Further Infections - find and use only clean water
  • Suppress Bacterial Growth in Intestines
    • no solid or rich food so no meat or broths,
    • Fruit and fruit juices and dextrinised cereals

Pathological Problems:

Clinical Problems:

Complications due to secondary infections or toxins:

During Convalescence:



from Dr GK Abbott's Prescriptions...


  • to sustain vital resistance, heart action, circulation, elimination until the body has built up immunity.
  • Do not reduce the fever unless it is 39.5°C.
  • to reduce toxicity's effects on the CNS, circulation and kidneys.
  • Cold treatments accomplish all this

Daily Programme:

  • daily (mid-morning and afternoon)
  • For temperature control: Continuous cooling eg Cooling Coil or
  • tepid Rectal Irrigation as does not disturb patient unduly
  • for cutaneous stimulation: rubbing cold treatments once or twice
  • Water Drinking



Antipyretic when fever 39.5°C or above:-

for Retention Fever

Chronic case


use milder Graduated Tonic Colds