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Natrum Carbonicum - Generalities symptoms - Clarke

Carbonate Of Sodium, Nat-carb, Natrium carbonicum, Nat Carb, natcarb, Nat-c.

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HPUS indication of Natrum Carbonicum: Head congestion

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

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Paralytic, contusive pain in morning, and great lassitude in limbs.

Lassitude, so great as to cause sinking down, after a moderate walk.


Irresistible disposition to sleep, with much yawning, by day, with deferred sleep in evening, and difficulty to wake in morning.

Uneasy sleep, full of vivid dreams, sometimes confused and lascivious, with violent erections and pollutions.

Dreams; pleasant; amorous.

Anxious dreams, which, after waking, seem to be true.

Dreams about travelling.

At night, great uneasiness in body, ebullition of blood, palpitation of heart, and nightmare, toothache, colic, and vertigo with anguish.

Jerking and shocks during sleep.

Waking too early.


Mucus in urine.

Nocturnal erections; nocturnal pollutions.

Bad smell of the expectoration.

Troubles appearing in the back part of head; also heel.

Cutting pain in the outer parts.


Old sprains; one who is easily sprained, i.e., a disposition to be sprained by any exertion.

Exanthema purulent, or filled with pus.

Falling out of the hair.

Inclination to perspire, which may be caused by any exertion.

Cramp-like tearing, principally in arms and legs.

Paralytic drawings and tearings in joints, esp. in evening and at night.

Contractions of muscles (hands, bend of the knee, neck).

Contraction of tendons.

Jerkings in limbs, joints, and muscles.

Tingling, stinging in muscles.

Strong tendency to dislocations, and to strain back.

Swelling and induration of glands.

Symptoms agg. during a storm.

Most symptoms manifest themselves when seated, and are amel. by movement, pressure, or rubbing.

Anguish, trembling, and sweat, during pains.

Great agitation of whole body in evening.

Excessive morbid sensibility; with trembling, also when playing the piano.

Relaxation and want of stability in whole body (in morning).

Unsteady gait.

Heaviness and indolence, esp. in morning, with fear of movement.

It hurts to lie on the l. side.

Prolonged weakness.

Emaciation, with pale complexion, dilated pupils, and deep-coloured urine.

Repugnance to open air.

Great tendency to chill, followed by coryza, or colic with diarrhoea.

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