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Natrum Carbonicum - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - T.F. Allen

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

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HPUS indication of Natrum Carbonicum: Head congestion

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




Lively, sociable mood,

Excessively lively all day, with great joyous talkativeness,

Every event makes a strong impression upon her; a wavy trembling in the nerves, with a sensation of faintness,

So much excited by the slightest cause, that he continued to talk with passionate vehemence, until exhausted,

Disinclination to talk (sixth day),

Great inclination to sing, and singing to himself half aloud, for several days (after twenty-four hours),


Lachrymose, for several days,

Sad, depressed (twenty-ninth day),

Sad, melancholy, tremulous, and inclined to weep, with constant sighing, and physical prostration (fourth day),

Intolerable melancholy and apprehension; she was wholly occupied with sad thoughts (second day),

Sorrowful mood (after six days),

Depressed, extremely despondent mood,

Anxious, 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,

Anxiety, with tremulous beating of the whole body,

Anxiety and restlessness; he thought he could do nothing properly,

Anxiety and hasty restlessness all day; he could not keep the limbs still, especially the arms; obliged to stretch them; it seemed as though they would be torn asunder,

Daily attacks of anxiety, with perspiration on the face, several times a day, lasting a quarter of an hour, without pain,

The weather causes less anxiety than usual (curative action),

Feeling of apprehension in the head (after three days),

His fancy is mostly busy with apprehensions of the future; he often makes plans for half an hour at a time, as if it would go wrong with him, wherewith he seeks to be alone, for several days together (after twelve days),

Great apprehensiveness after dinner, lasting till evening (twenty-first day),

She does not know what to do, on account of apprehensiveness and ennui, and thinks that she is quite lonely and forsaken, all day (sixth day),

Dread of the open air; she is averse to it,

Dread of taking cold (second day),

Great timidity,

He is very timid, and starts at the slightest noise (twelfth day),

Anthropophobia and fearfulness (second day),

He shuns mankind,

Ill-humored and solicitous,

Ill-humor, discontented and almost inconsolable,

Very ill-humored after supper, especially after copious drinking, with pressure in the pit of the stomach, right and left hypochondrium (twentieth day),

Fretful mood, almost constantly till the thirtieth day,

Fretfulness without cause,

Fretfulness, in the evening (after ten hours),

Fretful, though with a desire to work,

Fretful and peevish; one can do nothing right (fifth day),

Fretful, peevish, and ill-humored, after eating; towards evening he was more lively (fourth day),

Very fretful for several days after dinner, and still more after supper,

Very fretful, peevish, and restless after dinner; he is uncomfortable everywhere; the room seems too small for him, and even in the open air he walks about without anything seeming right to him; it diminished towards evening (first and fourth days),

Very fretful and discontented with the whole world; he constantly felt as though he could beat himself, his whole life angered him, and he preferred to have no existence at all; he was solicitous about the future, and inclined to despair, all day (second day),

Peevish (after twenty-four hours),

Peevish, irritable mood,

Inclined to anger,

Easily provoked to anger; with a lively mood,

She becomes vexed and angry about trifles,

He is angry, and inclined to fight and strike, and cannot tolerate contradiction, in the forenoon (eleventh day),

Very sensitive, in the forenoon, as after a vexation (after two days),

Alternately sad and joyous,

Indifference (after ten days),


Resolute, persevering, self-possessed, courageous,

Sensation of loss of will power, in the morning on waking,

Mood sluggish, phlegmatic, indolent (fifth day),

Dislike for business; he goes about idly, but when once at work, it goes on as usual (after three days),

He has no desire to do anything, and can keep at nothing long,

Ennui; he is absorbed in himself, and does not even know how he is, in the morning (fourth day),

Weary of life, in the morning on waking (eighteenth day),

Weakness of thought,

Inability to think acutely or persistently, with vertigo,

He cannot think easily; the power of concentration fails him,

Internal restlessness,

Distraction of mind, in the morning (sixteenth day),

Completely inattentive,

Dulness of sense; he stares without thought, as if stunned by a blow,

Very forgetful; he is obliged to think a long time before anything comes to him (third and thirteenth days),

He easily makes mistakes in writing (after fourteen days),

Stupefaction, in the morning on waking, that only gradually passes away,

Almost unconscious of external objects; he reels while walking,

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