Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Nat Mur in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Cough from tickling in the throat.
Cough from tickling in the scrobiculus cordis, with intense asthma.
Rough, hoarse tussiculation.
Incitement to coughing from empty deglutition.
Incitement to coughing and tightness of the chest from speaking.
Cough which makes the boy quite breathless, day and night.
Evening-cough, after lying down in bed.
Cough, worse from 8 to 11 P.M.
Cough worse at night, than by day.
At night, retching and dry cough from tickling; none by day.
Cough violent, almost to vomiting, but not exhausting, for four weeks.
Cough, with vomiting of the ingesta.
Cough, with retching and vomiting, with expectoration of bloody mucus, which seems to come from a dry spot on the larynx.
Tussiculation, with rattling on the chest and some expectoration of mucus.
Cough, with expectoration, day and night.
Mucus on the chest, oppressing it; it is detached when walking in the open air.
Ill-tasting expectoration, in the morning, after coughing up some mucus, with sensation as if the chest were being torn open.
Purulent ejection, with cough, consisting almost always of only one impulse.
Coughing up of blood.
During cough, pain in the throat and in the chest.
During cough, pain in the cervical glands, and deep in the chest.
During coughing, a cutting pain in the left side of the chest.
During coughing, frequent sensation of soreness in the larynx and the windpipe.
During coughing, pain in the abdominal ring, extending into the testes, as if the seminal cords were being torn.
During coughing, the forehead feels as if it would burst.≡ more ...