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Magnesia Muriatica - Generalities symptoms - Hahnemann

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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Magnesia Muriatica in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.



Severe fatigue in the lower limbs, when waking in the open air, so that she had frequently to sit down.

When walking, tired at once; when at rest, pain in the hip-joint, as if dislocated.

Great lassitude (aft. 3 d.).

Tired, as if bruised, and as if he had not slept enough, in the morning.

Very much prostrated, weary and vexed in the forenoon.

Heavy in the lower limbs and tired as after a long journey (aft. 7 d.).

Frequent yawning, with lassitude and indisposition to mental work.

Frequent yawning the whole day, worst after dinner.

Yawning, with eructation and water in the mouth.

Frequent yawning, with chill and goose-skin and constant tenesmus and cutting in the abdomen, an hour after dinner.

Drowsiness by day.

His sleep is not refreshing; he is tired in the morning (aft. 17 d.).

Sleep and dreams

She cannot open her eyes, for quite a while in the morning, for sleepiness (aft. 2 d.).

She is still sleepy in the morning, and it is hard for her to get wide awake, for a long time.

Late in waking up, with difficulty he tears open his eyes.

Late in waking up, with yawning, as if he had not done sleeping (the first days).

She is very late in falling asleep in the evening (aft. 5 d.).

She could not fall asleep before 11 P.M. on account of great heat and thirst; after midnight, perspiration.

In the evening, he cannot easily fall asleep, and tosses about restlessly in his bed; in the morning, he wakes up late, and with difficulty gets his eyes open (the first days).

He found it difficult to get to sleep, was restless and rolled about in his bed.

At night, she wakes up at 3 A.M., and cannot get to sleep again.

He woke up at 2 A.M. and could not go to sleep for an hour; his restlessness drove him out of his bed and made him walk about in his room; at the same time sourish taste in his mouth.

Before midnight, anxiety and heat; after midnight, perspiration and thirst.

In the evening in bed, as soon as she closes her eyes, restlessness in the whole body (aft. 11 d.).

In the evening in bed, a shaking only in the upper part of the body, almost without chill and heat.

In the morning in bed, while fully awake, a jerk running from the heel through the whole body, as from an electric shock or fright.

Restless sleep, with frequent awaking (aft. 12 d.).

At night, she could not find rest in any position, and had to keep turning over (aft. 27 d.).

At night, great restlessness, she keeps rolling about and cannot go to sleep for heat (aft. 14 d.).

Sleepless night, on account of violent toothache.

Restless sleep, on account of sensation of heaviness in the abdomen.

At 2 A.M., awaking from cutting in the hypogastrium and then lancination, first in the scrobiculus cordis, then in the cardiac region, worse on inspiring.

Restless, sleepless night, on account of violent pains in the sacrum, which force him to move constantly.

At night, the hands and feet are asleep, with painfulness.

Pain in the back and sacrum disturbed his morning sleep, and always recurred when he fell asleep again.

Frequent awaking, on account of the great heat.

Talking in sleep (aft. 8 d.).

Snoring in sleep (aft. 10 d.).

Starting up in sleep, before midnight (aft. 9 d.).

Anxious dream, with heaviness on the chest, like a nightmare; she wanted to cry out, but could not (aft. 2 d.).

Many vivid dreams, but they cannot be recalled.

When going to sleep, all manner of things come before her fancy, frightful dreams of falling down, etc.

Agreeable dreams, of weddings, dancing etc.

Dreams about traveling.

Disgraceful dreams.

Many anxious dreams.

Dreams about deceased persons.

Frightful dreams of mortal danger, misfortune, mutilation, robbers, etc.

Dreams of straying in the woods.

Dreams of inundation.

Dreams of fire.


On the body, here and there, burning tension, e.g., on the right ribs, on the left shoulder, etc.

Tearing, here and there, only transient, at night.

Now here, now there, a spasmodic nerve-pain, sometimes boring, sometimes contractive, and especially in the scapulae and the chest; at the same time a severe nervous headache, beginning in the sinciput, with drawing in the ears; sometimes shooting tearing in the head.

Most of the ailments arise when sitting, and are usually lightened by moving.

In the open air she seems to feel better, except her chest troubles.

She could not bear the open air for three days and three nights.

Great weariness in the lower limbs, even when sitting down (during the menses).

Great weariness of the lower limbs, during almost the whole time of proving.

Sudden weariness of the lower limbs, from the afternoon till evening.

Faint feeling, with vertigo, in the morning (aft. 11 d.).

Languid and tremulous, in hands and feet after dinner.

Painfulness of the whole body as if bruised.

Heaviness in various parts, in the thighs, knees, calves, hips, etc.

Sensation in the whole body, as if everything was too heavy (11th d.).

Weak even to falling down, and as if broken on the wheel in all the limbs, in the forenoon (aft. 28 d.).

Trembling in the hands and feet.

Unsteadiness in the feet, in the morning and evening, in starting to walk.

Reeling walk (aft. 28 d.).

He feels very ill (aft. 17 d.).

After bathing for five minutes in the North Sea, she became so weak, as if all her vital spirits had left her, she could hardly speak for weakness (aft. sever. h.).

Great sensitiveness; her head even pains from merely hearing others speak, from speaking herself, and from every step; at the same time little appetite and diminished taste and smell, in the morning (aft. 28 d.).

Fainting fit at dinner, with anxiety, nausea and paleness of the face; things turn green and red before her eyes, and her whole body trembles; then eructation after which she felt better (27th d.).

Very sleepy, lazy and indisposed to work (aft. 25 d.).

In the forenoon, great sleepiness.

In the evening, she soon gets sleepy and sleeps well at first; but after midnight she perspires, with thirst.

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