Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Nat Mur in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Great relaxation of all physical and moral powers, after fatigue.
Excessive soreness and lassitude in limbs, esp. in morning, and when seated.
Great drowsiness during day, with frequent yawning.
Retarded sleep, and sleeplessness at night, with ineffectual efforts to go to sleep.
Difficulty in falling asleep again, at night, after awaking.
Difficulty in waking, and excessively drowsy lassitude early in morning.
Agitated sleep, full of vivid and lascivious dreams, with prolonged erections and pollutions.
Anxious, distressing dreams, with tears and talking during sleep.
Frightful dreams of quarrels, murders, fire, thieves, &c.
Dreams of thieves in the house, making so strong an impression that patient wakes up and cannot go to sleep again until the house has been searched; fantastic dreams.
Dreams of burning thirst; starts and talks in sleep and tosses about.
Dreams which still keep possession of the mind after waking, and which are believed to be realities.
Ebullition of blood at night, with anxious heat (perspiration, violent throbbing of the arteries) and palpitation of heart.
At night, pains in back, quivering, apparently of the nerves, frequent emission of urine, headache, colic, asthmatic sufferings, and great anguish of body.
Pressive drawing in limbs.
Rigidity of all joints, which crack when moved.
Contraction of tendons (muscles shortened).
Jerking in the muscles and limbs.
Jerking of r. side and head.
Tendency to dislocation, and to strain back.
Swelling of glands.
Fungus haematodes; polypus; hang-nails.
Fits of uneasiness, esp. in morning or evening, with nausea, weakness, deadly paleness in face, headache, numbness of limbs, want to lie down, &c.
Bad effects of a disappointment.
After fright, chorea.
After fit of passion, paralysis. The symptoms manifest themselves, are renewed, or agg., generally when lying down, and esp. at night, or in morning; and are amel. by rising up in bed.
The nocturnal pains suspend respiration, and occasion a sort of semi-lateral paralysis.
General ebullition of blood, with pulsation over whole body, on slightest movement.
Trembling of whole body, caused by tobacco smoking.
Congestion in head, chest, and stomach, with coldness of legs.
Obstruction from inactivity of the bowels.
Affections of the pit of the stomach; rectum; external belly.
Reddish urine; complaints after making water.
Uneasiness and inconvenience after prolonged speaking.
Heaviness and indolence, esp. after having risen in morning, with repugnance to movement and walking.
Hysterical debility; in morning in bed.
Alternate weakness and agility in limbs.
Great emaciation (more of body than face).
Tendency to take cold.
Inquietude in body, with shivering.≡ more ...