Dailymail reports that, Issaf al-Kasasbeh is believed to have fainted after learning that her son, Moaz, had suffered such a barbaric killing, according to Jordanian media.
Dr Ali Hamiada, the director of Karak Hospital in Jordan, said her condition was stable.
News of her illness came as her husband Safi al-Kasasbeh demanded a swift and brutal retaliation
to his son's murder.
Jordan followed through on its promise to execute two ISIS-linked prisoners, including a would-be female suicide bomber, in what it claimed would be an 'earth-shattering' response.
But Mr al-Kasasbeh said this did not go far enough.
'I demand the revenge be greater than executing prisoners. I demand the ISIS organisation be annihilated.'
'This murderous organisation, made up of militants from all the world countries, is acting in barbaric ways, violating all the international laws, codes of ethics, and prisoners' conventions.'That is why I strongly demand the government to swiftly take revenge for the blood of Moaz and the dignity of our country, he told Al Jazeera.