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Natrum Muriaticum - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - Hering

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

Extremities, limbs

Weakness of the arms, heaviness; also of the knees and feet.

Sensation as if the limbs had gone to sleep.

Tingling in limbs, especially on tips of fingers and toes.

Cramps in the arms, hands and calves.

Limbs feel weak and as if bruised, worse in morning after rising.

Swelling of the right hand; also of the feet.

Cracking of joints on moving them; stiffness; arthritic swellings.

Upper extremities

Sensation of lameness and of a sprain in the shoulder-joint.

The finger-joints move with difficulty.

Involuntary movements of the hands.

Trembling of the hands when writing.

Skin of the hands, especially about nails, dry, cracked; hang-nails.

Warts in pains of hands.

Sweaty hands.

Lower extremities

Pains in hip as if sprained, with stitches.

Drawing pain in right thigh, extending to knee.

Tension in bends of limbs, painful contraction of the hamstrings.

Twitching of muscles of thighs.

Drawing pain in knees when sitting.

Stitches in left knee.

Pain as if the knees and ankles were sprained.

Tension in the calves.

Restlessness in the legs, must move them constantly.

Great heaviness of the legs; of the feet.

Herpes (in the bend of the knee).

Legs feel as if paralyzed, especially the ankles.

Legs hurt after least exertion; tarsal joints feel bruised.

Lame feeling of ankle-joint, while sitting or walking.

Veins of the feet distended.

Cramp-like stitching pain in right foot.

Feet emaciated.

Big toe red, with tearing and stinging on walking or standing.

Burning of the feet, or great coldness.

Suppressed sweat of the feet.

Stitching pains in the corns.

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