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Natrum Muriaticum and Natrum Phosphoricum together?

Can I take Natrum Muriaticum and Natrum Phosphoricum at the same time?

I seem to have symptoms related to both of them..

Acid reflux, gas, edema, one ear is hot and red, ringing in the ears, dizziness after eating.

Thank You
  Sakura8 on 2012-05-13
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It is better to take remedies one by one if you are taking the remedies in 30C+ potency.

If you are taking the remedies in 6x potency, you may take remedies at a time.
kadwa last decade
Hello Kadwa,

Thanks for your reply.

About Natrum Muriaticum. Do you know why it can cause heart palpitations? I have read some people on this forum developed it after using Natrum Muriaticum.

As I already have heart palpitations, I would not want to take something that can increase it.

Thank You
Sakura8 last decade
Homoeopathic remedies often increase the symptoms they are given to cure. This is the homoeopathic principle of Like cures Like - what a remedy can cause it can also cure. Because it causes similar symptoms the first reaction may often be a temporary 'worsening'.

Aggravation of your symptoms should then be followed by amelioration (improvement). This is how homoeopathy works...assuming the remedy is being given for the right reasons.

If you feel you have symptoms relating to both remedies, then you have not yet found the right remedy. Homoeopathy is a complex medical system, not well suited to self-prescribing.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade

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