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help me to find correct remedy: I think I am Natrum Mur personality with these symptoms? 3

 

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Nat Mur personality

I fit literally almost EVERY SINGLE personality trait of Nat Mur. I have many of the physical and emotional and behavioral signs. I have felt drawn to this remedy for years for myself and my issues. I feel very very strongly that this is what I need. However...there are two things that do not fit and I wonder if this can still be ok for me?


One of the things is that I do not have excessive thirst, and the other is that I am not drawn to like the taste of salt...quite the contrary.

Can this still be my remedy? I'm pretty sure that if I typed everything in to the Remedy Finder it would come up as 90% Nat Mur.

Thank you.
 
  smpwk on 2020-11-13
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Somethings to consider.
1. You do not need to match everything in materia medica.
2. There is a difference between acute illness and chronic illness. For example, you are out in a cold wind and come home shortly after with sudden flu symptoms. This resembles Aconitum.
So you would take the remedy matching the acute to cure.
3.
If for your mental state, start with one dose of 30c.
Wait 24 hours. If reaction , good or bad, wait again till things seem to stall. Dosing is done by individual reactions. You stay with that potency until you have exhausted it.
[Edited by simone717 on 2020-11-13 23:36:49]
 
simone717 3 months ago

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