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Is Natrum Mur a strong anti Psoric remedy?

I have a couple of questions:

Is Natrum Mur a strong anti-Psoric remedy?

If Natrum Mur is of benefit but the benefit is not perminent will Psorinum complete the recover if given as an intercurrent remedy?

Is it possible to give a Psorinum on the outset for Psoric cases where Natrum Mur may be otherwise the simillimum?
  eurostar on 2007-11-15
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This is the best and most trusted table for miasms.


There so many antimiasmatic medicines for each miasm. Determining the Miasm is only a part of the case taking.

Other charecteristic symptoms too should tally with the remedy.

There are many medicines to be considered when there is lack of progress on a well indicated remedy. Some of them are Sulphur, Capsicum, Psorinum.

If the patient is a hot one, better in a colder atmosphere, there is no way psorinum is going to help.

The choice of the remedy is never automatic, even when there is a block.

gavinimurthy last decade
Thanks murthy for giving a useful link.

dr. mahfooz
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
Dear Dr.Mahfooz

You may find this article too very useful.


Banerjea is considered an authority on miasmatic analysis.

gavinimurthy last decade
Thanks again
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
Thanks for that information Murthy. I have found it very useful.

I have look at the article on prescribing miasmic remedies and I have found that my symptoms cover all three miasms (Psora, Sycosis and Syphilis). The leading tri-miasmic remedies are : Arg.Nit., Calcarea.Carb., Carcinosin, Causticum, Hydrophobinum (Lyssin), Hep.sulph., Lycopodium., Merc sol, Nitric acid., Phosphorus, Stellaria media, Sulphur, Tuberculinum.

2 remedies that have helped me previously but which are not deep acting anti-miasmic remedies are Nat Mur and Anacardium. These are both warm remedies (better in cold atmosphere). Am I right in understanding that when trying to find an anti-miasmic remedy that would suit me it is better to look at the warm remedies (better in cold atmosphere) such as Phos and rule out Lyco for example?
eurostar last decade

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