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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Sad, dejected (29th d.).
Suffering in mind (aft. 6 d.).
Dread of men and timidity (29th d.).
He shuns men.
Great melancholy and apprehensiveness; only occupied with sad thoughts (2d d.).
Melancholy, sad, tremulous, and inclined to weep, with constant sighing and physical prostration.
Disposition to weep, for several days.
Apprehensiveness and ennui, so that she cannot contain herself; she deems herself altogether lonely and forsaken.
Great apprehensiveness, from the afternoon till evening (21st d.).
His fancy is mostly anxiously occupied with the future; he paints to himself what misfortunes might happen to him; and he seeks solitude for several days.
Less anxious than usual during a thunderstorm (curative effect).
Apprehensiveness, with quivering tremor all through the body.
Anxious and restless, he thinks he cannot do anything right.
Anxiously solicitous about himself.
Anxiety, in the evening after a foot-bath of three or four minutes, so that she could not fall asleep for an hour and a half.
Fits of anguish every day, with sweat of the face, several times a day, for a quarter of an hour, without pains.
Anxiety and hurried unrest, the whole day, he could not keep his limbs quiet, he had especially to stretch the arms; they felt as if they were drawn apart.
Restlessness (aft. 3 d.).
Great restlessness, in the evening, during mental occupation, e.g., during reading.
Restless all the day, now occupied with one thing, now with another, without completing the least thing.
Restlessness in the whole body, and peevishness (aft. 3 d.).
Restlessness and unsteadiness; he knew not what he wanted, nor what he should do or leave undone.
Sensation of irresolution, in the morning.
Passive, phlegmatic mood (5th d.).
Ennui, lost in thought, he knows not how he feels, in the morning.
Indisposed to business; he goes about idle, but when he is at work he works well.
Indisposed to talk (aft. 6 d.).
He has no pleasure in doing anything, and could not stay long at anything.
Indifferent (aft. 10 d.).
Tired of life, in the morning, on awaking (18th d.).
Playing on the piano for a short while fatigues her, with painful oppression of the chest, trembling all over the body, and languor, so that she had to lie down for a time before she could get rested (aft. 12 d.).
Every occurrence impresses her violently, a sort of tremulousness welling up in the nerves, with sensation of syncope.
Tendency to get frightened easily.
Readily frightened, he gets startled at the least noise.
Want of cheerfulness.
Oppressed, excessively dejected mood.
Ill-humored, discontented and almost inconsolable.
Peevish, but disposed to work.
Peevish mood, almost constant, up to the 30th day.
Out of humor and solicitous.
Peevish and cross, no one can do anything to suit her (5th d.).
Cross (aft. 24 h.).
Cross, without cause.
Crossness, in the evening (aft. 10 h.).
Cross, irritable disposition.
She is annoyed and gets passionate about trifles.
Peevish and cross, dissatisfied with all the world; he could have kicked himself; he would rather not live at all; at the same time solicitous about the future, so that he is ready to despair.
In a humor inclined to anger.
Extremely irritable to anger, with cheerful disposition.
Very sensitive, in the forenoon, as after an annoyance (aft. 2 d.).
Passionate; disposed to quarrel and fight, and cannot bear any contradiction (11th d.).
So much irritated by an ordinary provocation, that he speaks with the most vehement violence until he is exhausted.
Alternately in a sad and in a joyous mood.
In a joyous, sociable mood.
Great inclination to warble and sing half aloud to oneself, for several days (aft. 24 h.).
Extreme animation, all the day, with great, joyous talkativeness.
Resolute, persistent, equanimous, courageous.
Absent-mindedness, in the morning (aft. 15 d.).
He readily makes slips of the pen (aft. 14 d.).
Very forgetful, he has to think a long time over a matter, before he recalls it.
He is awkward in his behavior, and cannot do the simplest things.
Weakness of the thoughts.
He could not think well, he lacked the faculty of comprehending.
Inability to think acutely and continuously, accompanied with vertigo.
Obtuse; he looks down unthinking, as if he had been knocked on the head.
Frequent inability to collect himself.
Benumbed, reeling and heavy in the head, when exerting himself in working, especially in the sun.
Dull in the head, as after a prolonged sleep.
Gloominess and pain in the head, allowing no mental activity.
Numb feeling in the occiput, like a dull pressure, in the forenoon (aft. 18 d.).≡ more ...