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Adverse reaction to Nat Mur?

I saw a homeopath on Monday who gave me a 200C does of Nat Mur. Since taking the remedy, I have felt extremely frantic/anxious (racing thoughts, tight chest) and am unable to sleep because of this--its almost like I feel like I'm on some kind of stimulant drug. Additionally I have been nauseaous, have a weird after-taste in my mouth and have gotten dizzy several times. Furthermore, none of my initial symptoms that caused me to seek a homeopathic remedy (fatigue, extremely blocked & chronic sinitus, ear pressure) seem to have improved either.

Since none of these 'new' symptoms existed before the remedy so I think it is a bad reaction to the nat mur and not any type of 'healing crisis'. I was under the impression homeopathic remedies had no adverse reactions but I cannot believe a sudden onset of these symptoms immediately afterthe remedy is merely a coincidence. Is it possible to have a 'bad reaction' to nat mur? What do i do next to counteract these?
  riskitgirl on 2009-10-30
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
how many doses of nat mur have you taken and at what frequency.

if its just a couple of doses, you may be very senstive to potencies and thus its better for you to start with a lower potency.

for now, you must wait and see if this 'healing crisis'finally gets you the cure.
rishimba last decade

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