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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FEVER AND CHILL
Frequent, internal, shudderings.
Continued shivering and want of vital heat.
Chill predominates; chilliness internally, as from want of vital heat, with icy coldness of hands and feet (evening).
Continued chilliness from morning till noon.
Shivering, with and without thirst.
Shivering and shuddering, with drowsiness, followed by slight perspiration.
Flushes of heat and shivering alternately, with headache; chilliness over back and perspiration in axilla and on soles of feet.
Continuous heat in afternoon, with violent headache and unconsciousness; they are gradually amel. during the perspiration which follows.
Violent perspiration amel. the painful symptoms present during fever.
Debilitating, somewhat sour-smelling perspiration.
Chilliness with increasing headache in forehead every day at 9 a.m. until noon; afterwards heat with gradually increasing perspiration and thirst, the headache decreasing afterwards gradually.
Heat with burning thirst.
Dejection before fever.
Before shivering, headache; during shivering, short breathing, yawning, and desire to sleep.
During heat, violent headache, dizziness, cloudiness of eyes, vertigo, and redness of face.
In forenoon chilliness for three hours, with blue nails and chattering of teeth; this is followed by heat, lasting as long, accompanied by obscuration of sight, stitches in head much thirst, pains in back, followed by perspiration.
Typhus fever, with debility, dryness of tongue, and violent thirst.
The pulsations shake whole body.
Intermittent fever chilliness with great thirst; afterwards great heat with violent thirst and excessive headache; at last profuse perspiration.
Intermittent fevers after the abuse of Chininum Sulphuricum Chininum sulph. (agg. during hot stage).
During apyrexia stitches about the liver; languor; emaciation; fever blisters on lips.
Sweat in morning.
Profuse sweat, too easily excited by movement.
After the fever passes off the patient wishes to retain a recumbent position, does not "feel able" to get up or go about anything.≡ more ...