Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Nat Mur in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
After supper, heartburn.
After eating and drinking, fullness and inflation of the gastric region.
After eating and more yet after drinking, inflation of the abdomen and sensation of relaxation, as if everything in it was loose.
After eating and drinking, pinching cutting in the abdomen.
After eating, a numb feeling in the head.
After supper, compression in the forehead.
After being thirsty, and drinking some warm milk, in the morning, immediately, heat in the whole body and tremulousness.
After little more than his usual supper, many confused dreams of crimes, for which he with others was called to account.
Before eating, great drowsiness.
After eating, he feels for several hours quite exhausted, and has to lie down.
Eructations tasting of the ingesta, even after several hours.
Bilious belching up.
Belching up of sour liquid, late in the evening.
Sour, scrapy regurgitation of the ingesta.
Sourish scraping in the fauces.
Like scraping heartburn in the throat.
Heartburn, the whole day, worse in the evening.
In the stomach, dull, disagreeable sensation, relieved by stooping.
Sensation at the upper orifice of the stomach and behind the sternum, as if a foreign body were lodged there.
Weight and tension, transversely across the parts below the scrobiculus cordis.
Sensation as if the scrobiculus was swollen hard, in the afternoon, with tension across the hypochondria.
Pressure in the gastric region.
Pressure in the stomach, in the morning, like a cold.
Pressure in the pit of the stomach, as if some hard body were tightly lodged in the stomach, compelling to deep respiration (at once).
Pressive and dull shooting pain in the scrobiculus cordis, downward.
Pressive pain below the scrobiculus cordis, above the navel, relieved by pressing upon it.
Oppression in the scrobiculus cordis, when standing.
Feeling of anguish in the scrobiculus cordis.
Cramp in the stomach, toward evening, through the night, till next morning.
Contractive cramp in the stomach at 3 P.M., with sensation of coldness in the stomach and back, till evening (4th d.).
Contractive pain in the region of the upper orifice of the stomach, in paroxysms.
Beating in the scrobiculus cordis, like heart-beats.
Pain as after a blow, on the left side near the scrobiculus cordis, sensible also when touched.
Shooting in the scrobiculus cordis (10th d.).
Small stitches on the right side near the stomach, daily about 2 or 3 P.M.
Very painful pricking in the stomach.
Burning in the scrobiculus cordis, in paroxysms.
At times heat, then again coldness in the scrobiculus cordis.
Small, red spots on the skin in the precordial region; when touched there are fine stitches which compel rubbing; and later there rise up itching pustules.
In the hepatic region, a violent pressive pain.
Feeling of stiffness in the hepatic region, when bending the trunk to the left side.
Painful tension in the right side of the abdomen.
Pinching pain in the right hypochondrium (19th d.).
Pinching pain in the right side of the abdomen, making it intolerable to lie on the left side (15th d.).
Drawing pain in the hepatic region.
Drawing pain in the hepatic region, downward; then pinching below the navel.
Shooting in the hepatic region, while sitting, every afternoon at two or three o'clock.
Scraping sensation in the hepatic region.
Pressive boring in the left hypochondrium, and then gloomy, pressive headache.
Shooting pressure in the left hypochondrium, mostly when walking fast.
Shooting in the left hypochondrium, when breathing.
Burning pain in the hypochondrium, toward evening.
The abdomen is often inflated and feels full.
Inflation of the abdomen from drinking, with splashing therein.
Tension about the hips, as if everything was too tight; she had to loosen her clothes.
Pain in the hypogastrium as from a load, sensible when walking.
Pressure in the hypogastrium, every morning for a quarter of an hour.
Pressure in the epigastrium.
Squeezing together in the left side of the abdomen, while walking and when lying down.
Contractive pain in the abdomen, toward evening; she had to bend double; relieved by walking.
Twitching contraction of the abdomen, in the morning, in bed.
Contractive hypogastric pains, like labor pains, with lassitude.
Colic resembling labor-pains while driving out.
Drawing like labor-pains in the hypogastrium, extending into the thighs.
Drawing pain in the umbilical region, toward the thighs.
Drawing, pinching pain in the left umbilical region, extending into the rectum and anus.
Pinching in the abdomen, as from worms, in the evening (17th d.).
Pinching pains in the abdomen, every afternoon.
Pinching in the fleshy part, first below the short ribs, then below the navel.
Pinching in the epigastrium, with gastric pains.
Frequent pinching, daily, in the whole epigastrium, in the sides of the abdomen and toward the sacrum.
Pinching pain in the abdomen, and as if sore, in the morning in bed, then pressive pain and as if sore in the back and in the scapulae, ceasing after rising.
Shooting pinching above the navel.
Pressing pinching in the epigastrium.
Cutting colic, in the morning in bed, for several mornings.
Cutting pains in the abdomen, in the morning, on rising from bed.
Cutting pain in the abdomen, beginning in the morning, but worse in the afternoon.
Cutting in the abdomen, with rumbling.
Constant stitches in the left hypogastrium.
Pain in the abdomen, as if everything would be torn.
In walking, the intestines of the hypogastrium are painful, as if they were loose and too heavy, and would fall out.
The inguinal region is painful, when rising from the seat, and when walking briskly (aft. 11 d.).
Sprained pain in the left groin.
The inguinal hernia protrudes.
Swelling of an inguinal gland.
Flatulent colic, especially when moving (almost at once).
Fermentation in the abdomen.
Gurgling in the abdomen, as from diarrhoea.
Grumbling and growing in the abdomen, for many weeks.
After a meal, nausea, for half an hour.
After a meal, acidity in the mouth for half an hour.
After every meal, acidity in the mouth and dryness in the throat.
After dinner, burning, rising up from the stomach, and sour eructation, for two afternoons.
After a meal, long after, taste in the mouth of the food eaten, especially with food somewhat sourish.
After a meal, he long retains in his mouth the taste of the food eaten, or he smells it in his nose.
After dinner, pressure and fullness of the stomach.
Immediately after a meal, inflated abdomen, heat in the face, slumber, then taste in the mouth as from herbs, with stupefaction and intoxication in the head.
After a meal, compressive griping in the pit of the stomach.
After a meal, sore pressive sensation in the stomach.
After a meal, rumbling in the abdomen.
After a meal, pressive sensation in the forehead.
After dinner, inclination to lie down, drowsiness, and inability to think (aft. 6 h.).
After dinner, drowsy, but the sleep is only a light slumber.
After meals, quick pulse and palpitation.
After meals, quick pulse, with anguish and oppression of breath.
After dinner, intermission of the pulse.
Empty eructation after every meal, or in the open air.
Sour regurgitation of food.
Nausea, immediately after a meal, in repeated attacks, with heaviness of the head, and frequent bitter eructation, for two hours.
Waterbrash, almost every day, after meals, at times repeatedly.
Waterbrash, after pressure on the stomach, following on meals, then nausea, followed by vomiting, first of food and lastly of bile, with colic.
Pressure in the stomach, extending into the chest, for four and six hours after dinner, for a quarter of an hour.
After eating bread, eructation for 24 hours.
Empty eructation, from time to time.
Eructation, with scrapy heartburn.
In the left hypochondrium, straining, as from incarceration of flatus, in the afternoon.
Tension about the abdomen, as from flatulence, relieved by eructation.
Constant discomfort and dull pain in the hypogastrium, as from indigestion in the bowels, which often becomes noticeable by a short pressure or pinching, with a sensation of an arising flatulence, which goes off as fetid flatus (aft. 2 d.).
Colic, in the morning on awaking, as from spasmodically incarcerated flatulence, with tensive pressive pain, with severe itching about the genitals; after a brief sleep, it all went off, without emission of flatus (aft. 36 h.).
He is much tormented by flatulence, which inflates the abdomen.
Incarceration of flatus.
Much generation of flatus, and tension and stitches thence in the abdomen.
The flatulence moves about in the abdomen and its sides, without discharge; with it, heaviness of the head, roaring in the upper part of the head, humming before the ears, and stoppage of both nostrils.
Too frequent emission of flatus.
Sourish smelling flatus.
The flatus smells of rotten eggs.
After eating without appetite, nausea and a fit of cramp of the chest.
Nausea and qualmishness in the scrobiculus cordis, every morning from seven o'clock to noon.
Nausea, with burrowing in the scrobiculus, every morning at eight o'clock for two hours.
Nausea about noon, as from ravenous hunger.
Nausea, frequently at various times, not hindering from eating.
Nausea, as soon as she presses on the painful spot.
Inordinate nausea, after drinking a beverage she liked, so that she had to lie on the right side, by which it was ameliorated.
Colicky pains in the stomach, with nausea, in the morning on awaking.
Inclination to vomit, in the morning, for several minutes.
Inclination to vomit, with much hawking up of mucus, during the (customary) smoking of tobacco.
Inclination to vomit, with writhing and turning in the stomach.
Inclination to vomit, after breakfast (3d d.).
Retching with nausea, with entire exhaustion of the vital power, after the warm beverage at breakfast, which she liked; without vomiting.≡ more ...