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Natrum Muriaticum - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - Clarke

Chloride Of Sodium, Nat. Mur, Nat-mur, Nat. M, Nat Mur, Natrium Muriatica, Natrum mur, Schuessler Tissue Salt, Cell Salts, Tissue Salts, Biochemic Tissue / Cell Salt Number # 9 / Nine, Natrium muriaticum, Nut mur, Not mur Nat-m.


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HPUS indication of Natrum Muriaticum: Sneezing
Natrum Muriaticum
Common symptoms: Sneezing, Colds, Exhaustion, Hay fever, Hives.

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

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EXTREMITIES, LIMBS

Upper extremities

Wrenching pains in joints of shoulders and fingers.

Lassitude and paralytic heaviness of arms.

Contusive pain in arms and hands, but esp. in shoulder-joints (sensation of lameness and of a sprain), which prevents arms from being elevated or moved.

Digging in arms.

Shocks in elbow.

Lancinations in muscles and joints of hands and fingers.

Brownish spots on back of hand.

Warts on palms.

Skin of hands dry and cracked, esp. round the nails.

Coldness of hands.

Cramp in arms, hands, finger and thumb.

Sweat on hands.

Difficulty in bending the joints of the fingers.

Numbness and tingling in the fingers.

Tingling in the hands (and feet), esp. on joints and tips of fingers and toes.

Trembling of hands when writing.

Swelling of r. hand.

Numerous flaws in the nails.

Hang-nails.

Whitish hives on arms and hands.

Panaritium.

Lower extremities

Wrenching pain in hips, with shootings.

Drawing pains in thighs, knees, and legs.

Restlessness and jerking in limbs (in legs, compelling one to move them constantly).

Paralytic weakness of legs, and esp. of joint of foot.

Pain as if knees and ankles were sprained.

Weakness and trembling of lower extremities, on rising from a seat, amel. from continued walking.

Jerking of muscles of thighs.

Tension in bends of limbs and sensation as if the tendons were shortened; painful contraction of tendons of ham.

Wrenching pain in joints of knee and foot.

Lassitude in knees and calves.

Cramps in lower legs and calves.

Tetters in hams.

Tension in legs and calves.

Great heaviness in legs and feet.

Burning in feet.

Swelling of feet.

Coldness of feet.

Pain as from ulceration in malleoli, when putting down foot, and on touching the parts.

Sensation as if limb had gone to sleep (feet, fingers).

Suppression of perspiration of feet.

Redness of great toe, with acute pullings and shootings, when walking, and after standing a long time.

Tetters on malleoli.

Corns on feet, with shooting and boring pains.

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