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Muriaticum Acidum - Generalities symptoms - Hahnemann

Muriatic Acid, Muriat. Acid, Acidum muriaticum, Acid Mur, Mur-ac.

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

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So tired in his limbs, that he has often to stand still, when walking.

Great prostration and lassitude, in the evening, after walking.

Great prostration, lassitude and drowsiness, with dimness of vision; she fell asleep at the table.

Lassitude, when walking and standing, so that he fell asleep while sitting.

Drowsiness, with yawning, in the morning (2d d.).

Sleep and dreams

Sleeplessness before midnight.

Sleeplessness after midnight.

He cannot readily fall asleep, then only sleeps lightly, and yet, he cannot rouse himself from sleep properly nor get thoroughly awake (aft. 3 h.).

Sleeplessness at night, on account of great ebullition of blood and heat with perspiration.

Restless night

without any particular cause, she cannot fall asleep, and is still drowsy in the morning (aft. 2 d.).

she cannot fall asleep for headache in her crown and in the left temple.

At 3 A.M., severe cough, with nausea and bilious vomiting.

At night, empty eructation and colic.

For two nights, nausea, with much eructation, on waking up.

Before midnight, he snores loudly and tosses about, but is easily awakened then.

At night, on awaking, he always finds himself lying on his back.

Before midnight, she tosses about, and often talks aloud in her sleep, but with a cheerful tone, but she often groans at the same time.

He slides down in the bed, and moans and groans in his sleep.

At night, in bed, sensation of weakness and difficulty in connecting the ideas.

She talks aloud in her sleep (before midnight), but she cannot be understood (and does not know anything about it in the morning).

Restless night; she wakes up every quarter of an hour, because now one part, then another is painful (4th d.).

Frequent awaking at night.

Frequent awaking, with tossing about in bed.

He always wakes up at 4 A.M., and cannot again fall asleep.

He awakes very cheerful before midnight, and cannot afterwards fall asleep again (4th d.).

In bed, in the morning, after awaking, qualmishness and inflation of the stomach, relieved, after rising, by emission of flatus.

Restless sleep, frequently interrupted with vivid, anxious dreams, and during sleep, profuse sweat all over, excepting the head.

Starting up after falling asleep, owing to restlessness in the body, but mostly in the lower limbs.

Dreams which excite anxiety, annoyance or joy.

Anxious dreams, at night.

Anxious, vivid dreams.

Anxious, frightful, vivid dreams.

Restless, vivid dreams, full of care and fear, with erection without seminal emission.

As soon as she has slept a while, she raves in her sleep.

Unremembered dreams.

Voluptuous dreams (the first 3 d.).

Dreams about lice and full of shame (7th d.).

Gladsome dreams of home.

Coldness at night, so that he cannot get warm; he tosses about in bed.

He was waked up before midnight by a chill, and could not get warm; he was less cold in the part of the body on which he lay; later on he became very warm and perspired (3d n.).

Chill in the morning, in bed, and, after rising, he had to stay near the stove all the forenoon.


Shooting itching, here and there on the body; it ceases after scratching, in the evening.

Oxygenated muriatic acid restores the irritability of the muscular fibre, that has been destroyed by alcohol and opium.

Twitching in all the limbs.

Attack of anguish at 8 P.M., with repletion in the abdomen, as if it would burst; the sweat ran down her head; her arms sank down, and she became languid, as if paralyzed.


Bruised pain in all the joints.

Pain in the periosteum of all the bones, as in intermittent fever.

Laziness, with extending and stretching, in the forenoon.

He will not or cannot move; it annoys him to move; he always wants to sit down.

Relaxed and lazy, though not wearied by walking.

Tottering gait, from weakness of the thighs.

Great weakness of the lower limbs, so that she can hardly keep up, and often falls.

Weariness, especially in the lower limbs, in the morning.

Great weariness, immediately after eating; it passes off toward evening.

Sensation of weariness in the whole body.

Her eyes closed for weariness, while sitting down, but when she rose and moved about she was wide awake at once.

Very sleepy in the afternoon (4th d.).

Great inclination to sleep, all the day.

When working, sleep almost closed his eyes.

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