Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Nat Mur in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Face yellow; pale; livid; swollen; also wan, pasty.
Heat in the face.
Prosopalgia recurring periodically, especially after checked ague; face sallow; great thirst.
Cheek-bones pain as if bruised, when chewing.
One cheek (left) red (afternoon and night).
Skin of face shining, as if greasy.
Itching and eruption of the face (crusta lactea).
Ulcer on the (left) cheek.
Whiskers fall off.
Lips dry, cracked, with rhagades or bleeding scabs; humid sores in the commissures; upper lip swollen.
Crack in the middle of the lower lip.
Blisters like pearls about the mouth; especially in intermittent fevers.
Lips tingle, feel numb.
Eruptions and ulcers on the chin.
Submaxillary glands swollen.≡ more ...