Nat. Mur. - The Homeopathic Remedy

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Nat. Mur. - Uses, Benefits, Properties, Description, Effects and Details of Nat. Mur. explanation and other information

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Remedy Name/s: Common Name/s: Latin, Zoological, Botanical and mineralogical name/s:
Nat. Mur., Natrum Muriaticum Rock Salt, Sodium Chloride Sodium Chloride, Natrum Chloratum

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General description:
Sodium Chloride (table salt) is mined from underground deposits called Halite which is rack salt that has dried many years ago or from natural salt flats (or man made salt flats) where the dried deposits are collected and sold to the refiners of table salt.
Salt is present in virtually all food that we eat and it is not necessary to add salt to food for nutritional purposes. Salt is a vital part of all life forms performing many of the essential metabolic functions and facilitating neurotransmissions. Deficiencies cause cramps and fatigue while excessive intake will increase blood pressure and risk of hypertension related diseases like heart attacks and strokes.

Remedy preparation:
The coarse rock salt is boiled up and filtered. The resulting mixture is evaporated to farm sodium chloride which is then triturated with lactose sugar to make the base remedy or mother tincture.

History:
Roman soldiers were paid in salt during the time of the Roman Empire when salt was extremely valuable and used as money in the markets (the word "salary" originated from this practice). In those days salt was made by boiling sea water and it took a lot of water and even more firewood to produce a kilogram of pure dried salt.
In ancient times salt was of great value, not only for its seasoning properties in cooking but also as a preservative of foods at a time when refrigeration was not an option.

Remedy profile:
Sensitive people benefit from this remedy. They tend to inhibitions, irritability, depression and although they keep their emotions under tight control are easily hurt by criticism or a lack of acceptance when they become moody and self-centered. Nat. Mur. is also good for premenstrual tension and grief.
Physical symptoms are often a mucosal discharge and/or fluid retention associated with headaches and cold sores.

Key Symptoms:
Suppressed emotions, runny discharges, self-centered depression and sadness, worse for heat.

Used for treatment of:

Menstrual and Vaginal problems:
Slimy, wet vaginal discharge. Irregular menstrual cycle (or halted menstrual cycle due to grief). Extreme tiredness before and after menstruation. Headaches and water retention during menstruation.

Backache

Coughs, Catarrh, colds and Influenza:
Thin watery runny nose. Discharge often colorless but relentless in the mornings. There may be a dry hacking cough after a period of wet, watery chest congestion.

Migraines and other headaches:
Throbbing headaches with blurred vision (in some people blurred vision does not always accompany migraines).

Fatigue

Warts and boils:
Verrucas, Plantar Warts (foot warts) boils and pussy pimples.

Greasy skin conditions:
Oily skin normally accompanied by dandruff and greasy hair.

Blisters

Cold sores

Psoriasis:
Psoriasis and hives often respond to this remedy.

Cracked, dry lips

Fluid retention:
Puffiness of the face, swollen ankles due to fluid/urine retention.

Constipation.

Indigestion


General Symptoms Worse for:
Factors/Conditions that make the symptoms worse
Heat,
Hot sun,
Stuffy rooms
Cold, wet weather
Overeating
Emotional stress

General Symptoms Better for: Factors/Conditions that improve symptoms
Fresh air
Cool showers
Sweating
Fasting
Tight clothes
Lying in the dark (mostly headaches)
 

 

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